CJI sexual harassment

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Cheating case: Plea against bail of SC ex-staffer junked

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (CMM) Manish Khurana dismissed the police’s application after the complainant, Naveen Kumar, 31, failed to appear in court for the third time.

'Vishaka is flawed... File a civil suit in nearest magistrate’s court. Let law take its course’

Senior advocate Indira Jaising questions the in-house inquiry into the sexual harassment case against CJI, claims polarisation at the Bar, underlines the need for more SC/ST and women judges in the Supreme Court, and says the appointment of judges should be more transparent.

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Lawyer Bains: Mahatma Gandhi responsible for post-Partition violence

On Friday, Bains told The Indian Express that he only disagrees with Gandhi on two points — “his failure to stop the Partition and the execution of Bhagat Singh” — and referred to AG Noorani’s book, The Trial of Bhagat Singh, and another by H M Seervai, Partition of India: Legend and Reality, to defend his views.

‘Clean chit nahin chalega’: Students, activists protest SC panel’s decision in sexual harassment case against CJI

Shouting slogans such as ‘Clean chit nahin chalega’, around 50 women gathered outside the station at around 6.30 pm, holding placards and demanding that the Vishakha Guidelines, a set of procedural guidelines used in cases of sexual harassment, should be followed.

Give me copy of clean chit to CJI: Woman to SC in-house panel probing sexual harassment allegations

Citing the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013, she underlined that “both parties have a right to receive the report”.

Protesting CJI clean chit, 50 detained from outside top court

Social activists, professors, trade unionists and mediapersons were among those detained by police at Mandir Marg police station under Section 65 of the Delhi Police Act for protesting outside the court, where Section 144 of the CRPC is imposed.

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Sexual harassment allegations: Don’t probe in woman’s absence, hurts SC name, Justice Chandrachud tells panel

Meets in-house panel with Justice Nariman; suggests she be allowed a lawyer or court appoint amicus curiae.

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