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A bench led by Chief Justice of India J S Khehar also remarked that it would be appropriate if “both sides take two steps back” and “address core issues”.
Govindachami had pushed Soumya out of a moving train and later raped her on February 1, 2011. She later succumbed to her injuries.
Last week, the Centre defended its decision to introduce amendments in the Act saying the move would help to weed out fake and fraudulent financial accounts.
The collegium decision, sources told The Indian Express, was conveyed to the government a few days ago.
In reply, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said the government now has an Act to use the Unique Identification Number.
Babri Masjid demolition case: SC has also directed the sessions judge in Lucknow to conduct trial in the Babri demolition case on a daily basis
BSP withdraws plea for setting aside recent Assembly polls
Triple Talaq: The note stated that triple talaq rendered Muslim women vulnerable and without any security, unlike women of other religions.
The apex court will hear the Rajasthan government’s response to the violence in Alwar on May 3.
Babri Masjid demolition case: The counsel for Advani and MM Joshi opposed a joint trial of the Babri demolition case in Lucknow
The Supreme Court has ordered installation of CCTV cameras — without audio recording — at least in two districts in all states and union territories to record court proceedings.
Ram Mandir Ayodhya dispute: Supreme Court suggests that parties concerned sit together to arrive at a consensus.
Uphaar fire tragedy: Gopal Ansal had petitioned the apex court that he not be sent back to jail.
A plea claimed that people are not being allowed to deposit demonetised notes till March 31, 2017 as promised.