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  • Those Contesting Polls Have to Reveal Income Sources, Says Supreme Court

    Those Contesting Polls Have to Reveal Income Sources, Says Supreme Court

    Set up a permanent mechanism to collect data on the assets of legislators and put it in the public domain, the Supreme Court has told the government. This will enable voters to take an appropriate decision, the court said.

  • In Big Cauvery Verdict, Tamil Nadu's Water Share Cut, Karnataka Gets More

    In Big Cauvery Verdict, Tamil Nadu's Water Share Cut, Karnataka Gets More

    In a landmark verdict that casts a long shadow on southern politics, Tamil Nadu's share of water from the river Cauvery has been reduced by the Supreme Court and Karnataka will receive a bigger share. Karnataka will now release 177.25 TMC or thousand million cubic feet to Tamil Nadu instead of 192. Karnataka's increased share takes care of the dri...

  • Supreme Court Judgment On 120-Year-Old Cauvery Dispute Today: 10 Points

    Supreme Court Judgment On 120-Year-Old Cauvery Dispute Today: 10 Points

    Three judges of the Supreme Court are reading out their verdict on the Cauvery water dispute that has been a source of tension between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and has persisted despite attempts at a solution over 120 years. Both states insist that they are hopeful but each has kept police reinforcements on standby in case of a verdict that is not ...

  • Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    The legal challenge to the Aadhaar identification programme is the most important case ever heard by the Supreme Court, more important than the 1976 verdict in which the top court upheld suspension of fundamental rights during Emergency, senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told five judges of the Supreme Court today.

  • Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Justice AM Khanwilkar, one of the three Supreme Court judges expected to hear the appeal into the politically sensitive Bofors case, today recused himself from the case. The judge did not cite any reasons for opting out of the bench.

  • Buffalo Race To Continue In Karnataka, Says Supreme Court

    Buffalo Race To Continue In Karnataka, Says Supreme Court

    The annual buffalo race, Kambala, will continue in Karnataka for now, as the Supreme Court today refused to put it hold and said it will hear the matter in March. The Kambala festivities start in December and continue till March and coincide with Pongal celebrations which involve buffaloes racing along a muddy stretch, usually tied to a plough and ...

  • Father Of Army Officer Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths Goes To Supreme Court

    Father Of Army Officer Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths Goes To Supreme Court

    The father of the army officer named in the case involving the deaths of three men in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, has approached the Supreme Court. The petition by Lt Colonel Karamveer Singh, a serving officer of the Indian army, challenges the police case and says it violates the fundamental rights of his son, Major Aditya Singh. The petition als...

  • Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    The case over the 2.7 acre disputed Ayodhya site claimed by both Hindus and Muslims will be taken up by the Supreme Court on March 14. A three-judge bench of the top court headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, which put off the hearings expected to start today also, has underlined that it would deal with the case as a "pure land dispute". The judges...

  • Driving Licences Will Soon Be Linked With Aadhaar, Supreme Court Told

    Driving Licences Will Soon Be Linked With Aadhaar, Supreme Court Told

    After linking welfare programmes and financial services to Aadhaar, the Centre is in the process of adding driving licences to the mix, the Supreme Court was told today. The aim, the government said, was to weed out fake licenses and a software is being prepared that will connect licenses issued in all states on real-time.

  • Sahara's Aamby Valley To Be Auctioned In Parts, Says Supreme Court

    Sahara's Aamby Valley To Be Auctioned In Parts, Says Supreme Court

    There were no takers for the purchase of the entire township, said the official liquidator of Sahara's project.

  • Aadhaar Is Government's Right To Information On Citizens, Supreme Court Told

    Aadhaar Is Government's Right To Information On Citizens, Supreme Court Told

    A law cannot be declared unconstitutional just because it could be misused, a Supreme Court judge said on Tuesday during the hearing in the crucial Aadhaar case. The five-judge constitution bench had heard senior lawyer Kapil Sibal outline how the 12-digit biometric data-based Unique Identification number could put privacy of citizens at risk.

  • "Court Turned Fish Market," Says Irate Judge As Lawyers In Loya Case Spar

    "Court Turned Fish Market," Says Irate Judge As Lawyers In Loya Case Spar

    Raucous acrimony between two opposing lawyers during the hearing of the BH Loya death case on Monday exasperated a judge of the Supreme Court, who finally remarked that the court was turning into a "fish market". The petition being heard - demanding an independent inquiry into the death of the judge - is one of the sensitive cases that drove a wed...

  • When 2 Adults Get Married, No One Can Interfere: Chief Justice

    When 2 Adults Get Married, No One Can Interfere: Chief Justice

    Hearing a case on family killings over "dishonour", Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today said when two adults marry, no one has the right to interfere.

  • CBI Moves Supreme Court Against 12-Year-Old Order In Bofors Case

    CBI Moves Supreme Court Against 12-Year-Old Order In Bofors Case

    The CBI has appealed to the Supreme Court against a 12-year-old high court order cancelling charges in the Bofors case against UK-based industrialists, the Hinduja brothers, and the Swedish firm.

  • 'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    The hearing in the crucial Aadhaar case had its moment of drama today as raised voice from an advocate drew a stinging rebuke from a judge. A five-judge constitution bench is hearing the contentious petition challenges the validity of Aadhaar, the 12-digit Unique Identification number that has been made mandatory by the government for welfare schem...

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  • Those Contesting Polls Have to Reveal Income Sources, Says Supreme Court

    Those Contesting Polls Have to Reveal Income Sources, Says Supreme Court

    Set up a permanent mechanism to collect data on the assets of legislators and put it in the public domain, the Supreme Court has told the government. This will enable voters to take an appropriate decision, the court said.

  • In Big Cauvery Verdict, Tamil Nadu's Water Share Cut, Karnataka Gets More

    In Big Cauvery Verdict, Tamil Nadu's Water Share Cut, Karnataka Gets More

    In a landmark verdict that casts a long shadow on southern politics, Tamil Nadu's share of water from the river Cauvery has been reduced by the Supreme Court and Karnataka will receive a bigger share. Karnataka will now release 177.25 TMC or thousand million cubic feet to Tamil Nadu instead of 192. Karnataka's increased share takes care of the dri...

  • Supreme Court Judgment On 120-Year-Old Cauvery Dispute Today: 10 Points

    Supreme Court Judgment On 120-Year-Old Cauvery Dispute Today: 10 Points

    Three judges of the Supreme Court are reading out their verdict on the Cauvery water dispute that has been a source of tension between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and has persisted despite attempts at a solution over 120 years. Both states insist that they are hopeful but each has kept police reinforcements on standby in case of a verdict that is not ...

  • Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    Free Choice Or State Decision: Kapil Sibal Sharpens Argument On Aadhaar In Supreme Court

    The legal challenge to the Aadhaar identification programme is the most important case ever heard by the Supreme Court, more important than the 1976 verdict in which the top court upheld suspension of fundamental rights during Emergency, senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told five judges of the Supreme Court today.

  • Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Justice AM Khanwilkar, one of the three Supreme Court judges expected to hear the appeal into the politically sensitive Bofors case, today recused himself from the case. The judge did not cite any reasons for opting out of the bench.

  • Buffalo Race To Continue In Karnataka, Says Supreme Court

    Buffalo Race To Continue In Karnataka, Says Supreme Court

    The annual buffalo race, Kambala, will continue in Karnataka for now, as the Supreme Court today refused to put it hold and said it will hear the matter in March. The Kambala festivities start in December and continue till March and coincide with Pongal celebrations which involve buffaloes racing along a muddy stretch, usually tied to a plough and ...

  • Father Of Army Officer Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths Goes To Supreme Court

    Father Of Army Officer Accused In Kashmir Civilian Deaths Goes To Supreme Court

    The father of the army officer named in the case involving the deaths of three men in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, has approached the Supreme Court. The petition by Lt Colonel Karamveer Singh, a serving officer of the Indian army, challenges the police case and says it violates the fundamental rights of his son, Major Aditya Singh. The petition als...

  • Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    The case over the 2.7 acre disputed Ayodhya site claimed by both Hindus and Muslims will be taken up by the Supreme Court on March 14. A three-judge bench of the top court headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, which put off the hearings expected to start today also, has underlined that it would deal with the case as a "pure land dispute". The judges...

  • Driving Licences Will Soon Be Linked With Aadhaar, Supreme Court Told

    Driving Licences Will Soon Be Linked With Aadhaar, Supreme Court Told

    After linking welfare programmes and financial services to Aadhaar, the Centre is in the process of adding driving licences to the mix, the Supreme Court was told today. The aim, the government said, was to weed out fake licenses and a software is being prepared that will connect licenses issued in all states on real-time.

  • Sahara's Aamby Valley To Be Auctioned In Parts, Says Supreme Court

    Sahara's Aamby Valley To Be Auctioned In Parts, Says Supreme Court

    There were no takers for the purchase of the entire township, said the official liquidator of Sahara's project.

  • Aadhaar Is Government's Right To Information On Citizens, Supreme Court Told

    Aadhaar Is Government's Right To Information On Citizens, Supreme Court Told

    A law cannot be declared unconstitutional just because it could be misused, a Supreme Court judge said on Tuesday during the hearing in the crucial Aadhaar case. The five-judge constitution bench had heard senior lawyer Kapil Sibal outline how the 12-digit biometric data-based Unique Identification number could put privacy of citizens at risk.

  • "Court Turned Fish Market," Says Irate Judge As Lawyers In Loya Case Spar

    "Court Turned Fish Market," Says Irate Judge As Lawyers In Loya Case Spar

    Raucous acrimony between two opposing lawyers during the hearing of the BH Loya death case on Monday exasperated a judge of the Supreme Court, who finally remarked that the court was turning into a "fish market". The petition being heard - demanding an independent inquiry into the death of the judge - is one of the sensitive cases that drove a wed...

  • When 2 Adults Get Married, No One Can Interfere: Chief Justice

    When 2 Adults Get Married, No One Can Interfere: Chief Justice

    Hearing a case on family killings over "dishonour", Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today said when two adults marry, no one has the right to interfere.

  • CBI Moves Supreme Court Against 12-Year-Old Order In Bofors Case

    CBI Moves Supreme Court Against 12-Year-Old Order In Bofors Case

    The CBI has appealed to the Supreme Court against a 12-year-old high court order cancelling charges in the Bofors case against UK-based industrialists, the Hinduja brothers, and the Swedish firm.

  • 'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    'Don't Care If I Am Known As Aadhaar Judge,' Says Justice Chandrachud

    The hearing in the crucial Aadhaar case had its moment of drama today as raised voice from an advocate drew a stinging rebuke from a judge. A five-judge constitution bench is hearing the contentious petition challenges the validity of Aadhaar, the 12-digit Unique Identification number that has been made mandatory by the government for welfare schem...

  • After Rift, Chief Justice Dipak Misra Makes Public Supreme Court Judges' Roster

    After Rift, Chief Justice Dipak Misra Makes Public Supreme Court Judges' Roster

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has made public the assignment of cases in the Supreme Court and has also decided that he will take up all public interest petitions, weeks after four judges called an extraordinary press conference to accuse the top judge of allocating "sensitive cases" to junior judges.

  • Remove High Court Judge For Misconduct, Chief Justice Writes To President

    Remove High Court Judge For Misconduct, Chief Justice Writes To President

    A judge of the Allahabad High Court, indicted by a committee of judges for misconduct in the medical admissions scam, should be removed, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has told President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sources said. As the first step, the judicial functions of Justice SN Shukla were withdrawn last week followi...

  • 3 States Get Contempt Notice From Supreme Court On Cow Vigilantism

    3 States Get Contempt Notice From Supreme Court On Cow Vigilantism

    Three states - Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh - have received contempt notice from the Supreme Court for allegedly failing to prevent incidents of cow vigilantism despite an order last year to do so. The states will have to reply to the notice by April 3.

  • "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big brother is constantly watching us... Why should the big brother have data? He may use it," senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Wednesday hearing petitions that contend the Aadhaar identification programme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy.

  • CBI, Accused Of Gaps In Probe By Rajiv Gandhi Killer, Blames Sri Lankans

    CBI, Accused Of Gaps In Probe By Rajiv Gandhi Killer, Blames Sri Lankans

    A convict who has spent 26 years in jail for the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi has requested the Supreme Court to reopen the case and cancel his conviction. This, after the CBI said in court today that it could not properly investigate the bomb that killed the former prime minister because it "got no help from Sri Lanka" in establishing the origin ...

  • Cash May Have Skewed RK Nagar By-Poll? Chief Election Commissioner's Rare Admission

    Cash May Have Skewed RK Nagar By-Poll? Chief Election Commissioner's Rare Admission

    In an acknowledgement that some candidates in RK Nagar by-elections may have outsmarted the election body, Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat told NDTV that the commission needed to take "a very comprehensive look at the whole system of preventing abuse of money" after the by-election in Chennai.

  • Allegations With Little Facts: New Election Commission Chief OP Rawat's Dig At AAP

    Allegations With Little Facts: New Election Commission Chief OP Rawat's Dig At AAP

    OP Rawat, who took over as the Chief Election Commissioner today told NDTV, that the poll body had always been "neutral and unbiased", an assertion that comes against the backdrop of the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party dragging the poll panel into a controversy after its "opinion" led to the disqualification of 20 AAP lawmakers.

  • You Will Screen "Padmaavat", Supreme Court Orders Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan

    You Will Screen "<i>Padmaavat</i>", Supreme Court Orders Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan

    The Supreme Court today rejected the final attempt by Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh to ban the film "Padmaavat", which is set to be released on Thursday amid protests by Rajput groups. "It's an order, better abide by it. You (states) can advise people not to watch the movie," the judges said.

  • Hadiya Adult, Can't Question Her Marriage, Says Supreme Court

    Hadiya Adult, Can't Question Her Marriage, Says Supreme Court

    Hearing the case of Hadiya, the Kerala woman whose marriage with a Muslim man, Shafin Jahan, was annulled by the high court last year, the Supreme Court said today that her marital status cannot be probed.

  • On 'Padmaavat', Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Seek Supreme Court Rethink

    On '<i>Padmaavat</i>', Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh Seek Supreme Court Rethink

    Ahead of "Padmaavat's" release on Thursday after a Supreme Court order, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh have petitioned the top court for a review and said that states must be allowed to stop the film on grounds of law and order trouble. Their appeal will be heard tomorrow.

  • Angry Chief Justice, Sparring Lawyers As Top Court Hears Judge Loya Case: 10 Facts

    Angry Chief Justice, Sparring Lawyers As Top Court Hears Judge Loya Case: 10 Facts

    Calling it a "serious matter", the Supreme Court today asked for all documents related to the Judge BH Loya case and said it would look into it "in a fair way". The court also took over two related cases from the Bombay High Court. In an hour-long hearing packed with drama, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra lost his temper, a lawyer had to apologi...

  • After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra will on Monday hear the case about Judge BH Loya's death, one of the main triggers for last week's unprecedented crisis in India's judiciary.

  • 20 AAP Lawmakers Set To Be Disqualified, Go To High Court

    20 AAP Lawmakers Set To Be Disqualified, Go To High Court

    In a massive blow to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Election Commission has recommended to the President that 20 legislators of his Aam Aadmi Party be disqualified for holding offices of profit as parliamentary secretaries, sources said today.

  • "She Later Said I Love You": Top Court Confirms "Peepli Live" Maker's Acquittal

    "She Later Said I Love You": Top Court Confirms "<i>Peepli Live</i>" Maker's Acquittal

    Rejecting a petition challenging the acquittal of Peepli Live director Mahmood Farooqui, the Supreme Court today upheld the verdict of the Delhi High Court. "It is not a case where strangers met. It is a relationship and they were known to each other," the top court said.

  • For Arguments In Court On Padmaavat, Harish Salve Gets Twitter Love

    For Arguments In Court On <i>Padmaavat</i>, Harish Salve Gets Twitter Love

    Marquee lawyer Harish Salve won his case today, with the Supreme Court ruling that states like Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh cannot ban the screening of "Padmaavat" given that it has been cleared for release by the country's censor board which certifies films.

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