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  • Row Over Voting Machines Reach Supreme Court, Election Panel Asked To Respond

    Row Over Voting Machines Reach Supreme Court, Election Panel Asked To Respond

    The controversy over the electronic voting machines that started from Lucknow after the BJP's massive win in Uttar Pradesh and triggered a discussion in Rajya Sabha this week has reached the Supreme Court. On Friday, the top court issued notice to the poll panel on a petition that wanted the machines to be tested by international computer experts. ...

  • Navjot Sidhu Gets Legal Go-Ahead For TV Shows, 'No Conflict Of Interest', Says Advocate General

    Navjot Sidhu Gets Legal Go-Ahead For TV Shows, 'No Conflict Of Interest', Says Advocate General

    Punjab's culture minister Navjot Sidhu can take part in television shows and there is "no conflict of interest" in it, feels the state's Advocate General Atul Nanda, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's office said today. The Chief Minister had sought the opinion of Advocate General on whether Mr Sidhu has to surrender his TV career as a minister. A ...

  • AIADMK Now Has 2 Versions, Poll Symbols Hat And Electric Pole: 10 Points

    AIADMK Now Has 2 Versions, Poll Symbols Hat And Electric Pole: 10 Points

    Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK will fight for its former chief minister J Jayalalithaa's seat under a new name - two in fact. Party chief VK Sasikala's faction will call itself AIADMK Amma, and rival O Panneerselvam's group will go by the name AIADMK Puratchi Thalaivi Amma. Both factions will also fight under new symbols after the Election Commission s...

  • Decision On AIADMK Poll Symbol Today, Sasikala Appointment Can Wait: Poll Panel

    Decision On AIADMK Poll Symbol Today, Sasikala Appointment Can Wait: Poll Panel

    The big battle for AIADMK's "two leaves" election symbol has started, with representatives from both VK Sasikala and O Panneerselvam camps making their representation before the Election Commission. A decision is expected today, in view of the coming contest for RK Nagar, Ms Jayalalithaa's constituency in Chennai that fell vacant after her death.

  • CBI Investigation Into Narada Sting Case Will Continue, Says Supreme Court

    CBI Investigation Into Narada Sting Case Will Continue, Says Supreme Court

    The CBI investigation into the Narada sting operation case -- in which several leaders of Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress were allegedly caught on camera taking money - will continue, the Supreme Court has said. The court today refused to put a stop to the investigation, turning down a petition by a group of Trinamool leaders.

  • But PM Narendra Modi Said End-March Was Deadline For Old Notes, Says Supreme Court

    But PM Narendra Modi Said End-March Was Deadline For Old Notes, Says Supreme Court

    The government will decide within two weeks whether those who failed to deposit banned 500- and 1,000-rupee notes can be granted an opportunity to turn in the high-denomination currency.

  • Ayodhya Ram Mandir Issue: Supreme Court Suggests Out-Of-Court Settlement - 10 Facts

    Ayodhya Ram Mandir Issue: Supreme Court Suggests Out-Of-Court Settlement - 10 Facts

    The Ram temple in Ayodhya is a "sensitive", "sentimental issue" and should be sorted outside court through discussion, the Supreme Court has said. The top court said it would step in only if the matter can't be resolved through talks. A decision in the matter has been pending since 2010, when the Supreme Court put a freeze on a judgment by the Alla...

  • Bar Convicted Politicians From Polls For Life, Election Body Tells Court

    Bar Convicted Politicians From Polls For Life, Election Body Tells Court

    Days after completing elections in five states where every fifth lawmaker has a serious criminal case, the Election Commission has told the Supreme Court that it wanted trials against elected representatives put on a fast track and those convicted barred from electoral politics for life, not just six years.

  • Uphaar Cinema Fire Case: Gopal Ansal Makes Last Ditch Effort To Avoid Jail, Appeals To President

    Uphaar Cinema Fire Case: Gopal Ansal Makes Last Ditch Effort To Avoid Jail, Appeals To President

    Failing to get any leeway from the Supreme Court in the Uphaar cinema fire case, real estate baron Gopal Ansal -- who has to serve seven months in jail -- has now appealed to the President for relief.

  • Sasikala Camp Meets Poll Commission, Defends Her Election As AIADMK Chief

    Sasikala Camp Meets Poll Commission, Defends Her Election As AIADMK Chief

    A day after rebel leader O Panneerselvam made a bid for AIADMK's two-leaf election symbol and challenged the leadership of VK Sasikala, her camp met the Election Commission to present their case. Led by party's parliamentarian M Thambidurai, the delegation justified the election of Sasikala as General Secretary, which had been challenged by Mr Pann...

  • Judges' Appointment: National Security To Count, Centre Can Say No

    Judges' Appointment: National Security To Count, Centre Can Say No

    The judges and the government have finally come to an agreement on the contentious issue of judicial appointments. The Supreme Court collegium has accepted the two conditions of the government: that the Centre has the right to refuse any appointment on the ground of national security; and a secretariat will be set up for better management and funct...

  • Judge vs Judges, As Calcutta High Court Justice CS Karnan Faces Warrant For Contempt: 10 Points

    Judge vs Judges, As Calcutta High Court Justice CS Karnan Faces Warrant For Contempt: 10 Points

    In a first, the Supreme Court today ordered a warrant against High Court Judge CS Karnan for skipping a contempt case hearing, to be served "personally" by the Bengal police chief. In another unprecedented move, Justice Karnan called a "court" on the lawns of his home in Kolkata and ordered the CBI to investigate the seven Supreme Court judges who ...

  • Uphaar Cinema Fire Tragedy: Builder Gopal Ansal Living On Charity, Claims Lawyer. Request Refused

    Uphaar Cinema Fire Tragedy: Builder Gopal Ansal Living On Charity, Claims Lawyer. Request Refused

    There is no getting away from jail for real estate tycoon Gopal Ansal, sentenced to a one-year jail term for the 1997 fire in Uphaar cinema fire that killed 59 people, the Supreme Court decided on Thursday. The top court ordered him to surrender by March 20. He will have to spend seven months behind bars since he had already spent four months in Ti...

  • 'Saree Thief' Whose Plight Provoked Court's Vijay Mallya Barb To Be Freed

    'Saree Thief' Whose Plight Provoked Court's Vijay Mallya Barb To Be Freed

    A Hyderabad man, whose one-year jail term for stealing all of five sarees had prompted the Supreme Court to contrast his plight with the big defaulters who enjoy life, will be set free. The Supreme Court on Wednesday forced the Telangana government to commit to the poor mans release, observing that if the state did not act then the court would pass...

  • One-Year Jail For Stealing 5 Sarees? Remember Vijay Mallya, Asks Supreme Court

    One-Year Jail For Stealing 5 Sarees? Remember Vijay Mallya, Asks Supreme Court

    For allegedly stealing five sarees, a man has been locked up in a Telangana prison for a year. Hearing a petition by his wife, the Supreme Court today took a dig at the state government: Remember Vijay Mallya?

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