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Plea for the Status of Hindus, Niam Khasi, Niam Tynrai, and Songsarek to be heard by Meghalaya High Court

It also mentioned the poor facility of the state in endeavoring to eliminate inequality in status, facility, and opportunity under Article 38(2) of the Constitution. As per the latest update, the highest Court has dismissed the petition as withdrawn with liberty to approach the equivalent Court.  Status of Hindus, Niam Khasi, Niam Tynrai, Songsarek, Meghalaya High Court

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Immediately stop caste-based survey: Patna High Court to Bihar Government [Read Order]


Supreme Court Issues Notice to UP Govt in Muzaffarnagar School Slap Case


Supreme Court Rejects Plea for Cooling-Off Period for Retired Judges Taking Up Political Posts

Women can’t be denied job for not being married: Rajasthan High Court [Read Judgment]

Rajasthan High Court rules that denying a woman a job due to her marital status violates fundamental rights. Learn how the court quashed this discrimination.

Amicus curiae supports plea for permanent disqualification of convicted lawmakers [Read Report]

Explore the plea for permanent disqualification of convicted lawmakers in India. Discover why legal experts argue that limiting disqualification to six years is arbitrary and violates Article 14 of th...

Sanatan Dharma is a set of eternal duties, why should it be destroyed: Madras High Court [Read Order]

Explore the Madras High Court's perspective on 'Sanathana Dharma' as a set of 'eternal duties,' dispelling misconceptions about casteism and untouchability. Learn about the court's concern over a cont...

Indian-origin Singaporean gets two weeks in jail for breaching Covid-19 regulations

Indian-origin Singaporean sentenced to two weeks in jail for breaching Covid-19 regulations. Learn about Tamilselvam Ramaiya's actions and the legal consequences in Singapore during a Covid-19 surge.

Supreme Court Refers 1998 Narasimha Rao Case on MP’s Immunity from Prosecution to 7-Judge Bench

Supreme Court's 7-judge bench to reconsider the 1998 Narasimha Rao case, which granted immunity to MPs/MLAs from prosecution for bribery related to their parliamentary activities. Learn about the impl...




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