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  • Impeachment Talk "Unfortunate", Says Top Court As Plea Seeks Gag On Media

    Impeachment Talk "Unfortunate", Says Top Court As Plea Seeks Gag On Media

    The public discussion on impeachment of judges is very "unfortunate", the Supreme Court said today, seeking the government's top law officer's views on banning media from reporting on the impeachment process against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. "We are all very disturbed about it,- the court said, referring to politicians' statements against...

  • Terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties To Be Seized By Government

    Terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties To Be Seized By Government

    Most-wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's properties worth crores in Mumbai will be taken over by the government, the Supreme Court said today, dismissing petitions by his sister Hasina Parkar and mother Amina Bi Kaskar.

  • No Probe Into Judge Loya Death, Supreme Court Says Petitions "Scandalous"

    No Probe Into Judge Loya Death, Supreme Court Says Petitions "Scandalous"

    The death of judge BH Loya in 2014 while deciding on murder charges against BJP president Amit Shah will not be investigated, the Supreme Court said today, calling petitions for an independent probe "scandalous" and a "frontal attack on the judiciary". A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said the petitions were in criminal contempt...

  • Independent Probe Into Judge Loya's Death? Supreme Court To Decide Today

    Independent Probe Into Judge Loya's Death? Supreme Court To Decide Today

    A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra is expected to decide today whether an independent investigation should be held into the death of judge BH Loya. The 48-year-old judge was handling a murder case in which BJP chief Amit Shah was among the accused, when he died of a heart attack in 2014. The judge who replaced him ruled there was ...

  • Road Rage Verdict Flawed, Navjot Sidhu Tells Court, Stung By Own Party

    Road Rage Verdict Flawed, Navjot Sidhu Tells Court, Stung By Own Party

    Fighting back the Punjab government which had supported his conviction, Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that the verdict sentencing him to three years in a road rage case was flawed and not based on medical evidence.

  • Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    A leak of Aadhaar data can influence the outcome of an election, the Supreme Court said today, expressing its concerns about the issue amid the huge controversy over the illegal use of Facebook data in the US elections.

  • Expect Government To Appoint Lokpal At The Earliest, Says Supreme Court

    Expect Government To Appoint Lokpal At The Earliest, Says Supreme Court

    The government today received another sharp reminder from the Supreme Court on the appointment of a Lokpal or corruption watchdog. "We expect the appointment of Lokpal will be made at the earliest possible," said the court, scheduling the next hearing on May 15. The court is acting on a contempt petition by senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan, which all...

  • Top Court Sets Aside Green Court "Silence Zone" Order At Amarnath Shrine

    Top Court Sets Aside Green Court "Silence Zone" Order At Amarnath Shrine

    The Supreme Court has set aside a green court order making the area around the Amarnath cave shrine's ice Shivling a "silence zone". The National Green Tribunal has exceeded its jurisdiction in giving the order, a Supreme Court bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta said on Monday

  • Whether Chief Justice Should Assign Cases To Be Examined By Supreme Court

    Whether Chief Justice Should Assign Cases To Be Examined By Supreme Court

    Whether cases should be assigned by the Chief Justice of India or by a collegium or panel of top judges will be examined by the Supreme Court on April 27. The court will take up a petition filed by former law minister Shanti Bhushan, which suggests that the Chief Justice of India must not have absolute power as "master of roster".

  • Lawyers Cannot Obstruct Access To Justice: Supreme Court On Kathua Case

    Lawyers Cannot Obstruct Access To Justice: Supreme Court On Kathua Case

    Lawyers cannot obstruct the process of law and it is violation of access to justice, the Supreme Court has said. The court was hearing a petition filed by a group of lawyers seeking action against lawyers who tried to obstruct the filing of a chargesheet in rape and murder of an eight-year-old in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua and allegedly threatened ...

  • Jail Navjot Singh Sidhu, Punjab's Congress Government Tells Supreme Court

    Jail Navjot Singh Sidhu, Punjab's Congress Government Tells Supreme Court

    Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu should serve three years in jail as ordered by a court, his own government said today, urging the Supreme Court to confirm his conviction in a road rage case of 1988.

  • Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    There is a chance that Aadhaar data of 1.3 billion Indians can be misused, the Supreme Court said today, citing the case of misuse of Facebook data by disgraced British firm Cambridge Analytica. The petition the court was hearing, challenges the validity of the 12-digit unique identity number and questions data safety -- a matter hotly contested by...

  • Supreme Court Verdict Diluted SC/ST Law, Created Disharmony, Says Centre

    Supreme Court Verdict Diluted SC/ST Law, Created Disharmony, Says Centre

    The verdict of the Supreme Court on a law that seeks to prevent atrocities against scheduled castes and scheduled tribes has created "disharmony" in the country, the government has told the court.

  • Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, one of the four judges who had questioned the way cases are assigned in the Supreme Court, today refused to hear a related petition saying he was about to retire and didn't want "another reversal" of his order within 24 hours.

  • "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    Concerned over the unprecedented delay by the government in the appointment of two judges, a top judge has written to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that the "very life and existence" of the Supreme Court is under threat.

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  • Impeachment Talk "Unfortunate", Says Top Court As Plea Seeks Gag On Media

    Impeachment Talk "Unfortunate", Says Top Court As Plea Seeks Gag On Media

    The public discussion on impeachment of judges is very "unfortunate", the Supreme Court said today, seeking the government's top law officer's views on banning media from reporting on the impeachment process against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. "We are all very disturbed about it,- the court said, referring to politicians' statements against...

  • Terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties To Be Seized By Government

    Terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's Mumbai Properties To Be Seized By Government

    Most-wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim's properties worth crores in Mumbai will be taken over by the government, the Supreme Court said today, dismissing petitions by his sister Hasina Parkar and mother Amina Bi Kaskar.

  • No Probe Into Judge Loya Death, Supreme Court Says Petitions "Scandalous"

    No Probe Into Judge Loya Death, Supreme Court Says Petitions "Scandalous"

    The death of judge BH Loya in 2014 while deciding on murder charges against BJP president Amit Shah will not be investigated, the Supreme Court said today, calling petitions for an independent probe "scandalous" and a "frontal attack on the judiciary". A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said the petitions were in criminal contempt...

  • Independent Probe Into Judge Loya's Death? Supreme Court To Decide Today

    Independent Probe Into Judge Loya's Death? Supreme Court To Decide Today

    A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra is expected to decide today whether an independent investigation should be held into the death of judge BH Loya. The 48-year-old judge was handling a murder case in which BJP chief Amit Shah was among the accused, when he died of a heart attack in 2014. The judge who replaced him ruled there was ...

  • Road Rage Verdict Flawed, Navjot Sidhu Tells Court, Stung By Own Party

    Road Rage Verdict Flawed, Navjot Sidhu Tells Court, Stung By Own Party

    Fighting back the Punjab government which had supported his conviction, Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that the verdict sentencing him to three years in a road rage case was flawed and not based on medical evidence.

  • Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    Aadhaar Data Leak Can Influence Poll Outcome, Says Supreme Court

    A leak of Aadhaar data can influence the outcome of an election, the Supreme Court said today, expressing its concerns about the issue amid the huge controversy over the illegal use of Facebook data in the US elections.

  • Expect Government To Appoint Lokpal At The Earliest, Says Supreme Court

    Expect Government To Appoint Lokpal At The Earliest, Says Supreme Court

    The government today received another sharp reminder from the Supreme Court on the appointment of a Lokpal or corruption watchdog. "We expect the appointment of Lokpal will be made at the earliest possible," said the court, scheduling the next hearing on May 15. The court is acting on a contempt petition by senior lawyer Prashant Bhushan, which all...

  • Top Court Sets Aside Green Court "Silence Zone" Order At Amarnath Shrine

    Top Court Sets Aside Green Court "Silence Zone" Order At Amarnath Shrine

    The Supreme Court has set aside a green court order making the area around the Amarnath cave shrine's ice Shivling a "silence zone". The National Green Tribunal has exceeded its jurisdiction in giving the order, a Supreme Court bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta said on Monday

  • Whether Chief Justice Should Assign Cases To Be Examined By Supreme Court

    Whether Chief Justice Should Assign Cases To Be Examined By Supreme Court

    Whether cases should be assigned by the Chief Justice of India or by a collegium or panel of top judges will be examined by the Supreme Court on April 27. The court will take up a petition filed by former law minister Shanti Bhushan, which suggests that the Chief Justice of India must not have absolute power as "master of roster".

  • Lawyers Cannot Obstruct Access To Justice: Supreme Court On Kathua Case

    Lawyers Cannot Obstruct Access To Justice: Supreme Court On Kathua Case

    Lawyers cannot obstruct the process of law and it is violation of access to justice, the Supreme Court has said. The court was hearing a petition filed by a group of lawyers seeking action against lawyers who tried to obstruct the filing of a chargesheet in rape and murder of an eight-year-old in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua and allegedly threatened ...

  • Jail Navjot Singh Sidhu, Punjab's Congress Government Tells Supreme Court

    Jail Navjot Singh Sidhu, Punjab's Congress Government Tells Supreme Court

    Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu should serve three years in jail as ordered by a court, his own government said today, urging the Supreme Court to confirm his conviction in a road rage case of 1988.

  • Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    Aadhaar Data "Gold Mine" For Misuse: Supreme Court Cites Facebook Breach

    There is a chance that Aadhaar data of 1.3 billion Indians can be misused, the Supreme Court said today, citing the case of misuse of Facebook data by disgraced British firm Cambridge Analytica. The petition the court was hearing, challenges the validity of the 12-digit unique identity number and questions data safety -- a matter hotly contested by...

  • Supreme Court Verdict Diluted SC/ST Law, Created Disharmony, Says Centre

    Supreme Court Verdict Diluted SC/ST Law, Created Disharmony, Says Centre

    The verdict of the Supreme Court on a law that seeks to prevent atrocities against scheduled castes and scheduled tribes has created "disharmony" in the country, the government has told the court.

  • Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, one of the four judges who had questioned the way cases are assigned in the Supreme Court, today refused to hear a related petition saying he was about to retire and didn't want "another reversal" of his order within 24 hours.

  • "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    Concerned over the unprecedented delay by the government in the appointment of two judges, a top judge has written to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that the "very life and existence" of the Supreme Court is under threat.

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