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'Reported By A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "I'm Not Recusing": Supreme Court's Justice Arun Mishra Won't Quit Case

    "I'm Not Recusing": Supreme Court's Justice Arun Mishra Won't Quit Case

    Supreme Court judge Arun Mishra will not withdraw from hearing a case related to the Land Acquisition Act after questions were raised because he is heading a bench examining his own past ruling. A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice Mishra today decided he won't recuse himself.

  • Rules To Regulate Social Media By January 15: Centre To Supreme Court

    Rules To Regulate Social Media By January 15: Centre To Supreme Court

    New rules to regulate hate speech, fake news, defamatory posts and anti-national activities on social media will be finalised by January 15, the government told the Supreme Court today. The top court also transferred all cases pending at the Madras, Bombay and Madhya Pradesh High Courts, concerning a demand for sharing of decrypted data of social m...

  • "No Whisper Of Evidence...": On P Chidambaram, Top Court Rejects CBI Logic

    "No Whisper Of Evidence...": On P Chidambaram, Top Court Rejects CBI Logic

    P Chidambaram was granted bail on Tuesday in the INX Media corruption case by the Supreme Court, which ruled that there is no possibility of the former Union Minister absconding and "no whisper" of any evidence that he tried to influence even one witness. But Mr Chidambaram will not be released as he remains in the custody of the Enforcement Direct...

  • New Rules For Social Media In 3 Months, Centre Tells Supreme Court

    New Rules For Social Media In 3 Months, Centre Tells Supreme Court

    There has been an exponential increase in hate speech, fake news, defamatory posts and anti-national activities on social media platforms, the centre told the Supreme Court today, arguing for greater control over the internet

  • Ravidas Temple: Centre's Offer To Double Land For Construction Accepted

    Ravidas Temple: Centre's Offer To Double Land For Construction Accepted

    The Supreme Court has approved a conditional increase in land - from 200 square metres to 400 square metres - to be made available for the construction of the Ravidas temple in Delhi that it ordered demolished in August

  • Ayodhya Order Should Reflect Constitutional Values, Muslims Remind Court

    Ayodhya Order Should Reflect Constitutional Values, Muslims Remind Court

    The verdict in the Ayodhya title suit will have impact on future generations and it should uphold the "multi-religious, multi-cultural values of the country", the Muslim petitioners have reminded the Supreme Court.

  • "Reconstructing Mosque Against Justice": Hindu Group In Ayodhya Land Case

    "Reconstructing Mosque Against Justice": Hindu Group In Ayodhya Land Case

    Lawyers representing "Ram Lalla Virajman" in the politically sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi - Babri Masjid case filed an affidavit with the Supreme Court today, asking that the disputed land be handed over for the construction of a Ram Temple

  • Willing To Hand Over Ravidas Temple Land: Centre To Supreme Court

    Willing To Hand Over Ravidas Temple Land: Centre To Supreme Court

    The centre has offered to hand over 200 square metres of land in Delhi on which a Ravidas temple stood before it was razed in August on orders from the Supreme Court. Appearing for the government, Attorney General KK Venugopal said the decision had been taken to ensure peace and harmony

  • Supreme Court Tells Crisis-Hit PMC Bank Petitioner To Approach High Court

    Supreme Court Tells Crisis-Hit PMC Bank Petitioner To Approach High Court

    Depositors of the crisis-hit Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank will have to stick to the withdrawal limit of Rs 40,000 for six months that was fixed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). A petition in the Supreme Court, seeking a bailout package and withdrawal of limit for depositors, filed by Delhi-based activist Bejon Kumar Misra was t...

  • "Taken Aback": Muslim Petitioners Reject "Leaked" Ayodhya Mediation Plan

    "Taken Aback": Muslim Petitioners Reject "Leaked" Ayodhya Mediation Plan

    Ejaz Maqbool, a lawyer representing one of the Muslim litigants in the Ayodhya case, has taken exception to reports the Sunni Waqf Board had offered to drop its claim to the disputed temple-mosque site

  • Chief Justice Recommends To Centre Justice Bobde As Successor: Sources

    Chief Justice Recommends To Centre Justice Bobde As Successor: Sources

    Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has written to government recommending Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde as his successor, say sources.

  • Supreme Court Orders Assam NRC Chief's Immediate Transfer, No Reason Given

    Supreme Court Orders Assam NRC Chief's Immediate Transfer, No Reason Given

    Prateek Hajela, the man who led the process of updating the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, will be transferred immediately to Madhya Pradesh, the Supreme Court ordered today.

  • Sunni Waqf Board Ready To Drop Claim To Disputed Ayodhya Land: Sources

    Sunni Waqf Board Ready To Drop Claim To Disputed Ayodhya Land: Sources

    The Sunni Waqf Board has offered to drop its claim to the disputed temple-mosque site in Ayodhya and has no objection to the land being taken over by the government for a Ram Temple, a mediation panel of the Supreme Court has said in its report, according to sources.

  • Daily Hearings In Supreme Court End, Verdict Reserved In Ayodhya Case

    Daily Hearings In Supreme Court End, Verdict Reserved In Ayodhya Case

    The Supreme Court has reserved verdict in the politically sensitive Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya, after concluding daily hearings in the case after 40 days today. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, declaring "Enough is enough", had said they will conclude the hearings before 5 pm today, after a lawyer asked the top court for more t...

  • "Chief Justice Said I Can": Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan On "Viral" Act Of Tearing Map In Ayodhya Hearing

    "Chief Justice Said I Can": Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan On "Viral" Act Of Tearing Map In Ayodhya Hearing

    Ayodhya case: On the last day of daily hearings in the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya temple-mosque case, there were dramatic moments as a senior lawyer tore up a map and relentless interruptions infuriated the judges.

'Reported By A Vaidyanathan' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • "I'm Not Recusing": Supreme Court's Justice Arun Mishra Won't Quit Case

    "I'm Not Recusing": Supreme Court's Justice Arun Mishra Won't Quit Case

    Supreme Court judge Arun Mishra will not withdraw from hearing a case related to the Land Acquisition Act after questions were raised because he is heading a bench examining his own past ruling. A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Justice Mishra today decided he won't recuse himself.

  • Rules To Regulate Social Media By January 15: Centre To Supreme Court

    Rules To Regulate Social Media By January 15: Centre To Supreme Court

    New rules to regulate hate speech, fake news, defamatory posts and anti-national activities on social media will be finalised by January 15, the government told the Supreme Court today. The top court also transferred all cases pending at the Madras, Bombay and Madhya Pradesh High Courts, concerning a demand for sharing of decrypted data of social m...

  • "No Whisper Of Evidence...": On P Chidambaram, Top Court Rejects CBI Logic

    "No Whisper Of Evidence...": On P Chidambaram, Top Court Rejects CBI Logic

    P Chidambaram was granted bail on Tuesday in the INX Media corruption case by the Supreme Court, which ruled that there is no possibility of the former Union Minister absconding and "no whisper" of any evidence that he tried to influence even one witness. But Mr Chidambaram will not be released as he remains in the custody of the Enforcement Direct...

  • New Rules For Social Media In 3 Months, Centre Tells Supreme Court

    New Rules For Social Media In 3 Months, Centre Tells Supreme Court

    There has been an exponential increase in hate speech, fake news, defamatory posts and anti-national activities on social media platforms, the centre told the Supreme Court today, arguing for greater control over the internet

  • Ravidas Temple: Centre's Offer To Double Land For Construction Accepted

    Ravidas Temple: Centre's Offer To Double Land For Construction Accepted

    The Supreme Court has approved a conditional increase in land - from 200 square metres to 400 square metres - to be made available for the construction of the Ravidas temple in Delhi that it ordered demolished in August

  • Ayodhya Order Should Reflect Constitutional Values, Muslims Remind Court

    Ayodhya Order Should Reflect Constitutional Values, Muslims Remind Court

    The verdict in the Ayodhya title suit will have impact on future generations and it should uphold the "multi-religious, multi-cultural values of the country", the Muslim petitioners have reminded the Supreme Court.

  • "Reconstructing Mosque Against Justice": Hindu Group In Ayodhya Land Case

    "Reconstructing Mosque Against Justice": Hindu Group In Ayodhya Land Case

    Lawyers representing "Ram Lalla Virajman" in the politically sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi - Babri Masjid case filed an affidavit with the Supreme Court today, asking that the disputed land be handed over for the construction of a Ram Temple

  • Willing To Hand Over Ravidas Temple Land: Centre To Supreme Court

    Willing To Hand Over Ravidas Temple Land: Centre To Supreme Court

    The centre has offered to hand over 200 square metres of land in Delhi on which a Ravidas temple stood before it was razed in August on orders from the Supreme Court. Appearing for the government, Attorney General KK Venugopal said the decision had been taken to ensure peace and harmony

  • Supreme Court Tells Crisis-Hit PMC Bank Petitioner To Approach High Court

    Supreme Court Tells Crisis-Hit PMC Bank Petitioner To Approach High Court

    Depositors of the crisis-hit Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank will have to stick to the withdrawal limit of Rs 40,000 for six months that was fixed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). A petition in the Supreme Court, seeking a bailout package and withdrawal of limit for depositors, filed by Delhi-based activist Bejon Kumar Misra was t...

  • "Taken Aback": Muslim Petitioners Reject "Leaked" Ayodhya Mediation Plan

    "Taken Aback": Muslim Petitioners Reject "Leaked" Ayodhya Mediation Plan

    Ejaz Maqbool, a lawyer representing one of the Muslim litigants in the Ayodhya case, has taken exception to reports the Sunni Waqf Board had offered to drop its claim to the disputed temple-mosque site

  • Chief Justice Recommends To Centre Justice Bobde As Successor: Sources

    Chief Justice Recommends To Centre Justice Bobde As Successor: Sources

    Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has written to government recommending Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde as his successor, say sources.

  • Supreme Court Orders Assam NRC Chief's Immediate Transfer, No Reason Given

    Supreme Court Orders Assam NRC Chief's Immediate Transfer, No Reason Given

    Prateek Hajela, the man who led the process of updating the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, will be transferred immediately to Madhya Pradesh, the Supreme Court ordered today.

  • Sunni Waqf Board Ready To Drop Claim To Disputed Ayodhya Land: Sources

    Sunni Waqf Board Ready To Drop Claim To Disputed Ayodhya Land: Sources

    The Sunni Waqf Board has offered to drop its claim to the disputed temple-mosque site in Ayodhya and has no objection to the land being taken over by the government for a Ram Temple, a mediation panel of the Supreme Court has said in its report, according to sources.

  • Daily Hearings In Supreme Court End, Verdict Reserved In Ayodhya Case

    Daily Hearings In Supreme Court End, Verdict Reserved In Ayodhya Case

    The Supreme Court has reserved verdict in the politically sensitive Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya, after concluding daily hearings in the case after 40 days today. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, declaring "Enough is enough", had said they will conclude the hearings before 5 pm today, after a lawyer asked the top court for more t...

  • "Chief Justice Said I Can": Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan On "Viral" Act Of Tearing Map In Ayodhya Hearing

    "Chief Justice Said I Can": Lawyer Rajeev Dhavan On "Viral" Act Of Tearing Map In Ayodhya Hearing

    Ayodhya case: On the last day of daily hearings in the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya temple-mosque case, there were dramatic moments as a senior lawyer tore up a map and relentless interruptions infuriated the judges.

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