SC points discover on petition towards net sequence ‘Mirzapur’

THE SUPREME Court on Thursday issued a discover to Amazon Prime Video and Excel Entertainment, the makers of ‘Mirzapur’, on a plea in search of a ban on the second season of the online sequence on the bottom that it “has completely tarnished the historical and cultural image of the city/district”. The petition additionally sought… Continue reading SC points discover on petition towards net sequence ‘Mirzapur’

SC-appointed panel on farm legal guidelines to carry first assembly on Jan 19

The Supreme Court-appointed committee on the three new farm legal guidelines is scheduled to carry its first assembly on January 19 at Pusa campus right here, its member Anil Ghanwat mentioned on Sunday. The Supreme Court had on January 11 stayed the implementation of the three legal guidelines, towards which farmers are protesting at Delhi… Continue reading SC-appointed panel on farm legal guidelines to carry first assembly on Jan 19

As new elections loom, Israel’s Supreme Court deliberates Nationality Law

Dec 28, 2020 It was not enterprise as typical within the Supreme Court Dec. 22. In reality, it was one of the uncommon instances ever taken on by the court docket. At the middle of the listening to was the Nationality Law, handed by the Knesset simply two years in the past after years of… Continue reading As new elections loom, Israel’s Supreme Court deliberates Nationality Law

Right of being represented by way of lawyer is a part of due course of clause, says SC

Right of being represented by way of a lawyer is a part of “due process clause”, the Supreme Court has stated whereas setting apart the Allahabad High Court order which had dismissed an attraction filed by a person in a 1987 homicide case noting that his counsel had not appeared through the listening to. The… Continue reading Right of being represented by way of lawyer is a part of due course of clause, says SC

Kerala govt strikes SC in opposition to HC order growing variety of pilgrims to Sabarimala temple

By: PTI | New Delhi | December 24, 2020 1:15:21 pm “Increase in the number of pilgrims will put police personnel and officials of the health department in great strain and difficulty in controlling the pilgrims of this magnitude,” Kerala authorities mentioned. (File) The Kerala authorities has moved the Supreme Court difficult the state excessive… Continue reading Kerala govt strikes SC in opposition to HC order growing variety of pilgrims to Sabarimala temple

Ensure CCTVs in each police station, SC tells states, UTs

Written by Ananthakrishnan G | New Delhi | December 3, 2020 3:49:12 am The Supreme Court had within the D Okay Basu vs State of West Bengal case of 2015 directed that CCTVs be put in in all police stations and prisons to verify human rights abuses. The Supreme Court on Wednesday requested States and… Continue reading Ensure CCTVs in each police station, SC tells states, UTs

Trump says will not ‘change my mind’ on election fraud claims

In the first TV interview since losing his re-election bid, President Donald Trump indicated Sunday that he will never concede to Joe Biden and abandon his conspiracy theory about mass ballot fraud. “It’s not like you’re gonna change my mind. My mind will not change in six months,” Trump told Fox News interviewer Maria Bartiromo.… Continue reading Trump says will not ‘change my mind’ on election fraud claims

Article 140A: MQM, PTI summoned for petition hearings against PPP

The Supreme Court has agreed to the hearing of former Karachi mayor and member MQM’s petition to the court about his limited powers today at Islamabad. SC to take up pleas against Sindh LG law on Oct 26 The Supreme Court had fixed October 26 for hearing both the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and the Muttahida Qaumi… Continue reading Article 140A: MQM, PTI summoned for petition hearings against PPP

Justice Isa: Should judges be required by law to declare their assets?

No law requires judges to disclose family assets, SC informed Justice Isa revealing his and his family’s assets came as a surprise, for only 6 months prior, counsel for Isa, Babar Sattar had declared that “there is no such legal obligation on judges to disclose their family members’ properties.” The Supreme Court judge, Justice Qazi… Continue reading Justice Isa: Should judges be required by law to declare their assets?

Action against Shehbaz family quickens in wake of SC orders

An accountability court has rejected a plea of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), seeking the physical remand of PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif in the money laundering case and started proceedings to declare his daughter a fugitive. Shehbaz sent to jail on judicial remand “There is no justification for extending the physical remand of Shehbaz,” a… Continue reading Action against Shehbaz family quickens in wake of SC orders