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  • Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    The Supreme Court will deliver a verdict on Monday on the reopening of the Sterlite plant at Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu government had approached the top court against the National Green Tribunal's order allowing the Sterlite plant to reopen, in a case that's seen as politically sensitive.

  • "Not Just Bureaucrats": Top Court On Appointments To Information Panel

    "Not Just Bureaucrats": Top Court On Appointments To Information Panel

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life and not just bureaucratsshould be considered for the role of Information Commissioners, who arepart of the body formed to look into complaints and requests for information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, the Supreme Court said today. The top court also stressed on theimportance of the need for trans...

  • In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    The centre, not the Delhi government, has the power to order investigations against corrupt officers in the capital, the Supreme Court said today, in a huge blow to Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government. The top court also left the decision on who controls Delhi officers to a higher bench following a split verdict between two judges. ...

  • CBI's M Nageswara Rao Guilty Of Contempt; Supreme Court's Unusual 'Punishment'

    CBI's M Nageswara Rao Guilty Of Contempt; Supreme Court's Unusual 'Punishment'

    M Nageswara Rao, one of the top officers at the Central Bureau of Investigation, was found guilty of contempt for ordering the transfer of an officer investigating the sexual abuse of children at Bihar's government-run shelter homes by the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

  • CBI's Nageswara Rao Apologises To Supreme Court For Transfer Of Officer

    CBI's Nageswara Rao Apologises To Supreme Court For Transfer Of Officer

    CBI Additional Director M Nageswara Rao today apologised to the Supreme Court for the transfer of an officer supervising the case involving the sexual abuse of children at Bihar's government-run shelter homes.

  • Bihar Shelter Case Transferred To Delhi, Trial To Be Finished In 6 Months

    Bihar Shelter Case Transferred To Delhi, Trial To Be Finished In 6 Months

    The Muzaffarpur shelter home sexual assault case will be transferred from Bihar to a court in New Delhi, the Supreme Court said today as it lashed out at the state government for its management of the facilities for orphaned or at-risk children.

  • "Enough Is Enough": Top Court's Stiff Warning To Bihar Over Shelter Rapes

    "Enough Is Enough": Top Court's Stiff Warning To Bihar Over Shelter Rapes

    Shelter Home Case Bihar: The Supreme Court today pulled up the Bihar government and gave time till 2 PM to get back with answers to specific queries. The top court asked the state government how many shelters are there and what is the number of girls who stay there?

  • "Will Respect Sabarimala Verdict": Temple Board's U-Turn In Supreme Court

    "Will Respect Sabarimala Verdict": Temple Board's U-Turn In Supreme Court

    In a U-turn, the board controlling Kerala's Sabarimala temple told the Supreme Court today that it supports the entry of women of all ages at the famous hill shrine. The board is controlled by the state's Left-led government, which has opposed any review of the top court's September order that opened the temple doors to women between the ages of 10...

  • "Contempt A Bramhastra," Says Top Court, Gives Notice To Prashant Bhushan

    "Contempt A <i>Bramhastra</i>," Says Top Court, Gives Notice To Prashant Bhushan

    The Supreme Court has issued a notice to lawyer activist Prashant Bhushan following a petition for a contempt case. Attorney General KK Venugopal and the centre had filed the appeal for action against Mr Bhushan for his comments regarding the appointment of interim CBI director Nageshwar Rao.

  • "Home Ministry Trying To Destroy Process": Court On Assam Citizen's List

    "Home Ministry Trying To Destroy Process": Court On Assam Citizen's List

    The government cannot push the deadline for releasing the final list of people included in the Assam citizens' list beyond July 31, the Supreme Court said today, as it criticised the Home Ministry for seeking to stop work related to the National Register of Citizens during the Lok Sabha elections due by May.

  • No Arrest For Kolkata Police Chief, Must Cooperate With CBI: Top Court

    No Arrest For Kolkata Police Chief, Must Cooperate With CBI: Top Court

    Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar cannot be arrested but he has to appear before the CBI in Shillong, make available all evidence and cooperate with investigations into chit fund scams in Bengal, the Supreme Court said today as the centre accused the officer of "doctoring evidence" and shielding the accused.

  • Blow To Centre As Supreme Court Upholds Verdict On AIIMS Whistleblower

    Blow To Centre As Supreme Court Upholds Verdict On AIIMS Whistleblower

    In a setback to the Narendra Modi government, the Supreme Court today upheld an Uttarakhand High Court verdict holding that the centre and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences administration treated Indian Forest Service official Sanjeev Chaturvedi in a "vindictive" manner after he highlighted several instances of alleged corruption in the p...

  • "Went To His Daughter's Wedding": 3rd Judge Exits Interim CBI Chief Case

    "Went To His Daughter's Wedding": 3rd Judge Exits Interim CBI Chief Case

    A third Supreme Court judge withdrew from the hearing today on a petition challenging the appointment of M Nageswara Rao as interim chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Justice NV Ramana's exit puts off the case once again.

  • "Accusing Judiciary Of Political Bias Is Contempt Of Gravest Form," Supreme Court Warns Lawyers

    "Accusing Judiciary Of Political Bias Is Contempt Of Gravest Form," Supreme Court Warns Lawyers

    The Supreme Court today came down heavily on activist-lawyers who "attribute political colours" to judicial verdicts, terming it as "contempt of the gravest form". A two-judge bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and Vineet Saran said this following criticism that many verdicts were allegedly going in favour of the BJP-ruled central government.

  • "Don't Play Around With The Law": Supreme Court Warns Karti Chidambaram

    "Don't Play Around With The Law": Supreme Court Warns Karti Chidambaram

    The Supreme Court today allowed former finance minister P Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram to travel abroad but has warned him that the court will be "forced to take steps" if he is not cooperating with the probe agencies, investigating the Aircel-maxis case. Karti Chidambaram is an accused in the case.

'A Vaidyanathan' - 394 Video Result(s)

'A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    The Supreme Court will deliver a verdict on Monday on the reopening of the Sterlite plant at Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu government had approached the top court against the National Green Tribunal's order allowing the Sterlite plant to reopen, in a case that's seen as politically sensitive.

  • "Not Just Bureaucrats": Top Court On Appointments To Information Panel

    "Not Just Bureaucrats": Top Court On Appointments To Information Panel

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life and not just bureaucratsshould be considered for the role of Information Commissioners, who arepart of the body formed to look into complaints and requests for information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, the Supreme Court said today. The top court also stressed on theimportance of the need for trans...

  • In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    The centre, not the Delhi government, has the power to order investigations against corrupt officers in the capital, the Supreme Court said today, in a huge blow to Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government. The top court also left the decision on who controls Delhi officers to a higher bench following a split verdict between two judges. ...

  • CBI's M Nageswara Rao Guilty Of Contempt; Supreme Court's Unusual 'Punishment'

    CBI's M Nageswara Rao Guilty Of Contempt; Supreme Court's Unusual 'Punishment'

    M Nageswara Rao, one of the top officers at the Central Bureau of Investigation, was found guilty of contempt for ordering the transfer of an officer investigating the sexual abuse of children at Bihar's government-run shelter homes by the Supreme Court on Tuesday.

  • CBI's Nageswara Rao Apologises To Supreme Court For Transfer Of Officer

    CBI's Nageswara Rao Apologises To Supreme Court For Transfer Of Officer

    CBI Additional Director M Nageswara Rao today apologised to the Supreme Court for the transfer of an officer supervising the case involving the sexual abuse of children at Bihar's government-run shelter homes.

  • Bihar Shelter Case Transferred To Delhi, Trial To Be Finished In 6 Months

    Bihar Shelter Case Transferred To Delhi, Trial To Be Finished In 6 Months

    The Muzaffarpur shelter home sexual assault case will be transferred from Bihar to a court in New Delhi, the Supreme Court said today as it lashed out at the state government for its management of the facilities for orphaned or at-risk children.

  • "Enough Is Enough": Top Court's Stiff Warning To Bihar Over Shelter Rapes

    "Enough Is Enough": Top Court's Stiff Warning To Bihar Over Shelter Rapes

    Shelter Home Case Bihar: The Supreme Court today pulled up the Bihar government and gave time till 2 PM to get back with answers to specific queries. The top court asked the state government how many shelters are there and what is the number of girls who stay there?

  • "Will Respect Sabarimala Verdict": Temple Board's U-Turn In Supreme Court

    "Will Respect Sabarimala Verdict": Temple Board's U-Turn In Supreme Court

    In a U-turn, the board controlling Kerala's Sabarimala temple told the Supreme Court today that it supports the entry of women of all ages at the famous hill shrine. The board is controlled by the state's Left-led government, which has opposed any review of the top court's September order that opened the temple doors to women between the ages of 10...

  • "Contempt A Bramhastra," Says Top Court, Gives Notice To Prashant Bhushan

    "Contempt A <i>Bramhastra</i>," Says Top Court, Gives Notice To Prashant Bhushan

    The Supreme Court has issued a notice to lawyer activist Prashant Bhushan following a petition for a contempt case. Attorney General KK Venugopal and the centre had filed the appeal for action against Mr Bhushan for his comments regarding the appointment of interim CBI director Nageshwar Rao.

  • "Home Ministry Trying To Destroy Process": Court On Assam Citizen's List

    "Home Ministry Trying To Destroy Process": Court On Assam Citizen's List

    The government cannot push the deadline for releasing the final list of people included in the Assam citizens' list beyond July 31, the Supreme Court said today, as it criticised the Home Ministry for seeking to stop work related to the National Register of Citizens during the Lok Sabha elections due by May.

  • No Arrest For Kolkata Police Chief, Must Cooperate With CBI: Top Court

    No Arrest For Kolkata Police Chief, Must Cooperate With CBI: Top Court

    Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar cannot be arrested but he has to appear before the CBI in Shillong, make available all evidence and cooperate with investigations into chit fund scams in Bengal, the Supreme Court said today as the centre accused the officer of "doctoring evidence" and shielding the accused.

  • Blow To Centre As Supreme Court Upholds Verdict On AIIMS Whistleblower

    Blow To Centre As Supreme Court Upholds Verdict On AIIMS Whistleblower

    In a setback to the Narendra Modi government, the Supreme Court today upheld an Uttarakhand High Court verdict holding that the centre and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences administration treated Indian Forest Service official Sanjeev Chaturvedi in a "vindictive" manner after he highlighted several instances of alleged corruption in the p...

  • "Went To His Daughter's Wedding": 3rd Judge Exits Interim CBI Chief Case

    "Went To His Daughter's Wedding": 3rd Judge Exits Interim CBI Chief Case

    A third Supreme Court judge withdrew from the hearing today on a petition challenging the appointment of M Nageswara Rao as interim chief of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Justice NV Ramana's exit puts off the case once again.

  • "Accusing Judiciary Of Political Bias Is Contempt Of Gravest Form," Supreme Court Warns Lawyers

    "Accusing Judiciary Of Political Bias Is Contempt Of Gravest Form," Supreme Court Warns Lawyers

    The Supreme Court today came down heavily on activist-lawyers who "attribute political colours" to judicial verdicts, terming it as "contempt of the gravest form". A two-judge bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and Vineet Saran said this following criticism that many verdicts were allegedly going in favour of the BJP-ruled central government.

  • "Don't Play Around With The Law": Supreme Court Warns Karti Chidambaram

    "Don't Play Around With The Law": Supreme Court Warns Karti Chidambaram

    The Supreme Court today allowed former finance minister P Chidambaram's son Karti Chidambaram to travel abroad but has warned him that the court will be "forced to take steps" if he is not cooperating with the probe agencies, investigating the Aircel-maxis case. Karti Chidambaram is an accused in the case.

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