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Everything You Need to Know About The 24-Year-Old Girl Who Too...

The Supreme Court today quashed Article 66A of the IT Act that had a provision for arrest for posting "objectionable content". Of course this definition of "Objectionable" was conveniently interpreted by the powers-that-be landing several youngsters ... Indiatimes, 5 days ago
Times of India

Attorney general is a public authority, must be under RTI: HC

NEW DELHI: The Attorney General is not merely a lawyer for the government, but is a constitutional authority, the Delhi High Court has said, bringing the top law officer under the ambit of the RTI Act. Justice Vibhu Bakhru on Tuesday held the ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

BMC pays lawyers a whopping Rs 105 cr as fees in past 13 years

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) paid lawyers Rs.105 crore as fees in the past 13 years to fight cases against it in courts, in issues pertaining to major illegal constructions and other litigations. This was revealed in a reply to RTI ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago RTI query reveals BMC paid Rs 105 crore to lawyers in past 13 years  DNA India3 weeks ago

BMC Spent Rs 105 Cr On Court Cases

12:19 am Mumbai : The BMC spent over Rs.100 cr in last 13 years as payment to lawyers, who represented the civic body in various court cases. Majority of the cases pertained to illegal constructions and the highest paid lawyer was senior counsel K K ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago BMC spent Rs.106 crore on court cases in 13 years  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
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Rs 105 crore paid in BMC legal fees

A Right to Information (RTI) query filed by activist Anil Galgali has revealed that in 13 years between 2001 and 2014, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) paid a jaw-dropping Rs 105 crore in fees to a total of 151 lawyers to represent it in various ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago

Multitude may extend winning streak

Multitude, who has won three out of three races, maintains winning form and may extend his winning streak by taking the Poonawalla Breeders Multi-Million (Gr. I), the stellar attraction of the races to be held here on Sunday (Feb. 22). An amount ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

PDP-BJP Common Minimum Programme

Indian citizens required a permit to enter into the State until the rule was abolished by Bakhshi regime on 01 April 1959. State Subject Law still prevails and bars an Indian citizen to have property rights in the State. This law does not allow a ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago
Indian Express

UPA transfer of prime properties to Wakf Board under scanner

In 2011, the Delhi High Court had asked the ministry to resolve the matter. Followinga petition filed by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in the Delhi High Court, the NDA government has started an inquiry into the transfer of 123 prime properties ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Bar & Bench

2014 - What happened at the Supreme Court of IndiaNew

Like the year that preceded it, 2014 turned out to be very eventful for the apex court of the country. Myriad controversies, debates and judgements of significant impact ensured that the Supreme Court of India remained in the news throughout the ...
 Bar & Bench2 months ago
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