The Supreme Court of India on Friday ordered restoration of the Internet in Jammu-Kashmir and warned that the imposition of Section 144 cannot be “a tool to repress legitimate expressions of citizens.”
A bench headed by Chief Justice S.A. Bobde also indicated the probability of constituting a Constitution Bench to take up the matter on the next date of hearing.
The unanimous, strongly worded Supreme Court judgment declared the order to suspend Parliament "void and of no effect." The court found Johnson acted to limit debate on Brexit in violation of Parliament's constitutional role.
South Korea’s top court on Thursday upheld a suspended jail term for the chairman of retail giant Lotte Group over a sprawling corruption scandal that brought down former president Park Geun-hye.
The judges, who will give their verdict on Aug.21, can decide to reject the appeal, order a retrial or acquit Pell, the Catholic Church’s most senior convicted child molester.
The top court had on Saturday constituted a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice N.V. Ramana to hear the clutch of petitions related to Article 370, that gave a special status to J&K.
Brazil’s Supreme Court decided on Thursday to end the mandatory imprisonment of convicted criminals after they lose their first appeal, a politically charged ruling that may lead to the release of former leftist President Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva.
The programme was begun under President Barack Obama. The Trump administration announced in September 2017 that it would end DACA protections, but lower federal courts have stepped in to keep the programme alive.
India’s Supreme Court on Thursday referred a decision to lift a centuries-old ban on women of menstruating age entering a Hindu temple to a larger bench of judges, delaying