Punjab & Haryana High Court

Bail Granted To Dalit Labour Activist, Naudeep Kaur by Punjab and Haryana High Court

Justice Avneesh Jhingan in his order stated that “It would be appropriate to say that the right to peaceful protest is circumscribed by a thin line. The crossing of line may change the colour of protest. It would be subject matter of trial as to whether the line for peaceful protest was crossed in the alleged incident or not.”

Punjab & Haryana High Court Releases Convict on Parole prior to completing one year of sentence, to perform last rites of father

The High Court of Punjab & Haryana, in the present case, allowed the application and granted exemption from filing the original power of attorney, the photocopy of the same being taken on record. The case of Pawan Kumar v State...

Punjab and Haryana High Court: Article 30 Of Constitution Not Only Refers To The Religious Minorities But Also To Linguistic Minorities

The Punjab and Haryana High Court in its latest judgement rejected the writ petition by Chandigarh Associations and submitted that an institution is a minority institution within the meaning of Article 30(1) of the Constitution of India, provided it...

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