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  • Law of Interim Bail, Provisions, Grounds and Duration

    Arvind Kejriwal gets Interim Bail The Supreme Court (SC) granted interim bail to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on May 10. The law surrounding interim bail, also known as temporary or interim release, varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Read all...

    Published On May 11th, 2024
  • Bilkis Bano Case, Timeline, Supreme Court’s Judgement

    The Bilkis Bano case refers to a horrific incident during the Gujarat riots in 2002, where Bilkis Bano, a pregnant Muslim woman, became a victim of sexual assault and witnessed the brutal killing of her family members during the violence....

    Published On January 10th, 2024
  • Judicial Activism, meaning, definition, examples, and Indian perspective

    Judicial activism is a term that often sparks intense debates and discussions in legal and political circles. It refers to a proactive role taken by judges in interpreting and applying the law, often going beyond the literal interpretation of statutes...

    Published On October 26th, 2023