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Bharadwaj was arrested in August 2018 under provisions of the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA)
Senior advocate Indira Jaising, representing one of the intervenors, demanded an 'intensive monitoring' of the case by a Constitutional court, and that a special public prosecutor should be appointed by the apex court in the case
In the Delhi HC hearing of a batch of pleas in the Jamia Millia Islamia violence case, petitioners demanded an independent investigation into the Delhi Police's conduct against students
Kangana Ranaut on Indira Jaising asking Asha Devi to forgive her daughter's rapists: 'That lady should be kept in jail with those convicts'
Kangana Ranaut was speaking at a promotional event for her upcoming film Panga.
'How dare she': Asha Devi, Delhi 2012 gangrape victim's mother, blasts advocate Indira Jaising for suggesting she should forgive convicts
Asha Devi, the mother of the 2012 Delhi gang-rape victim, on Saturday slammed senior lawyer Indira Jaising for her suggestion that she should forgive her daughter's rapists
Sabarimala row: Supreme Court says 2018 verdict allowing all women entry into temple not 'final word'; matter referred to larger bench
In September 2018, a Constitution bench had, by a majority 4:1 verdict, allowed girls and women of all ages to visit the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala.
FCRA case: Supreme Court issues notice to Anand Grover, Indira Jaising on CBI plea challenging Bombay HC order
The Supreme Court on Thursday sought a response from NGO Lawyers Collective and its founding members Anand Grover and Indira Jaising on a plea by the CBI challenging the Bombay High Court order granting protection
SC agrees to examine NGT's powers to take suo motu cognisance; senior advocate Anand Grover appointed as amicus curiae
The SC on Friday agreed to examine a legal question whether the NGT, established in 2010 to deal with cases pertaining to environmental issues, has the power to take cognisance of a matter on its own
In letter to Narendra Modi, Opposition MPs call CBI raids at Indira Jaising’s residence, NGO office ‘act of coercion, intimidation’
Accusing the government of 'gross abuse of power' over the CBI raids at the residence of noted lawyer Indira Jaising, a group of opposition MPs Thursday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to 'halt such act of coercion and intimidation'
'Targeting' former senior advocates raises questions about govt's intentions, says Sitaram Yechury on CBI raids on Indira Jaising
CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury Thursday accused the government of 'targeting' former additional solicitor general Indira Jaising and her husband Anand Grover hours after the CBI began raids at their residences and offices
CBI raids homes of former additional solicitor-general Indira Jaising and husband Anand Grover in foreign funding case
The CBI is carrying out searches on Thursday at the offices of Lawyers Collective, an NGO run by noted lawyer Anand Grover, husband of former Additional Solicitor General Indira Jaising, officials said
CBI books Indira Jaising's NGO Lawyers Collective, founder Anand Grover for foreign funds irregularities
The CBI has booked noted lawyer Anand Grover and his Mumbai-based voluntary organisation, Lawyers Collective, for alleged violation of rules in receiving foreign aid, officials said on Tuesday. The agency has filed an FIR on the basis of a complaint from the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), which has alleged several discrepancies in the utilisation of foreign aid received by the NGO.
Section 144 imposed outside SC, 55 detained as lawyers protest procedure to probe sexual harassment charges against CJI Ranjan Gogoi
On Monday, the in-house committee of the Supreme Court gave a clean chit to the CJI. The verdict stated that it found "no substance in the allegations" made against CJI Ranjan Gogoi by a former female employee of the Supreme Court.
Indira Jaising questions Attorney General's appearance in hearing on sexual harassment charges against CJI
Indira Jaising questioned why Attorney General KK Venugopal appeared in the Supreme Court during the hearing on the sexual harassment allegation against the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.
Indira Jaising writes open letter to CJI Ranjan Gogoi: Senior advocate seeks purging of sexist language from Indian courts
On the occasion of International Women's Day, Jaising wrote an open letter to Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi demanding a "ban on sexist language in courts".
In SC, annoyed Indira Jaising says she's a person in her own right after AG refers to her as ‘Anand Grover’s wife
The incident occurred before a bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and Navin Sinha when Grover told the court that he was appearing for Jaising, who has filed an application seeking to intervene in the contempt petition filed by the Attorney General against activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan.
Sabarimala hearing: SC reserves verdict as Travancore Devaswom Board does U-turn, says respects verdict on women's entry
The Supreme Court started hearing a bunch of review petitions urging it to revisit an earlier order allowing women to enter Sabarimala shrine. A five-judge bench, led by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, remarked that the pleas made by both petitioner and respondent had interesting aspects
Advocate Madhavi Divan appointed Additional Solicitor General, becomes third woman to hold the post in SC
Divan will represent the government in the Supreme Court and will hold office till 30 June, 2020. She is the third woman who has been appointed ASG in the apex court.
'Constitutional morality can be very dangerous': Attorney General KK Venugopal fears SC may become third Parliament chamber
Criticising the top court for depending on the Constitutional morality, the Attorney General while speaking at the Second J Dadachanji Memorial Debate said, "The use of Constitutional morality can be very, very dangerous and we can't be sure where it will lead us to. I hope Constitutional morality dies."
Kathua rape and murder case: Deepika Rajawat episode throws spotlight on ignored issue of victim's right to representation in trials
The recent development in the Kathua rape and murder case has also brought focus on an often-ignored aspect of the criminal justice system in India — rights of victims during trials.