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2G spectrum scam: Kanimozhi moves Supreme Court seeking urgent hearing

Kanimozhi had moved to the SC seeking quashing of the charges against her in the 2G scam.


Supreme Court refuses to release Sahara chief on bail or parole

The court junked a plea to grant parole to Roy and the other two jailed directors for fixed hours every day.

Have surrendered allotted Noida plots, ex-chief secretary, daughters tell SC

Plots were allotted to them around 20 years ago, reportedly by tweaking norms

Delhi Confidential: New Rules

The rules have barred the young lawyers with less than one year of practice to argue in the court.


Collegium rejected HC judge’s appointment, but UPA government pushed it: Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad

Prasad said, government was ‘quite keen’ to appoint a National Judicial Commission for making such appointments.


No plans to amend Section 377 till SC decision: Modi govt

The SC is at present hearing a curative petition on the matter.


Supreme Court refuses bail to Sahara chief Subrata Roy

It also junked the plea for releasing him on parole or putting him under house arrest.


Katju’s corrupt judge charge: BJP seeks answer from former PM

The “jugglery” of judicial appointments made by UPA is an example of how the Congress “misused” constitutional bodies.


Nokia told not to dispose of assets without HC nod

SC directed Nokia India not to dispose of its Chennai plant’s assets without the Delhi HC permission.

Decide if you still want the job: SC to Ramasundaram

Query came after her counsel told court she has been empanelled for DGP post.

SC notice to Swatanter Kumar on plea to shift case

Defamation: Plea says ‘institutional bias operating in his favour’


Half a century later, Supreme Court cuts its summer break

With other holidays, the SC functions for less than nine months every year.


SC stays Lokayukta probe against MP Agriculture Minister

The Bench also issued a notice to former Samajwadi Party MLA Kishore Samrite.


Five acquitted TADA convicts return home

The Indian Express met some of the prisoners and found them relieved to be free of the tag.


Faith and fatwa

The Supreme Court injunction is welcome, but limited.

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