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SC stays defamation proceedings against Arvind Kejriwal

Supreme Court on Friday stayed proceedings against Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal in a defamation case on a complaint by Kapil Sibal's son Amit Sibal.

Reservation ratio of SC, ST students raised by Odisha government

Odisha government on Wednesday raised the reservation ratio for students belonging to schedule tribe and scheduled caste in educational institutions to 38.75 per cent from 20 per cent.

SC appoints CBI SP Vivek Priyadarshi to probe Sundar Raman's role in spot-fixing scam
SC appoints CBI SP Vivek Priyadarshi to probe Sundar Raman's role in spot-fixing scam

The Supreme Court on Friday allowed the plea to appoint CBI SP Vivek Priyadarshi to head a new investigating team to further probe the IPL 6 spot fixing scandal.

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Need to re-look laws on juveniles involved in major crimes: SC

The Supreme Court on Monday said there was a need to re-examine various laws dealing with juveniles involved in heinous crimes like murder and rape and asked the government to see whether necessary changes could be done to have a deterrent effect.

Right to maintenance of wife absolute, applicable on Muslim women too: SC

The Supreme Court on Monday said that divorced Muslim women are entitled to seek maintenance from their ex-husbands under the Criminal Procedure Code which provides the same relief to wives, children and parents.

Babri Masjid demolition: SC issues notice to Advani, 19 others

The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued a notice to senior BJP leader LK Advani and 19 others on a petition filed by Haji Mahmood (of the Sunni Waqf Board), challenging the 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict acquitting them of criminal conspiracy in the demolition of the Babri Masjid on December 6, 19

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SC scraps controversial section 66A of IT Act

In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed Section 66 A of IT Act that allowed arrests for objectionable content online.

SC scraps controversial section 66A of IT Act- Part II

In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court on Tuesday quashed Section 66 A of IT Act that allowed arrests for objectionable content online.

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Section 66A struck down: 'No more fear of expressing opinions', says petitioner

Hailing the Supreme Court's decision to strike down the controversial Section 66A of the IT Act, Shreya Singhal , one of the petitioners in the case, on Tuesday said that no one would fear expressing their opinions online anymore.

SC asks UP govt to explain teen's arrest over FB comment on Azam Khan

The Supreme Court on Thursday interved in the absurd case of the arrest of a Class 11 student for allegedly posting on Facebook 'objectionable' comment on senior Samajwadi Party leader and Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan.

Trees' felling; SC asks UP to seek Centre's nod for smart city project

The Supreme Court has asked Uttar Pradesh government to seek permission from the Centre for its dream smart city project near Lucknow after it was told that around 15 hectares, out of total project area of 992 acres, is forest land.

2G scam: Ranjit Sinha denies giving favours to accused

Former CBI director Ranjit Sinha on Monday told the Supreme Court of India that he had met those accused in the 2G scam, but denied giving any favour to them.

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Development officers working in LIC not 'workmen': SC

The Supreme Court has held that development officers working in Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) cannot be put in the category of "workmen" under the provisions of Industrial Disputes Act.

Headmaster suspended for suppressing student's pregnancy in Odisha

A headmaster of government- run school was suspended and a hostel warden served notice for allegedly suppressing the matter of a pregnant tribal student delivering at a hospital from the district administration here.

N Srinivasan apologises to Supreme Court, says will not chair BCCI AGM
N Srinivasan apologises to Supreme Court, says will not chair BCCI AGM

Days after the Supreme Court expressed its displeasure over Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president in-exile N. Srinivasan's chairing of recent working committee meeting in Chennai, Srini apologised to the apex court and said he would not chair the meeting.