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PFI and SDPI extremist outfits, but are not banned: Kerala high court

The SDPI is a political party founded in 2009. It is the political offshoot of the Islamist outfit PFI.
The Kerala High Court has observed that Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) were “extremist organisations” but not banned. (HT Archives)
The Kerala High Court has observed that Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) were “extremist organisations” but not banned. (HT Archives)
Updated on May 14, 2022 06:38 AM IST
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Lookout notice needs to be communicated to affected party, rules high court

The Punjab and Haryana high court has held that look out notice (LOC) against a person being probed by an investigating agency, issued by the Union ministry of home affairs (MHA), needs to be communicated to the affected person
The court also imposed a fine of <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>1 lakh on the Bank of India, at whose request LOC was issued and a woman, Noor Paul, was stopped from travelling to Dubai in February. (iStock)
The court also imposed a fine of 1 lakh on the Bank of India, at whose request LOC was issued and a woman, Noor Paul, was stopped from travelling to Dubai in February. (iStock)
Updated on Apr 12, 2022 05:11 AM IST
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Hijab Verdict Row: Duo accused of threatening Judges in Bengaluru Police custody

Bengaluru police have brought the second accused, Jamal Mohammed Usmani, who threatened to kill judges after Hijab verdict from Tamil Nadu.
Jamal Mohammed Usmani, from the TNTJ, was arrested for issuing death threats to Karnataka HC Judges after they gave the hijab verdict. (DTnext photo)
Jamal Mohammed Usmani, from the TNTJ, was arrested for issuing death threats to Karnataka HC Judges after they gave the hijab verdict. (DTnext photo)
Published on Mar 25, 2022 04:48 PM IST
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HC relief for Class 10 students of Karnataka's unaccredited schools

  • The Karnataka HC directed Education Department officials to issue hall tickets to class 10 students of eight unaccredited schools for them to be able to write the 2022 SSLC board examinations.
HC, in its interim order, directed education department officials to issue hall tickets to class 10 students from 8 unrecognized schools. (Image for representation: HT Photo)
HC, in its interim order, directed education department officials to issue hall tickets to class 10 students from 8 unrecognized schools. (Image for representation: HT Photo)
Published on Mar 25, 2022 12:13 PM IST
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Centre asked to clarify stand on reopening of mosque in Nizamuddin Markaz

Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri said if the Centre has no problem in allowing prayers on the first floor, then it should not have any objections to the other floors remaining open as well
The court’s poser came after noting the Union government’s submission that it has no objection to people offering prayers on the first floor of the mosque on the occasion of Shab-e-Barat (March 18-19) and during the month of Ramzan. (HT Archive)
The court’s poser came after noting the Union government’s submission that it has no objection to people offering prayers on the first floor of the mosque on the occasion of Shab-e-Barat (March 18-19) and during the month of Ramzan. (HT Archive)
Published on Mar 12, 2022 12:50 AM IST
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