New Delhi, Apr 11:The Supreme Court today fined the West Bengal government of Rs 20 lakh for a shadow ban on political satire ‘Bhobishyoter Bhoot.’ The court said that free speech cannot be silenced for the fear of the mob.
Don’t want a film, don’t turn the pages of a book, dont hear what’s not music to the ears, but you cannot curb freedom of others, the court said.
New Delhi, Apr 03: The Supreme Court while cancelling the bail of Zahoor Ahmad Shah Watali, a Kashmiri businessman, in a terror funding case said that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has collected ample evidence to show linkages between the Hurriyat leaders of Jammu and Kashmir and terror organisations as also their activities to wage war against India.
The bail was granted by the Delhi High Court to Watali arrested by NIA for his alleged role in a terror-funding case involving Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed.
New Delhi, Mar 06: The Supreme Court has started hearing n Ayodhya case and would decide on whether the issue can be resolved through negotiation. At the start of the hearing, one of the Hindu petitioners tells the court that a public notice would have been issued before ordering for mediation.
New Delhi, Jan 30:The Centre on Tuesday filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking permission to return 67 acres of land it had acquired around the disputed land in Ayodhya to the original owners.