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Arms dealer Suresh Nanda, son Sanjeev Nanda arrested

   09 March 2008 at 14:36

Arms dealer Suresh Nanda, charged with receiving kickbacks in defence deals, his son and two others have been arrested by CBI for allegedly conspiring to fudge their account books seized by the IT department during a raid last year. They were arreste ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   445 Views


Centre to make fresh bid to evolve consensus on Women's Bill

   08 March 2008 at 22:29

An all-party meet will be convened later this month to make another attempt at evolving a consensus on the much-awaited Women's Reservation Bill, the Centre today said.Parliamentary Affairs Minister P R Dasmunsi said a positive outcome is expected on ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   360 Views


Bill introduced in Parliament to amend Indian Council of World Affairs Act

   07 March 2008 at 21:59

In an attempt to ensure smooth functioning of the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), a bill would be introduced in Parliament soon to amend the Act governing the strategic think-tank."The draft of the amendment was approved by the Union Cabinet, ..

Posted in Others |   367 Views


Sewage falling into Ganga causing cancer, SC informed

   07 March 2008 at 21:59

The Supreme Court has decided to hear the issue of discharge of untreated sewage into the Ganga posing a cancer threat to people living on its banks.Two applications filed in the apex court pointed to threat of deadly diseases afflicting due to domes ..

Posted in Constitutional Law |   439 Views


Custodial interrogation essential in Hit-and-run case : HC

   07 March 2008 at 21:59

Cancelling the anticipatory bail of the prime accused in the hit-and-run incident involving two highways engineers, the Madras High Court today said certain material factors were not brought to the court's notice when it passed the impunged order gra ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   388 Views


Govt fails to respond to SC notice on tea workers' plight

   07 March 2008 at 21:59

The Supreme Court was today informed that the Centre and four tea-growing states have failed to respond to notices issued by it over alleged starvation deaths by workers of tea gardens illegally abandoned by companies.The court was informed that only ..

Posted in Civil Law |   550 Views


SC refers Sabarimala issue to larger bench

   07 March 2008 at 13:49

The Supreme Court has referred the petition challenging the ban on women of 10 to 50 age group from entering the Sabrimala temple in Kerala to a larger bench.A division bench headed by Justice S B Sinha, after hearing the contentions of Kerala govern ..

Posted in Civil Law |   534 Views


SC reserves judgement on transfer of Sabharwal case

   07 March 2008 at 13:49

The Supreme Court has on Friday reserved its judgment on a petition seeking transfer of Prof H S Sabharwal murder case outside Madhya Pradesh. A bench comprising Justices Arijit Pasayat and P Sathasivam, however, indicated that the case may be transf ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   353 Views


Soren acquitted in Chirrudih massacre case

   07 March 2008 at 08:13

Soren acquitted in Chirrudih massacre case JMM supremo and Lok Sabha MP Sibu Soren on Thursday was acquitted in the Chirrudih massacre of 1975, Jamtara Additional District and Sessions Judge Arun Kumar acquitted Soren and 13 others for want of eviden ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   359 Views


SAARC countries to replicate Right to Information

   07 March 2008 at 08:13

SAARC countries to replicate Right to Information SAARC countries have decided to replicate the 'Right to Information' in their countries keeping in view their socio-economical limitations. This was agreed at a two-day conference of 'Forum of Ministe ..

Posted in Others |   1137 Views



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