Five pleas filed in SC seeking review of Ayodhya verdict
Four separate fresh review petitions have been filed by Maulana Mufti Hasbullah, Mohd Umar, Maulana Mahfoozur Rehman and Mishbahuddin, who were party to the earlier litigation.
Truth finally prevails, Congress says after SC bail to Chidambaram
Several party leaders welcomed the order granting bail to the former minister, who has been in custody for 105 days, with Chidambaram's lawyer and Congress colleague Abhishek Manu Singhvi describing the ruling as "excellent light after a rather long tunnel."
Congress celebrating corruption: BJP after SC's bail to Chidambaram
"Classic case of @INCIndia 'Celebrating Corruption'!! So finally Chidambaram too joins the long list of “OOBC(Out On Bail Club)” in the Congress," BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra tweeted.
Nikkei rallies on renewed trade hopes, steelmakers shine
The Nikkei 225 index rose 0.71 per cent to 23,300.09, back above the 25-day moving average of 23,275, a key technical level.
Governments kept ignoring SC, ST creamy layer order: Supreme Court
The latest was in 2018, when it dismissed a plea by attorney general KK Venugopal to refer the issue to a bench of seven judges. He raised the demand again on Monday before Chief Justice SA Bobde, dubbing the issue as “sensitive”. The Chief Justice said he would take a call on the matter in two weeks.
SC directs government to use stress fund for stuck Amrapali flats
The estimated cost for construction of all housing projects is Rs 8,500 crore and amount recoverable from homebuyers and buyers of commercial areas is Rs 3,700 crore, which is 43% of the cost. Banks have also been told to release funds to homebuyers.
SC dismisses plea by Rustomjee arm Keystone against NGT order
A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Ajay Rastogi has upheld NGT’s order in February 2019 penalising the developer for expanding the project’s size without complying with procedure.
Verdict allowing women into Sabarimala not 'final word' as matter referred to larger bench: SC
A bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) S A Bobde, referring to a recent verdict of the apex court, said the 2018 judgment was not the final word as the issue was referred to a seven-judge bench for consideration. "There is (an order) for a much larger bench to decide the matter. There is no final word as yet," the bench said.
SC/ST quota case: SC considers Centre’s plea to review 2018 verdict
SC to hear after after 2 weeks hearing of a plea after Attorney General KK Venugopal urged the court to refer to 7-judge bench the issue rai...
SC to hear after four weeks PIL seeking greater autonomy for ECI
BJP leader and lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay has filed the PIL seeking to ensure more autonomy for the chief election commissioner's (CEC) office and election commissioners. The plea has also sought an independent secretariat for the Election Commission of India (ECI) and that it should also be given the power to make rules.
Gurugram land case: SC slams CBI for its ‘shoddy probe’
SC slams CBI for its ‘shoddy probe’ into the then Bhupinder S Hooda Govt’s decision to notify 1400 acres of land in Gurugram, Haryana allege...
Judicial findings based on sealed cover documents of probe agencies against fair trial: SC
A bench headed by Justice R Banumathi said it was not justified for the Delhi High Court to record the findings in its November 15 verdict denying bail to Chidambaram based on the material submitted in sealed cover by the ED.
JSPL drops 8% as SC refuses to pass order on Sarda Mines case
In a setback to the compant, the apex court declined to allow sale or transport of Rs 2,000-crore worth iron ore claimed by Jindal Steel and Power.
SC to consider according hearing in January on plea seeking stay on electoral bond scheme
A bench, comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices B R Gavai and Surya Kant, was told by lawyer Prashant Bhushan that around Rs 6,000 crore had been collected under the scheme, which have been red-flagged by institutions like the Reserve Bank of India and the Election Commission.
SC to hear next week plea of woman who was stopped from entering Sabarimala temple
A bench comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices B R Gavai and Surya Kant took note of the submission of senior advocate Colin Gonsalves that the woman had not been allowed to visit the historical shrine.
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