The Allahabad High Court or the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad is a high court based in Prayagraj that has jurisdiction over the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday heard public interest litigation (PIL) pertaining to spread of novel coronavirus and issued directions to the administration in this regard.
In an effort to contain the spread of novel coronavirus, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday decided to restrict its functioning and to take up only cases of 'urgent matters' via video conferencing till March 31.
In the wake of coronavirus outbreak, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Tuesday issued a circular restricting work in both of its Jammu and Srinagar wings to only urgent matters till March 31.
The Supreme Court on Friday said that misinformation about the detention of children in Jammu and Kashmir was spread after the revocation of the region's special status.
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre that how long it intends to continue with the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370.
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the central government that how long it intends to continue with the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir following the abrogation of Article 370 in the region in August.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday adjourned for November 5, the plea filed by child rights activist, Enakshi Ganguly, claiming "detention of children" in the Jammu and Kashmir, after the abrogation of Article 370 and subsequent shutdown in the valley.
Suffering from depression and unable to bear the hot and sultry weather in the plains, a large number of Kashmiri prisoners lodged in jails in Uttar Pradesh have sought a transfer back to their state.
The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Juvenile Justice Committee of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court to look into the allegations of illegal detention of children in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of abrogation of the provisions under Article 370 raised in a petition before it.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Monday said he would personally visit Jammu and Kashmir, if required, after a petitioner said people there were not able to access courts for legal redressal of their grievances.