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Providing Call Details Of Cops: Kerala High Court Refers Matter To Division Bench

Posted under Trending, Top Stories, Legal, by Neha Sonker / 2 hours ago

HC has referred to a division bench the issue of whether mobile call data records of police officers can be directed to be given to accused in serious offences like Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act cases. There may be rival fractions of drug dealers and mafia. If they get the particulars of the informant, it will endanger the person’s life.

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Cruel Men Don’t Deserve Relief: Supreme Court On Dowry Case

Posted under Legal, Trending, Top Stories, by Malika Mahajan / 4 hours ago

CJI denied anticipatory bail to husband accused of dowry harassment, sternly observing that "cruel men" don't deserve relief. The comment was significant as though the husband appeared to have a good case for relief, CJI led bench decided to go purely by woman’s allegations. The decision came after CJI "will you marry her" query to man, accused of rape, evoked protests from women’s groups & political leaders.

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Police Submit Report In Court On Probe Against Kangana On Hate Posts

Posted under Legal, Trending, Top Stories, by Malika Mahajan / 5 hours ago

Mumbai Police submitted before Magistrate Court report of their inquiry into complaint against actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister for posting alleged hateful messages on social media. In October last year, Magistrate Court in Mumbai asked suburban Amboli police to conduct inquiry into private complaint, filed by lawyer Khan Deshmukh, related to alleged objectionable messages and file report by December 5.

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Northeast Delhi Riots Case: Find Out Person Who Leaked Chargesheet, HC Tells Police

Posted under Trending, Top Stories, Legal, by Neha Sonker / 6 hours ago

The Delhi High Court said Delhi Police needs to find out who is behind leaking of chargesheets to the media even before the trial court took cognizance of it, in the alleged conspiracy case filed in connection with the Northeast Delhi riots. It also asked the Commissioner of Police to file a reply regarding the allegations of leaking of the contents by police.

Read more at Indian Express

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Delhi HC Directs IB Ministry To File Status Report On Rakul Preet Singh's Case

Posted under Trending, Top Stories, Legal, by Neha Sonker / 7 hours ago

The Delhi High Court directed the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to file a status report on the action taken against various TV channels which are not members of the News Broadcasting Standards Association (NBSA) for alleged violation of the Cable TV Networks (Regulation) Act in their news reports connecting actor Rakul Preet Singh with the Rhea Chakraborty drug case.

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