Advocates Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran said that they had come to Shaheen Bagh to listen to people who had assembled in large numbers.
The Supreme Court began hearing around 144 petitions related to the CAA including petitions challenging the constitutional validity of CAA and transfer petitions filed by the Central Government.
The court said that it would hear Assam-related matters separately because it has an Accord and the cut-off date for NRC is different, so that is why the petitions were different from other cases.
The Supreme Court directed that the floor test for Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to prove his majority in the Maharashtra Assembly be conducted on November 26.
Litigant Iqbal Ansari spoke to TNIE after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of the Hindus in the Ayodhya Land Dispute.
After the Supreme Court's judgment on the Ayodhya Land Dispute. many in the temple town were seen rejoicing.
There is clear evidence that Hindus believed Ram was born on the disputed site: CJI Ranjan Gogoi
Lawyers of all six district courts -- Tis Hazari, Saket, Karkardooma, Rohini, Patiala House and Dwarka -- held peaceful protests, allowing litigants and police to go inside the courts' premises.
A Moscow court on Friday (September 20) ordered the release of Pavel Ustinov, an actor whose conviction for injuring a police officer at an opposition protest sparked a public outcry in Russia.
On September 6 the Supreme Court issued an ultimatum for the demolition of four apartment buildings in Kochi, asking the Maradu municipality to complete the demolition by September 20.
More than 150 illegally constructed buildings and establishments on Southern Railways land in Velachery were demolished after a Supreme Court verdict.
Dozens of Assange supporters including French yellow vests protest in front of the London Court where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces an initial hearing over an extradition request from the US.
However, the U.S. Supreme Court's conservative majority appeared inclined to hand President Donald Trump a victory.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority on Tuesday appeared poised to hand President Donald Trump a victory on his administration’s plan to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.