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SC says state can consider regularisation plea in accordance with law in Campa case
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Campa residents overjoyed with verdict

The Supreme Court’s Friday verdict has come as a huge relief to the beleaguered residents of Campa Cola Compound Society at Worli. There were scenes of jubilation among the residents, who were elated with the judgment. The court has asked the Campa Cola ... Asian Age, 1 hour ago

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EC favours display of photographs of contestants on EVMs

The Election Commission on Friday told the Supreme Court that it is considering display of photographs of people contesting elections on EVMs to curb the menace of dummy namesakes.
 Times of India5 hours ago Ballot papers likely to have photos of contesting candidates  Hindustan Times6 hours ago EC open to photo on ballot paper  The Telegraph6 hours ago

Animals get first right over forests: SC

The Supreme Court declined a plea by the Kerala government to lift the night ban on vehicular movement through the Bandipur Tiger Reserve. The court asserted that animals have first right over forests. "Forests belong to animals and tribals who live there.
 Deccan Herald3 hours ago Supreme Court won’t lift vehicle ban in reserve  Asian Age5 hours ago
Times of India

SC awards 4-week jail term to Kerala ex-MLA for calling HC judges ‘fool’

The Supreme Court on Friday sent a former Kerala MLA and CPM leader to four weeks in jail for abusing high court judges.
 Times of India6 hours ago Kerala CPM leader MV Jayarajan sent to jail  Sify20 hours ago Kerala CPM Leader PV Jayarajan Sent to Jail for Remarks Against Judge  NDTV21 hours ago Contempt of court case: M.V Jayarajan gets 4 weeks in jail  Asia Net India21 hours ago

Supreme Court to hear Financial Technologies plea on February 6

MUMBAI: Financial Technologies (India) recently filed a special leave petition (SLP) in the Supreme Court after the Bombay High Court rejected the company's plea for a stay against a regulatory order declaring it not "fit and proper" to own shares ...
 Economic Times4 hours ago Financial Technologies moves Supreme Court against FMC's unfit order  Financial Express8 hours ago Bengal moves Supreme Court against CBI  Asian Age1 week ago Mamata petitions Supreme Court for fair Saradha probe  Hindustan Times1 week ago

Supreme Court: Haryana can float tenders for expressways

Making it clear that work on construction of Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressways must be commenced in three months, the Supreme Court on Friday permitted Haryana to float fresh tenders for execution of the project. A three-judge bench of Chief Justice ...
 Asian Age3 hours ago

Panel nod for auctioning C-category mines in State

The Supreme Court-appointed Central Empowered Committee (CEC) has approved a Karnataka government plan to reallocate 51 'C' category mines in Bellary, Chitradurga and Tumkur districts through e-auction. The CEC in its report submitted to the apex court also ...
 Deccan Herald3 hours ago

Kerala Minister guilty of contempt: Supreme Court

Noting that shumbhan (Malayalam word for idiot) conveys a strong abuse, the Supreme Court on Friday held Communist Party of India (Marxist) State committee member M.V. Jayarajan guilty of contempt of court for publicly ridiculing the Kerala High ...
 The Hindu4 hours ago

No work done on western expressway so far, Haryana govt tells SC

Haryana government on Friday informed the Supreme Court that no substantial construction had taken place on the 135-km Peripheral Expressway Highway.
 Times of India5 hours ago No work done on western e-way, Haryana tells SC  Times of India3 hours ago

CPI(M) leader jailed 4 weeks for abusing judges

The Supreme Court on Friday made it clear that no person could use abusive or pejorative or insulting epithets against judges while criticising the judgment. Giving this ruling a bench of Justices Vikramajit Sen and C. Nagappan upheld an order passed by the ...
 Asian Age5 hours ago
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