No Second Hearing Once A Person Is Declared Citizen: Gauhati High Court

May 6, 2022

The Foreigners' Tribunal bench of Gauhati High Court has indicated that once the tribunal has declared someone to be an Indian, the same person can't be declared a non-Indian if brought before it a second time. The observation is crucial in a state which has seen several cases where a person declared as Indian had been | Read more|

Supreme Court grills Uttarakhand on proposed dharam sansad

April 26, 2022

The Supreme Court Tuesday grilled the Uttarakhand government over a proposed dharam sansad event scheduled to be held in Roorkee on Wednesday and sought an affidavit from the Chief Secretary on what preventive and corrective measures are being taken in this connection. | Read more|

"Can We Ask Putin To Stop War?": Chief Justice On Plea To Rescue Indians

March 3, 2022

Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, while hearing a petition on rescuing Indian students stranded in Ukraine, referred to a social media post that questioned him on what actions he had taken to bring back Indians from the war-torn country, and wondered if he could ask the Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the war. | Read more|

Pegasus Row: Supreme Court To Hear Pleas Alleging Spying On Feb 23

February 22, 2022

The Supreme Court agreed to hear on Friday instead of Wednesday a batch of pleas, which alleged use of Israeli spyware for surveillance of certain people in India, after taking note of the submissions of the solicitor general for the Centre that he would be busy arguing a money laundering case in another court. | Read more|

Judge orders truckers to end US-Canada border blockade

February 12, 2022

Truckers and other protesters demonstrating on the bridge between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan have until 7pm local time to leave or face being arrested and having their vehicles seized, the Ontario Superior Court said on Friday. | Read more|