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Communalising Corona: Plea in SC seeks direction to remove communal hashtags like #coronaJihad,#tablighijamat etc. from social media

Communalising Corona: Plea in SC seeks direction to remove communal hashtags like #coronaJihad,#tablighijamat etc. from social media

A petition was filed in Supreme court of India against the hashtags on social media that are communalizing the Tablighi Jamaat Meeting that was held in Delhi’s Nizamuddin which threatened and blames the entire Muslim community for purposefully spreading the Coronavirus throughout the nation. Advocate Khaja Aijazuddin who filed the petition, he claimed that hashtags…

DNA testing of dead bodies to be carried out without waiting for orders: Delhi HC in Delhi riots

DNA testing of dead bodies to be carried out without waiting for orders: Delhi HC in Delhi riots

On the 23rd of February, the streets of northeast Delhi witnessed the bloodshed and destruction where Hindus and Muslims lived peacefully together. The Delhi riots that killed 53 people who were shot, slashed or even set on fire. The Delhi high court on Wednesday pulled up the Delhi government and the Forensic Science Laboratory, for…

Delhi HC issues notices on the plea seeking investigation into  the forces behind anti-CAA protests

Delhi HC issues notices on the plea seeking investigation into the forces behind anti-CAA protests

On Saturday, the High Court of Delhi issued notices in a plea seeking a probe by the national investigation agency (NIA) to investigate into the funding and sponsoring of Anti CAA protests. The petition was filed to find out the forces behind the protests in connection with the Citizenship amendment act, 2019. Ajay Gautam, the…

SC constitutes a nine-judge Bench to hear Sabrimala review pleas

SC constitutes a nine-judge Bench to hear Sabrimala review pleas

On November 2019, a five-judge bench of Supreme Court while reviewing the Sabrimala verdict said that the matter must be referred to a larger bench along with the religious matter of other groups. Ordinarily, when a 5 judge bench refers a matter to a larger bench, a seven-judge bench is formed. But, the CJI used…

Impleadment in plea to allow  Muslim women to enter mosques

Impleadment in plea to allow Muslim women to enter mosques

On 27th January petitioner Ziya Us Salam a leading journalist requested the apex court for impleadment in a plea that would allow women to enter mosques, stating that neither the Quran nor the Hadith prohibits the entry of Muslim women in the mosques. In his petition, Ziya contended that while there is no explicit ban…

Peace Party moves curative petition against Ayodhya verdict

Peace Party moves curative petition against Ayodhya verdict

A curative petition was filed by the president of the Peace Party in the Supreme Court against the Ayodhya verdict. The petition has been filed before the Supreme Court to reconsider its decision.  The Supreme Court had awarded the title of the disputed land to the deity of Ram Lalla. It had also granted five…

Lok Sabha Passes Citizenship Amendment Bill

Lok Sabha Passes Citizenship Amendment Bill

Late on Monday night, the Lok Sabha passed the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 with a large majority. The controversial Bill passed after an intense debate on its implications. While it was a given that the Union government would easily sail through the motion in the Lok Sabha, a range of political parties came out…

Ayodhya case: ‘Lord Ram’s birthplace itself a deity, cannot be divided’

Ayodhya case: ‘Lord Ram’s birthplace itself a deity, cannot be divided’

The birth place of Lord Ram is also a deity and the Muslims cannot claim right over the 2.77-acre disputed land in Ayodhya as any division of the property would amount to “destruction” and “mutilation” of the deity itself, ‘Ram Lalla Virajman’ told the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The counsel for deity ‘Ram Lalla Virajman’…

Ayodhya dispute:’Lost documents of possession to dacoity’

Ayodhya dispute:’Lost documents of possession to dacoity’

On the second day of the hearing of the Babri Masjid Case, Hindu Body Nirmohi Akhara professed that although they did not have dicumentary proof to support its claim to the disputed site in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court hearing had begun on 6th August, after efforts of mediation between the parties had failed. The five-judge Constitution…

Rajya Sabha passes the Triple Talaq Bill

Rajya Sabha passes the Triple Talaq Bill

The upper house of the Indian Parliament, on Tuesday, gave its nod to the Triple Talaq bill after a long debate. The triple talaq bill follows a Supreme Court judgement, passed in August of 2017, which declared the practice of instant divorce by uttering ‘talaq’ three times in one sitting as void and unconstitutional. Put…

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