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'Human mind, an enigma,' SC sets aside conviction of man for abetment to suicide [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court Overturns Conviction in Suicide Abetment Case, Cites Lack of Evidence and Highlights Complexity of Human Mind.

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Supreme Court to Review Plea Against Maharashtra Speaker's Decision on Mar 7

SC to hear plea on Mar 7 against Maharashtra Speaker's decision rejecting disqualification of CM Shinde, alleging violation of constitutional norms.

Thripunithura Temple Blast case: Kerala HC to hear plea seeking assessment of damages, compensation

the Kerala High Court to hear plea filed by victims of an explosion in a temple in Thripunithura near NSS Karayogam ground.

Cordelia Cruise Case: Delhi HC Affirms Sameer Wankhede's Right to Personal Hearing [Read Order]

Delhi High Court supports Sameer Wankhede's right to a personal hearing before any action in the Cordelia Cruise drug case.

SC acquits man in abetment to suicide of wife after 30-year ordeal [Read Order]

Supreme Court acquits a man in a wife's suicide case after 30 years, stressing careful legal scrutiny and evidence in abetment cases.

'Can't be automatic vacation of stay after 6 months,' SC overrules 2018 judgment

Supreme Court reverses 2018 ruling on automatic stay order expiry after 6 months, emphasizing judicial discretion over fixed timelines.

SC to deliver judgment on Feb 29 on automatic vacation of stay [Read Judgment]

SC to rule on Feb 29 about lifting stays in cases after 6 months, revisiting its 2018 verdict amid concerns over justice and law.

Competing public interest should be considered while granting parole: Karnataka HC rejects serial killer’s parole plea [Read Order]

The Karnataka HC observed that while granting parole or furlough, other competing public interest should be considered.

"Charity begins at home": Delhi HC directs Sikh Gurudwara Committee to pay salaries & arrears of its 12 schools' staff

Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee to pay salaries and arrears of its 12 schools' staff.

'Non discriminatory,' SC rejects plea against rules debarring candidates with more than 2 children [Read Order]

SC upholds Rajasthan's rule barring candidates with less than 2 children from public jobs as non-discriminatory, dismissing ex-serviceman's plea.

SC upholds quashing of FIR in case of recovery of cow meat [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court upholds quashing of FIR in cow meat case, citing illegal evidence collection. Highlights legal scrutiny of procedural errors.

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