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  • New Board To Take Over Unitech As Top Court Approves Centre's Proposal

    New Board To Take Over Unitech As Top Court Approves Centre's Proposal

    The new board chaired by Mr Malik will file a report on the resolution framework to sort out the housing mess of Unitech within two months.

  • Nirbhaya Case: Convict's Claim He Was A Minor Dismissed By Supreme Court

    Nirbhaya Case: Convict's Claim He Was A Minor Dismissed By Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today rejected the claim of one of the four Nirbhaya case convicts that he was underage at the time of the incident, days before they are to be hanged on February 1. The court said an age claim rejected earlier, cannot be raised again.

  • "He's Much Higher Than Bharat Ratna": Supreme Court On Plea For Mahatma

    "He's Much Higher Than Bharat Ratna": Supreme Court On Plea For Mahatma

    Mahatma Gandhi is the Father of the Nation and people hold him in high esteem which is far beyond any formal recognition, the Supreme Court said on Friday, refusing to direct the government to honour him with the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award.

  • Telecom Companies To Pay Rs 92,000 Crore As Dues To Government; Top Court Rejects Plea For Review

    Telecom Companies To Pay Rs 92,000 Crore As Dues To Government; Top Court Rejects Plea For Review

    In a major setback for mobile service providers, the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected telecom companies' plea seeking a review of its earlier order that allowed the government to collect dues worth Rs 92,000 crore from them. "Applications for hearing in open court/oral hearing are rejected. Having perused the review petitions and the connected pa...

  • PMC Scam: Accused Father-Son To Be In Jail, Top Court Holds House Arrest

    PMC Scam: Accused Father-Son To Be In Jail, Top Court Holds House Arrest

    Promoters of the real estate firm HDIL at the centre of the massive PMC Bank scam will remain in a Mumbai jail for now. The Supreme Court on Thursday put on hold a high court order that allowed them to be placed under house arrest.

  • What Tatas Said In Supreme Court Against Cyrus Mistry's Return: 5 Quotes

    What Tatas Said In Supreme Court Against Cyrus Mistry's Return: 5 Quotes

    Tata Sons approached the Supreme Court today challenging the restoration of Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of the group by company law tribunal NCLAT last month. Cyrus Mistry was restored as the executive chairman of Tata Sons, one of the country's oldest and largest business houses, on December 18 by the National Company Law Appellate Trib...

  • Tata Sons Goes To Supreme Court Over Cyrus Mistry's Reappointment

    Tata Sons Goes To Supreme Court Over Cyrus Mistry's Reappointment

    Tata Sons approached the Supreme Court today challenging the restoration of Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of the group by company law tribunal NCLAT last month.

  • No Supreme Court Stay On Citizenship Act, Hearing On 60 Petitions In January

    No Supreme Court Stay On Citizenship Act, Hearing On 60 Petitions In January

    The Supreme Court has asked the centre to respond to 59 petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the controversial new citizenship law. The court also declined to stay implementation of the law and posted the matter for January 22, 2020

  • Death For Nirbhaya Convict, Confirms Supreme Court, Review Dismissed

    Death For Nirbhaya Convict, Confirms Supreme Court, Review Dismissed

    The four men convicted in the 2012 gang-rape, torture and killing of a young medical student in Delhi are a step closer to being hanged after the Supreme Court today dismissed the last review petition in the case, filed by one of the convicts. Confirming the death sentence of convict Akshay Kumar Singh, the court said he had the option of pleading ...

  • Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has opted out of hearing a petition in the Nirbhaya case, saying one of the advocates who represented the woman is a family member. A new bench will begin hearing the case tomorrow morning.

  • 'Go To High Courts': Top Court On Petitions Against Crackdown On Students

    'Go To High Courts': Top Court On Petitions Against Crackdown On Students

    The Supreme Court has declined to initiate a judicial probe into the police action during the protests by the students of Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening during protests against the citizenship law. A high court can appoint committees for fact-finding, the top court said today, asking th...

  • "Religion Must Be Viewed Pan-India": Top Court On Hindus-As-Minorities Plea

    "Religion Must Be Viewed Pan-India": Top Court On Hindus-As-Minorities Plea

    Religion does not have borders and must be viewed in a pan-India context, the Supreme Court said this morning while dismissing a petition asking for grant of benefits to Hindu communities that are in the minority in some states

  • Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Over a week after four people accused of raping and murdering a veterinarian were shot dead by the police in Telangana, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Monday constituted a panel of two Supreme Court judges to speed up sexual assault cases that remain stalled in courts across the country.

  • Top Court Wants Guidelines For RTI Use, Says "Cannot Be Unrivalled Right"

    Top Court Wants Guidelines For RTI Use, Says "Cannot Be Unrivalled Right"

    The Right To Information Act (RTI) is being abused the Supreme Court said this morning, adding that guidelines needed to be framed to stop that abuse. The court also said it gave the centre 3 months to complete appointments to CIC

  • "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    The "rioting" must stop and there should be peace, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said on Monday to a request to take note of police action on students at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening during protests against the citizenship law.

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'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • New Board To Take Over Unitech As Top Court Approves Centre's Proposal

    New Board To Take Over Unitech As Top Court Approves Centre's Proposal

    The new board chaired by Mr Malik will file a report on the resolution framework to sort out the housing mess of Unitech within two months.

  • Nirbhaya Case: Convict's Claim He Was A Minor Dismissed By Supreme Court

    Nirbhaya Case: Convict's Claim He Was A Minor Dismissed By Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today rejected the claim of one of the four Nirbhaya case convicts that he was underage at the time of the incident, days before they are to be hanged on February 1. The court said an age claim rejected earlier, cannot be raised again.

  • "He's Much Higher Than Bharat Ratna": Supreme Court On Plea For Mahatma

    "He's Much Higher Than Bharat Ratna": Supreme Court On Plea For Mahatma

    Mahatma Gandhi is the Father of the Nation and people hold him in high esteem which is far beyond any formal recognition, the Supreme Court said on Friday, refusing to direct the government to honour him with the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award.

  • Telecom Companies To Pay Rs 92,000 Crore As Dues To Government; Top Court Rejects Plea For Review

    Telecom Companies To Pay Rs 92,000 Crore As Dues To Government; Top Court Rejects Plea For Review

    In a major setback for mobile service providers, the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected telecom companies' plea seeking a review of its earlier order that allowed the government to collect dues worth Rs 92,000 crore from them. "Applications for hearing in open court/oral hearing are rejected. Having perused the review petitions and the connected pa...

  • PMC Scam: Accused Father-Son To Be In Jail, Top Court Holds House Arrest

    PMC Scam: Accused Father-Son To Be In Jail, Top Court Holds House Arrest

    Promoters of the real estate firm HDIL at the centre of the massive PMC Bank scam will remain in a Mumbai jail for now. The Supreme Court on Thursday put on hold a high court order that allowed them to be placed under house arrest.

  • What Tatas Said In Supreme Court Against Cyrus Mistry's Return: 5 Quotes

    What Tatas Said In Supreme Court Against Cyrus Mistry's Return: 5 Quotes

    Tata Sons approached the Supreme Court today challenging the restoration of Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of the group by company law tribunal NCLAT last month. Cyrus Mistry was restored as the executive chairman of Tata Sons, one of the country's oldest and largest business houses, on December 18 by the National Company Law Appellate Trib...

  • Tata Sons Goes To Supreme Court Over Cyrus Mistry's Reappointment

    Tata Sons Goes To Supreme Court Over Cyrus Mistry's Reappointment

    Tata Sons approached the Supreme Court today challenging the restoration of Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of the group by company law tribunal NCLAT last month.

  • No Supreme Court Stay On Citizenship Act, Hearing On 60 Petitions In January

    No Supreme Court Stay On Citizenship Act, Hearing On 60 Petitions In January

    The Supreme Court has asked the centre to respond to 59 petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the controversial new citizenship law. The court also declined to stay implementation of the law and posted the matter for January 22, 2020

  • Death For Nirbhaya Convict, Confirms Supreme Court, Review Dismissed

    Death For Nirbhaya Convict, Confirms Supreme Court, Review Dismissed

    The four men convicted in the 2012 gang-rape, torture and killing of a young medical student in Delhi are a step closer to being hanged after the Supreme Court today dismissed the last review petition in the case, filed by one of the convicts. Confirming the death sentence of convict Akshay Kumar Singh, the court said he had the option of pleading ...

  • Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has opted out of hearing a petition in the Nirbhaya case, saying one of the advocates who represented the woman is a family member. A new bench will begin hearing the case tomorrow morning.

  • 'Go To High Courts': Top Court On Petitions Against Crackdown On Students

    'Go To High Courts': Top Court On Petitions Against Crackdown On Students

    The Supreme Court has declined to initiate a judicial probe into the police action during the protests by the students of Delhi's Jamia Millia Islamia and Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening during protests against the citizenship law. A high court can appoint committees for fact-finding, the top court said today, asking th...

  • "Religion Must Be Viewed Pan-India": Top Court On Hindus-As-Minorities Plea

    "Religion Must Be Viewed Pan-India": Top Court On Hindus-As-Minorities Plea

    Religion does not have borders and must be viewed in a pan-India context, the Supreme Court said this morning while dismissing a petition asking for grant of benefits to Hindu communities that are in the minority in some states

  • Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Over a week after four people accused of raping and murdering a veterinarian were shot dead by the police in Telangana, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Monday constituted a panel of two Supreme Court judges to speed up sexual assault cases that remain stalled in courts across the country.

  • Top Court Wants Guidelines For RTI Use, Says "Cannot Be Unrivalled Right"

    Top Court Wants Guidelines For RTI Use, Says "Cannot Be Unrivalled Right"

    The Right To Information Act (RTI) is being abused the Supreme Court said this morning, adding that guidelines needed to be framed to stop that abuse. The court also said it gave the centre 3 months to complete appointments to CIC

  • "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    The "rioting" must stop and there should be peace, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said on Monday to a request to take note of police action on students at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening during protests against the citizenship law.

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