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CJI Ramana’s Notable Judgments

What was the impact of CJI Ramana’s Judgments on the Court, the law and the country?

27th Aug 2022

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Do Lower Courts Consider SC Judgments When Deciding Bail Cases?

Despite SC Judgments to the contrary, it remains difficult for an accused to get bail from lower courts.

2nd Aug 2022

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Looking Ahead: The Court in July 2022

The Court is set to hear a slew of important cases in July 2022—will citizens be able to tune in?

2nd Jul 2022

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2022 Half-Year Review: Key Supreme Court Judgments

The Supreme Court delivered key Judgments on Reservations, Sedition, OROP and the constitutionality of the FCRA Amendment.

4th Jun 2022

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Monthly Review: May 2022

SC judges begin summer vacation after a month of hearings on religion, administration and freedom of speech.

2nd Jun 2022

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Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais at Delhi HC: Witness Testimonies Contradict Claims in Charge Sheet On Umar Khalid

Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais and Adv. Sanya Kamar further argued that portions of statements against Mr. Khalid were identical to each other.

30th May 2022

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Delhi HC Refuses to Examine Reliability of Witness Statements in Umar Khalid Bail Hearing

Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais and the Bench locked horns on whether the Court should evaluate the veracity of evidence while granting bail.

25th May 2022

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Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais at Delhi HC: Inconsistent Testimony Used to Charge Umar Khalid

Witness statement unreliable, Sessions Court Judge erred in denying bail to Mr. Khalid, claims Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais.

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Charge Sheet Wrongly Paints Umar Khalid as a Terrorist, Says Counsel at Delhi HC

Sr. Adv. Trideep Pais listed instances where misrepresented facts 'falsely' implicated Mr. Khalid in the 2020 Delhi Riots.

23rd May 2022

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Delhi HC Questions If Umar Khalid’s Speech Was An Invitation to Violence

The Delhi High Court is keen to bring the hearings to a close before June 4th, when the Court breaks for vacation.

20th May 2022

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