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Police officers having minimum of 6 months tenure left should be considered for DGP post: SC Times of India
The Supreme Court on Wednesday clarified its last year order on police reforms and said officers who have a minimum of six months tenure lift in service can be considered for the post of director general of Police (DGP).
Ayodhya case: SC orders mediation, 3-member panel includes Sri Sri Indian Express
Ayodhya Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid Case HIGHLIGHTS: The Supreme Court Friday referred the decades-old Ayodhya-Babri Masjid title dispute case for mediation. The five-judge bench headed by CJI Gogoi constituted a three-member mediation panel headed by former SC judge Justice F M Kalifullah to resolve the issue. The other members of the panel include spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Senior Advocate Sriram Panchu.
SC gives Govt 10 days to reveal date for meeting of Lokpal selection panel News18
The Supreme Court Thursday asked Attorney General K K Venugopal to inform it within 10 days about a possible date for meeting of the selection committee for appointment of Lokpal and its members.
SC asks parties to name mediators as it reserves Ayodhya mediation order Pioneer
The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it intends to pass the order soon on whether to refer the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case for mediation and asked all the parties concerned for the names of possible mediators for reaching an amicable settlement.
SC asks petitioners to clarify stand on ‘green crackers’ Hindu
The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked petitioners objecting to the use of chemicals like barium nitrate and potassium nitrate in the formulation of ‘green crackers’ to submit a reply detailing their stand on the issue.
A decade after condemning to death six nomadic tribe members for murder and rape, SC finds them innocent Krishnadas Rajagopal, Hindu
Ten years after after condemning to death six nomadic tribe members in a rape and murder case, the Supreme Court on Tuesday found them innocent and ordered the Maharshtra Police to hunt down the real criminals.
SC suggests mediation option in Ayodhya case Mint
In another twist to the politically sensitive Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid land case in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court Tuesday asked the contending parties to explore the possibility of amicably settling the decades old dispute through mediation, saying it may help in "healing relations".
Delhi court directs ED to provide copies of seized documents to Robert Vadra Pioneer
A Delhi court Monday directed the Enforcement Directorate to provide Robert Vadra soft and hard copies of documents seized by it during raids conducted at his offices last year in a money laundering case.
Subramanian Swamy moves SC for urgent listing of plea seeking fundamental right to pray at Ayodhya Pioneer
BJP leader Subramanian Swamy Monday moved the Supreme Court for urgent listing of his plea seeking enforcement of his fundamental right to worship at the disputed Ram Temple site at Ayodhya.
SC agrees to hear plea seeking protection of human rights of security forces Pioneer
The Supreme Court Monday agreed to examine a plea seeking protection of human rights of security force personnel, who come under attack by mobs while performing their duties.
VVIP Chopper case: Delhi court grants bail to Rajeev Saxena Pioneer
A Delhi court Monday granted bail to Rajeev Saxena, who was arrested in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland money-laundering case. Special Judge Arvind Kumar granted the relief to Saxena on furnishing a bail bond of Rs 5 lakh and two sureties of the like amount.
SC likely to hear petitions on Article 35A this week, Mufti warns ‘don’t blame Kashmiris for what will follow’ Times Now
The Supreme Court is likely to hear petitions on Article 35A this week, between February 26-28, a case that questions its validity, but is critical for peace, law and order in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The provision included in the Indian Constitution in 1954 grants special rights and privileges to the people of the Valley.
Rafale deal case: Supreme Court assures petitioners it will hear their review pleas Krishnadas Rajagopal, Hindu
The Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi on Thursday assured petitioners that the Supreme Court would hear their review pleas against the December 14 judgment in the Rafale deal case. He said that as of now the judges who should be on the Bench were sitting in a different combination.
SC holds Anil Ambani, others guilty of contempt of court for wilfully not paying dues to Ericsson Pioneer
The Supreme Court Wednesday held RCom chairman Anil Ambani guilty of contempt of court for wilfully violating its order and not paying its dues of Rs 550 crore to Telecom equipment maker Ericsson.
938 persons detained in 6 detention centres in Assam, 823 declared as foreigners, Centre tells SC Pioneer
The Centre Tuesday told the Supreme Court that 938 persons are at present detained in six detention centres in Assam out of which 823 have been declared as foreigners by tribunals.
SC refuses to interfere in appointment of Nageswara Rao as interim CBI chief Indian Express
The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to interfere in the plea challenging the appointment of M Nageswara Rao as interim director of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Vineet Saran said no further interference is required as the relief has already been granted with the appointment of a full-time CBI Director.
Aircel-Maxis case: Protection from arrest to Chidambaram, Karti extended till March 8 Pioneer
A Delhi court Monday extended till March 8 the interim protection from arrest granted to former Union minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti in the Aircel-Maxis scam cases filed by the CBI and the ED.
SC refuses reopening of Sterlite plant, grants Vedanta liberty to approach HC Pioneer
The Supreme Court Monday refused to allow reopening of Vedanta's Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin, which was at the centre of massive protests over pollution concerns, but granted the company liberty to approach the high court.
Centre final word in Delhi services: SC Pioneer
In a major setback to the AAP Government in Delhi, the two-judge Bench of the Supreme Court on Thursday agreed that the Centre should have the final word on posting and transfer of bureaucrats in the national Capital administration, but their disagreement on finer details resulted in a split verdict and the matter got referred to a larger Bench.
Koregaon-Bhima case: SC sets aside Bombay HC order refusing extension of time to file charge sheet Pioneer
The Supreme Court Wednesday set aside the Bombay High Court order refusing to grant 90 days extension to Maharashtra Police for filing the charge sheet in the Koregaon-Bhima violence case.
SC refuses to monitor CBI investigation into Saradha chit fund scam Economic Times
The Supreme Court, which in May 2014 transferred the investigation into the Saradha chit-fund scam to the CBI, on Monday rejected a plea that the court monitor the case.
Petition filed in SC challenging central law on land acquisition near disputed site in Ayodhya Pioneer
A petition was filed in the Supreme Court Monday challenging the constitutional validity of 1993 Central law on land acquisition in Ayodhya near the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site. The plea contended that Parliament has no legislative competence to acquire land belonging to the state.
Show us proof West Bengal govt blocked probe and we'll come hard: SC to CBI Times of India
If the CBI produced evidence of Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar or any authority in West Bengal destroying evidence or thwarthing investigation into chit fund scam cases, it would 'come down on them so heavily that they will regret it', the Supreme Court told the agency on Mondey.
Kolkata CP will regret if proof destroyed: SC Tribune India
The Supreme Court today warned Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar of strict action if it was found that he tried to destroy evidence relating to the Saradha chit fund scam case in West Bengal after the CBI said it apprehended “destruction of electronic evidence”.
26/11 case: Court issues NBW against two Pak Army officials Pioneer
A sessions court here has issued non-bailable warrants against two Pakistan Army officials - Major Abdul Rehman Pasha and Major Iqbal - in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case.
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