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NEET exemption row: Supreme Court to hear fresh plea regarding MBBS, BDS entrance test today

NEET exemption row: Supreme Court to hear fresh plea regarding MBBS, BDS entrance test today

The first phase of NEET was conducted on Sunday. The second phase will be held on July 24.

Lodha committee submits reforms report to SC; BCCI on tenterhooks

Lodha committee submits reforms report to SC; BCCI on tenterhooks

With radical recommendations expected, BCCI may never be the same again.

Looking back on 2015: Virat Kohli leads new dawn of Indian cricket

Looking back on 2015: Virat Kohli leads new dawn of Indian cricket

Kohli first helped India to a first series win in Sri Lanka in 22 years, then made history beating the No.1 Test side South Africa, who were undefeated overseas in 9 years.

Life ban on Kundra and Meiyappan, will they go to jail! Part II

The committee has banned banned Gurunath Meiyappan, former official of CSK and Raj Kundra, former co-owner for RR for life from participating in any cricket-related activity. It is believed to be a landmark judgement taken by Justice RM Lodha and his team.

N Srinivasan should not represent BCCI in ICC now: Aditya Verma

N Srinivasan should not represent BCCI in ICC now: Aditya Verma

Aditya Verma, the petitioner in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, hailed the Lodha Committee verdict and demanded that BCCI should withdraw N Srinivasan's nomination as its representative in the ICC.

SC rejects plea on cooling off period for judges accepting govt assignment

The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition which sought the apex court's direction for fixing cooling off period for judges before taking up any government assignment post retirement.

Justice HL Dattu sworn-in as India's 42nd Chief Justice

Justice HL Dattu was Sunday sworn-in as the Chief Justice of India. He was administered the oath of office by President Pranab Mukherjee.

J&K floods: Supreme Court forms committee to evaluate ground situation

The Supreme Court on Wednesday formed a 5-member committee headed by Sr Registrar of Jammu and Kashmir High Court to evaluate the ground situation in the flood ravaged state.

SC seeks report on advocate allegedly gang-raped by relatives of her husband

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) of a Chhattisgarh district to submit all records, including status reports, on the police action taken on the alleged gang rape of a woman advocate by the relatives of her husband.

Consider giving ex-gratia for flood-hit people: SC to Kashmir government

The Supreme Court Monday asked the Jammu and Kashmir government to consider giving ex-gratia payment for people affected by the floods and to immediately take up the issue of restoring banking facilities in the affected areas.

Judicial independence not negotiable: Chief Justice Lodha

Judicial independence not negotiable: Chief Justice Lodha

Chief Justice RM Lodha on Saturday said that India has already arrived at a stage where nobody can tinker with the independence of the judiciary, but exhorted that to strengthen the role of law, the judiciary will have to ensure that it was completely corruption-free.

SC turns down Centre's plea not to intervene in J&K flood issue

Brushing aside Centre's stand that the judiciary should not intervene on the Jammu and Kashmir flood issue, the Supreme Court on Friday asked it to provide immediate relief to the victims and consider setting up a Unified Agency to coordinate rescue and relief work.

Make stand clear on scrapping booth-wise counting of votes: SC to Centre

The Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Centre for not taking decision on Election Commission's request to do away with counting of votes on a booth-wise basis and asked it to make its stand clear within four weeks.

SC reserves verdict on guidelines on encounter deaths probe

The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its verdict on the issue of laying down guidelines for probe into cases of encounter deaths and extra-judicial killings.

Death row convict may be heard in open court, says SC

The Supreme Court Tuesday held that in the cases where it has upheld a death sentence, the convict will have a right to have his review petition heard by a three judges bench in open court.

Death row convict may be heard in open court, says SC

The Supreme Court Tuesday held that in the cases where it has upheld a death sentence, the convict will have a right to have his review petition heard by a three judges bench in open court.

Death row convict may be heard in open court: SC

Death row convict may be heard in open court: SC

The Supreme Court Tuesday held that in the cases where the death sentence has been upheld by the apex court, the death convict will have a right that his petition seeking review of the verdict upholding death sentence will be heard by the three judges bench in an open court and he will be accorded half an hour hearing.

SC asks Centre to convene meet on undertrial prisoners languishing in jails

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to convene a meeting of Home

PIL to ban loudspeakers at religious sites, SC seeks more info

The Supreme Court on Monday sought more "field data" in support of a PIL that has sought ban on use of loudspeakers at religious sites on the ground that they not only cause noise pollution but also cause communal riots.