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'Written By A Vaidyanathan' - 154 News Result(s)

  • "Reservations For Jobs, Promotions Not A Fundamental Right": Top Court

    "Reservations For Jobs, Promotions Not A Fundamental Right": Top Court

    Reservations for promotions for government jobs is not a fundamental right, the Supreme Court said in a potentially key judgment delivered on Friday, while hearing appeals on reservations for SC/STs for posts in PWD of the Uttarakhand government

  • Satisfied With Report Denying Child Detention In J&K, Says Supreme Court

    Satisfied With Report Denying Child Detention In J&K, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today said it was satisfied with a report from the Jammu and Kashmir High Court that no minor was "illegally detained" in the erstwhile state after its special status was scrapped earlier this year.

  • "Beware Of Snakes": Alert Sounded On Supreme Court Premises

    "Beware Of Snakes": Alert Sounded On Supreme Court Premises

    "Beware of snakes in the Supreme Court," said an alert sent out by the top court's administration, after the spotting of a snake in the top court's premises spurred officials into action.

  • "Have Right To The Report": Woman Who Complained Against Chief Justice

    "Have Right To The Report": Woman Who Complained Against Chief Justice

    The woman who had accused Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi of sexual harassment, today demanded that she be provided with a copy of the report of the Supreme Court's in-house committee that cleared him of the charges. Denying her a copy of the report, she said, "was a travesty of justice".

  • Lok Sabha Elections: Top Court Gives Centre 24 Hours To Produce Status Report On Cash Seizure Cases

    Lok Sabha Elections: Top Court Gives Centre 24 Hours To Produce Status Report On Cash Seizure Cases

    The Supreme Court today asked the centre to come up with a status report on all the cases related to cash seizures made during the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections within 24 hours.

  • Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    The Supreme Court will deliver a verdict on Monday on the reopening of the Sterlite plant at Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu government had approached the top court against the National Green Tribunal's order allowing the Sterlite plant to reopen, in a case that's seen as politically sensitive.

  • "Consider Background," Says Top Court, Sparing 2 The Death Penalty

    "Consider Background," Says Top Court, Sparing 2 The Death Penalty

    The Supreme Court today scaled down the death sentence of two convicts to life imprisonment, saying that judges should take socio-economic factors into account before sending anybody to the gallows.

  • "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    The Supreme Court has refused to hear the Krishna-Godavari basin gas production dispute between the Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and the government saying the court would rather look into more important cases.

  • Case Dismissed? Government's Top Law Officer Takes On Chief Justice, Wins

    Case Dismissed? Government's Top Law Officer Takes On Chief Justice, Wins

    The government's top law officer, KK Venugopal, on Monday, was not pleased when Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi dismissed his petition even before he could present his case. The argument, instead, took place with the judge. Result - Chief Justice Gogoi, who till date has never reversed his decisions, agreed to hear the matter once the pending c...

  • Supreme Court Now Open For All, Chief Justice Invites People For Guided Tour

    Supreme Court Now Open For All, Chief Justice Invites People For Guided Tour

    For the first time, the Supreme Court of India has been opened to the public. People can now visit the court as tourists and take a guided tour. According to Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, this is aimed at providing people some exposure to the working of the Supreme Court, even if it is an a limited way.

  • For Assam Citizens' List, Deadline Extended, 5 More Documents Allowed

    For Assam Citizens' List, Deadline Extended, 5 More Documents Allowed

    The Supreme Court today extended the deadline for filing claims and objections of people not included in the final draft of the new citizen's list in Assam to December 15.

  • After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's plan to reduce the pendency in the Supreme Court appears to have kicked into action. As a result of the Chief Justice of India's appeal to judges not to skip working days to attend seminars, a senior Supreme Court judge has declined an invitation to attend a conference in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    After NDTV's report on widespread pollution by graphite plant in Bengaluru's bustling Whitefield, the Supreme Court has decided to take up the caseandissued a notice to Graphite India Limited. The concerns of the residents of Whitefield were brought to the court's notice by an expert panel today.

  • After "Murderer" Remark, Centre Wants Top Court Judge Off Manipur Case

    After "Murderer" Remark, Centre Wants Top Court Judge Off Manipur Case

    The centre today asked a Supreme Court bench to recuse itself from hearing the Manipur encounter cases on the grounds that one of the judges had termed certain members of the security forces as "murderers", thereby vitiating the proceedings. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing on the behalf of the accused, said the remark had affected the mor...

  • For Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Last Month In Court, 5 Impactful Cases

    For Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Last Month In Court, 5 Impactful Cases

    From gay rights to adultery and entrance for woman in Kerala's famous Sabarimala temple, a five-judge constitution bench is expected to deliver a record number of judgments this month that have challenged the country's social fabric. There is also the question of validity of Aadhaar, which the government wants linked to every aspect of life - from ...

'Written By A Vaidyanathan' - 154 News Result(s)

  • "Reservations For Jobs, Promotions Not A Fundamental Right": Top Court

    "Reservations For Jobs, Promotions Not A Fundamental Right": Top Court

    Reservations for promotions for government jobs is not a fundamental right, the Supreme Court said in a potentially key judgment delivered on Friday, while hearing appeals on reservations for SC/STs for posts in PWD of the Uttarakhand government

  • Satisfied With Report Denying Child Detention In J&K, Says Supreme Court

    Satisfied With Report Denying Child Detention In J&K, Says Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court today said it was satisfied with a report from the Jammu and Kashmir High Court that no minor was "illegally detained" in the erstwhile state after its special status was scrapped earlier this year.

  • "Beware Of Snakes": Alert Sounded On Supreme Court Premises

    "Beware Of Snakes": Alert Sounded On Supreme Court Premises

    "Beware of snakes in the Supreme Court," said an alert sent out by the top court's administration, after the spotting of a snake in the top court's premises spurred officials into action.

  • "Have Right To The Report": Woman Who Complained Against Chief Justice

    "Have Right To The Report": Woman Who Complained Against Chief Justice

    The woman who had accused Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi of sexual harassment, today demanded that she be provided with a copy of the report of the Supreme Court's in-house committee that cleared him of the charges. Denying her a copy of the report, she said, "was a travesty of justice".

  • Lok Sabha Elections: Top Court Gives Centre 24 Hours To Produce Status Report On Cash Seizure Cases

    Lok Sabha Elections: Top Court Gives Centre 24 Hours To Produce Status Report On Cash Seizure Cases

    The Supreme Court today asked the centre to come up with a status report on all the cases related to cash seizures made during the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections within 24 hours.

  • Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    Top Court To Give Verdict On Sterlite Plant's Reopening On Monday

    The Supreme Court will deliver a verdict on Monday on the reopening of the Sterlite plant at Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu government had approached the top court against the National Green Tribunal's order allowing the Sterlite plant to reopen, in a case that's seen as politically sensitive.

  • "Consider Background," Says Top Court, Sparing 2 The Death Penalty

    "Consider Background," Says Top Court, Sparing 2 The Death Penalty

    The Supreme Court today scaled down the death sentence of two convicts to life imprisonment, saying that judges should take socio-economic factors into account before sending anybody to the gallows.

  • "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    "Not So Important," Says Top Court As It Adjourns Reliance KG Basin Case

    The Supreme Court has refused to hear the Krishna-Godavari basin gas production dispute between the Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and the government saying the court would rather look into more important cases.

  • Case Dismissed? Government's Top Law Officer Takes On Chief Justice, Wins

    Case Dismissed? Government's Top Law Officer Takes On Chief Justice, Wins

    The government's top law officer, KK Venugopal, on Monday, was not pleased when Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi dismissed his petition even before he could present his case. The argument, instead, took place with the judge. Result - Chief Justice Gogoi, who till date has never reversed his decisions, agreed to hear the matter once the pending c...

  • Supreme Court Now Open For All, Chief Justice Invites People For Guided Tour

    Supreme Court Now Open For All, Chief Justice Invites People For Guided Tour

    For the first time, the Supreme Court of India has been opened to the public. People can now visit the court as tourists and take a guided tour. According to Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, this is aimed at providing people some exposure to the working of the Supreme Court, even if it is an a limited way.

  • For Assam Citizens' List, Deadline Extended, 5 More Documents Allowed

    For Assam Citizens' List, Deadline Extended, 5 More Documents Allowed

    The Supreme Court today extended the deadline for filing claims and objections of people not included in the final draft of the new citizen's list in Assam to December 15.

  • After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    After Chief Justice Gogoi's Appeal, Judge Says No To Seminar In Trinidad

    Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's plan to reduce the pendency in the Supreme Court appears to have kicked into action. As a result of the Chief Justice of India's appeal to judges not to skip working days to attend seminars, a senior Supreme Court judge has declined an invitation to attend a conference in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    Supreme Court Takes Note Of Bengaluru's Fight Against Graphite Plant

    After NDTV's report on widespread pollution by graphite plant in Bengaluru's bustling Whitefield, the Supreme Court has decided to take up the caseandissued a notice to Graphite India Limited. The concerns of the residents of Whitefield were brought to the court's notice by an expert panel today.

  • After "Murderer" Remark, Centre Wants Top Court Judge Off Manipur Case

    After "Murderer" Remark, Centre Wants Top Court Judge Off Manipur Case

    The centre today asked a Supreme Court bench to recuse itself from hearing the Manipur encounter cases on the grounds that one of the judges had termed certain members of the security forces as "murderers", thereby vitiating the proceedings. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing on the behalf of the accused, said the remark had affected the mor...

  • For Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Last Month In Court, 5 Impactful Cases

    For Chief Justice Dipak Misra's Last Month In Court, 5 Impactful Cases

    From gay rights to adultery and entrance for woman in Kerala's famous Sabarimala temple, a five-judge constitution bench is expected to deliver a record number of judgments this month that have challenged the country's social fabric. There is also the question of validity of Aadhaar, which the government wants linked to every aspect of life - from ...

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