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Housing Rights Or Environment Protection: Over 1 lakh Khori Slum Dwellers Will Turn Homeless Following SC’s Demolition Order

Housing Rights Or Environment Protection: Over 1 lakh Khori Slum Dwellers Will Turn Homeless Following SC’s Demolition Order

A Supreme Court June 7 order has left environmentalists and human rights activists bewildered after it ordered the demolition of over 10,000 houses in Khori village, a slum located on the Delhi-Haryan

Haryana Allows People With Property On Rent Over 20 Years To Become Owners

Haryana Allows People With Property On Rent Over 20 Years To Become Owners

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday gave a major relief while announcing that people, who have shops or houses on lease or rent from the municipalities for over 20 years, can become o

SC Stayed Probe against Karnataka CM Yediyurappa over Alleged 10-Year Old Land Scam

SC Stayed Probe against Karnataka CM Yediyurappa over Alleged 10-Year Old Land Scam

Granting a major relief to Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, Supreme Court has stayed the probe in connection to the alleged corruption allegations against him linked to 24 acre land denotifica

No Link Between Char Dham Road-Widening Project and Glacier Burst Tragedy, Centre Tells SC

No Link Between Char Dham Road-Widening Project and Glacier Burst Tragedy, Centre Tells SC

The Supreme Court has today granted two weeks’ time to the Centre to file its response in the report of the court-appointed High-Powered Committee, in wake of the recent Uttarakhand floods. The benc

Two Delhi-Based Sisters Claim Ownership Of Land Offered For Ayodhya Mosque; Move Court

Two Delhi-Based Sisters Claim Ownership Of Land Offered For Ayodhya Mosque; Move Court

Two Delhi-based sisters moved the Allahabad High Court claiming the ownership of the five-acre land allotted to the Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board for the construction of a mosque in Ayodhya

Premises Originally Purchased As Shops Not To Be Sealed – Supreme Court

Premises Originally Purchased As Shops Not To Be Sealed – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has observed that there is no reason to continue with the sealing of premises in Delhi on the ground of alleged unauthorized change of user from residential to commercial if they wer

Give Priority to Cases Involving Senior Citizens: Delhi High Court

Give Priority to Cases Involving Senior Citizens: Delhi High Court

Delhi High Court recently held that trial courts ought to give priority to the cases which involve senior citizens and disposed of the plea filed by a senior citizen. Single judge bench of Justice Pra

SC Stays Yediyurappa’s Arrest in Land De-notification Case

SC Stays Yediyurappa’s Arrest in Land De-notification Case

The Supreme Court on Wednesday, gave relief to Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa from arrest, in a corruption case concerning the 2011 de-notification of a housing project proposal for middle-

What Heavens are Going to Fall If Interim Protection Extended: Bombay High Court to ED

What Heavens are Going to Fall If Interim Protection Extended: Bombay High Court to ED

While hearing the interim protection request of NCP leader Eknath Khadse, Bombay High Court asked the Enforcement Directorate that what heaven are going to fall if the interim protection from any coer

100 Homebuyers’ Nod Must for Insolvency Application against Realtor: SC

100 Homebuyers’ Nod Must for Insolvency Application against Realtor: SC

Supreme Court upheld the threshold limit on homebuyers introduced in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Act 2020 in order to shield the corporate debtor(builder) from avoidable and frivolo

Delhi HC Gave Two Weeks to Advocates To Furnish Complete Credible Information to Claim CM Advocates Welfare Scheme Benefits

Delhi HC Gave Two Weeks to Advocates To Furnish Complete Credible Information to Claim CM Advocates Welfare Scheme Benefits

Delhi High Court on Thursday has given a deadline of two weeks to the advocates to furnish their complete information which also needs to be credible to the Delhi government to avail the benefits guar

Can’t Encroach Public Land Under Garb of Place of Worship – Delhi HC

Can’t Encroach Public Land Under Garb of Place of Worship – Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court has dismissed a suit filed by a temple manager who sought a permanent injunction against the Delhi Development Authority from forcefully dispossessing him from 4 temple properties

Farmers Have Constitutional Right to Continue With Protest; SC Suggests Centre to Put Farm Laws on Hold

Farmers Have Constitutional Right to Continue With Protest; SC Suggests Centre to Put Farm Laws on Hold

On Thursday, the Supreme Court said that the farmers have a constitutional right to continue with their “absolutely perfect” protest as long as their dissent against the three controversial agricu

Madras HC Warns Rajinikanth’s Wife Latha Of Contempt Proceedings in School Eviction Case

Madras HC Warns Rajinikanth’s Wife Latha Of Contempt Proceedings in School Eviction Case

On Monday, the Madras High Court warned the education association, of which the wife of superstar Rajinikanth, Latha Rajinikanth is the secretary, that she could face contempt of court, if they fail t

Suit Filed for Restoration of Temple Claimed to be Situated Inside the Qutub Minar Complex

Suit Filed for Restoration of Temple Claimed to be Situated Inside the Qutub Minar Complex

A Civil Suit has been filed in the Saket Court of Delhi, alleging that the ‘Quwwat-Ul-Islam Masjid,’ situated within the Qutub Minar Complex in Mehrauli was built in place of a temple complex. The

“Unfortunate that People Claiming to be Advocates Act Like Paid Hooligans to Grab Land Properties”: Madras High Court

“Unfortunate that People Claiming to be Advocates Act Like Paid Hooligans to Grab Land Properties”: Madras High Court

Taking a serious view of increasing land grabbing cases in the state, Madurai bench of Madras High Court expressed its anguish over the people claiming to be advocates, acting like paid hooligans to g

“Centre is Fully Competent to Notify Any Land for Acquisition for Highway Construction”; Supreme Court

“Centre is Fully Competent to Notify Any Land for Acquisition for Highway Construction”; Supreme Court

Supreme Court upheld the notification issued under the National Highways Act 1956 in connection to the acquisition of land for the construction of the eight-lane Chennai-Krishnagiri-Salem national hig

SC Allows Uttarakhand Govt To Demolish Four Illegal Religious Structures in Haridwar by May 31

SC Allows Uttarakhand Govt To Demolish Four Illegal Religious Structures in Haridwar by May 31

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the Uttarakhand Government time till May 2021 for the demolition of four illegal religious structures on public land in Haridwar. A three-judge bench of Justices

HC Directs Telangana Not To Insist On Aadhaar To Upload Property Details

HC Directs Telangana Not To Insist On Aadhaar To Upload Property Details

On Tuesday, the Telangana High Court directed the State government not to insist on people submitting Aadhaar information while uploading details about the immovable property in the recently launched

“Despite RERA Enactment, Homebuyers Can Still Approach Consumer Forum For Refund, Compensation against Real Estate Firms”: SC

“Despite RERA Enactment, Homebuyers Can Still Approach Consumer Forum For Refund, Compensation against Real Estate Firms”: SC

Supreme Court made it clear that despite the enactment of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, homebuyers can still pursue remedies against real estate firms for redressal, includin

Kerala HC dismisses govt’s plea against Thiruvananthapuram airport lease to Adani

Kerala HC dismisses govt’s plea against Thiruvananthapuram airport lease to Adani

On Monday, the Kerala High Court dismissed the state government’s petition against the Adani Group’s takeover of the Thiruvananthapuram International airport. Earlier on 21st August, the state

SC Slams At Inordinate Delay By Government Authorities In Filing Appeals

SC Slams At Inordinate Delay By Government Authorities In Filing Appeals

The Supreme Court has deprecated the “inordinate delays” by government authorities in filing appeals before it, and said they “must pay for wastage of judicial time” and such costs can be reco

Homebuyer can seek remedies under RERA and Consumer Protection Act, simultaneously – Punjab and Haryana HC

Homebuyer can seek remedies under RERA and Consumer Protection Act, simultaneously – Punjab and Haryana HC

On Friday, the Punjab and Haryana High Court remarked that a homebuyer can seek remedies under the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 as well as the Consumer Protection Act, simultaneo

Mathura district court admits appeal seeking removal of mosque from ‘Krishna birthplace’

Mathura district court admits appeal seeking removal of mosque from ‘Krishna birthplace’

On Friday, a Mathura District Court has admitted the appeal challenging the dismissal of a suit moved to remove the Shahi Idgah Masjid at Mathura, on grounds that it was built over Krishna Janmabhoom

Kangana Ranaut Moves Bombay High Court against Demolition of Her Office by BMC

Kangana Ranaut Moves Bombay High Court against Demolition of Her Office by BMC

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut’s lawyer has moved to the Bombay High Court against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) drive to demolish her office at Pali Hill in Bandra West a

Only First Wife is Entitled to Lay Claim on His Money-Bombay High Court

Only First Wife is Entitled to Lay Claim on His Money-Bombay High Court

Bombay High Court in a compensation money claim case of the deceased Maharashtra police inspector, stated observed that as per law, if a man has two wives and are claiming his money, only the first wi

69-year Old Urdu Poet Offers His 5-Acre Land for Building Babri Mosque

69-year Old Urdu Poet Offers His 5-Acre Land for Building Babri Mosque

Recently, eminent Urdu poet Munnawar Rana has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ask for a hospital to be constructed on the five-acre land allotted to the Sunni Central Waqf Board by the Utta

Daughters Are Entitled to Equal Property Rights Under Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act – Supreme Court

Daughters Are Entitled to Equal Property Rights Under Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act – Supreme Court

In a landmark judgment on Tuesday, Supreme Court ruled in the favour of daughters entitling them of equal property rights in Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) property as that of a son. A three-judge bench

Madras High Court Rejected Jayalalitha’s Niece’s Plea Seeking a Stay on Acquisition of Veda Nilayam

Madras High Court Rejected Jayalalitha’s Niece’s Plea Seeking a Stay on Acquisition of Veda Nilayam

Madras High Court has rejected hearing the plea filed by late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa’s niece challenging the acquisition of Veda Nilayam by the state government and denied inte

Eight Convicted and Sentenced to Life Imprisonment for the Killing of a Jammu Resident Over Land Dispute

Eight Convicted and Sentenced to Life Imprisonment for the Killing of a Jammu Resident Over Land Dispute

A local Jammu court has convicted 10 accused in the homicide case of thrashing and killing Jammu resident over a land dispute. Eight of them are awarded life imprisonment as stated by Jammu and Kashmi

Delhi High Court Slaps Cost of Rs 10,000 on Petitioner Seeking a Waiver of Rent During Lockdown Period

Delhi High Court Slaps Cost of Rs 10,000 on Petitioner Seeking a Waiver of Rent During Lockdown Period

Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition seeking to waive the rent payable by the tenants during the lockdown period including April or/and May or/and June. In addition to dismissing the petition, th

Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium to Be Turned Into a Quarantine Centre

Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium to Be Turned Into a Quarantine Centre

On Friday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has issued a notice to Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) to hand over some facilities of Wankhede Stadium to the civic body to convert it into a quaran

Supreme Court held that Land Acquisition Won’t Lapse If Compensation Already Paid

Supreme Court held that Land Acquisition Won’t Lapse If Compensation Already Paid

The Supreme Court has today ruled that landowners who refuse to accept compensation for land belonging to them that was acquired, cannot subsequently seek cancellation of such acquisition. The court f



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