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Live-streaming of court proceedings can be undertaken: Centre tells Supreme Court

The plea, filed by Swapnil Tripathi, a student of National Law University in Jodhpur, has asked for requisite guidelines to facilitate witnessing of proceedings for the interns.

Delhi gears up for less noisy, less toxic Diwali

Delhi Police said it seized over 1,200 kg firecrackers and arrested 29 people for selling firecrackers illegally in the capital.

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Post triple talaq verdict, activists urge Supreme Court to act on Section 377, marital rape

In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court by a majority of 3:2 ruled that the practice of instant divorce through triple talaq among Muslims was "void", "illegal" and "unconstitutional".The apex court said the practice went against the tenets of Quran.

Supreme Court asks government how it will implement, monitor mid-day meals

Earlier, the apex court had issued notice to the Centre and 12 states seeking their response on the steps taken to ensure cleanliness in the midday meal scheme and prevent incidents like the one that occurred in the Bihar village primary school.

PIL on 1984 anti-Sikh riot: Supreme Court asks Centre to file report

The Centre, in its counter affidavit filed earlier, had said there has been a "considerable progress" in the SIT probe and 218 cases were at various stage of scrutiny and a "decision has been taken for re-investigation in respect of 22 cases".

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SC refuses to quash case against Asaram Bapu

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to quash the attempt to murder case registered against Gujarati spiritual guru Asaram Bapu,who sought a restraint on the state police from arresting him.

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SC draws ‘Lakshman rekha’ on Parliament

Underscoring its “Lakshman rekha”, the Supreme Court said Thursday it cannot “advise” or “teach” parliamentarians about functioning of Parliament and that the judiciary would be “overstepping its limits” by making such interventions. In a statement demarcating boundaries of the judiciary, a bench led by Chief Justice of India H L Dattu said that lawmakers are […]

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