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Supreme Court dismisses Tarun Tejpal plea to cancel rape case, says it is a serious offence

Recently the court has rejected a plea from journalist Tarun Tejpal of cancelling the sexual assault case filed against him by a junior colleague. The apex court has said, “This is a serious and morally abhorrent offence.” In addition to that the apex court has ordered that the trial against Tarun Tejpal in a Goa court be completed within the next six months. The former founder-editor of Tehelka was accused by a colleague of sexually assaulting her in an elevator of a five-star hotel during the magazine’s event in Goa in November 2013. Src: https://bit.ly/31XuO9d

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SC to hear petitions against revocation of Article 370 today

The SC is scheduled to hear the petitions posing questions on the legality of the abrogation of Article 370, today. Petitions were filed by advocate M L Sharma and Kashmir Times editor, Anuradha Bhasin. While Sharma has challenged the scrapping of Article 370, Bhasin has sought the restoring of all communication throughout the state. On Tuesday, the court had refused to interfere with the restrictions saying that reasonable time should be given for bringing normalcy in the state. The National Conference of J&K has also filed a petition claiming that the government has taken away citizens’ rights. Src:https://bit.ly/31K2dE5

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In big boost to Centre: SC refuses to intervene in J&K, says Govt must be given time

Hearing a petition on Jammu and Kashmir, the Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to intervene in the matter and pass any order. The court, however, noted that the current situation in J&K was "very sensitive" and the government should ensure that there is no loss of life. The court’s observations have come as a big boost for the Central government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which abrogated Article 370. Stating that the Union government must be given some time to restore normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir, the top court posted the matter for hearing after two weeks. Src:https://bit.ly/2Z61n2x

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SC in Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute: Can birthplace be considered a ‘juristic person’

In the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute, SC queried whether the birthplace or ‘Janmasthan’ can be regarded as a ‘juristic person’. The Bench said that Hindu deities had been treated as ‘juristic person’ which could hold properties and initiate litigation, but queried how ‘Janmasthan’ came to acquire similar rights. It also asked if the source of worship could be a benchmark for deciding whether it was a ‘juristic person’. A contesting party, 'Ram Lalla Virajman' referred to a verdict in Uttarakhand High Court that accorded the status of ‘living human entities’ to the Ganga and Yamuna river. Src:https://bit.ly/2YQpBxX

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