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'Reported By A Vaidiyanathanm Edited By Deepshikha Ghosh' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Social Media Rules For Candidates; Facebook, Google Roped In - A First

    Social Media Rules For Candidates; Facebook, Google Roped In - A First

    For the first time, all candidates will be asked to give details of their social media accounts while filing their nomination papers for the national election. Announcing the dates on Sunday for the April-May polls, the Election Commission also said social media platforms like Twitter, Google and Facebook have "committed in writing" to ensuring a s...

  • "I'm Not A Politician Or Diplomat To Keep Smiling": Chief Justice To NDTV

    "I'm Not A Politician Or Diplomat To Keep Smiling": Chief Justice To NDTV

    Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has said that motives being attributed to judges on Supreme Court rulings is "disturbing" and will prevent young people from going for the top legal post, breaking his silence in an exclusive interview to NDTV.

  • Probe Against CBI Chief Now On The Clock, Retired Judge To Monitor

    Probe Against CBI Chief Now On The Clock, Retired Judge To Monitor

    Taking up Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chief Alok Verma's case against the government for divesting him of his powers and sending him on forced leave, the Supreme Court today said a vigilance inquiry against him would be time-bound and monitored by an ex-judge. The supervision is a "one-time exception felt necessary in the peculiar facts o...

  • Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan has said that the power to assign cases must be given to a collegium or panel of senior judges. He has also said his petition should not be heard by the Chief Justice and that it should be taken up by three most senior judges.

  • 4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will meet the four senior judges who took him on publicly, tomorrow as part of the efforts at ending a rift that could impact important cases. The meeting, which was initially slated for this morning, did not take place as Justice Jasti Chelameswar is unwell and could not attend court. Sources close to the rebel j...

  • "Chief Justice Must Show Statesmanship," Says Former Chief Justice RM Lodha, "Pained"

    "Chief Justice Must Show Statesmanship," Says Former Chief Justice RM Lodha, "Pained"

    The grievances of the four top Supreme Court judges should have been addressed by the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, said one of his predecessors, RM Lodha, commenting that the image of the judiciary had been dented and would take a long time to repair after the judges took the unprecedented step of publicly criticizing the top judge.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    A convict who has spent 26 years in jail for the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi has requested the Supreme Court for a reprieve from his life term until a multi-agency investigation is complete.

'Reported By A Vaidiyanathanm Edited By Deepshikha Ghosh' - 7 News Result(s)

  • Social Media Rules For Candidates; Facebook, Google Roped In - A First

    Social Media Rules For Candidates; Facebook, Google Roped In - A First

    For the first time, all candidates will be asked to give details of their social media accounts while filing their nomination papers for the national election. Announcing the dates on Sunday for the April-May polls, the Election Commission also said social media platforms like Twitter, Google and Facebook have "committed in writing" to ensuring a s...

  • "I'm Not A Politician Or Diplomat To Keep Smiling": Chief Justice To NDTV

    "I'm Not A Politician Or Diplomat To Keep Smiling": Chief Justice To NDTV

    Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has said that motives being attributed to judges on Supreme Court rulings is "disturbing" and will prevent young people from going for the top legal post, breaking his silence in an exclusive interview to NDTV.

  • Probe Against CBI Chief Now On The Clock, Retired Judge To Monitor

    Probe Against CBI Chief Now On The Clock, Retired Judge To Monitor

    Taking up Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) chief Alok Verma's case against the government for divesting him of his powers and sending him on forced leave, the Supreme Court today said a vigilance inquiry against him would be time-bound and monitored by an ex-judge. The supervision is a "one-time exception felt necessary in the peculiar facts o...

  • Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan has said that the power to assign cases must be given to a collegium or panel of senior judges. He has also said his petition should not be heard by the Chief Justice and that it should be taken up by three most senior judges.

  • 4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    4 Judges Want Peace "Plan" From Chief Justice, Say Sources: 10 Facts

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra will meet the four senior judges who took him on publicly, tomorrow as part of the efforts at ending a rift that could impact important cases. The meeting, which was initially slated for this morning, did not take place as Justice Jasti Chelameswar is unwell and could not attend court. Sources close to the rebel j...

  • "Chief Justice Must Show Statesmanship," Says Former Chief Justice RM Lodha, "Pained"

    "Chief Justice Must Show Statesmanship," Says Former Chief Justice RM Lodha, "Pained"

    The grievances of the four top Supreme Court judges should have been addressed by the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, said one of his predecessors, RM Lodha, commenting that the image of the judiciary had been dented and would take a long time to repair after the judges took the unprecedented step of publicly criticizing the top judge.

  • Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    Rajiv Gandhi Killer Who Got Batteries For Bomb Makes 26-Year-Old Point

    A convict who has spent 26 years in jail for the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi has requested the Supreme Court for a reprieve from his life term until a multi-agency investigation is complete.

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