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Referring to tenets of Mohammandan law, the Kerala High Court has ruled that Muslim father can act as the legal guardian of his minor daughter so as to alienate immovable property. The ruling was given by dismissing the appeal suit of a Muslim daughter who had sought for partition of property, ignoring the alienation effected by
The petitioner in the case, a politician, was accused of murdering his political opponent. Politics have become criminals’ paradise, remarked Justice SK Sahoo of Orissa High Court recently while dismissing a bail application filed by a politician. The court further remarked: “Criminals have built up their nest in politics by virtue of money and muscle power.
The Supreme Court has set up a medical board comprising doctors from the AIIMS to ascertain the health condition of a 28-week-old foetus and the pregnant woman who wanted to abort it on the ground of abnormality. A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud asked the
The Supreme Court has ruled that using casteist remarks over phone in a public place against the SC/ST category amount to criminal Offence warrantin The top court refused to stay the criminal proceedings and quash an FIR lodged against a person, who allegedly used expletive and derogatory casteist remarks over phone to a woman belonging
The Supreme Court has refused to stay the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati. Since the CBFC is yet to clear the film, the top court said it will amount to ‘prejudgement’ if the release is stalled now. Earlier today, lashing out at Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, Ms Azmi in a press statement said Ms
In 2006, a five-judge Constitution Bench had ruled that the state was not bound to provide reservation for SCs/STs in promotions. Whether its 2006 judgment on the reservation for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in promotions needs to be revisited, Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court is going to examine that. The matter was referred to
The directions were issued while NGT was hearing a plea filed by activist Gauri Maulekhi seeking to remove horses and mules from the path to the shrine, saying it was dangerous for pedestrians, especially senior citizens. The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) order directing opening of a new path to
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