Supreme Court Committee


'Supreme Court Committee' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Chief Justice Responds To Criticism Of Farm Laws Committee

    Chief Justice Responds To Criticism Of Farm Laws Committee

    The Chief Justice of India, SA Bobde, today responded to criticism of the Supreme Court committee to negotiate a solution to the farmer protests and noted what he called a "peculiar lack of comprehension" about the constitution of such panels.

  • Our Earlier Ideology Doesn't Matter: Supreme Court Panel On Farm Issues

    Our Earlier Ideology Doesn't Matter: Supreme Court Panel On Farm Issues

    Stating that their personal views on the three farm laws "did not matter", members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee, formed to take over negotiations with centre and protesting farmers, have said they will only present the stakeholders' views to the court.

  • First Physical Meeting Of Farm Laws Panel Likely On Jan 19: Report

    First Physical Meeting Of Farm Laws Panel Likely On Jan 19: Report

    The Supreme Court-appointed panel on farm laws is likely to hold its first meeting on January 19 at Pusa campus, one of its members Anil Ghanwat said on Thursday and asserted the committee will have no "ego or prestige issue" if it has to go to farmers' protest sites to talk to them.

  • Court Order On Farm Laws Against Centre, But Acceptable To All: Minister

    Court Order On Farm Laws Against Centre, But Acceptable To All: Minister

    The Government on Tuesday said the Supreme Court order to stay implementation of three new farm laws is against its wish but the direction of the top court is ''sarva-manya'' (acceptable to all) and welcomed the composition of an "impartial" committee to resolve the deadlock.

  • All Members Chosen For Supreme Court Committee Had Backed Farm Laws

    All Members Chosen For Supreme Court Committee Had Backed Farm Laws

    The four members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee to help resolve the ongoing farmers' protest, have taken pro-farm law stance in the past, NDTV has found. The committee was named on Tuesday evening in an order of the court, which was hearing a bunch of petitions challenging the Centre's farm laws passed in parliament in September. In its o...

  • Farmers Reject Supreme Court Committee, Allege Pro-Government Members

    Farmers Reject Supreme Court Committee, Allege Pro-Government Members

    Hours after the Supreme Court put on hold three controversial farm laws and set up a committee of experts to handle negotiations, protesting farmers welcomed one half of the order and rejected the other. Farmers' groups this evening said they would not hold discussions with or even accept the committee, which they said included members in favour of...

  • "It's Victory For Fair Play": Big Supreme Court Quotes In Farm Laws Order

    "It's Victory For Fair Play": Big Supreme Court Quotes In Farm Laws Order

    The Supreme Court today put on hold three controversial laws at the core of the massive farmers' protests near Delhi. "We are staying three farm laws until further orders," the three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde said. The top court also said a four-member committee of agricultural experts would be formed to take over negotiations wi...

  • Supreme Court Modifies Its Order On Dowry Harassment

    Supreme Court Modifies Its Order On Dowry Harassment

    The Supreme Court Friday modified its previous order that provided for setting up of a committee to deal with complaints of dowry harassment

  • Panel Of Officials Discuss Possibility Of Enacting New Anti-Lynching Law

    Panel Of Officials Discuss Possibility Of Enacting New Anti-Lynching Law

    A panel of senior government officers on Saturday deliberated over the possibility of enacting a new law to check the increasing incidents of lynching in different parts of the country.

  • All-Party Team To Meet Supreme Court Committee On Delhi Sealing Drive

    All-Party Team To Meet Supreme Court Committee On Delhi Sealing Drive

    An all-party delegation will meet a Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee to seek a solution to problems posed by an ongoing sealing drive, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said today, while hitting out the BJP for boycotting a meeting called on the issue by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

  • Provide Environment For Critical Thinking, Respect For Differences: Psychological Study On Ragging

    Provide Environment For Critical Thinking, Respect For Differences: Psychological Study On Ragging

    The higher education institutions must provide an environment where the students learn the values of democratic, autonomous and critical thinking and respect for differences recommended a four member committee constituted by Supreme Court of India to tackle issues related to ragging.

  • Delhi Police to Suspend Driving Licence of Traffic Violators

    Delhi Police to Suspend Driving Licence of Traffic Violators

    In a major step to improve traffic situation in the national capital, Delhi Police will soon start enforcing the directions Supreme Court committee on road committee to suspend driving licences and jail term for traffic violators.

  • Jagmohan Dalmiya's Health Worries Supreme Court Panel on IPL Scam

    Jagmohan Dalmiya's Health Worries Supreme Court Panel on IPL Scam

    Jagmohan Dalmiya was assisted by his son when a Supreme Court committee met the BCCI president during a question-answer session on IPL 2013 scam. Most answers were given by Dalmiya's son.

  • Justice Ganguly questions how law intern's affidavit can be released

    Justice Ganguly questions how law intern's affidavit can be released

    Former judge AK Ganguly, accused of sexually harassing a law intern, has questioned how a confidential statement made by the young woman before a Supreme Court committee has been made public.

  • Supreme Court to examine report on night shelters for poor today

    Supreme Court to examine report on night shelters for poor today

    The Supreme Court committee monitoring the state of night shelters for poor in winter has criticised the states for not doing enough to protect the homeless. The committee's report will be taken up by the top court today. The court will examine the report and pass further orders.

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'Supreme Court Committee' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Chief Justice Responds To Criticism Of Farm Laws Committee

    Chief Justice Responds To Criticism Of Farm Laws Committee

    The Chief Justice of India, SA Bobde, today responded to criticism of the Supreme Court committee to negotiate a solution to the farmer protests and noted what he called a "peculiar lack of comprehension" about the constitution of such panels.

  • Our Earlier Ideology Doesn't Matter: Supreme Court Panel On Farm Issues

    Our Earlier Ideology Doesn't Matter: Supreme Court Panel On Farm Issues

    Stating that their personal views on the three farm laws "did not matter", members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee, formed to take over negotiations with centre and protesting farmers, have said they will only present the stakeholders' views to the court.

  • First Physical Meeting Of Farm Laws Panel Likely On Jan 19: Report

    First Physical Meeting Of Farm Laws Panel Likely On Jan 19: Report

    The Supreme Court-appointed panel on farm laws is likely to hold its first meeting on January 19 at Pusa campus, one of its members Anil Ghanwat said on Thursday and asserted the committee will have no "ego or prestige issue" if it has to go to farmers' protest sites to talk to them.

  • Court Order On Farm Laws Against Centre, But Acceptable To All: Minister

    Court Order On Farm Laws Against Centre, But Acceptable To All: Minister

    The Government on Tuesday said the Supreme Court order to stay implementation of three new farm laws is against its wish but the direction of the top court is ''sarva-manya'' (acceptable to all) and welcomed the composition of an "impartial" committee to resolve the deadlock.

  • All Members Chosen For Supreme Court Committee Had Backed Farm Laws

    All Members Chosen For Supreme Court Committee Had Backed Farm Laws

    The four members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee to help resolve the ongoing farmers' protest, have taken pro-farm law stance in the past, NDTV has found. The committee was named on Tuesday evening in an order of the court, which was hearing a bunch of petitions challenging the Centre's farm laws passed in parliament in September. In its o...

  • Farmers Reject Supreme Court Committee, Allege Pro-Government Members

    Farmers Reject Supreme Court Committee, Allege Pro-Government Members

    Hours after the Supreme Court put on hold three controversial farm laws and set up a committee of experts to handle negotiations, protesting farmers welcomed one half of the order and rejected the other. Farmers' groups this evening said they would not hold discussions with or even accept the committee, which they said included members in favour of...

  • "It's Victory For Fair Play": Big Supreme Court Quotes In Farm Laws Order

    "It's Victory For Fair Play": Big Supreme Court Quotes In Farm Laws Order

    The Supreme Court today put on hold three controversial laws at the core of the massive farmers' protests near Delhi. "We are staying three farm laws until further orders," the three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde said. The top court also said a four-member committee of agricultural experts would be formed to take over negotiations wi...

  • Supreme Court Modifies Its Order On Dowry Harassment

    Supreme Court Modifies Its Order On Dowry Harassment

    The Supreme Court Friday modified its previous order that provided for setting up of a committee to deal with complaints of dowry harassment

  • Panel Of Officials Discuss Possibility Of Enacting New Anti-Lynching Law

    Panel Of Officials Discuss Possibility Of Enacting New Anti-Lynching Law

    A panel of senior government officers on Saturday deliberated over the possibility of enacting a new law to check the increasing incidents of lynching in different parts of the country.

  • All-Party Team To Meet Supreme Court Committee On Delhi Sealing Drive

    All-Party Team To Meet Supreme Court Committee On Delhi Sealing Drive

    An all-party delegation will meet a Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee to seek a solution to problems posed by an ongoing sealing drive, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said today, while hitting out the BJP for boycotting a meeting called on the issue by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

  • Provide Environment For Critical Thinking, Respect For Differences: Psychological Study On Ragging

    Provide Environment For Critical Thinking, Respect For Differences: Psychological Study On Ragging

    The higher education institutions must provide an environment where the students learn the values of democratic, autonomous and critical thinking and respect for differences recommended a four member committee constituted by Supreme Court of India to tackle issues related to ragging.

  • Delhi Police to Suspend Driving Licence of Traffic Violators

    Delhi Police to Suspend Driving Licence of Traffic Violators

    In a major step to improve traffic situation in the national capital, Delhi Police will soon start enforcing the directions Supreme Court committee on road committee to suspend driving licences and jail term for traffic violators.

  • Jagmohan Dalmiya's Health Worries Supreme Court Panel on IPL Scam

    Jagmohan Dalmiya's Health Worries Supreme Court Panel on IPL Scam

    Jagmohan Dalmiya was assisted by his son when a Supreme Court committee met the BCCI president during a question-answer session on IPL 2013 scam. Most answers were given by Dalmiya's son.

  • Justice Ganguly questions how law intern's affidavit can be released

    Justice Ganguly questions how law intern's affidavit can be released

    Former judge AK Ganguly, accused of sexually harassing a law intern, has questioned how a confidential statement made by the young woman before a Supreme Court committee has been made public.

  • Supreme Court to examine report on night shelters for poor today

    Supreme Court to examine report on night shelters for poor today

    The Supreme Court committee monitoring the state of night shelters for poor in winter has criticised the states for not doing enough to protect the homeless. The committee's report will be taken up by the top court today. The court will examine the report and pass further orders.

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