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SC expunges all its adverse comments against lawyer, made during Aug 25 hearing

SC has expunged the remarks made against an advocate by the court during a virtual hearing on August 25. The court had commented that the advocate had refused to open his mouth during virtual court hearing, because he was waiting for his senior and that he was taking advantage of a non-physical hearing.

FIR against lady doc for Facebook posts will not be quashed, says Allahabad HC

The Allahabad High Court has refused to quash an FIR lodged against a lady doctor, Dr Imrana Khan, saying that freedom of speech cannot be extended to such an extent where it may be prejudicial to national interest.

Allahabad HC grants interim bail to Gayatri Prajapati

The Allahabad High Court has granted two months' interim bail to former Uttar Pradesh minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati on medical grounds. Prajapati has been held and is on trial in connection with a gang rape case.

Patiala House court stays publication of book on Asaram Bapu

Delhi Court has stayed the publication of a book titled ‘Gunning for the Godman: The story behind Asaram Bapu’s conviction.’

Murder of the Media

The most disturbing element in the Sushant Rajput suicide case is how the media in general has discarded all norms of ethics, decency and objectivity by its sensationalism and biased coverage. It paints a grim picture for the future of the Indian news space.

Politics of Death

On June 14, the death of a promising actor sent shock­waves throughout India, especially in tinsel town. The media splashed headlines which depicted a life cut short prematurely of a star who blazed in the firmament briefly.

Plea in SC seeking CBI probe into alleged franchise scam

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court of India seeking direction for the CBI to investigate money laundering, Benami transactions, black money hoarding, fraud including corporate fraud, cheating, mischief, etc. by directors, partners, and beneficiaries of the Westland Trade Private Limited.

Everybody liable for sorry state of ad hoc teachers: SC

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has observed that the lecturers and trained graduate teachers (TGT) being made to work without regularisation for years is complete ad hoc-ism in the working of the education system.

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