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Violation of Supreme Court ruling: Thangjing holy site desecration in Manipur

Thangjing hills, home to the sacred site of Ibudhou Thangjing, witnessed another desecration as miscreants erected a substantial cross. Intriguingly, this structure was erected under the watch of heavily guarded by well-armed cadres from the Zomi Revolutionary Army (ZRA), a Kuki-Zo militant group. The ZRA is presently operating under a Suspension of Operation (SoO) agreement with the government of India and Manipur, obliging them to remain at designated camps with their weapons securely locked away.

Patok ning•o sianggipa manderangna compensation-ko on•china gita HC-ni ge•etaniko, SC-ni gita Meghalaya-o ra•chaka

Meghalaya High Court-ni gita, sorkarini bichalni ning•o ba patok ning•o sianggipa manderangna, gong 10-15 lakh tangkarangko a•dok sorkarini gita on•a nanga ine ge•etaniko, Supreme Court-ni gita Meghalaya a•dokoba ra•chakaha.

SC stays Meghalaya HC’s order on custodial death compensation

In a major relief for Meghalaya government relating to compensation for custodial deaths, the Supreme Court has stayed a Meghalaya High Court verdict that ordered the State government to pay compensation of up to ₹10-15 lakhs for custodial deaths.

SC revokes remission for 11 convicts in Bilkis Bano gangrape and murder case

The Supreme Court, on Monday, overturned the Gujarat government's decision to provide remission to 11 convicts involved in the gangrape of Bilkis Bano and the murder of seven of her family members during the 2002 riots in the state.

Bodies of Manipur violence victims, kept in morgues for 8 months, sent to respective Districts: Govt Sources

After Supreme Court direction, several dead bodies of victims of Manipur since May 3, lying in the morgues in Imphal valley region for past eight months have been shifted to respective hill district for a dignified burial.

Article 370 verdict: SC asks Centre to conduct elections of Jammu and Kashmir by 30 Sep 2024

Supreme Court upholds the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir constitutionally valid on Monday.

Article 370 SC’s verdict on Monday; 5 Things you must know

On December 11 (Monday), the Supreme Court is scheduled to deliver its verdict on a series of petitions challenging the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, which granted special status to the former state of Jammu and Kashmir.

SC seeks data from Centre on Immigrants granted citizenship in Assam

A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud also sought an estimate of all illegal immigrants to India, including but not limited to Assam, after March 25, 1971, when the war of Bangladesh began.

Same-sex marriage: SC refuses to give marriage equality rights to LGBTQIA+ community in India; TOP QUOTES

Same-Sex Marriage Judgement: Check out top quotes made by Supreme Court.

SC asks UIDAI & state to ensure Aadhaar cards are provided to those who lost it in Manipur violence

The Supreme Court on Monday ordered the Unique Identification Authority of India and the Manipur government to take steps to ensure that Aadhaar cards are provided to people who lost their 11-digit unique identification number during the ongoing ethnic violence in Manipur, even as it emphasised the need for prior necessary verification to ensure that "illegal immigrants" didn't get undue advantage of the exercise.

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