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Dance bars : Supreme Court asks Maharashtra to decide in 2 weeks on licence

Issue licences to dance bars in two weeks: Supreme Court to …

By | The Indian Express Disapproving of a puritan approach, the Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the Maharashtra government to start issuing licences for re-opening of dance bars within two weeks even as the state fiercely opposed them arguing ... Yahoo! India, 35 minutes ago
Sethusamudran project: Centre seeks time from SC, 8 hours ago
Bar & Bench

Disposed of over 83,000 cases in 2014: CJI Dattu

The Supreme Court disposed of 83,013 cases in 2014, the highest in a year since its inception, Chief Justice of India H.L. Dattu on Thursday. Chief Justice Dattu, who is retiring on December 2, asked his fellow judges to keep an eye on the rising ...
 The Hindu2 hours ago 2014 witnessed highest disposal of cases by Supreme Court 83013, Dattu J.  Bar & Bench7 hours ago Apex Court Disposed of 83,000 Cases Last Year, Says CJI  New Indian Express30 minutes ago Supreme Court disposed off record over 83k cases in 2014: CJI Dattu  Economic Times6 hours ago

SC 'benchmark' with caution

New Delhi, Nov. 26: Chief Justice of India H.L. Dattu today said the Supreme Court had set an "unprecedented benchmark" by disposing of 83,013 cases last year but cautioned against complacency as he spoke of the need for judicial discipline and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph32 minutes ago TS Thakur appointed 43rd Chief Justice of India  Livemint.com1 week ago Justice TS Thakur to Take Oath as Chief Justice of India on December 3  NDTV1 week ago President appoints Justice TS Thakur as the 43rd Chief Justice of India  The Weather Space1 week ago

17 Supreme Court verdicts that changed the Indian Constitution

India is marking November 26 as the Constitution Day as a tribute to Dr BR Ambedkar, who is widely regarded as the architect of the Indian Constitution. The Constitution was framed by borrowing features from different countries such as the US, ...
 MSN News US12 hours ago SC verdicts that have changed the Constitution  Hindustan Times10 hours ago #ConstitutionDay: Why is it celebrated on Nov 26; Rarely known facts about Constitution of India  Oneindia13 hours ago India declares November 26 as "Constitution Day"  Armenpress1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

No one has right on holy books, says Supreme Court

New Delhi: No one can claim the names of holy books and scriptures like Ramayana or Quran and use them as trademarks for selling goods and services, the Supreme Court has ruled. There are many holy and religious books like Quran, Bible, Guru ...
 Deccan Chronicle23 hours ago No one can claim trademark right on holy books, rules Apex Court  Millennium Post1 day ago Supreme Court: Gods, religious texts can't be trademarked  Indian Express2 days ago No trademark can be claimed over the word Ramayan, rules Supreme court  Bar & Bench2 days ago

The B&B Causelist #93: Essar leaks scam, Dance Bars in Maharashtra, RK Pachauri & more

Supreme Court of India 1. Dr. Subramanian Swamy v. Union of India and Ors. [Item 38 in court 1 TC(Civil) 26/2007] Bench: Chief Justice HL Dattu, Arun Mishra J. The petition challenging the Sethusamudram project. Subramanian Swamy is ...
 Bar & Bench18 hours ago
Indian Express

Global co-ordination required to tackle terrorism: SC

NEW DELHI: The growing menace of terrorism on Tuesday attracted the attention of the Supreme Court which said global co-ordination is required to handle the crisis by ensuring that fugitives do not get safe haven in any country after committing acts ...
 Times of India1 day ago Supreme Court: Countries need to work together in wake of rising terrorattacks  Yahoo! India1 day ago Paris attack clouds French prisoner relief  Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago Countries need to work together in wake of rising terror attacks: SC  Indian Express1 day ago

Plea in Supreme Court seeks review of anti-NJAC judgment

Suraj India Trust on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court seeking a review of its October 16 verdict quashing the NJAC law on judicial appointments by a larger bench of nine judges. In its petition, the trust recalled an order passed by a two-judge ...
 Asian Age1 day ago

India hits Vodafone with $300M charge over merger/IPO plans

Vodafone ( VOD -0.8%) has been hit by a 20B-rupee charge (about $300M) by India's Supreme Court related to the carrier's plans to consolidate four regional units to bring them public. That move will let the merger (and eventually, the IPO) go ...
 Seeking Alpha2 days ago Vodafone Asked to Pay Rs 2,000 Cr Ahead of Merger of India Businesses  NDTV2 days ago SC asks Centre to apprise it on six hydro-power projects  Press Trust of India2 days ago SC asks Vodafone to pay Rs 2,000 crore for merger  Rediff.com2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Justice for poor must be the focus: Supreme Court judge

Hyderabad: Justice Madan B. Lokur of the Supreme Court on Saturday said that the judicial delivery system had to be revamped to provide affordable justice expeditiously to the poor. He was speaking at a conference, Emerging challenges before ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Centre, Supreme Court face off over collegium system  Siasat Daily6 days ago Collegium: Supreme Court gives nod for appointment of new ju …  Yahoo! India6 days ago Supreme Cour directs collegium to start appointing judges  Economic Times1 week ago
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