Supreme Court

New Delhi: Hindu Mahasabha president Kamlesh Tiwari who has been jailed under the National Security Act for some comment on prophet Mohammed was provided  no relief  on Friday by the Supreme Court where he had moved a  bail petition after the same was rejected by the High Court. He can draw some relief  from the …

Mumbai: Defying the Supreme Court’s order of not exceeding the height of Pyramid more than 20 feet, various politically-backed organisations here on Thursday celebrated the Dahi Handi event with complete zeal and launched a protest against the apex court directives by wearing black bands. What police said? Mumbai Police spokesperson Ashok Dudhe said that celebrations …

Another convict of the Delhi gangrape, Ram Singh, had committed suicide in year 2013. He was one of the six men who were convicted for the crime. Singh was driving bus in which the girl was killed. “Last year, in 2015, Sharma had demanded more security inside the jail alleging that he was being assaulted by other inmates

New Delhi:  The Supreme Court which is hearing defamation case against Congress Vice-president Rahul Gandhi may provide relief to him in view of  a fresh affidavit  filed in this connection. In the affidavit he has claimed   that he had not held the RSS responsible for the murder of the  father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. …

Condemning Jayalalitha’s action, the SC has issued a notice to the Tamil Nadu state government for alleged misuse of the defamation law. The SC has also directed other states to exercise caution while filing defamation reports against individuals

Shabnam had sent two separate mercy petitions—one to the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee and another to then then Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Ram Naik—in June 2015. In the mercy petitions, she claimed innocence and alleged that her family members were murdered over a property dispute, said the jail superintendent Verma

New Delhi: Bulandshahr rape victim on Saturday moved a plea in the Supreme Court seeking an FIR against Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister Azam Khan for his objectionable remark post the incident. Khan had earlier said that some opposition parties may be involved in the gang-rape of woman and her teen daughter at NH-91 Highway on …

New Delhi: In a sweeping remark on the Centre, the Supreme Court on Friday accused it of bringing the judiciary to a standstill by not filling up 478 vacancies in different High Courts of the country. Making rather hard-hitting observation and seeking explanation from the Government during arguments on  a PIL filed by Lt Col Anil Kabotra …