The Supreme Court denied to pass any orders on a plea of two women seeking security to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, with Chief Justice SA Bobde saying that it was an “emotive” issue and that the court did not want it to become “explosive”.
The sole Kashmiri judge on the Article 370 bench of the Supreme Court, Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, on Thursday sought to know if any constitutional provision or even a Constitution could ever be a permanent structure.
Five review pleas filed were filed against the apex court's November 9 judgement. One petition was filed by the Muslims parties and one by a group of intellectuals. The Nirmohi Akhara, which was ousted as the sebait, or a caretaker, and instead given a single-member representation in any trust or body which would be set up to build a Ram temple at the site, had also filed a review of the ruling.
An apex court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde was hearing two public interest litigations seeking an independent probe into the deaths last week.
The top court, which was hearing a batch of petitions challenging the abrogation of the provisions of Article 370, also raised the point that if the decision rested with people then will it be a case of "referendum, concurrence or consultation".
Among the reviews listed for Thursday are five review pleas filed by the Muslims parties and one by a group of intellectuals. The Nirmohi Akhara, which was ousted as the sebait, or a caretaker, and instead given a single-member representation in any trust or body which would be set up to build a Ram temple at the site, has also sought a review of the ruling.
Former bureaucrat Shah Faesal & activist Shela Rashid contest government move on Jammu & Kashmir in apex court
A five-judge bench of the court led by Justice NV Ramana, began hearing arguments against the decision four months after it was done. The state has since been under a complete lockdown activists say, a charge the government has denied. The government insists that everything is normal in the state.
Visaka Industries filed the complaint after the company said it issued legal notices asking Google India to take down the write-up. Google then moved the Andhra High Court for quashing the proceedings, but did not get any relief. On Google’s appeal, SC stayed the proceedings till it had applied its mind to the issues involved.
Hindu Mahasabha and a group of intellectuals moved the Supreme Court on Monday seeking review of its verdict in the Ayodhya dispute for disparate reasons.
The order came after the Central Pollution Control Board recommended that the ban be eased as the air quality levels had shown some improvement. The air quality level is no longer “severe” and is now instead in the “poor” category, the CPCB affidavit said.
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