Clean chit to doctors in ex-CJI Verma`s case

A disciplinary committee of Delhi Medical Council has found "no medical negligence" on part of doctors of three hospitals in the case of former Chief Justice of India J S Verma, who died in April last year.

Govt may amend bill relating to appointment of judges: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday hinted that the Narendra Modi government will rework on a constitutional amendment bill introduced by the previous dispensation which seeks to give the executive a say in appointment of judges.

Former CJI J S Verma cremated

The mortal remains of former CJI JS Verma was consigned to flames in the presence of prominent political leaders and those from legal fraternity.

Former CJI JS Verma passes away

Former Chief Justice of India, Justice JS Verma passed away on Monday at the age of 80 due to multiple organ failure.

‘Gracious’ Sonia Gandhi apologised to me: Justice Verma

Suggestions of the Congress party on changing anti-rape laws were delivered past midnight to Justice JS Verma leading to party chief Sonia Gandhi tendering an apology to him.

Delhi gang-rape: Use of water cannons, tear gas should`ve been avoided, says Lt Guv Tejinder Khanna

Delhi Lt Governor Tejinder Khanna on Friday disapproved of the police baton charge on youths taking out protests after the December 16 gang-rape incident, saying it could have been "avoided".

Verma panel report to be sent to Parliamentary standing committee

As the nation stands witness, the government has assured swift action on the tough measures suggested by Justice JS Verma panel to make the country safer for women.

Vagabond kids narrate their sordid tales to panel

Four vagabond children, who were victims of trafficking, drug abuse and sexual violence, narrated their tales to J S Verma committee.

`Politicians reinforcing gender bias should be disqualified`

Justice JS Verma Committee has recommended framing of laws to disqualify politicians who issue statements "reinforcing gender bias".

Delhi Police not a complete failure: Tirath

Women and Child Development Minister Krishna Tirath on Wednesday acknowledged there were shortcomings in functioning of the police but refused to term their action as complete failure.

Court makes remark on Shri Naveen Jindal’s conduct as CEO; ethics of his phone call to Hon’ble NBSA chairman Justice JS Verma, though falling short of Sec 13 (1) (d)

ZNL Editors have been falsely implicated in a case relating to a series of exposes in the Coalgate scam involving Congress MP Naveen Jindal.

Justice Verma attacks former CJI

Former Chief Justice of India JS Verma on Saturday questioned the continunance of K G Balakrishnan as NHRC Chairman when his predecessor was not not appointed to
that post because he faced allegations of corruption.