JAMIAT E ULAMA E HIND
CAA pleas: SC gives four weeks to Centre to respond, 5-judge Constitution bench to be set up
Hearing a batch of 143 petitions, an apex court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde issued notice to the Centre and restrained all high courts from hearing pleas on the CAA till it decides on the pleas. The bench, also comprising Justices S Abdul Nazeer and Sanjiv Khanna, said it will hear the petitions pertaining to Assam and Tripura.
SC issues notices on Centre's plea for transfer of anti-CAA pleas from different HCs to itself
A bench of Chief Justice S A Bobde and justice...
Country going through difficult times, says SC as it refuses urgent hearing on CAA
A bench headed by CJI Bobde expressed surprise over the pe...
Act's main aim is to break spirit of Muslims: Maulana Syed Arshad Madani
"Not everyone without a document of proof of residence or nationality is an infiltrator. He could have been born and raised here, just like his father. This is as much his land, as it is of those who are asking him for proof," said Madani.
Ayodhya SC verdict: Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind to not file review plea
Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind on Thursday passed a resolution stating it will not file a review petition against the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya ...
SC should have given 5 acres for temple elsewhere, says Jamiat Chief
The Supreme Court should have given the five acres of alternate land to the Hindu side to build a temple elsewhere and the verdict is completely opposite to what the evidence pointed to, Jamiat-e-Ulama-e-Hind president Syed Arshad Madani has told ET.
Ayodhya verdict: Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind to file review petition
Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has given its nod to proceed with a review petition challenging the Supreme Court verdict.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind files review plea against SC's Ayodhya verdict
The Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind filed a review petition against the Supreme Court's Ayodhya verdict on Monday. TIMES NOW accesses Jamiat Ulema-e-Hin...
Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind to file review plea against SC's Ayodhya verdict
The Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind will file a review petition against the Supreme Court's Ayodhya verdict on Monday afternoon, sources in the prominent Muslim body said.
Ahead of Ayodhya verdict, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind appeals for peace
New Delhi: Ahead of the Ayodhya title dispute case verdict, several prominent Muslim organisations have appealed to the government as well a...
Changes to Passport, Foreigners Acts still pending in top court
The government on September 8, 2015, changed passport and foreigners acts to allow non-Muslim refugees from Bangladesh and Pakistan to stay in India even if they had or hadn’t entered the country with valid papers.
Sacked from Ayodhya case, says Muslim parties' lawyer Rajeev Dhavan
"I have been informed that Mr Madani has indicated that I was removed from the case because I was unwell. This is total nonsense. He has a right to instruct his lawyer AOR Ejaz Maqbool to sack me which he did on instructions. But the reason being floated is malicious and untrue," senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan added on the social networking site.
Double standard to seek review of Ayodhya verdict, time to strengthen economy: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
The spiritual leader, who was part of the Supreme Court-appointed mediation panel in the Ayodhya case, said the matter would have been solved long back, had one side not been insistent on building a mosque at the disputed site. He hailed the apex court verdict as a "very good decision to resolve the long-standing dispute".
Pakistan's National Assembly passes bills to extend General Bajwa's tenure
General Qamar Javed Bajwa, a close confidant of PM Imaran Khan, was to retire on November 29 last year at the end of his three-year original term but Khan gave the 59-year-old Army chief another extension of same length citing regional security situation through a notification on August 19.
Petition doesn’t stand chance: VHP
Shia Waqf Board chairman Wasim Rizvi accused AIMPLB of trying to ‘instigate the Muslims’ and said AIMPLB had no locus-standi in the case. “They are just trying to disturb the atmosphere of harmony,” he said, adding most of the Muslims would not agree with AIMPLB’s decision.
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