Neha Thomas

[Toolkit Case] Disha Ravi Granted Bail Considering Sketchy Evidence by Delhi Court

The main contention that was raised was with respect to evidence that linked the violence on January 26th to the toolkit which was shared. The prosecution claimed that the toolkit that was shared by Swedish climate change activist Great Thunberg was created by Disha Ravi and Ravi had also attended Zoom meetings with members of the PJF.

Petition Filed Says RTI Amendment Was Violative of Fundamental Rights: Supreme Court

The Court noted that the said petition which was filed under Article 32 was based mainly on the contention that the amendment was violative of fundamental rights. The court had issued a notice with regard to the plea in January 2020.

[Toolkit Case] Disha Ravi Sent For One Day Police Custody By Delhi Court

The counsel appearing for Ravi, Sidharth Agarwal stated that “We all have different opinions. You may have a problem with farmers’ protest, I may not. If highlighting protest globally is sedition, I (Ravi) am better in jail. I (defence counsel) also support farmers. But if that’s an offence, let’s all go to jail.”

Elgaar Parishad Case: Supreme Court Grants Bail To Varavara Rao Accused in Bhima Koregaon Violence

The accused in the Bhim Koregaon case, Varavara Rao, accused of being a member of the Communist Party of India (Maoist). He and other 15 other academics and civil rights activists are the accused in the Bhima Koregaon – Elgaar Parishad Case.

[February Riots] Bail Granted To Accused by Delhi High Court

The single-judge bench comprising of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait on analysis of all the evidence presented to him concluded that the gunshot wound that was the cause of death, was not a close shot rather was fired from a distance, as the bullet had entered the body from the left and exited from the right.

Advocate Fined Rs. 500 For Not Wearing Neck Band: Orissa High Court

In the case hearing, the advocate who appeared had not worn his neckband. The High Court took cognizance of the same and stated that the dress code was not properly followed and passed an order against the advocate.

Ayodhya Temple Building, Police Directed To Help Awareness Campaign: Madras High Court

The petitioner had filed an application on 13th February 2021, in order to get permission to conduct an awareness drive through Madurai in a van in connection with the building of the Ram temple.

Covishield Vaccine Trail: Madras High Court Issues Notice to SII, DCGI, ICMR

The petition says: The move to manufacture the said vaccine commercially and distribute it to the general public as a safe vaccine is totally dishonest and goes against the WHO guidelines, as also the safety norms laid down by the 2019 Rules.

Gold Smuggling Is Not a Terrorist Act Rules Kerala High Court

The infamous gold smuggling case of Kerala being charged was charged under the UAPA in addition to the Customs Act by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). The division bench of the Kerala High Court contended on whether the said act of gold smuggling can be considered a criminal offence.

[Toolkit Case] Disha Ravi Remanded For Three Days: Delhi Court

The Additional Chief Metropolitan Chief Magistrate Aakash Jain who heard the case remanded Disha Ravi to 3 more days of judicial custody. This is following her 5 days of remand in police custody.

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