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  • After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's plan to reduce the pendency in the Supreme Court appears to have kicked into action. As a result of the Chief Justice of India's appeal to judges not to skip working days to attend seminars, a senior Supreme Court judge has declined an invitation to attend a conference in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Judge Who Quit After Accusing Senior Of Sex Harassment Wants Her Job Back

    Judge Who Quit After Accusing Senior Of Sex Harassment Wants Her Job Back

    A woman who was a judge in Madhya Pradesh and had resigned from office over four years ago after alleging sexual harassment by a judge at the Madhya Pradesh High Court stands a chance to be reinstated.

  • Need Details Of How Rafale Decision Made, Supreme Court Asks Government

    Need Details Of How Rafale Decision Made, Supreme Court Asks Government

    In the middle of a huge political row over the Rafale fighter jet deal, the government was asked by the Supreme Court today to furnish details of its decision-making process in a sealed cover by October 29. The court clarified it would not get into "pricing or suitability" of the jets. "We are not issuing notice to the government," said a three-jud...

  • Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    After NDTV's report on widespread pollution by graphite plant in Bengaluru's bustling Whitefield, the Supreme Court has decided to take up the caseandissued a notice to Graphite India Limited. The concerns of the residents of Whitefield were brought to the court's notice by an expert panel today.

  • Top Court's Sabarimala Order Challenged: "No Match For Voice Of People"

    Top Court's Sabarimala Order Challenged: "No Match For Voice Of People"

    A petition challenging the Supreme Court orderallowing women of all ages inside Kerala's Sabarimala temple was filed in the top court today amid mounting protests in Kerala. Seekinga review of the judgmentlifting the centuries-old ban, the petitioner said the verdict can't be a match for the voice of the people.

  • Election Dates Announced For Rajasthan, 4 Other States; Results On Dec 11

    Election Dates Announced For Rajasthan, 4 Other States; Results On Dec 11

    The Election Commission today announced a single phase election in Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram, and a two-phase election in Chhattisgarh -- all of which will be held in November. Rajasthan and Telangana will also have a single phase election on December 7. Counting of votes will be held on December 11 for all states, said Chief Election Commissioner...

  • In Election Body's Announcement Delay, Congress Sees Link To PM Rally

    In Election Body's Announcement Delay, Congress Sees Link To PM Rally

    The Congress today raised questions on the independence of the Election Commission after the election body changed the timing of its press conference to announce dates for assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram.

  • Election Dates In Madhya Pradesh, 3 Other States To Be Announced Today

    Election Dates In Madhya Pradesh, 3 Other States To Be Announced Today

    The Election Commission will today announce the dates of the assembly elections in four states, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram. The election date in Telangana is also likely to be announced today, according to sources.

  • "Won't Interfere": Top Court On Plea Challenging Sanjiv Bhatt's Arrest

    "Won't Interfere": Top Court On Plea Challenging Sanjiv Bhatt's Arrest

    The Supreme Court will not interfere in the ongoing investigation, a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said while dismissing a plea challenging the arrest of former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt in a 22-year-old case. He could approach an "appropriate forum" for relief, the bench added.

  • "No Place Safer Than Jail": Chief Justice On Delhi Journalist's Bail Request

    "No Place Safer Than Jail": Chief Justice On Delhi Journalist's Bail Request

    Journalist-political commentator Abhijit Iyer-Mitra, who was arrested last month over alleged derogatory remarks on the Konark Sun temple and Odisha, did not get protection from arrest in the Supreme Court today

  • "Punish" Congress For Fabricating Voter List: Election Body To Top Court

    "Punish" Congress For Fabricating Voter List: Election Body To Top Court

    The Congress fabricated voters' lists in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan to falsely claim duplication of names, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court today, asking that the party be punished for "misleading" the court.

  • 7 Rohingya Will Be Deported, Supreme Court Says Myanmar Has Accepted Them

    7 Rohingya Will Be Deported, Supreme Court Says Myanmar Has Accepted Them

    Seven Rohingya Muslims held at a detention centre in Assam will be handed over to Myanmar after the Supreme Court today refused to stop their deportation, the first such move by the government.

  • "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who became the 46th Chief Justice of India today, issued a new roster hours after taking oath, in which he kept most of the Public Interest Litigations with himself. Some of the cases will be heard by Justice Madan B Lokur.

  • Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra in his farewell speech today shared a brief recap of his experiences during his eventful stint as the head of the country's highest court. The Supreme Court is the strongest institution standing tall in the face of attacks, he said, in a reference that many were likely to see as a nod to his turbulen...

  • At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    Senior Supreme Court judge Ranjan Gogoi praised outgoing Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra at his farewell ceremony today, saying that he would continue in the stead of a judge who had taken several challenging cases ranging from "mob lynching to honour killing".

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'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's plan to reduce the pendency in the Supreme Court appears to have kicked into action. As a result of the Chief Justice of India's appeal to judges not to skip working days to attend seminars, a senior Supreme Court judge has declined an invitation to attend a conference in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Judge Who Quit After Accusing Senior Of Sex Harassment Wants Her Job Back

    Judge Who Quit After Accusing Senior Of Sex Harassment Wants Her Job Back

    A woman who was a judge in Madhya Pradesh and had resigned from office over four years ago after alleging sexual harassment by a judge at the Madhya Pradesh High Court stands a chance to be reinstated.

  • Need Details Of How Rafale Decision Made, Supreme Court Asks Government

    Need Details Of How Rafale Decision Made, Supreme Court Asks Government

    In the middle of a huge political row over the Rafale fighter jet deal, the government was asked by the Supreme Court today to furnish details of its decision-making process in a sealed cover by October 29. The court clarified it would not get into "pricing or suitability" of the jets. "We are not issuing notice to the government," said a three-jud...

  • Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    After NDTV's report on widespread pollution by graphite plant in Bengaluru's bustling Whitefield, the Supreme Court has decided to take up the caseandissued a notice to Graphite India Limited. The concerns of the residents of Whitefield were brought to the court's notice by an expert panel today.

  • Top Court's Sabarimala Order Challenged: "No Match For Voice Of People"

    Top Court's Sabarimala Order Challenged: "No Match For Voice Of People"

    A petition challenging the Supreme Court orderallowing women of all ages inside Kerala's Sabarimala temple was filed in the top court today amid mounting protests in Kerala. Seekinga review of the judgmentlifting the centuries-old ban, the petitioner said the verdict can't be a match for the voice of the people.

  • Election Dates Announced For Rajasthan, 4 Other States; Results On Dec 11

    Election Dates Announced For Rajasthan, 4 Other States; Results On Dec 11

    The Election Commission today announced a single phase election in Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram, and a two-phase election in Chhattisgarh -- all of which will be held in November. Rajasthan and Telangana will also have a single phase election on December 7. Counting of votes will be held on December 11 for all states, said Chief Election Commissioner...

  • In Election Body's Announcement Delay, Congress Sees Link To PM Rally

    In Election Body's Announcement Delay, Congress Sees Link To PM Rally

    The Congress today raised questions on the independence of the Election Commission after the election body changed the timing of its press conference to announce dates for assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Mizoram.

  • Election Dates In Madhya Pradesh, 3 Other States To Be Announced Today

    Election Dates In Madhya Pradesh, 3 Other States To Be Announced Today

    The Election Commission will today announce the dates of the assembly elections in four states, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram. The election date in Telangana is also likely to be announced today, according to sources.

  • "Won't Interfere": Top Court On Plea Challenging Sanjiv Bhatt's Arrest

    "Won't Interfere": Top Court On Plea Challenging Sanjiv Bhatt's Arrest

    The Supreme Court will not interfere in the ongoing investigation, a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said while dismissing a plea challenging the arrest of former IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt in a 22-year-old case. He could approach an "appropriate forum" for relief, the bench added.

  • "No Place Safer Than Jail": Chief Justice On Delhi Journalist's Bail Request

    "No Place Safer Than Jail": Chief Justice On Delhi Journalist's Bail Request

    Journalist-political commentator Abhijit Iyer-Mitra, who was arrested last month over alleged derogatory remarks on the Konark Sun temple and Odisha, did not get protection from arrest in the Supreme Court today

  • "Punish" Congress For Fabricating Voter List: Election Body To Top Court

    "Punish" Congress For Fabricating Voter List: Election Body To Top Court

    The Congress fabricated voters' lists in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan to falsely claim duplication of names, the Election Commission told the Supreme Court today, asking that the party be punished for "misleading" the court.

  • 7 Rohingya Will Be Deported, Supreme Court Says Myanmar Has Accepted Them

    7 Rohingya Will Be Deported, Supreme Court Says Myanmar Has Accepted Them

    Seven Rohingya Muslims held at a detention centre in Assam will be handed over to Myanmar after the Supreme Court today refused to stop their deportation, the first such move by the government.

  • "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who became the 46th Chief Justice of India today, issued a new roster hours after taking oath, in which he kept most of the Public Interest Litigations with himself. Some of the cases will be heard by Justice Madan B Lokur.

  • Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra in his farewell speech today shared a brief recap of his experiences during his eventful stint as the head of the country's highest court. The Supreme Court is the strongest institution standing tall in the face of attacks, he said, in a reference that many were likely to see as a nod to his turbulen...

  • At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    Senior Supreme Court judge Ranjan Gogoi praised outgoing Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra at his farewell ceremony today, saying that he would continue in the stead of a judge who had taken several challenging cases ranging from "mob lynching to honour killing".

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