Law & Justice

Legal advocacy restores citizenship for disabled man facing statelessness

Tajuddin Ali, a disabled man from Assam, was saved from becoming stateless with the help of CJP.

Kerala High Court bans RSS arms training in temple premises

The court’s orders follows a series of steps and circulars issued by the Travanore Devaswam Board around the activities in the Sarkara Devi temple in the Thiruvananthapuram district.

Gyanvapi, Mathura: Apex Court order not to entertain Mughal rulers’ ‘actions’ ignored

In the tapestry of India's history, certain events stand...

Supreme Court shields Editors Guild of India after multiple FIRs filed for Manipur Reportage

After multiple FIRs filed against the EGI for a fact-finding report conducted in Manipur last August Supreme Court's judgement comes as a relief for press freedoms in India.

Karnataka HC: ‘Humanistic approach to be adopted to ensure that convicts maintain connection with civil society’

Convict granted furlough of 7 days by HC to attend daughter’s Nikah, bench opines that conviction and imprisonment does not render the convict destitute of all liberty & dignity

Madras Bar Association urges return to original names of India’s criminal laws: Bharatiya Nyaya Samhita

In a resolution passed at the an extraordinary general body meeting of the Madras Bar Association, advocates have claimed that the names of the three newly introduced bills on criminal laws violates the spirit of the Constitution of India

The ‘Fascist BJP, Down’ slogan not an offence: Madras HC quashes FIR against academic

Five years ago, in 2018, research scholar Lois Sofia had raised the slogan at the Thoothukudi airport and in a flight which had Tamilisai Soundararajan, who is now governor of Telangana and Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry, and was then TN BJP chief.

SC transfers CBI cases related to Manipur violence to Assam, asks Gauhati HC CJI to choose trial judges

The Supreme Court on Friday said the trial in the Manipur violence cases being probed by the CBI will take place in neighbouring Assam and asked the Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court to nominate one or more judicial officers to deal with the matters.

Duty of GOI to ensure that innocent fishermen are not punished: SC

The perennial tragedy of innocent fishworkers from India and Pakistan, being punished and jailed, for no crime but that they, by virtue of their work, sometimes enter the other country’s water space, has not been effectively mitigated for decades; the SC however dismissed the petition since it involves another country outside its jurisdiction

A decade of suffering, unyielding pursuit of citizenship by Assam woman

Fulkumari Barman was declared a 'D' voter a decade ago. Since then, the mental trauma and difficulties have almost pushed her into hopelessness.

SC: “Right of every woman to make reproductive choices without undue interference from the state is central to the idea of human dignity”

Rape Survivor allowed termination of pregnancy by Supreme Court; apex court expresses dismay over denial of relief by the Gujarat HC, states forcing a woman to have a child conceived as a result of rape is against the constitutional philosophy set in India


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