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BCCI line-up special General Meeting in Mumbai on August 5 to discuss Lodha recommendations

BCCI line-up special General Meeting in Mumbai on August 5 to discuss Lodha recommendations

It is expected that BCCI's team of lawyers will also be present during the SGM.

Arunachal Speaker seeks review of SC verdict on Speaker's power

Former Arunachal Pradesh assembly Speaker Nabam Rebia on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court seeking review of its verdict saying that it is "constitutionally impermissible" for the Speaker to decide on the plea for disqualification of lawmakers under the anti-defection law when a motion of no-confidence is pending against him.

Aftermath of SC's verdict on Lodha panel report: UPCA 'senior citizens' on their way out after landmark judgement

Aftermath of SC's verdict on Lodha panel report: UPCA 'senior citizens' on their way out after landmark judgement

The Supreme Court yesterday accepted major suggestions of the Lodha panel, including a bar on ministers and civil servants and those above 70 from becoming BCCI's members.

SC's verdict on Lodha panel's report: Read how it will help BCCI save Rs 1,600 crore annually

SC's verdict on Lodha panel's report: Read how it will help BCCI save Rs 1,600 crore annually

Ever since the reforms were suggested, the BCCI officials relentlessly opposed the recommendation suggesting barring of ads between matches saying that it would not be possible for the board to implement it.

Actor Govinda to pay Rs 5 lakh compensation for slapping fan

Actor Govinda to pay Rs 5 lakh compensation for slapping fan

In 2009, Santosh filed a complaint against Govinda on the matter of assault and criminal intimidation in Bombay High Court.

Hopeful that Muslims will accept SC verdict on Ayodhya: Swamy

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said he was hopeful of the Muslim community accepting the court judgement and allowing work on the project to take off.

Pak govt files review petition against SC verdict

The Pakistan government has challenged a recent Supreme Court verdict that suggested the President could not indulge in politics.

SC leaves it to Army to decide on Pathribal trial

The SC asked Army to decide whether its personnel accused of fake killings should be tried by court-martial proceedings or by regular criminal courts.

SC reserves verdict on anti-gay sex petitions

The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its verdict on a batch of petitions challenging the Delhi High Court`s judgement decriminalising consensual sex among adults of the same gender.

Unitech to contest Telenor's demand for compensation

A day after its Norwegian partner Telenor sought indemnities for cancellation of telecom licence, real estate firm Unitech today said there was no breach of warranties on its part and it will contest any demand for compensation.

PSU banks' exposure at Rs 10,000 crore in telecos hit by SC order

Public sector banks have an exposure of about Rs 10,000 crore in the telecom companies whose licences were cancelled by the Supreme Court in connection with 2G scam.

State Bank of India not worried about telco exposure

State Bank of India (SBI), the country's top lender, is not worried about its loans to telecom companies whose licences have been ordered cancelled, Deputy Managing Director Santosh Nair said on Thursday.

Don't see much impact on customer, auction preferred: TRAI

TRAI Thursday said there will not be much impact on customers due to cancellation of 122 2G licenses of eight companies, as around 95 percent of total subscribers belong to operators which got licences before January 2008.

Supreme Court order takes toll on telecom scrips

Stocks of firms that face cancellation of telecom licences after a Supreme Court order fell sharply on Indian stock markets Thursday, even as those of one established player registered hansome gains.

2G case: Shocked by SC's verdict, new operators may file review petition

Jolted by the Supreme Court's judgement that cancelled 122 telecom licences issued in 2008, the new operators Thursday expressed shock over the verdict and indicated that they may file review petition.

Govt studying SC verdict in Vodafone case: Pranab

"We are looking into it," Mukherjee said on the sidelines of a meeting held in Kolkata.

SC verdict on SPOs setback to security: BJP

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.

Staines murder case: Dara seeks review of SC verdict

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.

Trinamool Congress sees SC verdict as indictment of govt

Trinamool Congress, a key ally of
the ruling UPA, also saw the Supreme Court verdict quashing the appointment of P J Thomas as the Central Vigilance Commissioner as an "indictment" of the government.

Bihar CM criticises Centre over Thomas verdict

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
hailed as "historic" the quashing of the appointment of
CVC PJ Thomas by the Supreme Court and said that the Centre had
never faced such an embarrassment.