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    1984 Anti Sikh Riots – Supreme Court refuse interim bail to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar

    The Supreme Court today refused to grant interim bail to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, who is sentenced to life imprisonment in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The top Court said it will hear his bail plea in summer vacations. A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde, also said it will consider medical report from the AIIMS on the health condition of Kumar after completing the hearing in the Sabarimala ...

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    CAA – Supreme Court declines stay

    New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Wednesday with three-member bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde declined to stay the implementation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and said “we will have to see whether the Act has to be stayed”. However, the top court has issued a notice to the centre asking to respond over 60 pleas challenging the constitutional validity of the new law, which grants citizens ...

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    Sabarimala – ‘We Are Not Passing Any Orders’ ……..CJI

    Even while agreeing that there was no stay of the judgment allowing entry of women of all age groups to Sabarimala temple, the Supreme Court on Friday chose not to pass protection orders for women seeking to visit the hilltop shrine of Lord Ayyappa. Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said that it was an "emotive issue", and that the Court would prefer to exercise its discretion to decline relief to prevent vio ...

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    2018 Sabarimala verdict not final – CJI

    In a significant remark on the controversial Women’s entry in Sabarimala temple, CJI SA Bobde on Thursday said last year’s judgment allowing entry of women of all age into the Kerala temple is “not the last word”. The Supreme Court made the remark on Thursday while hearing a petition moved by gender activist Bindu Ammini who was attacked last month when she tried to enter the Sabarimala temple along with ac ...

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    Sabarimala – Supreme Court honors review petitions filed against its judgment on Sabarimala; Refers them to a larger bench

    The Supreme Court delivered its verdict on the much awaited review petitions over its Sabarimala judgment last year. Honoring the petitions the 5-judge bench has referred the petition to a larger bench. The New Bench will comprise of 7 judges of the Supreme Court. The Sabarimala case was referred to the 7 member bench of the Supreme Court by a 3-2 verdict. The Supreme Court had reserved orders on review pet ...

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    CJI lauds the NRC – Slams armchair commentators who are against it

    New Delhi. The Chief Justice of India (CJI), Ranjan Gogoi, lauded the National Register of Citizens (NRC) by saying that it was a well intended exercise and a base document for the future. Surprisingly, the CJI came down heavily against armchair commentators for using social media to double speak on the issue. The Chief Justice was speaking during the book release of ‘Post-Colonial Assam’ authored by Mrinal ...

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    Haryana judge incites Muslims to shoot Hindu adversaries

    A letter written by a group of lawyers of the District Bar Association, Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, surfaced in which they alleged that the presiding judge, Fakhruddin while hearing a case which came up in his court, instigated Muslim petitioners against their Hindu adversaries by making hateful and violent comments against Hindus, reported Swarajya Magazine. The lawyers allege that the hearing of State vs Parv ...

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    Shun Colonial Mindset to Explore own Potential

    National Seminar in Imphal on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India’ Imphal. Intellectual Forum of North East, Dhanamanjuri University of Imphal, Department of Social work at Indira Gandhi National Tribal University and Centre for Manipur Studies of Manipur University, Canchipur, jointly organised a national seminar on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India, from February 2 to 3 at GP Wom ...

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    CJI Ranjan Gogoi Bans Leave On Working Days For Judges To Tackle Pending Cases

    New Delhi. In order to deal with a large number of cases pending in courts, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has declared that no judge can take leaves during working days of the courts. More than three crore cases are pending in courts across the country. He has asked the Chief Justices of High Courts to inform him about those individual judges who fail to follow the new set of orders. The Supreme Court ...

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