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Coronavirus: SC Tells States to Identify Prisoners Who Can be Released on Parole or Interim Bail

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Monday (March 23) held hearing on Suo Motu Writ Petition (Civil) No. 1/2020 pertaining to special measures to be taken with regard to safeguarding those in jails in wake of breakout of coronavirus in the Indian subcontinent. 

India: 2012 Delhi Gang Rape Convicts Hanged; Victim’s Mother says Justice Delivered

New Delhi: The four men convicted in the 2012 Delhi gang-rape and murder case were executed this morning. The Supreme Court of India, after a ...

BJP’s Biparvadi Agenda in Full Swing with Rajya Sabha Breth to Ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi

Amritsar: The Dal Khalsa maintained that the Narendra Modi led Hindutva government in Delhi has rewarded former Chief Justice with a berth in Parliament’s Upper ...

Bhim Army Chief Calls Bharat Bandh for February 23 Against SCI Ruling

Bhim Army chief Chandra Shekhar Aazad Rawan has called for "Bharat Bandh" (India Shutdown) on February 23.

Indian Supreme Court Grant Bail to 17 Convicts of Gujarat Massacre 2002

As per reports emanating from New Delhi, the Supreme Court of India (SCI) has granted bail to 17 convicts of Gujarat massacre 2002. Around two thousand persons belonging to the Muslim minority were massacred during genocidal violence in February 2002.

Indian Supreme Court Refuses to Stay Controversial CAA; Gives 4 Weeks to GoI to Respond

The Supreme Court of India today (Jan 22) refused to stay the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA). The court said that it won't stay CAA without hearing the Government of India (GoI)'s response. The court also hinted that it would set up a five-judge Constitution bench to hear the matter.

I Do Not Have Much Hope From Indian Supreme Court: Arundhati Roy on CAA and NRC

Internationally acclaimed author Arundhati Roy has said that she does not have much hope from Indian Supreme Court regarding controversial "Citizenship Amendment Act" (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC).

Indian Supreme Court Installs Status Quo Against Prof. Devender Pal Singh Bhullar’s Release

It is learnt that the Indian Supreme Court has installed status quo prohibiting premature release of Sikh political prisoner Prof. Devender Pal Singh Bhullar. The SCI has passed this order on a petition moved by Maninderjit Singh Bitta.

Ignorance of the Sikh Religion Shown by the India’s Supreme Court: GSC

Global Sikh Council (GSC) has expressed outrage at the judgement of the Indian Supreme Court issued on 10 November 2019. GSC says that the SCI judgement in some parts is seriously flawed, historically inaccurate and totally wrong on Sikh religion.

Sikh Commenters’ Response on Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir Ayodhya Verdict by Supreme Court of India [WATCH VIDEO]

A five judges bench of Supreme Court of India (SCI) on November 9, 2019 ordered that the disputed land in Ayodhya must be given to Hindus to construct Ram Temple. Listen to Sikh commenters' response.

Indian Supreme Court’s Full Judgement in Babri Masjid-Ayudhya Case

The five judges bench of Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Saturday (November 9) ordered that the disputed land in Ayodhya must be given to Hindus to construct Ram Temple.

Babri Masjid-Ayudhya Verdict: SCI Gives Disputed Land To Hindus; Tells Centre to Give ‘Alternative Land’ for Mosque

The five judges bench of Supreme Court of India (SCI) today ordered that the disputed land in Ayodhya must be given to Hindus to construct Ram Temple.

India’s Top Judge Defends Controversial NRC Which Could Leave Lakhs as ‘stateless’

Chief Justice of India (CJI) has come forward to the defence of controversial National Register of Citizenship (NRC).

SCI Defers Article 370 Kashmir Cases to Nov 14, Puts Embargo on Filing of Fresh Petitions

A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice N V Ramana allowed the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir administration to file counter-affidavits on petitions challenging scrapping of Article 370.

Jolt for BJP CM in Maharashtra: SCI Quashes Clean Chit in False Election Affidavit Case

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) today set aside the clean chits given by trial court and the Bombay high court to Maharashtra chief minister and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis in the case of filing alleged false election affidavit, thus paving the way for his trial.

Crimes Against Humanity In Punjab: Plea Filed in SCI Withdrawn With Liberty to Move High Court

The Public Interest Litigation filed in the Supreme Court seeking probe into alleged mass killings during the counter-insurgency period in Punjab has been withdrawn with liberty to move the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

Indian Supreme Court Grants Bail to 34 Convicts in 1984 Sikh Genocide Related Case

The Supreme Court of India today granted bail to 34 persons convicted in a case related to 1984 Sikh Genocide. The convicts were sentenced to five years imprisonment for "rioting and arson" during the 1984 Sikh genocide in Delhi's Trilokpuri area. The conviction and sentence by trial court was upheld by Delhi High Court. It is notable that genocide is not recognized as a crime in Indian law.

Crimes Against Humanity in Punjab: Petition Seeks Justice for 8527 Extra-Judicial Killings

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) concerning enforced disappearances and fake encounters of over 8,527 Punjabis, mostly Sikhs, has been filed in the Supreme Court of India (SCI) by the Punjab Documentation & Advocacy Project (PDAP).

Hardeep Singh Shera Likely to be Shifted to Tihar Jail Today

In pursuance of Supreme Court of India's order, it is expected that Hardeep Singh Shera - one the persons arrested and accused by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in various cases, will be shifted out of Punjab today.

In SCI Order Totally False Ground Forged to Transfer Jaggi & Others to Tihar Jail

When the defence lawyer of arrested Sikh youths – Jagtar Singh Jaggi, Ramandeep Singh Bagga and Hardeep Singh Shera & others, had alleged that the NIA had subverted the judicial and legal procedure to get the cases against 11 persons, including those aforesaid; transferred outside Punjab, it was merely an allegation.

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