Answer every question raised on restrictions imposed in Kashmir: SC to J&K
The Supreme Court told the J&K administration that it will have to respond to each and every question raised on the restrictions imposed in the erstwhile state after the abrogation of Article 370. The SC told Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that petitioners challenging the restrictions have argued in detail and he will have to answer all questions.
Detained under PSA, Abdullah nominated on key defence panel
The name of the 81-year-old former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdull...
Parliamentary panel to review J&K & Ladakh situation tomorrow
The parliamentary panel will seek to know the exact number of detentions, house...
MDMK's Vaiko files habeas corpus petition in Supreme Court for Farooq Abdullah
Vaiko, also a Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament, sought direction from the Court to grant Farooq Abdullah liberty to attend a conference in Chennai.
Chandrachud vs Chandrachud: SC judge confident his father would have concurred on ADM Jabalpur verdict
Chandrachud Jr, while overruling the 1976 verdict, termed the earlier verdict as being 'seriously flawed'.
House panel raises questions on Jammu & Kashmir situation, NRC aftermath in Assam
Members demand info on functioning of educational institutes, relief provided to youth, email restrictions.
SC notice to Centre, J&K on plea for producing Farooq Abdullah
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has sought a response to the plea by Vaiko, in which he sought that National Conference Leader Adbullah be allowed to attend an event in Chennai.
Sitaram Yechury submits report on Kashmir visit in Supreme Court
The apex court had permitted Yechury to go meet Tarigami, a four-time former MLA, after he filed a habeas corpus petition.
New roster in Supreme Court: Top five judges to hear PIL matters
Earlier, fresh PIL matters were notified to be heard only by the CJI and the second senior-most judge after the CJI.
Manipur HC orders release of journalist arrested under NSA
Manipur High court has ordered the release of television journalist Kishore Chandra Wangkhem who was arrested under NSA.
Pakistan court tells government to send Indian national Hamid Nihal Ansari home within one month
After knowing the legal position, the court directed the ministry to make all the arrangements within a month for releasing and deportation of the prisoner.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says will take up case of Indian prisoner
Hamid Nehal Ansari was arrested in Pakistan in 2012. He is currently lodged in the Peshawar Central Prison after being sentenced by a military court to three years' imprisonment.
Delhi High Court directs interim release of Bhushan Steel's erstwhile promoter Neeraj Singal
A habeas corpus petition, filed through advocates Ranjana Roy Gawai, Arshdeep Singh and Hemant Shah, has also challenged certain provisions of the Companies Act on grant of bail to persons arrested under the Act.
PSA against 26 people in Jammu & Kashmir revoked
These people were picked up and booked under the PSA after the Centre's decision on August 5 last year to revoke special status of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcate it into two union territories.
High Court defers Hardik Patel's habeas corpus hearing till Friday
He surfaced on September 23 and claimed a person who looked like a policeman abducted him and warned him to stop the agitation.
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