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Supreme Court fines two doctors Rs 1.40 cr for medical asylum to ex-MLA

The Supreme Court on Tuesday imposed a whopping fine of Rs 1.40 crore on two Gurugram-based doctors for giving "medical asylum" to former INLD legislator Balbir Singh after his bail was cancelled in 2013 by the apex court in a 2011 murder case.

Supreme Court to hear plea on Cauvery dispute between Tamil Nadu, Karnataka today

Supreme Court to hear plea on Cauvery dispute between Tamil Nadu, Karnataka today

The Supreme Court will on Monday hear the plea regarding the dispute on Cauvery river between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. 

Supreme Court to examine making National Anthem mandatory, not National Song

The Supreme Court today did not go into the debate for making singing of the National Song mandatory in schools while clarifying that it has "kept alive" such a plea only for the National Anthem without expressing any view on it.

Man doesn't have right on asset inherited by married sister: Supreme Court

Man doesn't have right on asset inherited by married sister: Supreme Court

New Delhi: A man cannot claim right over the property inherited by his sister from her husband as the brother can neither be considered to be her heir, nor her family

Anthem: SC's order will strengthen nationalism, says BJP

Anthem: SC's order will strengthen nationalism, says BJP

The apex court on Wednesday directed that cinema halls across the country must play the national anthem before the screening of a film and people should stand up as a mark of respect.

SC agrees to hear plea of rape victim challenging abortion law

 The Supreme court on Wednesday agreed to give an urgent hearing to a fresh plea of an alleged rape victim challenging provisions of abortion law which prohibits termination of pregnancy after 20 weeks even if there was a fatal risk to the mother and the foetus.

Use of force legit if children see parents being assaulted: SC

Use of force can be legitimate if children see their parents being assaulted, the Supreme Court has said while acquitting two brothers accused of hitting their neighbours who had beaten up their parents, causing the death of their father later.

SC's notice on pleas of cruelty against elephants in joyrides

The Supreme Court today sought responses from the Centre, Rajasthan and Goa on pleas alleging that cruelty is being meted out to elephants used for joyrides in these states.

Ex-SC judge to evaluate answer sheets of Delhi judicial exams

The SC Monday suggested that a former apex court judge re-evaluate all the answer sheets of the Delhi judicial services examinations held last year.