SC stays mining activities by Reddy brothers in Andhra Pradesh NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday stayed all further mining activities by the Obulapuram Mining Corporation (OMC) owned by the Karnataka minister-cum-mining magnates in Andhra ..
GUJARAT RIOTS: HC ASKS NANAVATI COMMISSION TO CLARIFY ON SUMMONING MODI NEW DELHI: The Gujarat High Court on Monday asked the Nanavati Commission, which is probing the post-Godhra riot cases, to clarify by April 1 whether it would summon chief ..
SC disapproves arrogance, vanity of superior officers 2/22/2010 The Supreme Court has strongly disapproved the arrogance and vanity of superior officers while dealing with their subordinates. A bench comprising Justices Dalveer Bhandari and A K Pa ..
Shyam Benegal approaches SC to voice gay rights Gay community has finally found its lone supporter in noted film director and Rajya Sabha Member Shyam Benegal, who has approached the Supreme Court in support of Delhi High Court judgement, legal ..
Delh HC warns Leyland and Tata to supply buses in timeNEW DELHI:Delhi High Court on Wednesday warned bus providers Leyland and Tata, that court will cancel the tender, if they don’t stick to the schedule of bus delivery. Court gives time till M ..
WIDOW LOSES JOB AFTER REMARRIAGE, MOVES HC:Mumbai:Does a woman who got job on "compassionate grounds" after husband's death become ineligible after remarriage? The Bombay High Court will decide this question in a writ petition that was file ..
RIL gets a week to clear contempt case The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Tuesday granted one-week time to Reliance Industries Limited to explain the reasons why its chairman Mukesh Ambani should not be made a respondent party in a contempt petition. A ..
Shelter all Delhi's homeless by evening, orders SCNew Delhi: The Supreme Court Wednesday ordered the Delhi government to provide night shelters to all of the capital’s homeless by this evening.Taking note of the plight of the homeless during th ..
Law abiding citizen entitled to kill aggressor in self defence: SC 1/19/2010In a significant ruling, the Supreme Court has ruled that a law-abiding citizen is entitled to kill the aggressor, who poses a grave and imminent threat to his life and prope ..
'Bar Councils open to scrutiny under RTI' .The Bar Councils are open to public scrutiny under the Right to Information Act (RTI) and should set-up a mechanism to facilitate processing of applications directed to them under the transparency law, the ..