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SCI Dismisses NIA’s Appeal Against Bail to Jagtar Singh Jaggi Johal

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) today dismissed appeal field by National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India against bail granted to Scottish national Jagtar Singh alias Jaggi Johal.

Sikh Group Dal Khalsa hails Supreme Court for Re-Articulating that Dissent isn’t Sedition

Pro-freedom Sikh organization Dal Khalsa on Thursday hailed the Supreme Court for repteadly clarifying that dissent isn't sedition, hence setting the record straight.

Details and Analysis of Indian Supreme Court’s Order to Stay New Farm Laws & Constitute A Committee

Sikh Siyasat editor Parmjeet Singh presents brief details and analyses Indian Supreme Court's 12 January 2021 order to stay new farm laws and constitute a committee to make recommendations with regard to new farm laws.

Exclusive: Latest Update on Jagtar Singh Jaggi & Others Case; Talk with Advo. Jaspal Singh Manjhpur

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) has dismissed a review petition against jail transfer of Scottish citizen Jagtar Singh alias Jaggi Johal and others.

“Reconstruct Ravidas Temple at same location”: Hundreds of Sikhs warn Delhi government

The organizers of the protest were categorically clear that like Sikhs and Kashmiris, the Dalits were also facing identity crisis. Like Sikhs, the identity of Kashmiris and Dalits were under attack by neo-nationalists having field day under Modi regime.

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.

SCI Seeks Status of Sajjan Kumar Trial in 1984 Sikh Genocide Related Cases

The Supreme Court of India (SCI) on Monday (April 8) sought the status from Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on the ongoing trail of Sajjan Kumar in 1984 Sikh genocide related cases.

In Touch With Punjab and Haryana Govts. over SYL Canal Issue: says Nitin Gadkari

Chandigarh: There are reports in the media that the Centre is in touch with Punjab and Haryana governments over controversial Satluj Yamuna Link canal issue. ...

SYL Issue: Centre Sends Inspection Team, Badal Clueless

Whereas ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) and BJP were busy with the ‘Pani Bachao, Punjab Bachao’ rally in Moga on chief minister Parkash Singh Badal’s birthday on Thursday

Justice JS Khehar to be Next Chief Justice of India

Justice JS Khehar, who is know for heading five-judge bench that quashed the controversial National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act,

SYL Issue: SC Judge Distance Himself From Hearing Plea

According to the latest development related to the controvertial Satluj Yammuna Link Issue a Supreme Court judge on Monday recused himself from hearing a batch of pleas,

Whether inclusion of Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists under exclusive Hindu Code enactments violate Freedom of Religion: SCI

New Delhi/Ludhiana, India/Punjab (November 13, 2012): According to media reports the Supreme Court of India (SCI) has entertained the petition, that may be called “the Sikh identity” petition as it seeks judicial intervention against clubbing of Sikh identity with Hindus through provisions of Indian Constitution and definition of Hindu in Hindu Personal Law code.

SCI’s decision would impose blind impunity zone in Punjab: SSF

Patiala (December 08, 2011): Sikh Students Federation has raised it’s grave concern over Supreme Court of India’s decision in the case of enforced disappearance of three relatives of Professor Devender Pal Singh Bhullar and has term the decision as most unfortunate. Supreme Court yesterday set aside the Punjab and Haryana High Court order directing CBI inquiry into the matter, on mere ethical ground that High Court judge ordering the inquiry had certain reason for prejudice against one of the accused police officer.

Two decades of impunity: SCI set aside CBI probe against police officers accused of practising enforced disappearances

New Delhi, India (December 07, 2011): The Supreme Court of India today quashed a Punjab and Haryana High Court order directing the CBI to investigate the enforced disappearance of three innocent Sikhs, including son of a former IAS officer and the father and uncle of Devinder Pal Singh Bhullar, in 1991.

Pre-Trial stay in Professor Bhullar’s relatives’ disappearance case: SCI may pronounce decision on 7 December

New Delhi, India (December 06, 2011): Supreme Court of India may pronounce it's decision in case related to killing of father, uncle and friend of Professor Devender Pal Singh Bhullar. Senior Police officers, including IPS (Indian Police Services) officers are facing the charge. Professor Bhullar's father, uncle and friend were abducted by Punjab Police in 1991 and were never heard upon thereafter, a CBI investigation, carried under the directions of Punjab and Haryana High Court in 2008, has revealed.