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.

Need for comprehensive law to deal with tortious liability: SC

The Supreme Court has stressed on the need for a comprehensive legislation on liability of state authorities in dealing with tragedies caused by negligence while upholding an apex consumer commission's order involving a Vadodara civic body in the 1993 boat capsize in which 22 people died.

CBI director files response in SC to charge of meeting 2G accused

CBI Director Ranjit Sinha on Friday filed in the Supreme Court his response to the allegations that he had met accused in 2G cases being probed by the investigating agency at his residence during a period of 15 months from May 2013 to August this year.

3% quota must for disabled in all govt jobs including IAS: SC

The Supreme Court on Friday held that three percent reservation for differently-abled persons be given in all category of government jobs including in appointments and promotions to IAS while pulling up the Centre for "frustrating" the very purpose of empowering legislation by opposing it.

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.

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Fishermen killings: SC allows Italian marine to go home for treatment

The Supreme Court on Friday permitted Italian marine Massimilano Latorre to go back home to Italy for his treatment for four months.

Nithari killings case: Surinder Koli's execution stayed till Oct 29, SC agrees to hear his plea
Nithari killings case: Surinder Koli's execution stayed till Oct 29, SC agrees to hear his plea

In a major ruling, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the execution of Nithari serial killer Surinder Koli till October 29, while also agreeing to hear his plea for reviewing the death sentence awarded to him for brutally murdering several young women and children in Noida.

Fishermen killing case: SC allows Italian marine to go home for four months
Fishermen killing case: SC allows Italian marine to go home for four months

The Supreme Court on Friday permitted Italian marine Massimilano Latorre to go back home to Italy for his treatment for four months.

Centre seeks clarification from SC on its transgender verdict

Five months after the Supreme Court directed the Centre to grant OBC status to transgender sex, the government has sought clarification on it saying that all such people cannot be clubbed under OBC category as some of them are SC/ST by birth.

Why can't govt come up with best schools at primary level, asks Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Thursday stressed the need for more initiatives by the government to establish quality primary schools to beat the rush in some of the minority-run institutions in the country.

SC reprieve for 700 Kerala bar owners, allows them to operate till September-end
SC reprieve for 700 Kerala bar owners, allows them to operate till September-end

In a relief to around 700 bar owners in Kerala who were directed to close their shops by the state government, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed them to operate till September-end and asked the High Court to decide their petition challenging state's new liquor policy.

UDF leaders to discuss SC order on bar issue

With the Supreme Court order stopping the Congress-led UDF government from closing down bars before September 30 coming as a political setback to the coalition,senior Front leaders are meeting here to discuss its implications and work out the future course of action.

Liquor ban: Relief for Kerala bar owners; SC asks govt to maintain status quo till Sept 30
Liquor ban: Relief for Kerala bar owners; SC asks govt to maintain status quo till Sept 30

 In a reprieve to bar owners in Kerala, the Supreme Court on Thursday told the state government to maintain status quo till 30 September and restrained it from shutting down non five star hotel bars.

KPCC wants Cong lawyers not to hold Bar owners' brief

Congress in Kerala has urged the party high command to restrain lawyers associated with the party from appearing for the liquor barons in the petition filed by them in the Supreme Court, challenging the UDF Government's decision to close down over 700 bars.

SC questions logic behind Kerala's new liquor policy
SC questions logic behind Kerala's new liquor policy

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear plea of Kerala-based hotels against the state government's decision not to grant them bar licence.

BJP to form govt in Delhi but how?

Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party chief Satish Upadhyay in a press conference on Tuesday said Delhi will find its government by today evening. But how will this happen? Taal thok ke brings you the answer.

BJP to form govt in Delhi but how? Part-2

Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party chief Satish Upadhyay in a press conference on Tuesday said Delhi will find its government by today evening. But how will this happen? Taal thok ke brings you the answer.

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