WhiteHat Jr gets respite from court against Pradeep Poonia who accused it of malpractices, misleading ads
The court order restricts Poonia from accessing WhiteHat Jr's internal communication channels or making any of its information public until 6 January.
"I am happy cinemas are opening and I hope people will go watch Sir, while being careful too," says Vivek Gomber about his new film's release.
Referring to an alleged threat given by Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut to actor Kangana Ranaut in an interview, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked if this was the way a parliamentarian should react.
Man arrested in Chandigarh after confessing to girlfriend's murder on live television, was on bail in 2010 murder case
Chandigarh Police arrested a man from a news channel’s office, minutes after he confessed on live television on Tuesday that he had killed his girlfriend at a city hotel on 31 December, 2019
Delhi Police vs lawyers: Clashes a reflection of substandard quality of legal education in India, occur regularly in small towns
Conflicts between lawyers and the police such as the ones in Delhi are not at all uncommon and happen routinely in smaller towns, the Delhi incidents got traction because they happened in the national capital
The Delhi High Court on Thursday set aside the order staying proceedings in the defamation case filed by Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra against Zee News chief editor Sudhir Chaudhary
Bhima Koregaon case: Bombay High Court denies bail to Sudha Bharadwaj, Arun Ferreira, Vernon Gonsalves
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday denied bail to Sudha Bharadwaj, Arun Ferreira and Vernon Gonsalves arrested in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence case
DK Shivakumar sent to ED custody till 13 September; agency says Congress leader was 'non-cooperative' during investigation
A Delhi court on Tuesday sent arrested Congress leader DK Shivakumar to Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody till 13 September in connection with an alleged money laundering case
Khagragarh blast case: NIA court awards jail terms to 19, including four Bangladeshi nationals; trial of 12 other accused to continue
A special NIA court on Friday awarded varying jail terms to 19 people, including four Bangladeshi nationals, in the Khagragarh blast case, in which links of terror group Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) were found
Mumbai court summons Rahul Gandhi on 3 October for ‘commander-in-thief’ remark attacking Narendra Modi over Rafale fighter jet deal
A court has summoned Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in a defamation complaint against him for his 'commander-in-thief' remark while attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year over the Rafale fighter jet deal
'Does this logic apply to Harry Potter books too?': Twitter in splits after Bombay HC judge terms 'War and Peace' 'objectionable material'
A Bombay High Court observation is being ridiculed on social media, after a single-judge bench questioned rights' activist Vernon Gonsalves motive behind keeping (and reading) Leo Tolstoy's classic novel, War and Peace
"Why did you have copy of 'War and Peace'?": Bombay HC judge asks Bhima Koregaon case accused to explain possession of Leo Tolstoy classic
The Bombay High Court hearing a bail plea of Elgar Parishad-Bhima Koregaon case accused Vernon Gonsalves on Wednesday questioned his motive behind keeping copies of some books and CDs whose titles prima facie indicated they contained material against the State
Bombay High Court asks ‘serial litigant’ to approach Mumbai beach clean-up organisation to do ‘real social work’
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed a 'serial litigant', who claimed he filed his pleas for society's betterment, to do some 'real social work' like beach cleaning to prove his bona fides
Don't address judges as 'my Lord', 'your lordships', Rajasthan HC asks counsels, others to honour 'mandate of equality'
Rajasthan High Court on Monday issued a notice requesting the counsels and others to 'desist' from addressing the judges as 'My Lord' and 'Your Lordship'
Courtroom fashion: What the clothes we wear in court say about us as accusers, the accused or witnesses
Even if you’re not the one on the stand being judged, you have to prove yourself ‘innocent’ to be heard in court. If you dress like a ‘good girl’ — submissive, feminine, asexual, obedient — your chances of this are higher. Dress like a ‘slut’ and you’re guilty already — of dressing like a slut, if nothing else. Women participate in this charade, intuitively knowing these extra-legal parameters against which they will be judged in courtrooms.
2005 Ayodhya terror attack: Four awarded life sentence, one acquitted; Yogi Adityanath welcomes verdict
A special court sentenced four persons to life imprisonment and acquitted one in connection with the 2005 terror attack on a makeshift temple at the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid complex
2008 Malegaon blast case: Pragya Singh Thakur attends hearing in Mumbai court after failing to appear twice
Thakur was hospitalised in Bhopal following a stomach ailment on Wednesday night and was discharged early Thursday, her close aide Upma told PTI, adding that the BJP MP would return to the hospital after attending an event in Bhopal.
German nurse Niels Hoegel gets life sentence for 85 hospital murders; toll likely to climb to 200, says police
A German nurse believed to be the most prolific serial killer in the country's post-war history was handed a life sentence Thursday for murdering 85 patients in his care
Pragya Singh Thakur skips 2008 Malegaon blast case hearing owing to ill health; court asks BJP MP to appear before it by 7 June
BJP MP Pragya Singh Thakur failed to appear before a court in Mumbai Thursday - for the second time this week - in connection with the 2008 Malegaon blast case
South African court opens trial of police officer for death of 1971 anti-apartheid activist; paves way for prosecution of similar crimes
A former South African police officer will face trial over the 1971 killing of an anti-apartheid activist after a court ruling that could lead to the prosecution of similar crimes