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Fresh plea in Supreme Court against grant of bail to Shahabuddin

Fresh plea in Supreme Court against grant of bail to Shahabuddin

In fresh trouble for RJD leader Mohd Shahabuddin, the mother of three youths, who were brutally killed by henchmen of the controversial politician, has moved the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of bail granted to him in the case in which he has already been sentenced to life.

Would follow SC order on admission, recruitment under EBC: Gujarat

Would follow SC order on admission, recruitment under EBC: Gujarat

Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel today said the first notification was issued in view of the Supreme Court's interim stay to the implementation of the quota.

Aircel-Maxis: HC defers plea on 2G court jurisdiction

Delhi High Court on Friday deferred hearing on the petition against a trial court order dismissing pleas of ex-Telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran, his brother Kalanithi and others challenging jurisdiction of the special 2G court to try the Aircel-Maxis case.

SC cancels parole of Subrata Roy, asks to surrender in a week

SC cancels parole of Subrata Roy, asks to surrender in a week

Sahara Chief Subrata Roy and two other group directors will have to surrender to custody within a week, with the Supreme Court on Friday terminating the "interim arrangements" of granting parole to them.

Supreme Court rejects PIL on policy to recruit outsiders as PSU bank CEOs

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a PIL challenging the Centre's policy to allow private bank officials to be appointed as Managing Directors or CEOs of public sector banks.

Aircel-Maxis: SC agrees to hear plea on 2G court jurisdiction

Aircel-Maxis: SC agrees to hear plea on 2G court jurisdiction

Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a plea of South Asia Entertainment Holding Limited, which has been summoned as accused along with ex-Telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran and six others in the Aircel-Maxis case, challenging special 2G court's jurisdiction to try the matter.

Supreme Court gives Sahara Chief  Subrata Roy time till Sept 30 to surrender

Supreme Court gives Sahara Chief Subrata Roy time till Sept 30 to surrender

The Supreme Court on Friday gave Sahara chief Subrata Roy time till September 30 to surrender.

SC to hear plea in the purchase of helicopters by five states

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a plea by a political outfit seeking a special investigation into the alleged wrongdoings in the purchase of helicopters by Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Rajasthan.

SC notice to Lalu's son Tej Pratap Yadav, Shahabuddin in a scribe murder case

SC notice to Lalu's son Tej Pratap Yadav, Shahabuddin in a scribe murder case

The scribe, working with a vernacular daily, was shot dead on the evening of May 13 in Siwan town by some sharp- shooters allegedly at the instance of Sahabuddin.

Ruchika Girhotra molestation case: SC upholds former Haryana DGP SPS Rathore's conviction

Ruchika Girhotra molestation case: SC upholds former Haryana DGP SPS Rathore's conviction

The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the conviction of former DGP of Haryana SPS Rathore for molesting a minor and budding tennis player Ruchika Girhotra.

Cauvery row: Special Karnataka Assembly Session called today to decide on SC verdict

Cauvery row: Special Karnataka Assembly Session called today to decide on SC verdict

A special session of both Houses of Karnataka legislature will be held today to take a call on the Supreme Court's direction to the state to release 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water per day to Tamil Nadu.

Supreme Court cancels counselling for medical courses in Madhya Pradesh

The Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled all the counselling for undergraduate medical course in Madhya Pradesh and ordered the process be held anew.

SC cancels counselling and admissions to medical courses in Madhya Pradesh

The Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled all counselling and admissions to undergraduate medical courses to both government and private medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh and ordered the process be held afresh through centralised counselling by the state government.

Supreme Court cancels counselling for medical courses in MP

A bench headed by Justice Anil R. Dave asked the state government to complete the process within a week.

Cauvery row: Karnataka defers water release to Tamil Nadu; calls legislature session on Sept 23 to decide

Cauvery row: Karnataka defers water release to Tamil Nadu; calls legislature session on Sept 23 to decide

Siddaramaiah said the cabinet decided to convene the special session of the state legislature on September 23 in the backdrop of the apex court order.

BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke can be guilty of defamation: Lodha panel source

BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke can be guilty of defamation: Lodha panel source

 Shirke apparently circulated a letter which states that panel's secretary Gopal Shankarnarayan has allegedly made unsavoury remarks about the character of selectors.

18 new judges likely to be appointed by next week

Nearly 18 new judges are likely to be appointed by next week, days after five judges were elevated as chief justices.

MoP on judges appointment to be ready shortly: CJI

The MoP came out of the Supreme Court verdict quashing the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act and upholding the collegium system of appointments to higher judiciary.

Ask authorities to revist law on rash driving, SC tells AG

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it hoped the Attorney General will impress upon authorities concerned to revisit the provisions of law pertaining to punishment for rash and negligent driving.

Nestle wants to destroy 550 tonnes of Maggi Noodles: Know why!

Nestle wants to destroy 550 tonnes of Maggi Noodles: Know why!

Nestle India on Wednesday moved Supreme Court seeking its nod to destroy about 550 tonnes of recalled stock of Maggi Noodles which have passed shelf life, saying its storage may lead to health hazard at the 39 locations where it is stored across the country.