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  • Will Not Dilute Provisions Of Dalit Atrocities Law, Says Supreme Court

    Will Not Dilute Provisions Of Dalit Atrocities Law, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court Thursday said it would not "dilute" the provisions of the SC/ST Act, 1989 and made it clear that its Constitution bench had already held that anticipatory bail could be granted in such matter if the courts feel that no prima facie case is made out.

  • Live Updates: Top Court Begins Hearing Petitions Over J&K's Article 370

    Live Updates: Top Court Begins Hearing Petitions Over J&K's Article 370

    Petitions related to Jammu and Kashmir, where massive security restrictions are in place since the government scrapped special status to the state under Article 370, are being heard by a Constitution bench of the Supreme Court.

  • "No Time" Due To Ayodhya Hearings: Top Court Puts Off J&K Cases By A Day

    "No Time" Due To Ayodhya Hearings: Top Court Puts Off J&K Cases By A Day

    All petitions related to Jammu and Kashmir, where massive security restrictions are in place since the government scrapped special status to the state under Article 370, were today put off by a day by the Supreme Court, which said they would be taken up by a Constitution bench from Tuesday.

  • Constitution Bench To Hear Pleas Challenging Article 370 Abrogation

    Constitution Bench To Hear Pleas Challenging Article 370 Abrogation

    The Supreme Court on Saturday set up a five-judge Constitution bench head by Justice N V Ramana to hear a batch of pleas related to abrogation of Article 370 provisions that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Supreme Court Targets October 18 To Complete Ayodhya Hearings: 10 Points

    Supreme Court Targets October 18 To Complete Ayodhya Hearings: 10 Points

    The Ayodhya case hearings must be completed by October 18, the Supreme Court said today, reopening the possibility of mediation to resolve the decades-old temple-mosque dispute if the petitioners so wanted. If the mediation panel resumes the task, it can give its report even after the verdict is reserved, sources say. But key litigants from both si...

  • UP Minister's "Supreme Court Is Ours" Remark Criticised By Chief Justice

    UP Minister's "Supreme Court Is Ours" Remark Criticised By Chief Justice

    Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi today condemned the claims of minister from Uttar Pradesh who claimed that the Ram temple the BJP promised in Ayodhya will be built, "since the Supreme Court is ours". "We deprecate such statements," said Chief Justice Gogoi, who is heading the five judge constitution bench that is hearing the case on title dispute on a ...

  • Highlights: Supreme Court Refers Pleas On Article 370 To 5-Judge Constitution Bench

    Highlights: Supreme Court Refers Pleas On Article 370 To 5-Judge Constitution Bench

    Jammu Kashmir Highlights: The Supreme Court this morning heard a batch of petitions challenging the Centre's decision to revoke some provisions of Article 370 to take away Jammu and Kashmir's special status.

  • No Hearing In Ayodhya Case On Day 8 As Top Court Judge Is Unavailable

    No Hearing In Ayodhya Case On Day 8 As Top Court Judge Is Unavailable

    The hearing in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case could not take place in the Supreme Court on Monday due to unavailability of one of the five judges of the Constitution bench.

  • Supreme Court Begins Daily Hearings On Ayodhya Title Suit

    Supreme Court Begins Daily Hearings On Ayodhya Title Suit

    A five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court has begun final hearing in the Ayodhya title suit as mediation by a three-member panel failed to resolve the matter.

  • Ayodhya Case: Top Court To Scrutinize Mediation Process, Pass Order Today

    Ayodhya Case: Top Court To Scrutinize Mediation Process, Pass Order Today

    The Supreme Court will examine a report on the "progress of mediation" in the Ayodhya land dispute case today. A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, had on July 11 sought a report on the issue and said that a day-to-day hearing may commence from July 25 if the court decides to conclude the mediation proceedings.

  • Mediators In Ayodhya Dispute Get Time Till August 15 To Find Solution

    Mediators In Ayodhya Dispute Get Time Till August 15 To Find Solution

    The mediation panel for the Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute was today given time till August 15 by the Supreme Court to come up with a solution. "The panel wants more time, which we are inclined to give," said a constitution bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.

  • 3 Mediators Including Sri Sri In Ayodhya Case, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    3 Mediators Including Sri Sri In Ayodhya Case, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    The decades-old Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute has been referred to a three-member panel of mediators who have eight weeks to speak to all stake-holders for a solution, the Supreme Court said today. A former Supreme Court judge, FM Ibrahim Kalifulla, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and a senior advocate, Sriram Panchu, will be in the mediation t...

  • Will There Be Mediation In Ayodhya Case? Supreme Court Decision Shortly

    Will There Be Mediation In Ayodhya Case? Supreme Court Decision Shortly

    A five judge constitution bench will decide today whether the Ram temple issue that has been pending in courts for 60 years, can be solved by mediation.

  • "Can't Undo What Babur May Have Done": Top Court In Ayodhya Hearing

    "Can't Undo What Babur May Have Done": Top Court In Ayodhya Hearing

    The Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute is not an issue of land but one of "sentiment and faith", the Supreme Court said today as it heard the response of various petitioners to its suggestion that mediation should be considered.

  • In Nitish Katara Case, Top Court Hears Convict's Plea On Sentence

    In Nitish Katara Case, Top Court Hears Convict's Plea On Sentence

    Jailed for 25 years for killing business executive Nitish Katara in 2002, Vikas Yadav on Monday moved the Supreme Court challenging a Constitution Bench verdict that said courts can specify the length jail of term for murder convicts.

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  • Will Not Dilute Provisions Of Dalit Atrocities Law, Says Supreme Court

    Will Not Dilute Provisions Of Dalit Atrocities Law, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court Thursday said it would not "dilute" the provisions of the SC/ST Act, 1989 and made it clear that its Constitution bench had already held that anticipatory bail could be granted in such matter if the courts feel that no prima facie case is made out.

  • Live Updates: Top Court Begins Hearing Petitions Over J&K's Article 370

    Live Updates: Top Court Begins Hearing Petitions Over J&K's Article 370

    Petitions related to Jammu and Kashmir, where massive security restrictions are in place since the government scrapped special status to the state under Article 370, are being heard by a Constitution bench of the Supreme Court.

  • "No Time" Due To Ayodhya Hearings: Top Court Puts Off J&K Cases By A Day

    "No Time" Due To Ayodhya Hearings: Top Court Puts Off J&K Cases By A Day

    All petitions related to Jammu and Kashmir, where massive security restrictions are in place since the government scrapped special status to the state under Article 370, were today put off by a day by the Supreme Court, which said they would be taken up by a Constitution bench from Tuesday.

  • Constitution Bench To Hear Pleas Challenging Article 370 Abrogation

    Constitution Bench To Hear Pleas Challenging Article 370 Abrogation

    The Supreme Court on Saturday set up a five-judge Constitution bench head by Justice N V Ramana to hear a batch of pleas related to abrogation of Article 370 provisions that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

  • Supreme Court Targets October 18 To Complete Ayodhya Hearings: 10 Points

    Supreme Court Targets October 18 To Complete Ayodhya Hearings: 10 Points

    The Ayodhya case hearings must be completed by October 18, the Supreme Court said today, reopening the possibility of mediation to resolve the decades-old temple-mosque dispute if the petitioners so wanted. If the mediation panel resumes the task, it can give its report even after the verdict is reserved, sources say. But key litigants from both si...

  • UP Minister's "Supreme Court Is Ours" Remark Criticised By Chief Justice

    UP Minister's "Supreme Court Is Ours" Remark Criticised By Chief Justice

    Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi today condemned the claims of minister from Uttar Pradesh who claimed that the Ram temple the BJP promised in Ayodhya will be built, "since the Supreme Court is ours". "We deprecate such statements," said Chief Justice Gogoi, who is heading the five judge constitution bench that is hearing the case on title dispute on a ...

  • Highlights: Supreme Court Refers Pleas On Article 370 To 5-Judge Constitution Bench

    Highlights: Supreme Court Refers Pleas On Article 370 To 5-Judge Constitution Bench

    Jammu Kashmir Highlights: The Supreme Court this morning heard a batch of petitions challenging the Centre's decision to revoke some provisions of Article 370 to take away Jammu and Kashmir's special status.

  • No Hearing In Ayodhya Case On Day 8 As Top Court Judge Is Unavailable

    No Hearing In Ayodhya Case On Day 8 As Top Court Judge Is Unavailable

    The hearing in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case could not take place in the Supreme Court on Monday due to unavailability of one of the five judges of the Constitution bench.

  • Supreme Court Begins Daily Hearings On Ayodhya Title Suit

    Supreme Court Begins Daily Hearings On Ayodhya Title Suit

    A five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court has begun final hearing in the Ayodhya title suit as mediation by a three-member panel failed to resolve the matter.

  • Ayodhya Case: Top Court To Scrutinize Mediation Process, Pass Order Today

    Ayodhya Case: Top Court To Scrutinize Mediation Process, Pass Order Today

    The Supreme Court will examine a report on the "progress of mediation" in the Ayodhya land dispute case today. A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, had on July 11 sought a report on the issue and said that a day-to-day hearing may commence from July 25 if the court decides to conclude the mediation proceedings.

  • Mediators In Ayodhya Dispute Get Time Till August 15 To Find Solution

    Mediators In Ayodhya Dispute Get Time Till August 15 To Find Solution

    The mediation panel for the Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute was today given time till August 15 by the Supreme Court to come up with a solution. "The panel wants more time, which we are inclined to give," said a constitution bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.

  • 3 Mediators Including Sri Sri In Ayodhya Case, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    3 Mediators Including Sri Sri In Ayodhya Case, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    The decades-old Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute has been referred to a three-member panel of mediators who have eight weeks to speak to all stake-holders for a solution, the Supreme Court said today. A former Supreme Court judge, FM Ibrahim Kalifulla, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and a senior advocate, Sriram Panchu, will be in the mediation t...

  • Will There Be Mediation In Ayodhya Case? Supreme Court Decision Shortly

    Will There Be Mediation In Ayodhya Case? Supreme Court Decision Shortly

    A five judge constitution bench will decide today whether the Ram temple issue that has been pending in courts for 60 years, can be solved by mediation.

  • "Can't Undo What Babur May Have Done": Top Court In Ayodhya Hearing

    "Can't Undo What Babur May Have Done": Top Court In Ayodhya Hearing

    The Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute is not an issue of land but one of "sentiment and faith", the Supreme Court said today as it heard the response of various petitioners to its suggestion that mediation should be considered.

  • In Nitish Katara Case, Top Court Hears Convict's Plea On Sentence

    In Nitish Katara Case, Top Court Hears Convict's Plea On Sentence

    Jailed for 25 years for killing business executive Nitish Katara in 2002, Vikas Yadav on Monday moved the Supreme Court challenging a Constitution Bench verdict that said courts can specify the length jail of term for murder convicts.

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