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Six BJP MPs Served Notice in RS Demanding Strict Action Against CAA Protesters

New Delhi: Six BJP MPs gave notice in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday demanding strict action against those protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) . They say that such demonstrations against the law passed by Parliament are illegal. There have been agitations against citizenship law in different parts of the country for almost two...

Another Hurdle in Bullet Train Project, Farmers NOT Ready to Sacrifice Land; Questions on Rupani Govt

More than 1,000 farmers are affected by the proposed Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train. Farmers have submitted affidavits earlier in Gujarat HC. Last year the HC has dismissed 100 petitions filed by farmers against the land acquisition process and insufficient compensation. The farmers are preparing to go to the SC saddened by the decision. Meanwhile, due to...

Yogi Adityanath Govt Allots 5 Acres of Land to Sunni Waqf Board Near Ayodhya

Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh approved 18 important decisions in the cabinet meeting held on Wednesday. The most important decision is that they allotted five acres of land in Ayodhya district to the Sunni Central Waqf Board as directed by the Supreme Court. The land is in Dhannipur village in tehsil Sohawal in Ayodhya...

Male Troops Won’t Accept Women for Commanding Posts in Army: Centre To SC

New Delhi: The Central Government has told the Supreme Court that women are not suitable for the commanding posts in the Army as compared to the male troops. The male troops are not even yet prepared to accept the women officers for the command posts. It was also argued that women won’t be able to...

AIMPLB Sworn in Supreme Court – ‘Women Free to go to Mosque’

New Delhi: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), in an affidavit to the Supreme Court, has said that there is no restriction on the entry of women into the mosque for prayers. Women can go to the mosque like everyone else and get all the facilities. The board declined to comment on the...

Nirbhaya Gangrape Case: SC Dismisses Plea of Convict Mukesh Kumar Against Rejection of Mercy Petition

The SC in Delhi gangrape case has rejected the plea filed by the convict Mukesh Kumar against the rejection of mercy petition and said that the expeditious disposal of a plea does not mean non-application of mind by the President of India. After the Supreme Court’s decision, the way for the hanging of the culprits...

Godhra Massacre: 17 Sardarpura Convicts Released on Bail by SC, Ordered to do Social and Spiritual Work

New Delhi/Gandhinagar: The Supreme Court has granted conditional bail to 17 people convicted and sentenced to life for the 2002 post-Godhra massacre in which 33 people were burnt alive in Sardarpura. The top court told the 14 people to do social service but ruled that they will have to stay out of Gujarat. Giving bail,...

If Someone is Going to be Hanged then Nothing is More Urgent Than This: SC on Nirbhaya Rape Convict’s Plea

Death row convict in the 2012 Nirbhaya murder and gang-rape case convict Mukesh Kumar Singh moved the Supreme Court seeking urgent hearing on his plea against dismissal of his mercy petition by the President. The Supreme Court on Monday said that “if somebody is going to be hanged, then nothing can be more urgent than...

SC Refuses To Stay on Citizenship Act, Court Gives Centre 4 Weeks to Respond

The Supreme Court on Wednesday made it clear that it will not grant any stay on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) without hearing the Centre and said it may refer pleas challenging the validity of the Act to a larger Constitution bench. A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde is hearing 143 petitions, mostly...

Nirbhaya Gang Rape Case: SC Dismisses Plea of ​​Convict Pawan, Refuses to Accept claim of Being Minor

The plea of ​​Pawan, convicted in Nirbhaya gang rape case has been rejected by Supreme Court. Pawan’s lawyer AP Singh referred to the school living certificate of Gayatri Bal Samskarashala in court. The original certificate is in Hindi and was acquired after conviction in 2017. AP Singh said that the police had deliberately hidden information...

Nibhaya Case: Convict ​​Pawan Gupta Moves to SC Against HC Order

The Supreme Court will hear the plea of ​​Pawan Gupta one of the convict in Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case on January 20. Accused Pawan challenged the decision of Delhi High Court’s to dismiss his plea claiming that he was juvenile when he and his friends had committed a crime. Delhi HC dismissed the plea...

SC Refuses Plea Seeking Bharat Ratna for Mahatma Gandhi, Says ‘He is much higher than Bharat Ratna’

The Supreme Court Friday refused to entertain a petition seeking to confer Bharat Ratna on Mahatma Gandhi, and instead asked the petitioner to make a representation before the central government. Chief Justice Bobde said, “He is much higher than the Bharat Ratna. He is held in much greater esteem by the people… what is the...