World News | Reuters | Friday March 27, 2015
Indonesia is preparing to move a Filipina death row inmate for execution after she lost her appeal in the Supreme Court earlier this week, the attorney general's spokesman said today.
Press Trust of India | Friday March 27, 2015
The finalisation would lead to upfront payment of over Rs. 28,000 crores to the state exchequer by the successful bidders.
India News | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Thursday March 26, 2015
The results of the civil services exam for 2014-15 will be delayed owing to the Supreme Court scrapping the Jat reservation last week, sources told NDTV.
India News | Reported by Himanshu Shekhar Mishra, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday March 26, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today that his government would try to find a solution within the legal framework on reservations for the Jat community,
India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday March 26, 2015
Uttar Pradesh minister and senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan today distanced himself from the recent Supreme Court verdict scrapping the controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday March 26, 2015
A delegation of Jat leaders met Prime Minister Narendra Modi today after the Supreme Court quashed the OBC quota for the community, an official statement said.
India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan and Edited by Abhishek Chakraborty (with inputs from Reuters) | Thursday March 26, 2015
The sale of mobile phone airwaves, which has collected a record $17.6 billion or Rs. 1,09,874 crores in a spectrum auction stretching over 19 days of fierce bidding can be treated as final, the Supreme Court said today, which means the government can...
Thursday March 26, 2015
Victorious bidders need to pay a quarter to a third of the winning price within 10 days, and the rest in 10 annual installments beginning 2017
India News | Reported by Vishnu Som; Edited by Mala Das | Thursday March 26, 2015
The Indian Army has told the Supreme Court that it needs younger commanders, just like Pakistan and China, and that a policy for promotions to the rank of Colonel, introduced in 2009, should be left unchanged.
Thursday March 26, 2015
Reports suggest that the government was able to sell 89 per cent of the total spectrum across the various categories.
Thursday March 26, 2015
The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed till April 28 the order of Delhi High Court barring Indian pharmaceuticals major Glenmark from making, marketing or selling its anti-diabetes medicines in which US drug major Merck Sharp and Dohme (MSD) has claim...
India News | Wednesday March 25, 2015
Pakistan and China have younger Army commanders, so we need younger commanders too. This was Indian Armys main argument in the Supreme Court today while securing a stay on the Armed Forces Tribunal or AFT order that quashed a contentious promotion po...
Blog | Shreya Singhal | Wednesday March 25, 2015
I filed the petition challenging Section 66(A) of the IT Act, 2010, in 2012 after the arrests of the two young girls in Maharashtra, I was so shocked as to why they were arrested and even more so when I read the section 66(A) under which they were ar...
India News | Reported by Ketki Angre and Sanjay Tiwari, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Wednesday March 25, 2015
On National Highway 7, right in the middle of a lush, green forest near Maharashtra's Pench Tiger Reserve, is a stretch of land used by a quarter of the country's tiger population to move between the forests of central and southern India. This thickl...
India News | Reported by A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Amit Chaturvedi (With inputs from agencies) | Wednesday March 25, 2015
Former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has moved the Supreme Court against the order of a court that summoned him as an accused in a coal scam case.
NDTV Correspondent | Wednesday March 25, 2015
The Internet and Mobile Association of India made the statement soon after the Supreme Court judgement was announced.
India News | Nida Najar and Suhasini Raj | Wednesday March 25, 2015
The Indian Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down a section of a law that allowed the authorities to jail people for offensive online posts, in a judgment that was regarded as a landmark ruling on free speech in India.
Mishi Choudhary | Tuesday March 24, 2015
The Supreme Court has struck down Section 66A of the Information Technology Act. Indian citizens can speak out freely on public issues without any fear of retaliatory criminal prosecution.
Delhi News | Edited by Anindita Sanyal (With PTI inputs) | Wednesday March 25, 2015
On a day the Supreme Court struck down the Section 66A of IT Act for impinging on freedom of speech, the Principal of Delhi's prestigious St Stephen's College suspended a student-run e-magazine for not seeking his clearance on content. A one-man comm...
India News | Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan (with inputs from PTI) | Tuesday March 24, 2015
New Delhi, March 24 (PTI) After the Supreme Court today struck down Section 66 (A) of the Information Technology Act, which allowed arrests for offensive online content, the Congress acknowledged that the law enacted by its government in 2008 was poo...
India News | Reported by Rahul Shrivastava and A Vaidyanathan, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday March 24, 2015
Hours after the Supreme Court struck down the Section 66A of the Information and Technology Act, 2000, agreeing it infringed on free speech, the government said it was ready to amend the law if needed, "objectively" after "widest consultation".
Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday March 24, 2015
"Landmark judgement by Hon Supreme Court as it strikes down Sec 66(A) of IT Act. Freedom of thought & expression rightly upheld in a democracy," Madhur Bhandarkar tweeted
India News | Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Tuesday March 24, 2015
The Supreme Court has quashed Section 66(A) of the Information Technology Act on Tuesday, terming it "vague" and "unconstitutional". The controversial section has long been decried by activists, freedom of speech and internet freedom campaigners as b...
India News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday March 24, 2015
The end of a controversial law seen as an infringement of freedom of speech online marks a big victory for Shreya Singhal, the young law student who first challenged it in the Supreme Court.