The Supreme Court on September 11, extended till September 15 its order asking the Manipur Police not to take any coercive steps against four members of the Editors Guild of India (EGI) in connection with two FIRs lodged against them for alleged offences, including promoting enmity between two communities. A bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud said the operation has been extended until the next hearing on September 15.
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The Delhi High Court issued notice to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on a plea moved by Delhi Minister Satyendar Jain, on September 26. The notice was in regard to the plea of Jain, against the transfer of proceedings in the money laundering case against him to a new judge. Seeking the probe agency`s reply in the matter, Justice Yogesh Khanna listed the further hearing for September 28.
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The Varanasi District court dismissed the petition filed by the Gyanvapi mosque committee, demanding rejection of the suit filed by women, seeking permission to worship the Hindu deities Shringar Gauri. The district judge AK Vishvesh said, the demand of the woman to worship inside the Gyanvapi mosque compound mosque is maintainable and adjourned to September 22. Women used to worship Shringar Gauri inside the mosque compound but were… read-more
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The Supreme Court is set to hear a batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019, on September 12. The petitions will be heard by a bench of the Chief Justice of India UU Lalit and Justice Ravindra Bhat. Notably, over 200 plea has been filed against the Government's CAA 2019 Bill, which assured citizenship to minorities refugees from Islamic Countries.
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