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  • Top Court Rejects Petition Against Arun Jaitley, Fines Lawyer Rs 50,000

    Top Court Rejects Petition Against Arun Jaitley, Fines Lawyer Rs 50,000

    The Supreme Court has rejected a petition against Arun Jaitley over RBI reserves and has fined the lawyer who approached the court.

  • Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    A petition seeking urgent hearing on allegations against former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in the light of Justice Kurian Joseph's remarks that he was under "external influence" while taking decisions was declined by the Supreme Court today.

  • "You Tolerated Fight Since July, Why Urgent Move": Top Court On CBI Chief

    "You Tolerated Fight Since July, Why Urgent Move": Top Court On CBI Chief

    The government and the Chief Vigilance Commission today confronted questions in the Supreme Court over the sudden, overnight order to send the CBI's top two Alok Verma and Rakesh Asthana on leave after "tolerating" their fight since July.

  • "CBI's Top 2 Were Fighting Like Kilkenny Cats," Centre Tells Top Court

    "CBI's Top 2 Were Fighting Like Kilkenny Cats," Centre Tells Top Court

    The top two officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation were "fighting like cats", the government told the Supreme Court today, arguing that it was forced to strip CBI chief Alok Verma of his powers "in larger public interest to ensure institutional integrity". The government also said both officers, Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana, we...

  • Tax Assessment For Sonia, Rahul Gandhi To Continue, Says Supreme Court

    Tax Assessment For Sonia, Rahul Gandhi To Continue, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has allowed the Income Tax department to continue with the tax reassessment for the year 2011-12 of Congress President Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi in a case related to the National Herald newspaper.

  • "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    The Supreme Court has refused to hear the Krishna-Godavari basin gas production dispute between the Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and the government saying the court would rather look into more important cases.

  • No Protests At Chennai's Marina Beach, Says The Supreme Court

    No Protests At Chennai's Marina Beach, Says The Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Madras High Court's order banning protests at the Chennai's Marina Beach. The high court had earlier said that it is a tourist place and if protests are allowed it will create law and order problems.

  • Can Dileep Get Kerala Actress Attack Video, Top Court To Decide Next Week

    Can Dileep Get Kerala Actress Attack Video, Top Court To Decide Next Week

    Malayalam actor Dileep, one of the accused in the kidnapping and sexual assault of an actress, has approached the Supreme Court seeking a copy of the memory card that contains the visuals of the attack. The court will take up the case on December 11.

  • Election Body Admits Cameras Failed For Over An Hour At EVM Strongroom

    Election Body Admits Cameras Failed For Over An Hour At EVM Strongroom

    The Election Commission has admitted that CCTV cameras installed at a Bhopal strong room where electronic voting machines (EVMs) were stored after the Madhya Pradesh polls did not function for over an hour due to an unprecedented power cut on Friday, resulting in a blackout that provoked accusations of tampering from opposition parties.

  • "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    There is no regret in going public against then Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in January because the press conference by four sitting top court judges was held for a "cause," Justice Kurian Joseph said today, a day after his retirement from the Supreme Court.

  • "Showed No Fear Or Favour": Justice Kurian Joseph On His Top Court Days

    "Showed No Fear Or Favour": Justice Kurian Joseph On His Top Court Days

    Justice Kurian Joseph retired from the Supreme Court on Thursday, but not before giving his colleagues some pragmatic advice on dealing with challenges facing the legal system today. "The silence of lawmen has done more harm than the violence of laymen," he said in a likely reference to the law-and-order situation in many parts of the country, but ...

  • "Life Is Worthwhile With A Smile": Justice Kurian Joseph Signs Off

    "Life Is Worthwhile With A Smile": Justice Kurian Joseph Signs Off

    Justice Kurian Joseph, number three of the Supreme Court's top ten judges retired on Thursday, with an advice - "life is worthwhile with a smile" - to advocates. Addressing colleagues on his last working day, Justice Joseph said, "When you smile others also smile."

  • Students Aged 25 And Above Can Take Undergraduate Medical Entrance Test 2019

    Students Aged 25 And Above Can Take Undergraduate Medical Entrance Test 2019

    Candidates aged 25 years and above can appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET for admissions to undergraduate medical courses for the year 2019, the Supreme Court ruledtoday.

  • CBI To Probe 16 More Bihar Shelter Home Sex Abuse Cases: Supreme Court

    CBI To Probe 16 More Bihar Shelter Home Sex Abuse Cases: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, transferred all cases related to sexual abuses at shelter homes, to the CBI. Besides the Muzffarpur case, 16 more cases will now be probed by the CBI. The top court has directed the investigating agency to the file the status reports on January 31.

  • "Are Children Not Citizens?" Top Court Slams Bihar In Shelter Home Cases

    "Are Children Not Citizens?" Top Court Slams Bihar In Shelter Home Cases

    The Bihar government was pulled up by the Supreme Court today for not filing cases under the relevant law on allegations of sexual assault on children at shelter homes in the state. The top court was hearing a case of multiple rapes at a shelter home in Muzaffarpur when it found faults in the way the Bihar government has been handling cases, as a p...

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  • Top Court Rejects Petition Against Arun Jaitley, Fines Lawyer Rs 50,000

    Top Court Rejects Petition Against Arun Jaitley, Fines Lawyer Rs 50,000

    The Supreme Court has rejected a petition against Arun Jaitley over RBI reserves and has fined the lawyer who approached the court.

  • Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    A petition seeking urgent hearing on allegations against former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in the light of Justice Kurian Joseph's remarks that he was under "external influence" while taking decisions was declined by the Supreme Court today.

  • "You Tolerated Fight Since July, Why Urgent Move": Top Court On CBI Chief

    "You Tolerated Fight Since July, Why Urgent Move": Top Court On CBI Chief

    The government and the Chief Vigilance Commission today confronted questions in the Supreme Court over the sudden, overnight order to send the CBI's top two Alok Verma and Rakesh Asthana on leave after "tolerating" their fight since July.

  • "CBI's Top 2 Were Fighting Like Kilkenny Cats," Centre Tells Top Court

    "CBI's Top 2 Were Fighting Like Kilkenny Cats," Centre Tells Top Court

    The top two officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation were "fighting like cats", the government told the Supreme Court today, arguing that it was forced to strip CBI chief Alok Verma of his powers "in larger public interest to ensure institutional integrity". The government also said both officers, Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana, we...

  • Tax Assessment For Sonia, Rahul Gandhi To Continue, Says Supreme Court

    Tax Assessment For Sonia, Rahul Gandhi To Continue, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court has allowed the Income Tax department to continue with the tax reassessment for the year 2011-12 of Congress President Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi in a case related to the National Herald newspaper.

  • "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    The Supreme Court has refused to hear the Krishna-Godavari basin gas production dispute between the Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and the government saying the court would rather look into more important cases.

  • No Protests At Chennai's Marina Beach, Says The Supreme Court

    No Protests At Chennai's Marina Beach, Says The Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Madras High Court's order banning protests at the Chennai's Marina Beach. The high court had earlier said that it is a tourist place and if protests are allowed it will create law and order problems.

  • Can Dileep Get Kerala Actress Attack Video, Top Court To Decide Next Week

    Can Dileep Get Kerala Actress Attack Video, Top Court To Decide Next Week

    Malayalam actor Dileep, one of the accused in the kidnapping and sexual assault of an actress, has approached the Supreme Court seeking a copy of the memory card that contains the visuals of the attack. The court will take up the case on December 11.

  • Election Body Admits Cameras Failed For Over An Hour At EVM Strongroom

    Election Body Admits Cameras Failed For Over An Hour At EVM Strongroom

    The Election Commission has admitted that CCTV cameras installed at a Bhopal strong room where electronic voting machines (EVMs) were stored after the Madhya Pradesh polls did not function for over an hour due to an unprecedented power cut on Friday, resulting in a blackout that provoked accusations of tampering from opposition parties.

  • "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    There is no regret in going public against then Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in January because the press conference by four sitting top court judges was held for a "cause," Justice Kurian Joseph said today, a day after his retirement from the Supreme Court.

  • "Showed No Fear Or Favour": Justice Kurian Joseph On His Top Court Days

    "Showed No Fear Or Favour": Justice Kurian Joseph On His Top Court Days

    Justice Kurian Joseph retired from the Supreme Court on Thursday, but not before giving his colleagues some pragmatic advice on dealing with challenges facing the legal system today. "The silence of lawmen has done more harm than the violence of laymen," he said in a likely reference to the law-and-order situation in many parts of the country, but ...

  • "Life Is Worthwhile With A Smile": Justice Kurian Joseph Signs Off

    "Life Is Worthwhile With A Smile": Justice Kurian Joseph Signs Off

    Justice Kurian Joseph, number three of the Supreme Court's top ten judges retired on Thursday, with an advice - "life is worthwhile with a smile" - to advocates. Addressing colleagues on his last working day, Justice Joseph said, "When you smile others also smile."

  • Students Aged 25 And Above Can Take Undergraduate Medical Entrance Test 2019

    Students Aged 25 And Above Can Take Undergraduate Medical Entrance Test 2019

    Candidates aged 25 years and above can appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET for admissions to undergraduate medical courses for the year 2019, the Supreme Court ruledtoday.

  • CBI To Probe 16 More Bihar Shelter Home Sex Abuse Cases: Supreme Court

    CBI To Probe 16 More Bihar Shelter Home Sex Abuse Cases: Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, transferred all cases related to sexual abuses at shelter homes, to the CBI. Besides the Muzffarpur case, 16 more cases will now be probed by the CBI. The top court has directed the investigating agency to the file the status reports on January 31.

  • "Are Children Not Citizens?" Top Court Slams Bihar In Shelter Home Cases

    "Are Children Not Citizens?" Top Court Slams Bihar In Shelter Home Cases

    The Bihar government was pulled up by the Supreme Court today for not filing cases under the relevant law on allegations of sexual assault on children at shelter homes in the state. The top court was hearing a case of multiple rapes at a shelter home in Muzaffarpur when it found faults in the way the Bihar government has been handling cases, as a p...

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