A Vaidyanathan And Sunil Prabhu


'A Vaidyanathan And Sunil Prabhu' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Last Chance To Decide On Loan Moratorium Plan: Supreme Court To Centre

    Last Chance To Decide On Loan Moratorium Plan: Supreme Court To Centre

    The Supreme Court today gave the government two more weeks "to come up with something concrete" to help borrowers ease their EMI burden using an optional moratorium on repayment of loans allowed during the coronavirus crisis. "What is going to happen in two weeks?... We are giving time to the centre, but take a concrete decision," the judges said a...

  • Maharashtra Governor Working At BJP's "Behest": Shiv Sena Goes To Supreme Court

    Maharashtra Governor Working At BJP's "Behest": Shiv Sena Goes To Supreme Court

    The Shiv Sena approached the Supreme Court today against Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari's refusal to grant it extra time to stake claim to form the next government in Maharashtra. The decision was "unconstitutional, unreasonable and malafide," the party said in its petition to the top court. Congress leader and former Union Minister Kap...

  • 'Unity Among Top Court Judges Will Return By Monday': Attorney General

    'Unity Among Top Court Judges Will Return By Monday': Attorney General

    Unity among Supreme Court judges will return by Monday, Attorney General KK Venugopal told NDTV today, referring to the unprecedented press conference by four of the most senior judges in which they questioned the conduct of the Chief Justice of India.

  • We Weren't In The Loop, Says Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad On Justice Jayant Patel's Transfer

    We Weren't In The Loop, Says Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad On Justice Jayant Patel's Transfer

    Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today insulated the government from the raging controversy over the move to transfer the Karnataka High Court judge Jayant Patel that led him to put in his papers this week. Justice Patel, who had ordered a CBI investigation in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan encounter case in Gujarat, told NDTV that he wanted to stay back in...

  • New Law to Select Judges in Effect. Why That Could Irk Supreme Court.

    New Law to Select Judges in Effect. Why That Could Irk Supreme Court.

    The government has said that starting today, how India's judges are chosen has been changed.

'A Vaidyanathan And Sunil Prabhu' - 5 News Result(s)

  • Last Chance To Decide On Loan Moratorium Plan: Supreme Court To Centre

    Last Chance To Decide On Loan Moratorium Plan: Supreme Court To Centre

    The Supreme Court today gave the government two more weeks "to come up with something concrete" to help borrowers ease their EMI burden using an optional moratorium on repayment of loans allowed during the coronavirus crisis. "What is going to happen in two weeks?... We are giving time to the centre, but take a concrete decision," the judges said a...

  • Maharashtra Governor Working At BJP's "Behest": Shiv Sena Goes To Supreme Court

    Maharashtra Governor Working At BJP's "Behest": Shiv Sena Goes To Supreme Court

    The Shiv Sena approached the Supreme Court today against Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari's refusal to grant it extra time to stake claim to form the next government in Maharashtra. The decision was "unconstitutional, unreasonable and malafide," the party said in its petition to the top court. Congress leader and former Union Minister Kap...

  • 'Unity Among Top Court Judges Will Return By Monday': Attorney General

    'Unity Among Top Court Judges Will Return By Monday': Attorney General

    Unity among Supreme Court judges will return by Monday, Attorney General KK Venugopal told NDTV today, referring to the unprecedented press conference by four of the most senior judges in which they questioned the conduct of the Chief Justice of India.

  • We Weren't In The Loop, Says Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad On Justice Jayant Patel's Transfer

    We Weren't In The Loop, Says Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad On Justice Jayant Patel's Transfer

    Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad today insulated the government from the raging controversy over the move to transfer the Karnataka High Court judge Jayant Patel that led him to put in his papers this week. Justice Patel, who had ordered a CBI investigation in the 2004 Ishrat Jahan encounter case in Gujarat, told NDTV that he wanted to stay back in...

  • New Law to Select Judges in Effect. Why That Could Irk Supreme Court.

    New Law to Select Judges in Effect. Why That Could Irk Supreme Court.

    The government has said that starting today, how India's judges are chosen has been changed.

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