Supreme Court

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Attack on CJI in 1975: Convict gets time to surrender

The two convicts were held guilty of conspiring to bomb the car of Ray on the evening of March 20, 1975.

Banks to take up coal loans with RBI: Sandhu

On Jan Dhan scheme, Sandhu said banks have opened 5.1 crore new accounts under the programme and collected Rs 3,600 crore in deposits.


To Supreme Court, with anger, pain and shame

A rose by any other name is still a rose; an illogical act by any other name is still an illogical act.


Justice under trial

SC order on under trials is a welcome start but doesn’t go far enough.

SC raps CIDCO for ‘nepotism’, cancels allotment of two plots

The bench, while cancelling all the allotments to Gala, noted everything was done in pursuant to the private applications

Read more: CIDCO, supreme court

Parrikar: Withdraw export duty on ore to spur mining

But a mines ministry official said any immediate withdrawal of export duty looks far-fetched as there is no indication from the finance ministry.

Coal block cancellation: Banks may seek ‘regulatory forbearance’

If the order hits the loan repayment plan of companies, it will be desirable to have some forbearance, members of the Indian Banks Association who attended the management committee meeting said.

SC stays order against scientists in contempt case

The bench also issued notices on the Centre’s appeal against the HC order.


War of blunt positions

Supreme Court itself has muddied constitutional interpretation beyond recognition.


CJI Lodha: Judiciary independence may be affected if govt appoints judges

He said judges are best equipped to judge the suitability of candidates before appointment.


New drug era

Whittling away of innovator vs generic divide brings its own challenges.

Ministry likely to back UGC on denial to Symbiosis

Sources said the university has now challenged the UGC’s latest decision in court as well.

Centre: Let SC decide if rummy, poker are gambling

Rao told the court that online contents are already regulated under the Information Technology Act.

Letter to the Editor: Tiger, tiger

There should be greater focus on instilling discipline among people who visit the zoo.


Encounter with reality

Court guidelines on encounters misread state of policing and police capacity.


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