A magistrate court in Mumbai, which was hearing arguments in the defamation case, issued the warrant after Ranaut failed to appear before it on Monday
The lawyer-activist withdrew her plea after the court suggested she file a regular bail application on merit
2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case: SC rejects plea of convict Mukesh Singh seeking restoration of legal remedies
The convict had sought quashing of all orders passed by courts and the rejection of his mercy petition by the President since the day his curative petition was dismissed by the apex court on the ground that the earlier lawyer Vrinda Grover had misled him
2012 Delhi gangrape case: Court issues fresh death warrant, four convicts to be hanged at 6 am on 3 March
A Delhi Court on Monday issued fresh death warrants for the execution of the four convicts in the 2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case
'We would like to give little time,' says Supreme Court on plea seeking removal of restrictions on media in Jammu and Kashmir
Supreme Court said it will take some time before passing any direction on the plea seeking the removal of restrictions on the media in Jammu and Kashmir.
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.
At the 2018 edition of the South Asian Women's Day, Kamla Bhasin held forth on intersectional feminism, while Vrinda Grover spoke about the legal battles that face the LGBTQ community
Bhima Koregaon activists' arrest case: 'Pleased to know SC protected their liberty, dignity', says Romila Thapar
Romila Thapar read out a joint statement by the petitioners detailing why they had approached the Supreme Court.
SC reserves verdict on Bhima Koregaon activists' arrest: If not CBI and police, whom should we trust, asks Harish Salve
The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved it judgement in the Bhima Koregaon activists' arrest case.
Sudha Bharadwaj to be kept under house arrest until 30 August rules Faridabad CJM in late night legal action after Bhima Koregaon raids
After late night action that spilled over till 1:30 am Wednesday, Chief Judicial Magistrate of Faridabad Ashok Kumar directed the Surajkund police to keep activist Sudha Bharadwaj, arrested Tuesday in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence from December 2017, in her Badarpur home under house arrest until 30 August.
Indu Malhotra's potential appointment to SC is historic, but lack of gender diversity in judiciary worrisome
Indu Malhotra’s potential appointment, while nothing short of historic, reveals a deeply ingrained issue in the judiciary — the lack of gender diversity.
The Delhi High Court has asked a trial court-appointed local commissioner to start recording evidence of former TERI chief RK Pachauri in a suit seeking to restrain media houses from reporting his court cases and seeking damages of Rs one crore from lawyer activist Vrinda Grover and another woman for allegedly defaming him
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked a trial court in New Delhi to commence recording of evidence in the RK Pachauri sexual harrassment case from 1 August.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to hear JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar's application for regular bail in a sedition case, asking him to approach a sessions court for the same.
It's unending: Third woman alleges sexual harassment by RK Pachauri, says ex-TERI chief put his hands on her waist 'many times'
In the open letter, the (latest) complaint who was working with RK Pachauri in 2008, said, "he would hug me longer than felt comfortable, kissed me on the cheek and inquired about my private life."
The sequence of questioning which led to the statement of David Headley naming Ishrat Jahan puts much of the high-decibel outrage in perspective.
Demanding RK Pachauri's resignation from TERI, lawyers and civil society activists on Wednesday questioned why he has not been suspended and raised suspicion that some material evidence were "being deleted" from the institute's computers and servers.
Prominent lawyers and civil society activists on Wednesday demanded the resignation of RK Pachauri from TERI and questioned why he has not been suspended from the position.