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  • CLAT 2018: Compensatory Marks For Technical Glitches, Says Supreme Court

    CLAT 2018: Compensatory Marks For Technical Glitches, Says Supreme Court

    Around 400 students who took the common online entrance test for legal studies, CLAT, and lost tie due to technical glitches, will get compensatory marks, the Supreme Court has said. The students had approached the top court after they lost 15 minutes and more during the exam for difficulties in logging in and other problems. Though 4000 students h...

  • "Not Correct": Election Body Chief On Demand To Scrap Voting Machines

    "Not Correct": Election Body Chief On Demand To Scrap Voting Machines

    As the Samajwadi Party's Akhilesh Yadav led a renewed offensive against voting machines, Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat told NDTV that it was not correct to go back to paper ballot papers but said the "political parties are free to have their own take". Mr Rawat underlined that the commission and the polling staff would be able to reduce the ...

  • Allegations Of Faulty Vote Machines In UP Where It's BJP vs Opposition

    Allegations Of Faulty Vote Machines In UP Where It's BJP vs Opposition

    As bypolls took place across nine states on Monday, there were allegations of malfunctioning voting machines at Kairana and Noorpur in Uttar Pradesh, constituencies seen as testing grounds for opposition unity against the state's ruling BJP.

  • "Hotel Owner Has 116...Says Make Me Chief Minister": Comic Relief In Supreme Court

    "Hotel Owner Has 116...Says Make Me Chief Minister": Comic Relief In Supreme Court

    Like every big development, the Karnataka numbers game also inspired many social media jokes, memes and WhatsApp messages. One of them featured in the Supreme Court hearing in which BJP's BS Yeddyurappa was ordered to take a trust vote by 4 pm on Saturday.

  • 15 Days Cut To 24 Hours: Yeddyurappa Has To Prove Majority Tomorrow At 4

    15 Days Cut To 24 Hours: Yeddyurappa Has To Prove Majority Tomorrow At 4

    The BJP's BS Yeddyurappa, who was sworn in yesterday as Chief Minister of a minority government in Karnataka, has to take a trust vote at 4 pm tomorrow, the Supreme Court said today, drastically slashing to 24 hours the time he has to win over more lawmakers

  • 116 Congress, JDS Lawmakers Shipped Out Before Karnataka Test: 10 Points

    116 Congress, JDS Lawmakers Shipped Out Before Karnataka Test: 10 Points

    More than a hundred newly-elected Karnataka legislators from the Congress and the JDS reached Hyderabad this morning just as the Supreme Court ordered a floor test for the BS Yeddyurappa-led BJP government tomorrow at 4 pm. The BJP has 104 lawmakers and the support of one independent MLA - seven short of the majority mark of 112. Karnataka Governor...

  • "You Mean Before Swearing-In MLAs Can Switch Sides?": Supreme Court

    "You Mean Before Swearing-In MLAs Can Switch Sides?": Supreme Court

    In an overnight hearing the Supreme Court refused to stay BS Yeddyurppa's swearing-in as Karnataka's new Chief Minister. The Congress-Janata Dal Secular combine petitioned the Supreme Court against Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala, for inviting the BJP to form government, saying it has the signatures of 116 newly elected lawmakers while the BJP has...

  • "Preposterous": Court On Centre's Argument On Defection Law In Karnataka

    "Preposterous": Court On Centre's Argument On Defection Law In Karnataka

    The anti-defection law, which bans lawmakers from switching parties, does not apply to Karnataka's newly-elected legislators if they haven't been sworn in yet, the centre argued in a post-midnight Supreme Court hearing on Congress' petition after BJP's BS Yeddyurappa was invited by the governor to form government and also given 15 days to prove his...

  • In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    The petition challenging BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa's swearing in as Karnataka Chief Minister is now being heard in the Supreme Court after the Congress, which has called the governor's decision an "encounter of the Constitution", filed an urgent petition in the Supreme Court shortly before midnight.

  • As Congress Plans Legal Step On Karnataka, Harish Salve Clarifies

    As Congress Plans Legal Step On Karnataka, Harish Salve Clarifies

    The Congress is planning to go to the Supreme Court if Governor Vajubhai Vala invites the BJP instead of them to form government, sources in the party have told NDTV. The party can file a petition tonight if need be, the sources said. Senior Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi is in charge of the move.

  • Justice Chelameswar To Skip Sitting With Chief Justice Dipak Misra On Last Working Day

    Justice Chelameswar To Skip Sitting With Chief Justice Dipak Misra On Last Working Day

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, who will retire on Friday, will not be sharing a bench with the Chief Justice of India on his last working day. The second most senior judge in the Supreme Court has refused to attend is farewell by the top court's bar association, saying he wants his retirement to be a "private affair".

  • Congress' Navjot Singh Sidhu Won't Go To Jail In Road Rage Case, Fined Rs 1,000 By Supreme Court

    Congress' Navjot Singh Sidhu Won't Go To Jail In Road Rage Case, Fined Rs 1,000 By Supreme Court

    Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has been found guilty of causing injuries to a person in a 30-year-old road rage case and fined for Rs 1,000 by the Supreme Court. The cricketer-turned-politician won't go to jail and will retain his portfolio in the Punjab government.

  • Karnataka Polls: Cameras, Complete Transparency But Cash Seizures Big Concern, Says OP Rawat

    Karnataka Polls: Cameras, Complete Transparency But Cash Seizures Big Concern, Says OP Rawat

    On his big day the poll panel chief, OP Rawat has told NDTV that "excellent arrangements" have been made at the counting centres on Tuesday. There are seven cameras in every counting hall and complete transparency, OP Rawat, said. Polling stations will be randomly selected from all the constituencies and electronic voting machines will be tallied b...

  • Decision Today On Road Rage Case Against Navjot Sidhu In Supreme Court

    Decision Today On Road Rage Case Against Navjot Sidhu In Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court will decide today whether Punjab cabinet minister and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu is guilty of killing a man out of road rage 30 years ago. Mr Sidhu contends that the man had died of a cardiac arrest and not because he was hit on the head.

  • Centre Submits Cauvery Draft, Supreme Court Seeks States' Response: 10 Points

    Centre Submits Cauvery Draft, Supreme Court Seeks States' Response: 10 Points

    Two days after Karnataka voted in the high-decibel Assembly elections that kept the ruling BJP on its toes, the centre finally submitted its draft on Cauvery water sharing arrangement in the Supreme Court. The delay in the setting up of the Cauvery Management Board, as directed by the Supreme Court, led to protests across Tamil Nadu, which is suppo...

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'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • CLAT 2018: Compensatory Marks For Technical Glitches, Says Supreme Court

    CLAT 2018: Compensatory Marks For Technical Glitches, Says Supreme Court

    Around 400 students who took the common online entrance test for legal studies, CLAT, and lost tie due to technical glitches, will get compensatory marks, the Supreme Court has said. The students had approached the top court after they lost 15 minutes and more during the exam for difficulties in logging in and other problems. Though 4000 students h...

  • "Not Correct": Election Body Chief On Demand To Scrap Voting Machines

    "Not Correct": Election Body Chief On Demand To Scrap Voting Machines

    As the Samajwadi Party's Akhilesh Yadav led a renewed offensive against voting machines, Chief Election Commissioner OP Rawat told NDTV that it was not correct to go back to paper ballot papers but said the "political parties are free to have their own take". Mr Rawat underlined that the commission and the polling staff would be able to reduce the ...

  • Allegations Of Faulty Vote Machines In UP Where It's BJP vs Opposition

    Allegations Of Faulty Vote Machines In UP Where It's BJP vs Opposition

    As bypolls took place across nine states on Monday, there were allegations of malfunctioning voting machines at Kairana and Noorpur in Uttar Pradesh, constituencies seen as testing grounds for opposition unity against the state's ruling BJP.

  • "Hotel Owner Has 116...Says Make Me Chief Minister": Comic Relief In Supreme Court

    "Hotel Owner Has 116...Says Make Me Chief Minister": Comic Relief In Supreme Court

    Like every big development, the Karnataka numbers game also inspired many social media jokes, memes and WhatsApp messages. One of them featured in the Supreme Court hearing in which BJP's BS Yeddyurappa was ordered to take a trust vote by 4 pm on Saturday.

  • 15 Days Cut To 24 Hours: Yeddyurappa Has To Prove Majority Tomorrow At 4

    15 Days Cut To 24 Hours: Yeddyurappa Has To Prove Majority Tomorrow At 4

    The BJP's BS Yeddyurappa, who was sworn in yesterday as Chief Minister of a minority government in Karnataka, has to take a trust vote at 4 pm tomorrow, the Supreme Court said today, drastically slashing to 24 hours the time he has to win over more lawmakers

  • 116 Congress, JDS Lawmakers Shipped Out Before Karnataka Test: 10 Points

    116 Congress, JDS Lawmakers Shipped Out Before Karnataka Test: 10 Points

    More than a hundred newly-elected Karnataka legislators from the Congress and the JDS reached Hyderabad this morning just as the Supreme Court ordered a floor test for the BS Yeddyurappa-led BJP government tomorrow at 4 pm. The BJP has 104 lawmakers and the support of one independent MLA - seven short of the majority mark of 112. Karnataka Governor...

  • "You Mean Before Swearing-In MLAs Can Switch Sides?": Supreme Court

    "You Mean Before Swearing-In MLAs Can Switch Sides?": Supreme Court

    In an overnight hearing the Supreme Court refused to stay BS Yeddyurppa's swearing-in as Karnataka's new Chief Minister. The Congress-Janata Dal Secular combine petitioned the Supreme Court against Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala, for inviting the BJP to form government, saying it has the signatures of 116 newly elected lawmakers while the BJP has...

  • "Preposterous": Court On Centre's Argument On Defection Law In Karnataka

    "Preposterous": Court On Centre's Argument On Defection Law In Karnataka

    The anti-defection law, which bans lawmakers from switching parties, does not apply to Karnataka's newly-elected legislators if they haven't been sworn in yet, the centre argued in a post-midnight Supreme Court hearing on Congress' petition after BJP's BS Yeddyurappa was invited by the governor to form government and also given 15 days to prove his...

  • In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    The petition challenging BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa's swearing in as Karnataka Chief Minister is now being heard in the Supreme Court after the Congress, which has called the governor's decision an "encounter of the Constitution", filed an urgent petition in the Supreme Court shortly before midnight.

  • As Congress Plans Legal Step On Karnataka, Harish Salve Clarifies

    As Congress Plans Legal Step On Karnataka, Harish Salve Clarifies

    The Congress is planning to go to the Supreme Court if Governor Vajubhai Vala invites the BJP instead of them to form government, sources in the party have told NDTV. The party can file a petition tonight if need be, the sources said. Senior Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi is in charge of the move.

  • Justice Chelameswar To Skip Sitting With Chief Justice Dipak Misra On Last Working Day

    Justice Chelameswar To Skip Sitting With Chief Justice Dipak Misra On Last Working Day

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, who will retire on Friday, will not be sharing a bench with the Chief Justice of India on his last working day. The second most senior judge in the Supreme Court has refused to attend is farewell by the top court's bar association, saying he wants his retirement to be a "private affair".

  • Congress' Navjot Singh Sidhu Won't Go To Jail In Road Rage Case, Fined Rs 1,000 By Supreme Court

    Congress' Navjot Singh Sidhu Won't Go To Jail In Road Rage Case, Fined Rs 1,000 By Supreme Court

    Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has been found guilty of causing injuries to a person in a 30-year-old road rage case and fined for Rs 1,000 by the Supreme Court. The cricketer-turned-politician won't go to jail and will retain his portfolio in the Punjab government.

  • Karnataka Polls: Cameras, Complete Transparency But Cash Seizures Big Concern, Says OP Rawat

    Karnataka Polls: Cameras, Complete Transparency But Cash Seizures Big Concern, Says OP Rawat

    On his big day the poll panel chief, OP Rawat has told NDTV that "excellent arrangements" have been made at the counting centres on Tuesday. There are seven cameras in every counting hall and complete transparency, OP Rawat, said. Polling stations will be randomly selected from all the constituencies and electronic voting machines will be tallied b...

  • Decision Today On Road Rage Case Against Navjot Sidhu In Supreme Court

    Decision Today On Road Rage Case Against Navjot Sidhu In Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court will decide today whether Punjab cabinet minister and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu is guilty of killing a man out of road rage 30 years ago. Mr Sidhu contends that the man had died of a cardiac arrest and not because he was hit on the head.

  • Centre Submits Cauvery Draft, Supreme Court Seeks States' Response: 10 Points

    Centre Submits Cauvery Draft, Supreme Court Seeks States' Response: 10 Points

    Two days after Karnataka voted in the high-decibel Assembly elections that kept the ruling BJP on its toes, the centre finally submitted its draft on Cauvery water sharing arrangement in the Supreme Court. The delay in the setting up of the Cauvery Management Board, as directed by the Supreme Court, led to protests across Tamil Nadu, which is suppo...

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