Shaheen Bagh: Right to protest doesn’t mean people can occupy public places says SC

New Delhi, Oct 07: The Supreme Court in the Shaheen Bagh case has said that right to peaceful protest must be respected but it does not mean that people should occupy public places which cause inconvenience to a large number of people.

Agitating people should not adopt means and modes of protest that was used against colonial rulers during the struggle for independence the court also said.

Demonstrations which cause inconvenience to a large number of people and violate their rights is not permissible under the law, the court further added. 

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Migrants have been taken care of, no cause for concern, MHA tells Supreme Court

migrants-1aNew Delhi, Apr 27: The Ministry of Home Affairs has told the Supreme Court that it is personally supervising all the directives and also added that the migrants cannot be moved during the lockdown.

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UNHRC plea in Supreme Court: A sinister design aimed at the balkanisation of India

michelle-bacheletWhile the former Chilean president, Michelle Bachelet, aims to interfere with India’s internal matter, CAA, which does not violate any human rights law, the UNHRC chief seems to have forgotten the human rights issues in her country.

Bengaluru: The United Nations Human Rights Council chief, Michelle Bachelet, was at it again. Under her direction, the UN rights panel has sought to intervene as the amicus curiae to assist the Supreme Court in adjudicating the constitutional validity of the newly amended citizenship law.

It may be recalled that in September 2019 she had raked the issue of communication blockage in Jammu and Kashmir. This, despite India raising severe security concerns and also saying that the issue relating to Jammu and Kashmir and Article 370 were entirely India’s internal matters.

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2019: When Supreme Court shut the Rafale controversy

Rafales-at-a-IAF-baseNew Delhi, Dec 14: It was probably one of the most important defence deals and an extremely crucial one for the Indian Air Force.

In December 2018, the Supreme Court had rejected petitions that sought a court-monitored probe into the purchase of Rafale jets. The issue was debated in Parliament and after the SC rejected the petitions, a review petition was filed, which was heard in open court.

Varavara Rao, others were part of banned CPI (Maoists), could have caused chaos

img_0134-1New Delhi, Sep 5: The arrest of the five activists, alleged to be close to naxalites was not based on a dissenting view or difference in their political views and ideologies, the Maharashtra government said in its response to the Supreme Court.

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SC quotes Spiderman, while sentencing 9 Maharashtra cops to 7 years in jail

New Delhi, Sep 5: With great power comes great responsibility, the famous Spiderman line was quoted by the Supreme Court of India while sentencing 9 Maharashtra policemen in connection with a case of custodial death.

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CJI is master of roaster and this is a well settled convention

sc-judges1It was a black day in the history of the judiciary. Four top judges of the Supreme Court decided to come out in the open and accuse the Chief Justice of India on the manner in which matters are being allocated before some Benches.

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Big day in SC: From Aadhaar to Love Jihad and Article 35 A

supremeFrom Article 35 A to Love Jihad. The Supreme Court will hear a host of important cases today. A bench led by Justice AK Sikri will also hear the West Bengal government’s petition against the Centre’s move to make Aadhaar, a 12-digit unique identification number for citizens, mandatory to get social welfare benefits.

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Right to Privacy is a fundamental right rules Supreme Court

supremeThe Supreme Court on Thursday held that Right to Privacy is a fundamental right. The verdict was delivered by a nine judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court headed by the Chief Justice of India, J S Khehar. The Bench in a unanimous decision held that right to privacy is a fundamental right.

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Right to privacy declared fundamental right: How it affects common man

righttoprivacy1The Supreme Court on Thursday held that Right to Privacy is a fundamental right. The verdict was delivered by a nine judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court headed by the Chief Justice of India, J S Khehar. The Bench in a unanimous decision held that right to privacy is a fundamental right.

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