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Decision won't be taken on emotive issues: SC - Pioneer
The decision to deport Rohingya Muslims will not be decided on emotive arguments but on the basic premise of respecting humanity, said the Supreme Court on Tuesday while posting the matter for final hearing on October 13.
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Speed up trial of politicians, says SC - Hindu
Are graft cases against netas being completed in a year: SC - Times of India
Future prospects basis for mishap payouts, says SC - Times of India
Kerala ‘love jehad’: SC to hear Akhila in open court on Nov 27 - VR Jayaraj, Pioneer
Supreme Court pulls up West Bengal for plea against Aadhaar-benefits linking - Krishnadas Rajagopal, Hindu
Daughter fell prey to radical Islamic design: Mother from Kerala tells SC - One India
Supreme Court to hear plea against Article 35A that grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir - Zee News
No loudspeaker, stage on Chhath Puja ground at Aya Nagar: HC - Pioneer
Madras HC cracks down on hoardings, flex boards - Hindu
Share details of Expressway toll collection with bank: SC - Business Standard
Supreme Court hints at modifying its order making anthem must in theatres - Amit Anand Choudhary, Times of India
SC asks Centre to strike a balance on Rohingya issue - Krishnadas Rajagopal, Hindu
Supreme Court refuses to modify order on cracker sales in Delhi-NCR - Krishnadas Rajagopal, Hindu
Ensure Aamby Valley handed over to official liquidator, says Supreme Court - Priyanka Mittal, Mint
Curbs needed on Uber, Ola to ensure women’s safety: SC - Amit Anand Choudhary, Times of India
Sex with minor wife to be considered rape, age of consent cannot be lowered below 18 years: Supreme Court - Firstpost
SC drops a bomb, bans cracker sales in Delhi-NCR - Amit Anand Choudhary, Times of India
Godhra train carnage: 11 spared from death, get life - Pioneer
SC wonders if it's 'Wise and Legal' to reopen Mahatma Assassination Case - News18
Gujarat HC rejects Zakia Jafri’s plea challenging lower court order upholding clean chit to Modi - Mahesh Langa, Hindu
Can’t quash heinous crime cases even if parties settle dispute, says Supreme Court - Amit Anand Choudhary, Times of India
V K Sasikala's parole plea rejected on 'technical grounds' - Economic Times
SC questions Kerala HC annulment of Hindu-Muslim marriage - Krishnadas Rajagopal, Hindu
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh murder case: Former driver moves HC, says his deposition essential to case - Indian Express
SC wants to know fate of seized old notes - Abraham Thomas, Pioneer
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We are always ready for talks with Pakistan but with a caveat that terror and talks cannot go together. There cannot be a comprehensive dialogue till Pakistan shuns terror. When funerals are taking place at the borders, then the talk for a dialogue is not appropriate.
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