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'Reported By A Vaidyanathan Edited By Deepshikha Ghosh' - 134 News Result(s)

  • Rohingyas 'Serious Threat', Court Mustn't Interfere, Says Centre: 10 Points

    Rohingyas 'Serious Threat', Court Mustn't Interfere, Says Centre: 10 Points

    Deporting Rohingyas is an "executive policy decision" and the Supreme Court must not interfere, the centre said today, emphasizing in a written submission that the refugees from Myanmar are a "very serious and potential threat to national security". The Rohingyas are "indulging in anti-national activities" and channeling laundered money, the govern...

  • How Landmark Right To Privacy Order Impacts You And Me: 10 Points

    How Landmark Right To Privacy Order Impacts You And Me: 10 Points

    Privacy is a fundamental right guaranteed by the constitution, nine Supreme Court judges said today in a unanimous verdict that will affect every citizen. The judges said privacy comes under the Right To Life and Liberty, overruling the governments arguments. Petitioners had challenged the government's Aadhaar biometric programme, which has recorde...

  • Triple Talaq Unconstitutional, Says Supreme Court In Majority Judgement

    Triple <i>Talaq</i> Unconstitutional, Says Supreme Court In Majority Judgement

    Triple talaq, the controversial Muslim divorce law that allows men to leave their wives immediately by uttering "talaq" (divorce) thrice, has been banned by the Supreme Court, which today called it illegal, retrograde and unworthy.

  • Karti Chidambaram Asked By Supreme Court To Appear Before CBI Next Week

    Karti Chidambaram Asked By Supreme Court To Appear Before CBI Next Week

    Karti Chidambaram, the son of Congress leader P Chidambaram, was ordered by the Supreme Court today to go to the CBI next Wednesday for questioning in a corruption case.

  • Hope Brother OPS Comes To Us, Says EPS Camp After Big Move: 10 Points

    Hope Brother OPS Comes To Us, Says EPS Camp After Big Move: 10 Points

    J Jayalalithaa's death will be investigated by an inquiry commission, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami announced today, knocking off a major hurdle before the ruling AIADMK's reunion with a rebel faction led by his predecessor O Panneerselvam "OPS". The two competing factions have been in talks to reunite over the past few days, but all sign...

  • Babri Masjid Case: Mosque Can Be Built At A Distance, Says Shia Board

    Babri Masjid Case: Mosque Can Be Built At A Distance, Says Shia Board

    In the Ayodhya case, the Supreme Court was told today by the Shia board that a mosque can be built in a Muslim area at a reasonable distance from the Babri Masjid Ram Janambhoomi site.

  • NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    NOTA Not Acceptable For Rajya Sabha Polls, Both BJP And Congress Say

    Locked in an intense political battle in Gujarat ahead of the Rajya Sabha polls next week, the ruling BJP and the Congress are on the same side on NOTA or the None of The Above option for voters.

  • Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    Right To Privacy Is Not Absolute, Observes Supreme Court Judge: 10 Points

    The right to privacy is not absolute and cannot be catalogued as it includes everything, a Supreme Court judge said on Wednesday. A nine-judge bench is revisiting the question of privacy 55 years after the Supreme Court decided that it is not a basic right for citizens. The decision of the judges is pivotal to petitions that challenge making the Aa...

  • As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    As 9 Judges Hear Aadhaar Case, Centre's View On Right To Privacy Slammed

    A nine-judge constitution bench will begin hearing arguments today on whether privacy is a fundamental right of citizens, a question which is pivotal in a case in the Supreme Court challenging the Aadhaar scheme.

  • Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    Do Indians Have Right To Privacy? 9 Judges To Hear Case Key To Aadhaar

    A nine-judge constitution bench will decide whether privacy is a fundamental right enshrined in the constitution, a question which is pivotal in a case challenging the Aadhar scheme for Indians.

  • 25-Week Pregnant Woman Allowed By Supreme Court To Abort Over Danger To Life

    25-Week Pregnant Woman Allowed By Supreme Court To Abort Over Danger To Life

    A six-month pregnant woman in Kolkata has been allowed an abortion by the Supreme Court after doctors said her unborn baby had severe cardiac complications and could also endanger her life. The woman and her husband referred to "extreme anguish" in their request for permission to end the pregnancy.

  • Amid EVMs (Vote Machines) Controversy, Election Commission's Demo Today

    Amid EVMs (Vote Machines) Controversy, Election Commission's Demo Today

    Amid a debate over EVMs or Electronic Voting Machines, the Election Commission will hold a live demo today to prove that the machines cannot be tampered with. A nearly two-hour demo will be held on the sidelines of a press conference at the Vigyan Bhawan in Delhi.

  • From Nirbhaya Judge Dipak Mishra, 5 Death Sentences In 2 Days

    From Nirbhaya Judge Dipak Mishra, 5 Death Sentences In 2 Days

    Justice Dipak Misra, who led the Supreme Court bench that confirmed death to four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case, is set to be the next Chief Justice of India in August.

  • Nirbhaya Rapists To Hang, Says Top Court, Refers To Her 'Dying Declaration'

    Nirbhaya Rapists To Hang, Says Top Court, Refers To Her 'Dying Declaration'

    Nearly five years after a 23-year-old medical student on her way home from a movie was gang-raped and tortured on a moving bus in Delhi, the Supreme Court has confirmed death for four convicts.

  • Farmer Suicides Not Over Drought But Personal Reasons, Tamil Nadu Tells Supreme Court

    Farmer Suicides Not Over Drought But Personal Reasons, Tamil Nadu Tells Supreme Court

    No farmer committed suicide in Tamil Nadu due to drought, the state said in the Supreme Court today, ascribing to "natural causes" what a petition says are 82 recent suicides by farmers.

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