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Is It No Names Please?

When BJP leader Subramanian Swamy tweeted last September, Jail for Jayalalitha. Her to govern is like giving a garland to a m*****...., the Tamil Nadu government filed a criminal defamation case against him. The offence can lead to imprisonment for ... Outlook India, 1 month ago
India Today

Govt withdraws security cover of Sushil Kumar Shinde's kin, Meira Kumar

Central government has withdrawn the security cover provided to the family members of ex-Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and former Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar. Sushil Kumar Shinde Eight family members of former Union Home ...
 India Today22 hours ago
Gulf News

Waiting for death

New Delhi: Minutes after the Supreme Court (SC) suspended the Rajasthan High Court's (HC) decision that said Sallekhana or Santhara — a ritual fast to the death — was akin to suicide and therefore punishable, an 82-year-old woman in Rajasthan ...
 Gulf News13 hours ago Supreme Court clears Justice Markandey Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  Economic Times1 month ago SC clears Justice Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  Mangalorean1 month ago Supreme Court clears Justice Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  5 Dariya News - English1 month ago
New Indian Express

Security Cover of Former Ministers, Meira Kumar Withdrawn by Centre

NEW DELHI: Eight family members of former Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, former Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar, two former Chief Justices of India are among more than 30 VIPs whose security cover have been withdrawn by the Central ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Home withdraws security cover to 30 VIPs, 8 of Shinde family in list  Indian Express1 day ago
Gulf News

Waiting for death: India's social evil

Santhara, the ritual fast to embrace death, back in the spotlight after court ruling A member of India's Jain community offers prayers during a protest in Mumbai, India on August 24, 2015. The Jains across India Monday protested against the recent ...
 Gulf News2 days ago SC permits Jain community to practice Santhara  Times of India3 days ago Supreme Court permits Jain community to practice Santhara  Times of India3 days ago
Malaysian Insider

Civil servants have right to join Bersih rally, say legal eagles

Public sector employees are free to do whatever they like during weekend off-days and public holidays and if they wish to attend the Bersih 4 rally this weekend, the government has no right to stop them, says a retired Federal Court judge. The ...
 Malaysian Insider1 week ago
India Today

Supreme Court mulls panel for Aurobindo ashram probe

The row dates back to 2001, when a female member and four of her sisters were expelled from the ashram for allegedly violating the rules, following which they leveled the allegations. The members moved the Supreme Court, which on December 18, 2014 ...
 India Today3 weeks ago
Times of India

Madras HC restores age bar for 3-year law course

CHENNAI: Paving the way for restoration of an upper age limit for the three-year Bachelor of Law (BL) course, the Madras high court has quashed Tamil Nadu Ambedkar Law University's admission notification which does not prescribe any age limit and ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Media Nama

Violation of privacy doesn't mean anything because privacy is not a guaranteed right GoI

There is no fundamental right to privacy, the Government of India represented by attorney general Mukul Rohatgi repeatedly told the three judge bench of the Supreme Court of India. The bench comprisedJustices Bobde, Chelameswar and Nagappan ...
 Media Nama4 weeks ago Citizens' right to privacy cannot be re-examined, SC told  Times of India1 month ago Stop Attacking Human Rights Defenders  Counter Currents1 month ago
India Today

Be ready for criticism, SC tells Katju over Parliament condemning him for Gandhi, Bose remarks

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday said that condemnation of Justice (retd.)Markandey Katju by Parliament for describing Mahatma Gandhi as a British agent and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose as a Japanese agent did not prima facie violate his right ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Parliament's condemnation doesn't …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Parliament's condemnation doesn't curtail Katju's rights: SC  ProKerala.com1 month ago Condemnation by parliament didn't violate your rights, SC tells Katju  India Today1 month ago
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