South | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin; Edited by Mala Das | Friday October 17, 2014
Whether that happens could be decided today by the Supreme Court, which is scheduled to hear the politician's request for bail.
Cheat Sheet | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Friday October 17, 2014
The AIADMK is unlikely to celebrate its 43rd birthday tomorrow unless its chief J Jayalalithaa gets bail. The Supreme Court will hear the bail petition of the former Tamil Nadu chief minister, who has been in a Bangalore jail for almost two weeks aft...
Who Said What | NDTV.com | Tuesday July 22, 2014
Eminent jurists are now stressing on the need for judicial reform after sensational claims made by former Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju about how an allegedly corrupt judge was allowed to continue in the Madras High Court 10 years ago a...
India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan; Edited by Abhinav Bhatt | Monday March 3, 2014
In a major embarrassment for the government, the man heading the search for the nine members of the Lokpal or national anti-corruption ombudsman has quit his assignment.
India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday February 27, 2014
Senior lawyer Fali Nariman has refused to participate in the process of selecting India's first ever Lokpal, or national anti-corruption ombudsman, weeks after a controversy over Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's nominee for the Lokpal selection commit...
India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 18, 2013
Press Council of India (PCI) chairperson Markandey Katju, under attack from BJP leader Arun Jaitley, has been praised by noted jurist Fali S Nariman for his newspaper article which was critical of Narendra Modi.
Sports News | Press Trust of India | Saturday July 24, 2010
Against the backdrop of recent controversies raising questions on the functioning of sports bodies in the country, noted jurist Fali S Nariman on Saturday said that they should not be left uncontrolled and must be made answerable to the public.
India News | NDTV Correspondent | Friday August 28, 2009
Fali Nariman, one of country's top lawyers and constitutional experts, will file a petition in Supreme Court against the ban on Jaswant Singh's book.