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SC to give verdict on Shariat laws' validity tomorrow

The Supreme court will tomorrow pronounce its verdict on the validity of Shariat laws. A bench comprising Justices Chandramauli Kumar Prasad and Pinaki Chandra Ghose shall decide the constitutional validity of Shariat courts. Petitioner Vishwas ..., 3 weeks ago

No legal sanction, but not illegal!

On July 7, the Supreme Court of India delivered a ruling which is more confusing than clear. It said that fatwas the Muslim religious leaders issue have no legal sanctity, but allowed the practice to continue because it is not illegal. It ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Muslims now see light in Supreme Court verdict on Sharia law  DNA2 weeks ago Fatwas not legal, says SC,  The Hindu3 weeks ago The skewed debate over the SC order on fatwas points to deep-seated bias and ignorance  DNA India3 weeks ago

SC dismisses PIL against Art 370

NEW DELHI, July 11 (Agencies): The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a PIL challenging special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 of the Constitution. A bench of Chief Justice R.M.Lodha, Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose and Justice ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago SC junks plea challenging validity of Article 370  Mangalorean2 weeks ago Supreme Court dismisses plea challenging validity of Article 370  NDTV2 weeks ago Supreme court junks plea challenging validity of Article 370  NewKerala.com2 weeks ago

Justice Nariman recuses himself from hearing BCCI matter

The Supreme Court Friday did not take up for hearing a letter by the BCCI's interim president incharge for IPL-7 Sunil Gavaskar as Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman recused himself from hearing the matter.As the matter was called for hearing before a bench of ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago
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160 MILLION MUSLIMS AFFECTED Shariah Courts In India Are Not Legal, Fatwas Not Binding: Supreme Court Rules

International Monitoring Desk NEW DELHI, July 8: In a landmark judgment pertaining to India's more than 160million Muslims, the Supreme Court ruled that Shariacourts run by clerics have no legal sanctity and that theirfatwas are not binding on ...
 Daily Messenger3 weeks ago Shariah Courts In India Are Not Legal, Fatwas Not Binding: Supreme Court Rules  Daily Messenger3 weeks ago 'The Fatwa Has No Legal Status In our Constitutional Scheme'  Outlook India3 weeks ago

SC narrows list of suspects in dowry deaths

The Supreme Court has held that only persons related to a husband by blood, marriage or adoption can be prosecuted for dowry death offences. In a ruling, a Bench of Justices C.K. Prasad and Pinaki Chandra Ghose said under Section 304-B of the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

City gets zonal NGT Bench

New bench will help adjudicate environment-related disputes statesman news service Kolkata, 24 May: The National Green Tribunal now has a permanent bench in the eastern zone. It was inaugurated today at the Finance Centre in New Town by two ...
 The Statesman2 months ago

Barbaric Bull-Baiting Banned in India

Indias Supreme court banned Wednesday the use of bulls for events like bull-baiting and racing, which animal-rights activists say subjects the animals to abuse. Bull-baiting is a form of bullfighting where hundreds of men chase after the animal ...
 Animals Australia2 months ago SC bans Tamil Nadu bull fights  Prokerala2 months ago SC bans Tamil Nadu bull fights, bullock cart races  Deccan Herald2 months ago

An end to cruelty of the worst kind

The Supreme Court's judgement on Jallikattu has extended the frontiers of animal welfare jurisprudence. It is a landmark verdict On May 7, Justices KS Radhakrishnan and Pinaki Chandra Ghose of the Supreme Court delivered a judgement which will go ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

SC prohibits use of bulls in 'Jallikattu'

The Supreme Court on Wednesday banned 'Jallikattu' and bullock-cart race organised in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra respectively saying that right to dignity and fair treatment was not confined to human beings alone, but to animals as well and such events caused ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago SC bans Jallikattu, bullock-cart races  Rediff.com2 months ago
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