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Rhea's case has lost steam: Lawyer after Supreme Court order

30 Oct 2020

Rhea's case has lost steam: Lawyer after Supreme Court order

Actor Rhea Chakraborty's lawyer Satish Maneshinde has said that the drugs case against her has weakened after the Supreme Court's order on Thursday.

Right to know: SC, Center want live-streaming of court proceedings

09 Jul 2018

Right to know: SC, Center want live-streaming of court proceedings

In a significant move towards transparency, both the Center and the Supreme Court (SC) today favored live-streaming of court proceedings.

#StayInLove: 5 websites where you can find couple-friendly hotels

03 Jun 2018

#StayInLove: 5 websites where you can find couple-friendly hotels

All the moral and actual policing might make you think that staying in a hotel room in India is illegal, if you are unmarried.

HC denies relief to pregnant DU-student, prohibited from taking exams

22 May 2018

HC denies relief to pregnant DU-student, prohibited from taking exams

A pregnant law student of Delhi University, who was barred from appearing for examination owing to short attendance, was denied relief by the High Court on Monday.

'Love-jihad': After long battle, Shafin-Hadiya win case, SC upholds marriage

08 Mar 2018

'Love-jihad': After long battle, Shafin-Hadiya win case, SC upholds marriage

In a major win for individual rights, the SC has upheld the controversial marriage of Shafin and Hadiya, Kerala's "love jihad" couple, setting aside an annulment by the HC.

Privacy is a fundamental right: What will change now?

24 Aug 2017

Privacy is a fundamental right: What will change now?

The SC has had two momentous days. Yesterday, it struck down the practice of triple talaq, marking a milestone in the fight for women's rights.

Privacy is a fundamental right, rules Supreme Court

24 Aug 2017

Privacy is a fundamental right, rules Supreme Court

In a landmark judgement, the SC has ruled that the right to privacy is a fundamental right.

Supreme Court: Yoga isn't a fundamental right

08 Aug 2017

Supreme Court: Yoga isn't a fundamental right

Although yoga has been deemed as an integral part of the curriculum of 'Health and Physical Education', the Supreme Court, while replying to a plea, said it can't decide what the educational institutes should teach.

Internet shutdown in Kashmir- No one knows who ordered it

03 Jun 2017

Internet shutdown in Kashmir- No one knows who ordered it

An RTI query by Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) revealed that the internet ban in Kashmir was not ordered by official authorities.