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  • Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar Resigns, Cites 'Personal Reasons'

    Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar Resigns, Cites 'Personal Reasons'

    Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, the country's second-most senior legal officer, has resigned citing personal reasons.

  • Supreme Court To Review Its Verdict Which Diluted Anti-Dowry Law

    Supreme Court To Review Its Verdict Which Diluted Anti-Dowry Law

    Going against its own order, the Supreme Court has called for a review of the Anti-Dowry Law saying that the current law curtails the rights of women. The court will now reconsider the verdict delivered by another bench of the top court in July 2017, which stated that arrests could be made only after a preliminary probe by a panel police in dowry h...

  • State Can't Be Oblivious: What Supreme Court Said On Rohingya Refugees

    State Can't Be Oblivious: What Supreme Court Said On Rohingya Refugees

    Hearing a petition against deporting Rohingya people from the country, the Supreme Court today called the Rohingya situation in Myanmar a "huge humanitarian crisis", but stopped short of freezing a plan to expel the refugees after the centre pleaded that a stay order could have international ramifications.

  • 'Pained' That Communal Colour Given To Firecracker Ban, Says Top Court

    'Pained' That Communal Colour Given To Firecracker Ban, Says Top Court

    Refusing to relax its ban on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi and nearby towns till November 1, the Supreme Court today said it was "pained and sad" that a communal twist had been given to its order.

  • Should Sabarimala Shrine Allow Young Women? India's Top Judges To Decide

    Should Sabarimala Shrine Allow Young Women? India's Top Judges To Decide

    In the dispute over the ban on women entering the famous Sabarimala shrine in Kerala, the country's most senior judges will examine whether "a biological factor like menstruation" can be grounds for discriminating against women.

  • Himachal Pradesh Polls On November 9, Gujarat Before December 18

    Himachal Pradesh Polls On November 9, Gujarat Before December 18

    Assembly elections will be held in Himachal Pradesh on November 9 this year and votes will be counted on December 18, the Election Commission said today. It has not yet announced dates for assembly elections in Gujarat, but said that they would be held before December 18.

  • 'Allow Us To Sell Existing Cracker Stocks,' Delhi Traders Tell Supreme Court

    'Allow Us To Sell Existing Cracker Stocks,' Delhi Traders Tell Supreme Court

    A section of traders have approached the Supreme Court, seeking modification of its order banning sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR ahead of Diwali. The traders say the court should allow them to sell the stocks they bought after the court relaxed its ban on licenses to sell firecrackers in September.

  • Sex With Wife Below 18 Is Rape, Says Supreme Court

    Sex With Wife Below 18 Is Rape, Says Supreme Court

    Sex with a wife below 18 is rape, the Supreme Court said today in a landmark decision to end an exception in the law for men married to girls who are above 15.

  • Middle-Class Families Treat Elderly Like Burden: Judge On Living Will

    Middle-Class Families Treat Elderly Like Burden: Judge On Living Will

    The centre is ready with a draft bill that permits passive euthanasia, or doctors to withdraw treatment to a terminally-ill patient but underlined this call should be taken by a medical board.

  • In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    The Kerala love jihad case faced a roadblock today as the Supreme Court refused to hear it, saying the Muslim boy's counsel was mixing law and politics. Pulling up the advocate, the court said his arguments were "inexcusable" and that he had "bulldozed" his own case.

  • Cannot Be Banned From Places Of Worship, Parsi Woman Tells Supreme Court

    Cannot Be Banned From Places Of Worship, Parsi Woman Tells Supreme Court

    After marrying a Hindu man, does a Parsi woman lose her religious identity and access to places held sacred by the Zoroastrian faith? Five judges of the Supreme Court will tomorrow take up the case of Goolrokh Gupta who was refused entry to places of worship after marrying a man outside her religion

  • Firecrackers Won't Be Sold This Diwali In Delhi, Supreme Court Ban Till November 1

    Firecrackers Won't Be Sold This Diwali In Delhi, Supreme Court Ban Till November 1

    Firecrackers will not be sold in Delhi and nearby towns on Diwali this time as the Supreme Court has restored a ban on their sale till November 1, saying it wants to assess the difference to the air quality.

  • I May Defend Jay Shah In Court, Says Top Government Lawyer

    I May Defend Jay Shah In Court, Says Top Government Lawyer

    The Congress on Sunday questioned the government for deploying a minister, Piyush Goyal, to address the press on allegations that BJP chief Amit Shah's son, entrepreneur Jay Shah, saw windfall profits after the party was elected in 2014.

  • Centre Asked To Consider Less Painful Death Than Hanging

    Centre Asked To Consider Less Painful Death Than Hanging

    The phrase "to be hanged till death" was under scrutiny in the Supreme Court today as it took up a petition that calls for less painful and "more dignified" ways of death. The centre has been asked to give its response within three weeks.

  • How Judges Are Appointed By Supreme Court To Be Made Public

    How Judges Are Appointed By Supreme Court To Be Made Public

    How judges are appointed or transferred by the senior most Supreme Court judges - and their reasons - will be open to the public for the first time in history. The Supreme Court collegium - a panel of the country's top five judges including the Chief Justice of India - has decided that all its discussions and recommendations will be put up on the t...

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'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar Resigns, Cites 'Personal Reasons'

    Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar Resigns, Cites 'Personal Reasons'

    Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, the country's second-most senior legal officer, has resigned citing personal reasons.

  • Supreme Court To Review Its Verdict Which Diluted Anti-Dowry Law

    Supreme Court To Review Its Verdict Which Diluted Anti-Dowry Law

    Going against its own order, the Supreme Court has called for a review of the Anti-Dowry Law saying that the current law curtails the rights of women. The court will now reconsider the verdict delivered by another bench of the top court in July 2017, which stated that arrests could be made only after a preliminary probe by a panel police in dowry h...

  • State Can't Be Oblivious: What Supreme Court Said On Rohingya Refugees

    State Can't Be Oblivious: What Supreme Court Said On Rohingya Refugees

    Hearing a petition against deporting Rohingya people from the country, the Supreme Court today called the Rohingya situation in Myanmar a "huge humanitarian crisis", but stopped short of freezing a plan to expel the refugees after the centre pleaded that a stay order could have international ramifications.

  • 'Pained' That Communal Colour Given To Firecracker Ban, Says Top Court

    'Pained' That Communal Colour Given To Firecracker Ban, Says Top Court

    Refusing to relax its ban on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi and nearby towns till November 1, the Supreme Court today said it was "pained and sad" that a communal twist had been given to its order.

  • Should Sabarimala Shrine Allow Young Women? India's Top Judges To Decide

    Should Sabarimala Shrine Allow Young Women? India's Top Judges To Decide

    In the dispute over the ban on women entering the famous Sabarimala shrine in Kerala, the country's most senior judges will examine whether "a biological factor like menstruation" can be grounds for discriminating against women.

  • Himachal Pradesh Polls On November 9, Gujarat Before December 18

    Himachal Pradesh Polls On November 9, Gujarat Before December 18

    Assembly elections will be held in Himachal Pradesh on November 9 this year and votes will be counted on December 18, the Election Commission said today. It has not yet announced dates for assembly elections in Gujarat, but said that they would be held before December 18.

  • 'Allow Us To Sell Existing Cracker Stocks,' Delhi Traders Tell Supreme Court

    'Allow Us To Sell Existing Cracker Stocks,' Delhi Traders Tell Supreme Court

    A section of traders have approached the Supreme Court, seeking modification of its order banning sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR ahead of Diwali. The traders say the court should allow them to sell the stocks they bought after the court relaxed its ban on licenses to sell firecrackers in September.

  • Sex With Wife Below 18 Is Rape, Says Supreme Court

    Sex With Wife Below 18 Is Rape, Says Supreme Court

    Sex with a wife below 18 is rape, the Supreme Court said today in a landmark decision to end an exception in the law for men married to girls who are above 15.

  • Middle-Class Families Treat Elderly Like Burden: Judge On Living Will

    Middle-Class Families Treat Elderly Like Burden: Judge On Living Will

    The centre is ready with a draft bill that permits passive euthanasia, or doctors to withdraw treatment to a terminally-ill patient but underlined this call should be taken by a medical board.

  • In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    In Love Jihad Case, Lawyer Told Off By Court For Raising Kerala BJP Rally

    The Kerala love jihad case faced a roadblock today as the Supreme Court refused to hear it, saying the Muslim boy's counsel was mixing law and politics. Pulling up the advocate, the court said his arguments were "inexcusable" and that he had "bulldozed" his own case.

  • Cannot Be Banned From Places Of Worship, Parsi Woman Tells Supreme Court

    Cannot Be Banned From Places Of Worship, Parsi Woman Tells Supreme Court

    After marrying a Hindu man, does a Parsi woman lose her religious identity and access to places held sacred by the Zoroastrian faith? Five judges of the Supreme Court will tomorrow take up the case of Goolrokh Gupta who was refused entry to places of worship after marrying a man outside her religion

  • Firecrackers Won't Be Sold This Diwali In Delhi, Supreme Court Ban Till November 1

    Firecrackers Won't Be Sold This Diwali In Delhi, Supreme Court Ban Till November 1

    Firecrackers will not be sold in Delhi and nearby towns on Diwali this time as the Supreme Court has restored a ban on their sale till November 1, saying it wants to assess the difference to the air quality.

  • I May Defend Jay Shah In Court, Says Top Government Lawyer

    I May Defend Jay Shah In Court, Says Top Government Lawyer

    The Congress on Sunday questioned the government for deploying a minister, Piyush Goyal, to address the press on allegations that BJP chief Amit Shah's son, entrepreneur Jay Shah, saw windfall profits after the party was elected in 2014.

  • Centre Asked To Consider Less Painful Death Than Hanging

    Centre Asked To Consider Less Painful Death Than Hanging

    The phrase "to be hanged till death" was under scrutiny in the Supreme Court today as it took up a petition that calls for less painful and "more dignified" ways of death. The centre has been asked to give its response within three weeks.

  • How Judges Are Appointed By Supreme Court To Be Made Public

    How Judges Are Appointed By Supreme Court To Be Made Public

    How judges are appointed or transferred by the senior most Supreme Court judges - and their reasons - will be open to the public for the first time in history. The Supreme Court collegium - a panel of the country's top five judges including the Chief Justice of India - has decided that all its discussions and recommendations will be put up on the t...

  • Supreme Court Appoints Amicus Curiae To Assess New Probe Into Mahatma Gandhi's Assassination

    Supreme Court Appoints Amicus Curiae To Assess New Probe Into Mahatma Gandhi's Assassination

    The Supreme Court has appointed senior lawyer Amarandra Sharan as Amicus Curiae or impartial adviser, to examine whether there is scope for re-investigating Mahatma Gandhi's assassination in 1948. The court is hearing a petition which seeks further investigation, alleging "one of the biggest cover-ups in history."

  • Wrong To Say Our Judges Pro-Government, Says Supreme Court

    Wrong To Say Our Judges Pro-Government, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today strongly rebutted accusations that some of its judges are pro-government. "Let them come and sit here in court to see in how many cases we haul up the government in favour of citizens," said Justice DY Chandrachud while hearing a petition against a politician's imprudent statements.

  • No Travelling Abroad For Karti Chidambaram Yet, Says Supreme Court

    No Travelling Abroad For Karti Chidambaram Yet, Says Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, who is being interrogated by the Central Bureau of Investigation in a corruption case, can't travel abroad till 9 October, the Supreme Court said today. The lookout notice against him - which alerts airports to stop a passenger from traveling abroad - will continue till at least October 9, the next date of hearing, the court said...

  • We Weren't In The Loop, Says Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad On Justice Jayant Patel's Transfer

    We Weren't In The Loop, Says Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad On Justice Jayant Patel's Transfer

    Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today insulated the government from the raging controversy over the move to transfer the Karnataka High Court judge Jayant Patel that led him to put in his papers this week. Justice Patel, who had ordered a CBI investigation in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan encounter case in Gujarat, told NDTV that he wanted to stay back in...

  • Justice Jayant Patel Who Ordered CBI Probe In Ishrat Jahan Case Reveals Why He Quit

    Justice Jayant Patel Who Ordered CBI Probe In Ishrat Jahan Case Reveals Why He Quit

    Karnataka High Court judge Jayant M Patel, who had ordered a CBI investigation in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan encounter case in Gujarat, told NDTV that he has put in his papers because he is not keen on going to Allahabad on transfer.

  • 'Only God Can Do This': Supreme Court's Response To This Unusual Petition

    'Only God Can Do This': Supreme Court's Response To This Unusual Petition

    A petitioner has filed a petition in Supreme Court to force the authorities to "abolish" world's most lethal creature from India: Mosquitoes.

  • Karti Chidambaram Went Abroad To Close 'Undisclosed' Bank Accounts: CBI Tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Went Abroad To Close 'Undisclosed' Bank Accounts: CBI Tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of Congress leader P Chidambaram, went abroad to close his undisclosed foreign bank accounts and transfer the money from these accounts, the Central Bureau of Investigation told the Supreme Court today in defence of the lookout circular against the senior politician's son.

  • 'Tears Of Home Buyers': No Bail For Unitech's Sanjay Chandra

    'Tears Of Home Buyers': No Bail For Unitech's Sanjay Chandra

    The Supreme Court also warned Mr Chandra that that it will appoint court receiver and auction projects, if buyers don't get flats or refund.

  • Senior Lawyers Can No Longer Jump The Queue For Hearings In Supreme Court

    Senior Lawyers Can No Longer Jump The Queue For Hearings In Supreme Court

    The regular practice in the countrys top court of allowing senior advocates to seek urgent hearing of cases, jumping the queue, was brought to an abrupt end today. Chief Justice of India Justice Dipak Misra said, -Only Advocates on Record can mention cases for urgent hearing. Thats the policy from today.-

  • Rohingyas 'Serious Threat', Court Mustn't Interfere, Says Centre: 10 Points

    Rohingyas 'Serious Threat', Court Mustn't Interfere, Says Centre: 10 Points

    Deporting Rohingyas is an "executive policy decision" and the Supreme Court must not interfere, the centre said today, emphasizing in a written submission that the refugees from Myanmar are a "very serious and potential threat to national security". The Rohingyas are "indulging in anti-national activities" and channeling laundered money, the govern...

  • ISIS May Use Rohingyas, Centre Plans To Tell Supreme Court: 10 Points

    ISIS May Use Rohingyas, Centre Plans To Tell Supreme Court: 10 Points

    The government has said it is still finalising a written submission it will present to the Supreme Court next Monday, a draft of which was circulated today and reported in the media. The centre has said in the draft affidavit that Rohingyas are a threat to national security and that it is in "national interest" to deport them, suggesting that the c...

  • 'No Proof': Why Sharad Yadav Loses Claim To Party Symbol

    'No Proof': Why Sharad Yadav Loses Claim To Party Symbol

    Sharad Yadav's assertion that he, and not Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, represented the "real" Janata Dal United received a hit on Tuesday when the Election Commission refused to entertain his request because he hadn't backed his claim with documentary evidence.

  • For Divorce, Supreme Court Changes 6-Month 'Cooling Off' Rule

    For Divorce, Supreme Court Changes 6-Month 'Cooling Off' Rule

    Ruling that it is pointless to "perpetuate a purposeless marriage and to prolong the agony of the parties", the Supreme Court today made a big change to the rules for Hindu couples looking to divorce.

  • Every Voter Has A Right To Abstain, Election Commission Tells Supreme Court On NOTA In Rajya Sabha Polls

    Every Voter Has A Right To Abstain, Election Commission Tells Supreme Court On NOTA In Rajya Sabha Polls

    A last-minute petition by the Congress against NOTA, or the None of The Above option at Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat was an abuse of court process, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court in an affidavit The election body said the law recognises that voters are free not to vote, and NOTA reflected this right.

  • '50 Lakh Crackers Should Be Enough For Delhi,' Says Supreme Court

    '50 Lakh Crackers Should Be Enough For Delhi,' Says Supreme Court

    Diwali this year may be quieter and healthier in Delhi, given an order from the Supreme Court that is expected to pare down the availability of firecrackers. In view of the recurring blanket of noxious fumes and the inevitable pollution-related illnesses people suffer after every Diwali, the top court halved the number of cracker sale licences to b...

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