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  • We Are Coming Back In Power, Say Top Sources In Stalin's DMK

    We Are Coming Back In Power, Say Top Sources In Stalin's DMK

    Main opposition DMK senses its best chance to make a comeback in Tamil Nadu, with top sources in the party saying they are confident the E Palaniswami government will not last long. Passing the Budget will be a tough task for the new AIADMK chief minister, they said, alleging that his hold over legislators of his party remains tenuous despite havin...

  • Clean Up or Shut Down: Supreme Court's Ultimatum to Polluting Industries

    Clean Up or Shut Down: Supreme Court's Ultimatum to Polluting Industries

    Industries across the country will have to set up effluent treatment plants within three months or shut down, the Supreme Court ordered on Wednesday, setting the stage for a nationwide crackdown on industries that pollute the country's rivers and water bodies. "States don't worry about human lives," Chief Justice of India Jagdish Singh Khehar obser...

  • Will Young Women Enter Sabarimala? Constitution Bench Will Take A Call

    Will Young Women Enter Sabarimala? Constitution Bench Will Take A Call

    Should women of all ages be allowed to enter the famous Sabarimala shrine, where they had been banned for ages? The Supreme Court -- which was hearing a number of petitions challenging the debarment and calling it illegal -- has indicated that it would refer the matter to a five-judge constitution bench. But the order on what issues will be decided...

  • Is Triple Talaq Legal, Supreme Court To Ask Constitution Bench To Decide

    Is Triple Talaq Legal, Supreme Court To Ask Constitution Bench To Decide

    The Supreme Court is likely to refer petitions on triple talaq, nikah halala and polygamy to a five-judge constitution bench which, the Centre suggested, should decide if the constitutional right to practice religion protected these practices by Muslims. At Thursday's hearing, the Centre outlined four questions that it felt the court should deliber...

  • President Clears The Decks For Supreme Court To Get Five More Judges

    President Clears The Decks For Supreme Court To Get Five More Judges

    President Pranab Mukherjee on Wednesday cleared the appointment of five high court judges to the Supreme Court, signaling the end of the stalemate triggered by the refusal of a senior judge to participate in the selection process unless it was made transparent. The fresh appointments will raise the strength of the Supreme Court from 23, to 28 judge...

  • Triple Talaq: Supreme Court Says Will Focus Only on 'Legal' Aspects

    Triple Talaq: Supreme Court Says Will Focus Only on 'Legal' Aspects

    The Supreme Court will only examine triple talaq - the practice of Muslim men getting an instant divorce by saying "talaq" three times - from a legal perspective and steer clear of aspects in the legislative domain, such as bringing in a uniform civil code, under which divorce under Muslim law would have to be supervised by courts.

  • No Need To Stand If National Anthem Shown In Film, Supreme Court Says

    No Need To Stand If National Anthem Shown In Film, Supreme Court Says

    Movie-goers need not stand when the national anthem is played during a film screening, the Supreme Court said today in response to requests for clarification of its previous order.

  • In Order Convicting Sasikala, Strong Comments About Jayalalithaa's Role

    In Order Convicting Sasikala, Strong Comments About Jayalalithaa's Role

    The corruption case in which VK Sasikala has been convicted today was, in fact, centered on whether J Jayalalithaa misused her first term as Chief Minister in the 1990s to accumulate a vast fortune of real estate, cash and jewellery through a maze of companies which were owned by Ms Sasikala and two of her male relatives.

  • 'It's A Fatty Judgement,' Said Supreme Court Judges, Then Went Straight To Sasikala Verdict

    'It's A Fatty Judgement,' Said Supreme Court Judges, Then Went Straight To Sasikala Verdict

    It took eight minutes for two Supreme Court judges to announce the decision that abruptly cut short the political career of VK Sasikala, a long-time companion of J Jayalalithaa. The judges concurred when they held Ms Sasikala guilty of corruption and decided that she has to go to back to jail to serve a four-year sentence. "We have expressed deep c...

  • VK Sasikala, 2 Judges, And Their Verdict On Alleged Corruption: 10 Points

    VK Sasikala, 2 Judges, And Their Verdict On Alleged Corruption: 10 Points

    The Supreme Court will at 10:30 this morning rule on whether VK Sasikala, AIADMK chief, is guilty of helping former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa amass illicit wealth worth over 60 crores in the 1990s. The verdict will decide the political career of Ms Sasikala, who has staked claim to be Tamil Nadu's next Chief Minister. If the court up...

  • 10 Facts On The Corruption Case Against VK Sasikala

    10 Facts On The Corruption Case Against VK Sasikala

    The pending disproportionate assets case that poses a legal hurdle against VK Sasikala's taking over as the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, dates back to 1996. J Jayalalithaa, Ms Sasikala and her two relatives, Ilavarasi and Sudhagaran, had been convicted in the case that alleged that the former Chief Minister owned assets far exceeding her known source...

  • Tamil Nadu Governor Gets A Big Cue From Centre, Supreme Court Verdict Next

    Tamil Nadu Governor Gets A Big Cue From Centre, Supreme Court Verdict Next

    The Supreme Court is expected to rule today on whether VK Sasikala, who wants to be head Tamil Nadu, conspired in the early 90s with J Jayalalithaa to illicitly acquire a shared fortune then worth over 60 crores.

  • Ahead Of Supreme Court Ruling, Sasikala Sleepover At MLA Camp: 10 Facts

    Ahead Of Supreme Court Ruling, Sasikala Sleepover At MLA Camp: 10 Facts

    Ahead of a Supreme Court verdict that will decide her political future, AIADMK General Secretary VK Sasikala has said she will spend the night at a five-star resort near Chennai where she has kept about 120 legislators sequestered for almost a week. Today the Supreme Court will rule whether Ms Sasikala is guilty of colluding with former Chief Minis...

  • Top Court Fines RJD Lawmaker For Frivolous Petition. And Tells Him A Story

    Top Court Fines RJD Lawmaker For Frivolous Petition. And Tells Him A Story

    A lawmaker of Bihar's ruling alliance who wanted action against a magazine for an article published 23 years ago has been fined 10 lakh by the Supreme Court. "You are a representative of the people. You can't be expected to misuse the jurisdiction of this court," Chief Justice of India JS Kehar observed, calling the legislator's petition filed afte...

  • Will Ansals Only Pay Fine In Uphaar Case? Supreme Court To Decide Today

    Will Ansals Only Pay Fine In Uphaar Case? Supreme Court To Decide Today

    The Supreme Court will decide today whether to reconsider its November 2015 judgment, imposing a hefty fine payable within three months or a two-year jail term to Ansal brothers in the 1997 Uphaar tragedy, in which 59 people died during a fire at the cinema hall in posh South Delhi.

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