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  • UP Gets Supreme Court Notice Over Yogi Adityanath's Alleged Hate Speech

    UP Gets Supreme Court Notice Over Yogi Adityanath's Alleged Hate Speech

    The Supreme Court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to respond within four weeks in the alleged hate speech by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in 2007. The bench served a notice while hearing a plea challenging an Allahabad High Court order which said that Yogi Adityanath can't be prosecuted in the case.

  • Consider Lowering Water Level, Supreme Court Says On Mullaperiyar Dam

    Consider Lowering Water Level, Supreme Court Says On Mullaperiyar Dam

    The Centre must decide whether water should be released from the Mullaperiyar dam -- over which Kerala and Tamil Nadu are at loggerheads - the Supreme Court said today. The court, however, asked the Tamil Nadu government to obey the order of the panel appointed by the Centre to take a call on the dam's water level.

  • On Mullaperiyar Dam, Top Court Raps "Adversarial" Tamil Nadu, Kerala

    On Mullaperiyar Dam, Top Court Raps "Adversarial" Tamil Nadu, Kerala

    The flood situation in Kerala is "grave" and it is not the time to be "adversarial", the Supreme Court has told the government of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, which are battling over discharge of water from Mullaperiyar Dam. Both states "must work together in harmony" the top court said.

  • "Very Kind Of Him": Justice Indu Malhotra On PM's Remark On Women Judges

    "Very Kind Of Him": Justice Indu Malhotra On PM's Remark On Women Judges

    The presence of three women judges in the Supreme Court -- a first since Independence -- found mention in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address from the ramparts of the Red Fort today. Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice Indu Malhotra have responded with their thanks.

  • "Easy To Destroy System": Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Comeback to Critics

    "Easy To Destroy System": Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Comeback to Critics

    Chief Justice of India Justice Dipak Misra today cautioned those criticising the judiciary from outside and within by saying it is easy to destroy a system than to build it.

  • "Baby At 60": Justice KM Joseph On Being Junior-Most Supreme Court Judge

    "Baby At 60": Justice KM Joseph On Being Junior-Most Supreme Court Judge

    A week after he was sworn in amid a row over attempts to tamper with his seniority, Justice KM Joseph said that "at 60 plus, I have become a baby again". Justice Joseph was referring to his 25th position in the hierarchy that makes him the "junior-most" judge in the Supreme Court.

  • Court Orders CBI Probe Into Police Firing At Anti-Sterlite Protest

    Court Orders CBI Probe Into Police Firing At Anti-Sterlite Protest

    The CBI has been told by the Madras High Court to probe the police firing that killed 13 people while they were protesting against the Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin in May last week. The court directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to complete its probe in four months.

  • Blue For Petrol, Orange For Diesel: Delhi's New Colour Codes For Vehicles

    Blue For Petrol, Orange For Diesel: Delhi's New Colour Codes For Vehicles

    The Supreme Court today accepted the suggestions of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) to have hologram-based coloured stickers on vehicles which would indicate the nature of fuel being used.

  • UP Lynching Survivor's Petition In Supreme Court Today After NDTV Expose

    UP Lynching Survivor's Petition In Supreme Court Today After NDTV Expose

    After taking note of an NDTV investigation in which men accused of lynching bragged on hidden camera about the killings, the Supreme Court will hear the petition of the man who survived the attack in Uttar Pradesh's Hapur in June. The top court will today take a decision on the victim's demand for a court-monitored Special Investigation Team probe ...

  • "This Must Stop," Says Supreme Court On Kanwariya Violence

    "This Must Stop," Says Supreme Court On Kanwariya Violence

    The Supreme Court on Friday made strong observations about violent protests, saying public property cannot be allowed to be damaged for demonstrations, as the centre's lawyer cited, among other instances, the recent spike in destruction of property of Kanwar pilgrims.

  • Top Court Admits CBI Appeal Against Aarushi Talwar's Parents' Acquittal

    Top Court Admits CBI Appeal Against Aarushi Talwar's Parents' Acquittal

    The Supreme Court has admitted the CBI's appeal against the acquittal of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the murder of their daughter Aarushi Talwar and help Hemraj in 2008.

  • "Most Brutal": Can't Free Rajiv Gandhi's Killers, Centre Tells Top Court

    "Most Brutal": Can't Free Rajiv Gandhi's Killers, Centre Tells Top Court

    The seven Rajiv Gandhi assassination convicts jailed in Tamil Nadu cannot be released, the government told the Supreme Court today, asserting that the case involves the assassination of a former Prime Minister.

  • "Should've Sent You To Jail": Top Court Slams Officials On Assam List

    "Should've Sent You To Jail": Top Court Slams Officials On Assam List

    The officials in charge of the Assam citizens' list was pulled up by the Supreme Court today for speaking out of turn to the media, holding out hope for the 40 lakh people left out of the list. Questioning "on whose authority" coordinator Prateek Hajela made the statements, the upset court said they should be "sent to jail" and were only being spar...

  • Rapes "Left, Right And Centre": Top Court Raps Bihar Over Shelter Homes

    Rapes "Left, Right And Centre": Top Court Raps Bihar Over Shelter Homes

    Bihar shelter home rapes: The Bihar government of Nitish Kumar, caught in a shelter home rape horror, was shredded by the Supreme Court which questioned why there was no inspection of these homes. "Girls are raped left, right and centre," a furious court said.

  • Supreme Court To Take Up Hapur Lynching On Petition Over NDTV Expose

    Supreme Court To Take Up Hapur Lynching On Petition Over NDTV Expose

    After an NDTV investigation in which men accused of lynching are caught on hidden camera bragging about the killings, the Supreme Court has agreed to take up the Hapur lynching case. Lawyers for the Hapur lynching victims went to the Supreme Court for an "urgent hearing" after NDTV aired the sting operation on Monday. Chief Justice of India Dipak M...

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'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • UP Gets Supreme Court Notice Over Yogi Adityanath's Alleged Hate Speech

    UP Gets Supreme Court Notice Over Yogi Adityanath's Alleged Hate Speech

    The Supreme Court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to respond within four weeks in the alleged hate speech by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in 2007. The bench served a notice while hearing a plea challenging an Allahabad High Court order which said that Yogi Adityanath can't be prosecuted in the case.

  • Consider Lowering Water Level, Supreme Court Says On Mullaperiyar Dam

    Consider Lowering Water Level, Supreme Court Says On Mullaperiyar Dam

    The Centre must decide whether water should be released from the Mullaperiyar dam -- over which Kerala and Tamil Nadu are at loggerheads - the Supreme Court said today. The court, however, asked the Tamil Nadu government to obey the order of the panel appointed by the Centre to take a call on the dam's water level.

  • On Mullaperiyar Dam, Top Court Raps "Adversarial" Tamil Nadu, Kerala

    On Mullaperiyar Dam, Top Court Raps "Adversarial" Tamil Nadu, Kerala

    The flood situation in Kerala is "grave" and it is not the time to be "adversarial", the Supreme Court has told the government of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, which are battling over discharge of water from Mullaperiyar Dam. Both states "must work together in harmony" the top court said.

  • "Very Kind Of Him": Justice Indu Malhotra On PM's Remark On Women Judges

    "Very Kind Of Him": Justice Indu Malhotra On PM's Remark On Women Judges

    The presence of three women judges in the Supreme Court -- a first since Independence -- found mention in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address from the ramparts of the Red Fort today. Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice Indu Malhotra have responded with their thanks.

  • "Easy To Destroy System": Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Comeback to Critics

    "Easy To Destroy System": Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Comeback to Critics

    Chief Justice of India Justice Dipak Misra today cautioned those criticising the judiciary from outside and within by saying it is easy to destroy a system than to build it.

  • "Baby At 60": Justice KM Joseph On Being Junior-Most Supreme Court Judge

    "Baby At 60": Justice KM Joseph On Being Junior-Most Supreme Court Judge

    A week after he was sworn in amid a row over attempts to tamper with his seniority, Justice KM Joseph said that "at 60 plus, I have become a baby again". Justice Joseph was referring to his 25th position in the hierarchy that makes him the "junior-most" judge in the Supreme Court.

  • Court Orders CBI Probe Into Police Firing At Anti-Sterlite Protest

    Court Orders CBI Probe Into Police Firing At Anti-Sterlite Protest

    The CBI has been told by the Madras High Court to probe the police firing that killed 13 people while they were protesting against the Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin in May last week. The court directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to complete its probe in four months.

  • Blue For Petrol, Orange For Diesel: Delhi's New Colour Codes For Vehicles

    Blue For Petrol, Orange For Diesel: Delhi's New Colour Codes For Vehicles

    The Supreme Court today accepted the suggestions of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) to have hologram-based coloured stickers on vehicles which would indicate the nature of fuel being used.

  • UP Lynching Survivor's Petition In Supreme Court Today After NDTV Expose

    UP Lynching Survivor's Petition In Supreme Court Today After NDTV Expose

    After taking note of an NDTV investigation in which men accused of lynching bragged on hidden camera about the killings, the Supreme Court will hear the petition of the man who survived the attack in Uttar Pradesh's Hapur in June. The top court will today take a decision on the victim's demand for a court-monitored Special Investigation Team probe ...

  • "This Must Stop," Says Supreme Court On Kanwariya Violence

    "This Must Stop," Says Supreme Court On Kanwariya Violence

    The Supreme Court on Friday made strong observations about violent protests, saying public property cannot be allowed to be damaged for demonstrations, as the centre's lawyer cited, among other instances, the recent spike in destruction of property of Kanwar pilgrims.

  • Top Court Admits CBI Appeal Against Aarushi Talwar's Parents' Acquittal

    Top Court Admits CBI Appeal Against Aarushi Talwar's Parents' Acquittal

    The Supreme Court has admitted the CBI's appeal against the acquittal of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar in the murder of their daughter Aarushi Talwar and help Hemraj in 2008.

  • "Most Brutal": Can't Free Rajiv Gandhi's Killers, Centre Tells Top Court

    "Most Brutal": Can't Free Rajiv Gandhi's Killers, Centre Tells Top Court

    The seven Rajiv Gandhi assassination convicts jailed in Tamil Nadu cannot be released, the government told the Supreme Court today, asserting that the case involves the assassination of a former Prime Minister.

  • "Should've Sent You To Jail": Top Court Slams Officials On Assam List

    "Should've Sent You To Jail": Top Court Slams Officials On Assam List

    The officials in charge of the Assam citizens' list was pulled up by the Supreme Court today for speaking out of turn to the media, holding out hope for the 40 lakh people left out of the list. Questioning "on whose authority" coordinator Prateek Hajela made the statements, the upset court said they should be "sent to jail" and were only being spar...

  • Rapes "Left, Right And Centre": Top Court Raps Bihar Over Shelter Homes

    Rapes "Left, Right And Centre": Top Court Raps Bihar Over Shelter Homes

    Bihar shelter home rapes: The Bihar government of Nitish Kumar, caught in a shelter home rape horror, was shredded by the Supreme Court which questioned why there was no inspection of these homes. "Girls are raped left, right and centre," a furious court said.

  • Supreme Court To Take Up Hapur Lynching On Petition Over NDTV Expose

    Supreme Court To Take Up Hapur Lynching On Petition Over NDTV Expose

    After an NDTV investigation in which men accused of lynching are caught on hidden camera bragging about the killings, the Supreme Court has agreed to take up the Hapur lynching case. Lawyers for the Hapur lynching victims went to the Supreme Court for an "urgent hearing" after NDTV aired the sting operation on Monday. Chief Justice of India Dipak M...

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