Jaitley, observers say, crafted for himself an image of a liberal Hindu politician—who practiced Hindutva politics but never demonstrated its regressive side. The right-wing politics has lost one of its most powerful communicators in his demise
Except in case of an extreme exigency, the Registrar General of the Allahabad High Court has asked all the district judges and their judicial officers in Uttar Pradesh not to send cellphone messages to Chief Justice Govind Mathur
The media watchdog moved Supreme Court on Friday, challenging a petition filed by the Kashmir Times editor against ongoing communications blockade and restrictions on local journalists in the Valley
The Supreme Court also ordered the Uttar Pradesh government to extend the judge’s tenure within two weeks.
Journalist Priya Ramani on Friday narrated before a Delhi court details of her ordeal suffered at the hands of former editor and BJP leader MJ Akbar. The court will next hear the matter on September 7.
Supreme Court on Friday granted interim protection from arrest to the former Finance Minister in a case filed by the Enforcement Directorate. But he will remain in CBI custody till August 26
The apex court will soon examine the new law that criminalises the controversial Islamic practice which allows Muslim men to divorce their wives instantly
In a strong call to the Government of India, at least five United Nations independent rights expert on Thursday stressed on easing the ongoing restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir
Tharoor had allegedly said at an event in Thiruvananthapuram that the BJP would rewrite the Constitution and pave the way for creation of a “Hindu Pakistan” if voted to power again.
Court allows family members and lawyers to meet the Congress leader—a seven-time member of the Lok Sabha and currently a Rajya Sabha member—for 30 minutes every day till August 26.
Stressing that the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 undermines Articles 14, 15 and 21 of the Constitution of India, the petitioner has asked the apex court to declare the Act as unconstitutional.
If PM Imran Khan were genuinely concerned about defending freedom, then the persecution of Pakistan minorities would have stopped by now, the beleaguered activist tells Dhairya Maheshwari in a telephonic interview