Law

Deity at Qutub Minar survived for 800 yrs without worship, let it continue: Judge on Hindu plea

Responding to a plea to worship Hindu deities within the Qutub Minar complex in Delhi, the judge at the Saket court said that the deity had survived for 800 years without worship and would continue to do so.

Mumbai bus operator BEST seeks to dismiss Tata plea over disqualification

BEST has sought dismissal of a petition filed by TATA Motors which challenged the bus operator's decision to disqualify the company over the electric bus tender process.

Blot on legal profession: Supreme Court expresses concern over conduct of lawyers before judges

The Supreme Court expressed concern over the conduct of lawyers before judges and said such behaviour is a blot on legal profession.

Bombay High Court rejects plea by legislators housing body on polling booth for society elections

The Bombay High Court on Monday dismissed a petition filed by the legislators' housing body regarding a polling booth for society elections.

Kirit Somaiya’s wife files Rs 100 crore defamation suit against Sanjay Raut in Bombay High Court

BJP leader Kirit Somaiya's wife Medha Somaiya filed a criminal defamation complaint against Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut in a court in Mumbai following his allegations of Somaiya's being involved in a “toilet scam.”

Nigerian, acquitted in drugs case, found guilty of entering India illegally

A Nigerian national who was acquitted by a Mumbai court in a drugs case was found guilty of using a fake passport to enter India.

Evidence suggests Nawab Malik conspired with D-gang to usurp Kurla property, says court

The special court for PMLA in Mumbai has taken cognisance of the charge sheet filed by the ED against Maharashtra cabinet minister Nawab Malik and said that it has found "sufficient grounds for proceeding further with this case".

Gyanvapi case: What is Order VII, Rule 11 and what is now expected before Varanasi District Court

India Today explains what Order VII, Rule 11 is, and what to expect now in the Gyanvapi mosque suit proceedings before the Varanasi District Court.

Every breach of marriage is not false promise of marriage: Mumbai court acquits rape accused

A Mumbai court acquitted a rape accused on breach of promise of marriage, stating that the complainant was already married to someone else and without divorce she could not have married the accused anyway.

Queuing up to collect ration not against right to dignity and privacy: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court rejected the contention that to compel the beneficiaries to queue up to collect their allocated ration is in violation of their right to dignity and privacy.

Supreme Court lifts stay on Delhi High Court judgment upholding right to feed stray dogs

The Supreme Court has lifted the stay on a Delhi High Court decision upholding the right to feed stray dogs.

Supreme Court stresses on victims' rights while punishing Navjot Sidhu in road rage case

Here's what the Supreme Court said on a victim's rights while sentencing Navjot Singh Sidhu in a road rage case.

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