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'No religious events in Hindus' Paush month': PIL in Allahabad HC against Shri Ram Janmabhoomi's Pran Pratishtha ceremony
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'No religious events in Hindus' Paush month': PIL in Allahabad HC against Shri Ram Janmabhoomi's Pran Pratishtha ceremony

A PIL moved before Allahabad High Court has sought a ban on the upcoming Pran Pratishtha Mahotsav of the Shri Ram Lalla idol at Ayodhya's Shri Ram Janmabhoomi temple.

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Himachal Pradesh High Court Grant Bail to a Man Accused of Committing Unnatural Acts with Cow, Said that there is no Criminal History Depicting Pervert Mind [READ ORDER] Judiciary
Himachal Pradesh High Court Grant Bail to a Man Accused of Committing Unnatural Acts with Cow, Said that there is no Criminal History Depicting Pervert Mind [READ ORDER]

without commenting on the merits of the case at this stage of investigation and the period of detention he faced in jail, the Court after analyzing all things allowed bail to the accused person ( Jai Ram). Himachal Pradesh High Court, Grant Bail, Justice Anup Chitrakara

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