Sexual Harassment At Workplace Is An Affront to Women's Fundamental Rights: SC
Television channels in India are creating divisions in the society since such channels are driven by agenda and compete to sensationalise news and act as per the dictates of their funders, the Supreme Court said on Friday.
Dismissed Police Inspector Sachin Waze Seeks Default Bail under CRPC 167(2)
Supreme Court's dictum of bail as 'rule' and jail as 'exception' flouted Justice Madan B. Lokur pointed at the deed while saying Father Swamy’s death was 'very unfortunate and tragic'
Delhi riots: Court fines police for 'callous and farcical' investigation The latest order came in a case involving Mohammed Nasir, who lost his left eye after suffering a gunshot injury during the riots
Death Penalty : Executions In India Post-2000 Before Nirbhaya Case