Delhi High Court
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“A protest cannot be allowed to endanger others, damage property, restrict essential services and such a protest cannot receive constitutional protection. The acts of violence and violent speech that instigates violence and endangers rule of law, damage public property and peace are not protected under the Indian Constitution.” opined the Delhi High Court

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    Karkardooma Court, Delhi: In a bail application moved on behalf of applicant/accused Saleem Malik @ Munna under Section 437 Code

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    Saket Court, Delhi: In an application filed seeking bail for Sharjeel Imam, (‘bail-applicant’) who is a JNU student alleged for

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Supreme Court: In JNU student Sharjeel Imam’s plea to club all FIRs filed against him for his speech during the anti-CAA protests