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  • Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On Compulsory Aadhaar Linking Today: 10 Facts

    Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On Compulsory Aadhaar Linking Today: 10 Facts

    Five judges of the Supreme Court will tomorrow start hearing a bunch of petitions that wants the court to stop the government from forcing people to link their Aadhaar number to access public services and benefits. The government had spelt out 31 December as the deadline for linking the 12-digit number to their bank accounts and other financial dea...

  • Aadhaar-Bank Linking Deadline Extended: Other Aadhaar Deadlines You Need To Know

    Aadhaar-Bank Linking Deadline Extended: Other Aadhaar Deadlines You Need To Know

    Just a day ahead of the Supreme Court hearing on Aadhaar linking, the government has extended the December 31 deadline to link Aadhaar with bank accounts to March 31, 2018. The new date to link the Unique Identification number and the PAN to accounts more than six months old is March 31, 2018. The deadlines for linking Aadhaar with other financial ...

  • Top Court Approves Plan To Handle Pollution, But It's Not All Good News

    Top Court Approves Plan To Handle Pollution, But It's Not All Good News

    Next year, February 28 onwards, if you park your car in non-designated areas in the national capital, you will have to pay a hefty fine -- 10 times that of the parking fee. And if you're a repeat offender, your car could be impounded. These measures are part of the Comprehensive Action Plan cleared by the Supreme Court today to deal with the severe...

  • Unitech Shares Plunge 13% As Supreme Court Stays NCLT Order

    Unitech Shares Plunge 13% As Supreme Court Stays NCLT Order

    During the day, Unitech stock fell to an intra-day low of Rs 6.39 on BSE, down 16.90 per cent over the previous closing price.

  • Aadhaar Card: New Deadline For Linking Aadhaar With Bank Account Soon

    Aadhaar Card: New Deadline For Linking Aadhaar With Bank Account Soon

    This is in line with the Centre last week informing the Supreme Court that it is willing to extend till March 31 the deadline fixed for mandatory linking of Aadhaar to avail various services and welfare schemes.

  • Aadhaar-Bank Linking: Deadline For Linking Aadhaar Extended To March 31

    Aadhaar-Bank Linking: Deadline For Linking Aadhaar Extended To March 31

    The December 31 deadline for linking Aadhaar to bank accounts has been extended by the government ahead of tomorrow's hearing of the matter in the Supreme Court. The new date to link the Unique Identification number and the PAN to accounts more than six months old is March 31, 2018.

  • Supreme Court Allows Cement Industry To Use Petroleum Coke

    Supreme Court Allows Cement Industry To Use Petroleum Coke

    The Supreme Court today allowed the cement industry to use petroleum coke, a dirtier alternative to coal which had temporarily been banned as pollution levels shot up in Delhi last month.

  • Unitech Takeover By Government Put On Hold By Supreme Court

    Unitech Takeover By Government Put On Hold By Supreme Court

    NCLT had on Friday suspended all the eight directors of the realty firm over allegations of mismanagement and siphoning of funds, while authorising the government to appoint its 10 nominees on the board.

  • Supreme Court To Hear Pleas On Aadhaar Linking Tomorrow

    Supreme Court To Hear Pleas On Aadhaar Linking Tomorrow

    The Supreme Court will hear on Thursday a batch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of mandatory linking of Aadhaar to various schemes.

  • You Misunderstood, Says Author Of Study Vijay Mallya's Lawyers Quoted In UK Court

    You Misunderstood, Says Author Of Study Vijay Mallya's Lawyers Quoted In UK Court

    A UK-based Indian-origin professor who co-authored the study quoted by Vijay Mallya's defence has rejected their understanding of the paper, saying the liquor baron's lawyers have "misconstrued the findings" and grossly misunderstood the analysis of their study.

  • Supreme Court To Pass Orders On Disable Friendly Educational Institutes

    Supreme Court To Pass Orders On Disable Friendly Educational Institutes

    The Supreme Court today said it will pass order on a plea seeking to make higher education institutions physically accessible for disabled students.

  • Jallikattu Law May Be Examined By Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, No Stay For Now

    Jallikattu Law May Be Examined By Supreme Court's Constitution Bench, No Stay For Now

    The government decision to allow Jallikattu, the controversial bull-taming sport, on ground that it was part of Tamil Nadu's tradition and culture could be referred to a constitution bench, the Supreme Court indicated on Tuesday. But till the court reaches a verdict, the judges have declined to stay the sport played in Tamil Nadu as part of next mo...

  • Not Much Headway Made In Rajiv Gandhi Murder Conspiracy Probe: Top Court

    Not Much Headway Made In Rajiv Gandhi Murder Conspiracy Probe: Top Court

    The Supreme Court today said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)-led investigation in the larger conspiracy behind the assassination of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi does not appear to have achieved "much headway". The top court referred to the reports filed before it by the CBI and observed that the investigation by the Multi Disciplina...

  • 1,500 Pending Cases Against Lawmakers, 12 Special Courts Planned For Quick Trial

    1,500 Pending Cases Against Lawmakers, 12 Special Courts Planned For Quick Trial

    A dozen special courts will be set up to fast track cases against lawmakers and Rs 7.8 crore has been allocated for it, the government told the Supreme Court in an affidavit today. So far more than 1500 cases are pending against lawmakers across the country and the court had asked the Centre to chalk-out a plan for speedy disposal of the cases.

  • 'Disturbing': Supreme Court Raps Tribunal Over Unitech Order

    'Disturbing': Supreme Court Raps Tribunal Over Unitech Order

    The National Company Law Tribunal had on Friday suspended all the eight directors of Unitech over allegations of mismanagement and siphoning of funds, while authorising the government to appoint its 10 nominees on the board.

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