Monday, December 4, 2023

Topic: Supreme Court of India

“Teacher telling students to hit a classmate because they belong to a particular community! Is this quality education?”: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh and the police for the manner in which they have been dealing with a case in which a teacher in Muzaffarnagar district instructed her students to slap their seven-year-old Muslim classmate.

“In this case, convicts had privilege of coming out…”: Supreme Court on Bilkis Bano case

The Supreme Court on Thursday observed that in the Bilkis Bano case, the convicts had the privilege of getting parole for many days, unlike several other convicts.

Supreme Court grants interim protection to Editors Guild members in cases over Manipur fact-finding report

The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted interim protection from police action to members of the Editors Guild of India on the two FIRs filed against them for releasing a report on media coverage of Manipur violence.

Explainer: What does Supreme Court’s handbook on gender stereotypes say?

The Supreme Court of India has released a handbook to combat gender stereotyping which, as it has observed, clouded the judgments of several High Courts in the matters related to sexual and gendered violence.

Academic gets two weeks’ protection from arrest in case registered after interview on Manipur

The Supreme Court on Monday gave Hyderabad University professor, Kham Khan Suan Hausing, two weeks’ protection from coercive action in criminal proceedings instituted against him following his interview on Manipur to a news portal.

Former Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik gets interim bail by Supreme Court over medical grounds

Former Maharashtra minister and NCP leader Nawab Malik has been granted interim bail for two months on medical grounds by the Supreme Court on Friday.