The BJP on Wednesday termed as a "setback to
national security" the Supreme Court judgement on Naxalism,
that restrained the Chhattisgarh government and the Centre
from appointing and arming tribals as Special Police Officers.
Dara Singh, convicted for burning alive Australian missionary Graham Staines and his two minor sons in January 1999, has approached the Supreme Court seeking review of its judgement upholding life imprisonment to him.
Welcoming the SC decision to quash the appointment of PJ Thomas as
CVC, Kerala CM VS
Achuthanandan demanded the resignation of those
responsible for the posting including Union Home Minister P
The Supreme Court on Wednesday
reserved its verdict on a plea seeking a direction to Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh for grant of sanction to prosecute
former telecom minister A Raja in the 2G Spectrum case.
Retired Kashmiri chief engineer Chaman Lal Mattoo Wednesday felt "completely shattered" by the Supreme Court verdict that commuted the death penalty for his daughter Priyadarshani`s killer to life sentence.
Reacting to the Supreme Court`s verdict in the Priyadarshini Mattoo murder case, Neelam Katara, mother of another murder victim Nitish Katara, Wednesday said life sentence in India "means freedom for the culprits".
Father of Delhi University law
student Priyadarshini Mattoo, who was raped and then killed by
Santosh Kumar Singh nearly 14 years ago, Wednesday expressed
dissatisfaction over the commuting of the death penalty to
The Supreme Court would tomorrow
give its verdict on the dispute between anti-trust regulator
CCI and Competition Appellate
Tribunal (COMPAT) on whether the latter can interfere in the
investigations started by the former.
Corporate Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid Thursday said the directive of the Supreme Court on a curative petition on the Bhopal gas tragedy will have to be "factored in" within the proposed Companies Bill .
A committee constituted by Madhya
Pradesh government after the recent judgement on the Bhopal
Gas Tragedy today recommended filing of a curative petition in
the Supreme Court against its 1996 judgement.
With the Supreme Court allowing his
firm to resume mining in the undisputed areas of Andhra
Pradesh, Karnataka minister and mining magnate G Janardhana
Reddy Monday flayed political and business opponents.