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  • Ram Setu Existed, Claims Science Channel Trailer; Told You, Say BJP Ministers

    Ram Setu Existed, Claims Science Channel Trailer; Told You, Say BJP Ministers

    Several union ministers and leaders of the ruling BJP have cheered the trailer of a US Science channel programme that suggests that the "Ram Setu" or a mythical bridge connecting India and Sri Lanka is a reality that is based on scientific evidence.

  • Unitech Takeover By Government Put On Hold By Supreme Court

    Unitech Takeover By Government Put On Hold By Supreme Court

    NCLT had on Friday suspended all the eight directors of the realty firm over allegations of mismanagement and siphoning of funds, while authorising the government to appoint its 10 nominees on the board.

  • Jallikattu Law May Be Examined By Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, No Stay For Now

    Jallikattu Law May Be Examined By Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, No Stay For Now

    The government decision to allow Jallikattu, the controversial bull-taming sport, on ground that it was part of Tamil Nadu's tradition and culture could be referred to a constitution bench, the Supreme Court indicated on Tuesday. But till the court reaches a verdict, the judges have declined to stay the sport played in Tamil Nadu as part of next mo...

  • 1,500 Pending Cases Against Lawmakers, 12 Special Courts Planned For Quick Trial

    1,500 Pending Cases Against Lawmakers, 12 Special Courts Planned For Quick Trial

    A dozen special courts will be set up to fast track cases against lawmakers and Rs 7.8 crore has been allocated for it, the government told the Supreme Court in an affidavit today. So far more than 1500 cases are pending against lawmakers across the country and the court had asked the Centre to chalk-out a plan for speedy disposal of the cases.

  • Senior Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan Quits Practice, Cites 'Humiliation' In Court

    Senior Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan Quits Practice, Cites 'Humiliation' In Court

    Rajeev Dhavan, a senior lawyer who has fought many high-profile cases, today quit his legal practice citing humiliation in court -- a move that took many by surprise

  • Unitech Moves Supreme Court Against Government Taking Over

    Unitech Moves Supreme Court Against Government Taking Over

    The government had approached NCLT to take over Unitech management.

  • Faulty Voting Machines In Gujarat Replaced, Says Election Commission

    Faulty Voting Machines In Gujarat Replaced, Says Election Commission

    Amid allegations by the Congress that electronic voting machines or EVMs malfunctioned in several parts of Gujarat in the first phase of assembly elections today, the Election Commission said on Saturday afternoon that about 0.3 per cent of the total ballot units and control units - which make up the EVM - had to be replaced during voting. That is ...

  • Can A Woman Be Punished For Adultery? Supreme Court to Examine

    Can A Woman Be Punished For Adultery? Supreme Court to Examine

    Women can't be prosecuted for adultery in India but this could change. The Supreme Court today agreed to revisit the 19th century criminal law that provides for punishing only men, and not women, for adultery.

  • For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    People who do not have Aadhaar will get another three months to link their Unique Identification Number with bank accounts and government welfare programmes, the Centre told the Supreme Court today. The new deadline will be March 31 instead of December 31, and a notification for this will be issued tomorrow, the court was told. The Unique Identific...

  • Chief Justice's Sharp Reprimand For Kapil Sibal, Others For Conduct in Court

    Chief Justice's Sharp Reprimand For Kapil Sibal, Others For Conduct in Court

    The Supreme Court has censured Congress leader Kapil Sibal and other senior lawyers for the manner in which they argued when seeking that hearing in the Ayodhya case be deferred to after the 2019 national election, earlier this week. The lawyers had angrily said that they were not being given a "fair chance" and had threatened to walk out of the co...

  • Not Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer, PM Should Check Facts, Says Kapil Sibal

    Not Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer, PM Should Check Facts, Says Kapil Sibal

    Congress leader Kapil Sibal, attacked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah over his plea in the Supreme Court to defer the Ayodhya case till after the 2019 elections, hit back on Wednesday evening asking his critics to check their facts.

  • Trial Against Tarun Tejpal Won't Be Put Off, Supreme Court Orders

    Trial Against Tarun Tejpal Won't Be Put Off, Supreme Court Orders

    The trial against Tarun Tejpal, the Tehelka founder accused of rape, will not be put off any longer, the Supreme Court ruled today, urging the Bombay High Court to decide within three months on the senior journalists petition challenging the charges against him.

  • "Clarify Stand On Ram Temple": Amit Shah To Rahul Gandhi Over Kapil Sibal's Comments In Court

    "Clarify Stand On Ram Temple": Amit Shah To Rahul Gandhi Over Kapil Sibal's Comments In Court

    BJP chief Amit Shah has asked Rahul Gandhi to clarify his party's stand on the Ram temple issue, alleging that senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal's arguments in the Supreme Court today present the "double standards" of the party at a time when Mr Gandhi has been conspicuously visiting temples while campaigning for the Gujarat elections

  • Supreme Court Refuses To Defer Ayodhya Hearing Till After 2019 Polls: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court Refuses To Defer Ayodhya Hearing Till After 2019 Polls: 10 Facts

    A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court will begin on February 8 next year, its final hearing over the disputed Ayodhya site that is claimed by both Hindus and Muslims, judges said on Tuesday, a day before the 25th anniversary of the demolition of the 16th-century Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992. There were heated arguments in court today as the ...

  • Supreme Court Demands Answers From BCCI On Allegations Of Threat Made By CFO

    Supreme Court Demands Answers From BCCI On Allegations Of Threat Made By CFO

    The Supreme Court sought a response from BCCI and honorary secretary Anirudh Chaudhry about the allegations.

'A Vaidyanathan' - 250 Video Result(s)

'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Ram Setu Existed, Claims Science Channel Trailer; Told You, Say BJP Ministers

    Ram Setu Existed, Claims Science Channel Trailer; Told You, Say BJP Ministers

    Several union ministers and leaders of the ruling BJP have cheered the trailer of a US Science channel programme that suggests that the "Ram Setu" or a mythical bridge connecting India and Sri Lanka is a reality that is based on scientific evidence.

  • Unitech Takeover By Government Put On Hold By Supreme Court

    Unitech Takeover By Government Put On Hold By Supreme Court

    NCLT had on Friday suspended all the eight directors of the realty firm over allegations of mismanagement and siphoning of funds, while authorising the government to appoint its 10 nominees on the board.

  • Jallikattu Law May Be Examined By Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, No Stay For Now

    Jallikattu Law May Be Examined By Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, No Stay For Now

    The government decision to allow Jallikattu, the controversial bull-taming sport, on ground that it was part of Tamil Nadu's tradition and culture could be referred to a constitution bench, the Supreme Court indicated on Tuesday. But till the court reaches a verdict, the judges have declined to stay the sport played in Tamil Nadu as part of next mo...

  • 1,500 Pending Cases Against Lawmakers, 12 Special Courts Planned For Quick Trial

    1,500 Pending Cases Against Lawmakers, 12 Special Courts Planned For Quick Trial

    A dozen special courts will be set up to fast track cases against lawmakers and Rs 7.8 crore has been allocated for it, the government told the Supreme Court in an affidavit today. So far more than 1500 cases are pending against lawmakers across the country and the court had asked the Centre to chalk-out a plan for speedy disposal of the cases.

  • Senior Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan Quits Practice, Cites 'Humiliation' In Court

    Senior Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan Quits Practice, Cites 'Humiliation' In Court

    Rajeev Dhavan, a senior lawyer who has fought many high-profile cases, today quit his legal practice citing humiliation in court -- a move that took many by surprise

  • Unitech Moves Supreme Court Against Government Taking Over

    Unitech Moves Supreme Court Against Government Taking Over

    The government had approached NCLT to take over Unitech management.

  • Faulty Voting Machines In Gujarat Replaced, Says Election Commission

    Faulty Voting Machines In Gujarat Replaced, Says Election Commission

    Amid allegations by the Congress that electronic voting machines or EVMs malfunctioned in several parts of Gujarat in the first phase of assembly elections today, the Election Commission said on Saturday afternoon that about 0.3 per cent of the total ballot units and control units - which make up the EVM - had to be replaced during voting. That is ...

  • Can A Woman Be Punished For Adultery? Supreme Court to Examine

    Can A Woman Be Punished For Adultery? Supreme Court to Examine

    Women can't be prosecuted for adultery in India but this could change. The Supreme Court today agreed to revisit the 19th century criminal law that provides for punishing only men, and not women, for adultery.

  • For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    For Aadhaar Linking, Centre Gives Extra Time But Not To All: 10 Facts

    People who do not have Aadhaar will get another three months to link their Unique Identification Number with bank accounts and government welfare programmes, the Centre told the Supreme Court today. The new deadline will be March 31 instead of December 31, and a notification for this will be issued tomorrow, the court was told. The Unique Identific...

  • Chief Justice's Sharp Reprimand For Kapil Sibal, Others For Conduct in Court

    Chief Justice's Sharp Reprimand For Kapil Sibal, Others For Conduct in Court

    The Supreme Court has censured Congress leader Kapil Sibal and other senior lawyers for the manner in which they argued when seeking that hearing in the Ayodhya case be deferred to after the 2019 national election, earlier this week. The lawyers had angrily said that they were not being given a "fair chance" and had threatened to walk out of the co...

  • Not Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer, PM Should Check Facts, Says Kapil Sibal

    Not Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer, PM Should Check Facts, Says Kapil Sibal

    Congress leader Kapil Sibal, attacked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah over his plea in the Supreme Court to defer the Ayodhya case till after the 2019 elections, hit back on Wednesday evening asking his critics to check their facts.

  • Trial Against Tarun Tejpal Won't Be Put Off, Supreme Court Orders

    Trial Against Tarun Tejpal Won't Be Put Off, Supreme Court Orders

    The trial against Tarun Tejpal, the Tehelka founder accused of rape, will not be put off any longer, the Supreme Court ruled today, urging the Bombay High Court to decide within three months on the senior journalists petition challenging the charges against him.

  • "Clarify Stand On Ram Temple": Amit Shah To Rahul Gandhi Over Kapil Sibal's Comments In Court

    "Clarify Stand On Ram Temple": Amit Shah To Rahul Gandhi Over Kapil Sibal's Comments In Court

    BJP chief Amit Shah has asked Rahul Gandhi to clarify his party's stand on the Ram temple issue, alleging that senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal's arguments in the Supreme Court today present the "double standards" of the party at a time when Mr Gandhi has been conspicuously visiting temples while campaigning for the Gujarat elections

  • Supreme Court Refuses To Defer Ayodhya Hearing Till After 2019 Polls: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court Refuses To Defer Ayodhya Hearing Till After 2019 Polls: 10 Facts

    A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court will begin on February 8 next year, its final hearing over the disputed Ayodhya site that is claimed by both Hindus and Muslims, judges said on Tuesday, a day before the 25th anniversary of the demolition of the 16th-century Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992. There were heated arguments in court today as the ...

  • Supreme Court Demands Answers From BCCI On Allegations Of Threat Made By CFO

    Supreme Court Demands Answers From BCCI On Allegations Of Threat Made By CFO

    The Supreme Court sought a response from BCCI and honorary secretary Anirudh Chaudhry about the allegations.

  • Harmony Needed Between Lieutenant Governor, Delhi Government: Top Court

    Harmony Needed Between Lieutenant Governor, Delhi Government: Top Court

    There has to be cordial relations between the elected government of Delhi and the Lieutenant Governor and in case of a disagreement, the Central representative has to "show statesmanship", the Supreme Court said today.

  • No "Padmavati" Ban, Says Supreme Court, Rebukes Chief Ministers

    No "<i>Padmavati</i>" Ban, Says Supreme Court, Rebukes Chief Ministers

    For the third time this month, the Supreme Court turned down a request to ban "Padmavati" and said, in a rebuke to Chief Ministers and others who have spoken out against the film, "those holding public offices should not comment on such issues."

  • Rakesh Asthana Won't Be Removed As CBI Special Director, Says Top Court

    Rakesh Asthana Won't Be Removed As CBI Special Director, Says Top Court

    Rakesh Asthana, the officer whose appointment to a top post in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was challenged in a petition as "illegal and arbitrary", will stay special director of the investigating agency, the Supreme Court ruled today.The appointment "does not suffer from any illegality", said the court.

  • Can Prove I Am J Jayalalithaa's Daughter, She Told Supreme Court

    Can Prove I Am J Jayalalithaa's Daughter, She Told Supreme Court

    Nearly a year after J Jayalalithaa died while she was Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, a woman from Bengaluru has asked the Supreme Court for a chance to prove she is the politician's daughter.

  • Decision On Kambala After President's Move On Bill, Says Supreme Court

    Decision On Kambala After President's Move On Bill, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today agreed to wait and see if the President gave his assent to a law allowing Kambala -- an annual buffalo race traditionally held in coastal Karnataka - before deciding on a plea to put it on hold this year.

  • EPS-OPS Win AIADMK Party Symbol, Dhinakaran Loses His Case: Sources

    EPS-OPS Win AIADMK Party Symbol, Dhinakaran Loses His Case: Sources

    In a setback to jailed leader VK Sasikala and her nephew TTV Dhinakaran, the unified AIADMK under O Panneerselvam (OPS) and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami (EPS) has been recognized as the "real" party and granted use of the two-leaves symbol by the Election Commission, sources said today.

  • After Hadiya's Arrival, Supreme Court To Decide On Public Hearing

    After Hadiya's Arrival, Supreme Court To Decide On Public Hearing

    It is only after Hadiya, who was known as Akhila Ashokan before she converted to Islam, arrives to testify in the Supreme Court on Monday about her marriage that judges will decide whether the hearing is open to the public, they said today.

  • Remember Privacy Is Fundamental Right: Hadiya's Father To Supreme Court

    Remember Privacy Is Fundamental Right: Hadiya's Father To Supreme Court

    Hadiya, who was known as Akhila Ashokan before she converted to Islam, must not testify about her marriage in a public hearing, her father has said to the Supreme Court, alleging that "it will turn into a reality show."

  • Only One Taj, 'You Can't Get it Again': Supreme Court's Reminder To UP

    Only One Taj, 'You Can't Get it Again': Supreme Court's Reminder To UP

    There will be no multi-level parking near the Taj Mahal, the Supreme Court said on Monday, refusing to allow the Uttar Pradesh government to continue the construction of one near the iconic 15th Century monument. The restriction on vehicle movement in the 500 metre radius of the monument should continue, the court said.

  • Karti Chidambaram Can Go To UK, But Must Be Back In Time: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram Can Go To UK, But Must Be Back In Time: Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Union minister P Chidambaram, can go to UK but will have to return by the stipulated date or face action, the Supreme Court said today. The 45-year-old businessman, who is being investigated in a corruption case, had asked the court's permission to go for his daughter's admission at Cambridge University.

  • Petitions Can't Create Disharmony: Supreme Court Nixes Padmavati Ban

    Petitions Can't Create Disharmony: Supreme Court Nixes <i>Padmavati</i> Ban

    For the second time this month, the Supreme Court refused to ban Padmavati, stating that the censor board must first review the film and provide its verdict. The Rs 190-crore movie, directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, has incited protests by Rajput and other Hindu groups, who allege that it distorts history, is offensive, and will provoke vio...

  • Arvind Kejriwal Film Won't Be Blocked. Can't Gag Creativity, Says Court

    Arvind Kejriwal Film Won't Be Blocked. Can't Gag Creativity, Says Court

    "An Insignificant Man", the much-talked about film on Arvind Kejriwal, will not be blocked from release tomorrow, the Supreme Court said today, asserting that it will not interfere in the freedom of speech and expression.

  • Why Was AgustaWestland Sole Pick, Chhattisgarh Asked In Supreme Court

    Why Was AgustaWestland Sole Pick, Chhattisgarh Asked In Supreme Court

    Chhattisgarh's BJP government was asked today by the Supreme Court to produce within a week its documents on the purchase of a helicopter by AgustaWestland, the company at the core of allegations of massive corruption in the buying of VVIP choppers when the Congress was in power at the centre.

  • 5 Supreme Court Judges To Revisit An Important Verdict On Reservation

    5 Supreme Court Judges To Revisit An Important Verdict On Reservation

    Five judges of the Supreme Court will decide whether the most backward of castes -- scheduled caste and tribes (SC/ST), should be guaranteed a share of promotions in government jobs

  • 'Damage Done With Petition': Kamini Jaiswal, Prashant Bhushan Reprimanded

    'Damage Done With Petition': Kamini Jaiswal, Prashant Bhushan Reprimanded

    The Supreme Court today said that the CBI's inquiry into alleged bribe-taking by judges is sufficient and there is no need for it to order a team to investigate the matter.

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