A Vaidyanathan


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  • Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    The students of Tamil Nadu who have passed NEET, the all-India medical entrance test, plan to take on the government's move to scrap this year's exams and introduce it from next year. And senior advocate Nalini Chidambaram -- the wife of former Union Minister P Chidambaram - who is representing them, said the state and the Centre had entered a dea...

  • Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, must join investigation in the corruption case in which he has been named, the Supreme Court said today. The businessman, who is also a Congress member, should appear before the Central Bureau of Investigation for questioning and cannot travel abroad, the court said. The matter will...

  • PM Modi Meeting Expected To Spur AIADMK Merger: 10 Developments

    PM Modi Meeting Expected To Spur AIADMK Merger: 10 Developments

    The two competing factions of Tamil Nadu's ruling party are trying to accelerate their plans to reunite with the action shifting from Chennai to Delhi today. The leaders of the two wings, former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam ("OPS") and his successor, E Palaniswami ("EPS"), were in the capital to attend the oath-taking ceremony of Venkaiah Naidu a...

  • In Setback For Sahara, Court Rejects Plea To Stop Aamby Valley Auction

    In Setback For Sahara, Court Rejects Plea To Stop Aamby Valley Auction

    The Supreme Court had last month directed the Bombay High Court liquidator to start the process of selling Sahara's Aamby Valley property.

  • Teams EPS And OPS Work On Merger, Likely Meeting With PM Modi: 10 Facts

    Teams EPS And OPS Work On Merger, Likely Meeting With PM Modi: 10 Facts

    After months of one step forward and several back, the competing factions of Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK have agreed in principle to merge, with leaders talking of a union by August 15. The leaders of the two wings, former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam ("OPS") and his successor, E Palaniswami ("EPS"), are expected to meet Prime Minister Narendra Mo...

  • Will Use Paper Trail (VVPAT) Machines in Gujarat, Says Election Commission

    Will Use Paper Trail (VVPAT) Machines in Gujarat, Says Election Commission

    The Gujarat assembly elections, slated for the end of this year, will be held using VVPATs - the Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail machines - along with Electronic Voting Machines, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court today

  • Gujarat Battle Shifted To Delhi, Delaying Counting Of Votes By Over 6 Hrs

    Gujarat Battle Shifted To Delhi, Delaying Counting Of Votes By Over 6 Hrs

    The counting for elections for three Gujarat Rajya Sabha started in Gandhinagar after the Election Commission accepted the Congress petition that votes cast by its two rebel lawmakers should be cancelled because they had shown their ballot paper to the BJP chief Amit Shah.

  • Babri Masjid Case: Mosque Can Be Built At A Distance, Says Shia Board

    Babri Masjid Case: Mosque Can Be Built At A Distance, Says Shia Board

    In the Ayodhya case, the Supreme Court was told today by the Shia board that a mosque can be built in a Muslim area at a reasonable distance from the Babri Masjid Ram Janambhoomi site.

  • Supreme Court Judge Withdraws From Hearing VK Sasikala's Review Petition

    Supreme Court Judge Withdraws From Hearing VK Sasikala's Review Petition

    A petition filed by AIADMK's VK Sasikala -- seeking review of her 4-year-jail term following conviction in a corruption case -- was deferred today after a judge who was to hear it, recused. Justice Rohinton Nariman, who was part of the two-judge bench withdrew after Sasikala pointed out that his father, eminent jurist and constitutional expert Fali...

  • NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    Locked in an intense political battle in Gujarat ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls next week, the ruling BJP and the Congress are on the same side on NOTA or the None of The Above option for voters.

  • Sasikala Plea Against Conviction To Be Heard Today, Wants Judge To Recuse

    Sasikala Plea Against Conviction To Be Heard Today, Wants Judge To Recuse

    A day before the Supreme Court takes up AIADMK leader VK Sasikala petition against her conviction, the Tamil Nadu politician sentenced to four years in jail has asked that the top court's Justice Rohinton Nariman should not hear her case.

  • 'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    It is virtually impossible to use Aadhaar to track citizens, the agency that has issued the identification number to millions of Indians told the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The Unique Identification Authority of India, or UIDAI, said there were safeguards built into the law and its systems to ensure that the government could not use Aadhaar for surv...

  • 10-Year-Old Rape Survivor Can't Have Abortion, Says Supreme Court

    10-Year-Old Rape Survivor Can't Have Abortion, Says Supreme Court

    10-year-old raped by her uncle will not be allowed to have an abortion, the Supreme Court ruled today, rejecting her parents' petition. The court said it was basing its decision on the assessment of doctors who said that a medical termination was not safe for the girl. She is 32 weeks pregnant.

  • No Immediate Arrest Under Dowry Harassment Law, Says Supreme Court

    No Immediate Arrest Under Dowry Harassment Law, Says Supreme Court

    Immediate arrests - an integral process followed by the police in dowry harassment cases - was ruled out by the Supreme Court. The top court said as in any other case, the police will now have to conduct a preliminary inquiry before making any arrest.

  • Supreme Court Clears Indu Sarkar. Sanjay Gandhi's 'Secret Daughter' Says Game Not Over

    Supreme Court Clears <i>Indu Sarkar</i>. Sanjay Gandhi's 'Secret Daughter' Says Game Not Over

    Indu Sarkar, a film set in the backdrop of Emergency can be released on Friday. The Supreme Court today dismissed a petition to stop release of the movie filed by a woman who claims that Sanjay Gandhi was her biological father. The court held "national interest or the right to know is more paramount than an individual's reputation".

'A Vaidyanathan' - 229 Video Result(s)

'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    Centre, Tamil Nadu On Same Page To Exempt NEET. But There's One Challenge

    The students of Tamil Nadu who have passed NEET, the all-India medical entrance test, plan to take on the government's move to scrap this year's exams and introduce it from next year. And senior advocate Nalini Chidambaram -- the wife of former Union Minister P Chidambaram - who is representing them, said the state and the Centre had entered a dea...

  • Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Can't Travel Abroad Without Joining Investigation: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Union Minister P Chidambaram, must join investigation in the corruption case in which he has been named, the Supreme Court said today. The businessman, who is also a Congress member, should appear before the Central Bureau of Investigation for questioning and cannot travel abroad, the court said. The matter will...

  • PM Modi Meeting Expected To Spur AIADMK Merger: 10 Developments

    PM Modi Meeting Expected To Spur AIADMK Merger: 10 Developments

    The two competing factions of Tamil Nadu's ruling party are trying to accelerate their plans to reunite with the action shifting from Chennai to Delhi today. The leaders of the two wings, former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam ("OPS") and his successor, E Palaniswami ("EPS"), were in the capital to attend the oath-taking ceremony of Venkaiah Naidu a...

  • In Setback For Sahara, Court Rejects Plea To Stop Aamby Valley Auction

    In Setback For Sahara, Court Rejects Plea To Stop Aamby Valley Auction

    The Supreme Court had last month directed the Bombay High Court liquidator to start the process of selling Sahara's Aamby Valley property.

  • Teams EPS And OPS Work On Merger, Likely Meeting With PM Modi: 10 Facts

    Teams EPS And OPS Work On Merger, Likely Meeting With PM Modi: 10 Facts

    After months of one step forward and several back, the competing factions of Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK have agreed in principle to merge, with leaders talking of a union by August 15. The leaders of the two wings, former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam ("OPS") and his successor, E Palaniswami ("EPS"), are expected to meet Prime Minister Narendra Mo...

  • Will Use Paper Trail (VVPAT) Machines in Gujarat, Says Election Commission

    Will Use Paper Trail (VVPAT) Machines in Gujarat, Says Election Commission

    The Gujarat assembly elections, slated for the end of this year, will be held using VVPATs - the Voter-Verified Paper Audit Trail machines - along with Electronic Voting Machines, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court today

  • Gujarat Battle Shifted To Delhi, Delaying Counting Of Votes By Over 6 Hrs

    Gujarat Battle Shifted To Delhi, Delaying Counting Of Votes By Over 6 Hrs

    The counting for elections for three Gujarat Rajya Sabha started in Gandhinagar after the Election Commission accepted the Congress petition that votes cast by its two rebel lawmakers should be cancelled because they had shown their ballot paper to the BJP chief Amit Shah.

  • Babri Masjid Case: Mosque Can Be Built At A Distance, Says Shia Board

    Babri Masjid Case: Mosque Can Be Built At A Distance, Says Shia Board

    In the Ayodhya case, the Supreme Court was told today by the Shia board that a mosque can be built in a Muslim area at a reasonable distance from the Babri Masjid Ram Janambhoomi site.

  • Supreme Court Judge Withdraws From Hearing VK Sasikala's Review Petition

    Supreme Court Judge Withdraws From Hearing VK Sasikala's Review Petition

    A petition filed by AIADMK's VK Sasikala -- seeking review of her 4-year-jail term following conviction in a corruption case -- was deferred today after a judge who was to hear it, recused. Justice Rohinton Nariman, who was part of the two-judge bench withdrew after Sasikala pointed out that his father, eminent jurist and constitutional expert Fali...

  • NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    Locked in an intense political battle in Gujarat ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls next week, the ruling BJP and the Congress are on the same side on NOTA or the None of The Above option for voters.

  • Sasikala Plea Against Conviction To Be Heard Today, Wants Judge To Recuse

    Sasikala Plea Against Conviction To Be Heard Today, Wants Judge To Recuse

    A day before the Supreme Court takes up AIADMK leader VK Sasikala petition against her conviction, the Tamil Nadu politician sentenced to four years in jail has asked that the top court's Justice Rohinton Nariman should not hear her case.

  • 'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    'Impossible To Use Aadhaar To Track Citizens', Supreme Court Told

    It is virtually impossible to use Aadhaar to track citizens, the agency that has issued the identification number to millions of Indians told the Supreme Court on Tuesday. The Unique Identification Authority of India, or UIDAI, said there were safeguards built into the law and its systems to ensure that the government could not use Aadhaar for surv...

  • 10-Year-Old Rape Survivor Can't Have Abortion, Says Supreme Court

    10-Year-Old Rape Survivor Can't Have Abortion, Says Supreme Court

    10-year-old raped by her uncle will not be allowed to have an abortion, the Supreme Court ruled today, rejecting her parents' petition. The court said it was basing its decision on the assessment of doctors who said that a medical termination was not safe for the girl. She is 32 weeks pregnant.

  • No Immediate Arrest Under Dowry Harassment Law, Says Supreme Court

    No Immediate Arrest Under Dowry Harassment Law, Says Supreme Court

    Immediate arrests - an integral process followed by the police in dowry harassment cases - was ruled out by the Supreme Court. The top court said as in any other case, the police will now have to conduct a preliminary inquiry before making any arrest.

  • Supreme Court Clears Indu Sarkar. Sanjay Gandhi's 'Secret Daughter' Says Game Not Over

    Supreme Court Clears <i>Indu Sarkar</i>. Sanjay Gandhi's 'Secret Daughter' Says Game Not Over

    Indu Sarkar, a film set in the backdrop of Emergency can be released on Friday. The Supreme Court today dismissed a petition to stop release of the movie filed by a woman who claims that Sanjay Gandhi was her biological father. The court held "national interest or the right to know is more paramount than an individual's reputation".

  • Supreme Court Bars N Srinivasan And Niranjan Shah From Attending BCCI SGM

    Supreme Court Bars N Srinivasan And Niranjan Shah From Attending BCCI SGM

    The Supreme Court will decide whether the disqualified member can attend the meeting as a nominee of the state association on August 18.

  • Supreme Court Refuses To Reopen 215 Cases In Kashmiri Pandits' Killings

    Supreme Court Refuses To Reopen 215 Cases In Kashmiri Pandits' Killings

    The Supreme Court today refused to re-open investigation in 215 cases relating to the murder of more than 700 Kashmiri Pandits in Jammu and Kashmir in the 1990s, which led to a mass exodus of people from the community. The petitioner had sought that separatists like Yasin Mailk and Bitta Karate, named in the first information reports (FIRs), be in...

  • Centre To Amend Election Law, NRIs May Get To e-Vote. By When? Asks Supreme Court

    Centre To Amend Election Law, NRIs May Get To e-Vote. By When? Asks Supreme Court

    In a major relief to Non-Resident Indians or NRIs keen to be part of the electoral process in their home country, the government today told the Supreme Court that it is ready to amend the election law to allow them to cast their vote through e-voting without having to fly from their respective countries.

  • Aadhaar Case: Apple Gets Your Personal Data, Why Not The State, Asks Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Case: Apple Gets Your Personal Data, Why Not The State, Asks Supreme Court

    While hearing a challenge to the government's massive biometric or "Aadhaar" database, the Supreme Court today said that companies like Apple already have access to the personal data of users. "When one can share personal data with private players like Apple, why not share with it with the government? What's the difference?" asked Justice DY Chandr...

  • Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    The right to privacy is not absolute and cannot be catalogued as it includes everything, a Supreme Court judge said on Wednesday. A nine-judge bench is revisiting the question of privacy 55 years after the Supreme Court decided that it is not a basic right for citizens. The decision of the judges is pivotal to petitions that challenge making the Aa...

  • As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    A nine-judge constitution bench will begin hearing arguments today on whether privacy is a fundamental right of citizens, a question which is pivotal in a case in the Supreme Court challenging the Aadhaar scheme.

  • 'Rain Or Sun, Agitation Won't Stop': Tamil Nadu Farmers Return To Delhi

    'Rain Or Sun, Agitation Won't Stop': Tamil Nadu Farmers Return To Delhi

    After their 41-day protest in the national capital earlier this year, distressed farmers from Tamil Nadu returned to Jantar Mantar with skulls and bones to resume their agitation for a loan waiver and drought-relief package. The government's promises remain unfulfilled, they claim. But this time, they say, they are more determined than ever.

  • 'We'll Protect You,' Top Court Tells Parents Of Man Killed By Biren Singh's Son

    'We'll Protect You,' Top Court Tells Parents Of Man Killed By Biren Singh's Son

    The parents of a 19-year-old, who was killed in a road rage incident in 2011 by Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh's son, and their lawyer will be provided CISF and CRPF security cover, the Supreme Court today said.

  • Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    A nine-judge constitution bench will decide whether privacy is a fundamental right enshrined in the constitution, a question which is pivotal in a case challenging the Aadhar scheme for Indians.

  • Admissions To IITs Stopped by Supreme Court Over 'Bonus Marks'

    Admissions To IITs Stopped by Supreme Court Over 'Bonus Marks'

    Admission of students to the Indian Institutes of Technology and other top engineering colleges was halted by the Supreme Court today that is hearing complaints that the bonus marks were wrongly awarded to candidates who appeared in this year's Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced. Over 50,000 students had qualified to study in leading state-r...

  • No, Ganga And Yamuna Are Not Living Entities, Says Supreme Court

    No, Ganga And Yamuna Are Not Living Entities, Says Supreme Court

    The Yamuna and Ganga are not to be considered living entities, said the Supreme Court today, cancelling an earlier verdict that gave the rivers the same legal rights as a person.

  • Stop Banks From Humiliating Farmers, Supreme Court Tells Tamil Nadu

    Stop Banks From Humiliating Farmers, Supreme Court Tells Tamil Nadu

    The government's job is to prevent farmers from committing suicide and not distribute compensation after they have died, the Supreme Court told Tamil Nadu in strong words today, asking it to ensure that no coercive action is taken against farmers who default on loans by installing a process by which they can report misbehavior by bank officials try...

  • If Fake Caste Certificate Got You The Job, Face Punishment: Supreme Court

    If Fake Caste Certificate Got You The Job, Face Punishment: Supreme Court

    Those who secure jobs and admissions in educational institutions in the reserved category on the basis of fake caste certificates would lose them and be punished, the Supreme Court said today.

  • Stung By Justice Karnan, Supreme Court Says Must Review Judges' Selection

    Stung By Justice Karnan, Supreme Court Says Must Review Judges' Selection

    Retired Justice CS Karnan's conduct that led the Supreme Court to send him to jail for six months for contempt underscores the need to revisit the way judges are selected, two senior Supreme Court judges have ruled. The judges also noted that a process should be in place to deal with such cases in future.

  • End Centre's Monopoly in Election Commission Appointment: Supreme Court

    End Centre's Monopoly in Election Commission Appointment: Supreme Court

    Parliament should enact a law to spell out the procedure for appointing the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioner, the Supreme Court observed on Wednesday, suggesting that the government's monopoly to make the choice should end.

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