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Ayodhya dispute: Section 144 imposed in district

Ayodhya dispute: Section 144 imposed in district

As the hearing in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute enters its final leg on Monday, the Uttar Pradesh administration has imposed Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) in Ayodhya till December 10 to pre-empt outbreak of violence. “Decision to impose Section-144 was also taken in consideration of upcoming festivals,” District Magistrate Anuj Kumar…

The Sabarimala Temple Verdict- An Overview

The Sabarimala Temple Verdict- An Overview

Since the beginning of society, man has been expected to follow certain ‘rules’ for the smooth development and functioning of society. On one hand there were judicial laws meant for keeping order in society; on the other hand, there were certain religious virtues required for the overall development of the individual. These values were ingrained…

Amul Wins 20-yr-old case against dairy selling milk named ‘Anul’

In a 20-year-long legal battle, an Ahmedabad-based private diary has been stopped from selling pouched milk under the brand names of ‘Anul Taaza’ and ‘Anul Shakti’ by a commercial court in Vadodara. It was in 1998 Amul Dairy and the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Limited (GCMMF) – the apex marketing body of all district…

2013 Bodh Gaya bomb blasts: All five convicts sentenced to life imprisonment

A special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Patna on Friday sentenced all five convicts in the Bodh Gaya serial bomb blasts case of July 7, 2013 to life in prison. The court, which pronounced the verdict last week, had to defer the pronouncement of quantum of sentence owing to defence’s persistent efforts to delay…