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Italy says UN court ordered marine's release, India denies
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Italy says UN court ordered marine's release, India denies

New Delhi says Italy was ‘misrepresenting’ the order which actually affirms the Indian Supreme Court’s authority over the matter. A United Nations arbitration tribunal has ruled in favour of an Italian marine, held in India on murder charges, by allowing him to return home pending the arbitration proceedings at the Hague. Two Italian marines -- Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone -- are facing charges of murdering two fishermen in 2012 off the Kerala coast. Latorre is ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago
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SC directs Mallya to furnish details of all assets

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed Vijay Mallya and family members to furnish details of all assets in India and abroad to the banks in a sealed cover. The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed beleaguered Vijay Mallya's prayer for protection from disclosure of his assets and those of his family, in India and abroad, to Kingfisher Airlines' lenders, saying "no tangible" grounds have been raised to maintain secrecy of information. "We don't find any tangible objection in disclosing ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago 'Government agencies helped Mallya to flee'  Rediff.com1 month ago I did not flee from India: Mallya  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Kohinoor diamond gifted to UK, not stolen: Centre tells SC

The government on Monday told the Supreme Court that Kohinoor diamond was neither ‘forcibly taken’ nor ‘stolen’ by British rulers but given to the East India Company by the rulers of Punjab. "Kohinoor cannot said to be forcibly taken or stolen as it was given by the successors of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to East India Company in 1849 as compensation for helping them in the Sikh wars," Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar told a bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur. The apex ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 7 interesting facts about the Kohinoor  Rediff.com2 weeks ago VOTE: Should India let Kohinoor remain with the British?  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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3 Indian-Americans could be US Supreme Court judge nominees

Three Indian-American legal luminaries may be among the possible candidates whom US President Barack Obama could nominate as a Supreme Court judge following the sudden death of conservative icon Justice Antonin Scalia. Within hours of the death of Scalia at a ranch in Texas, the name of Chandigarh-born Sri Srinivasan popped up as the top contender to the post. Sri Srinivasan, 48, is currently the US Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit which ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Babri case: SC judge recuses from hearing criminal appeals  Rediff.com1 month ago Is he Obama's nominee for the US Supreme Court?  Rediff.com2 months ago
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AgustaWestland scam: Supreme Court seeks Centre's reply on PIL for FIR against Congress leaders

A bench comprising Justices Dipak Misra and Shiva Kirti Singh issued notice on the PIL filed by advocate M L Sharma in which he has also sought a court-monitored probe in the case. The PIL, which was filed last week had sought lodging of FIR against ...
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Mallya says in forced exile, no plans to return to India

"By taking my passport or arresting me, they are not getting any money," Vijay Mallya said.     Embattled tycoon Vijay Mallya has said he is in a "forced exile" and has no plans to return to India where things are flying at him "fast and furious". Mallya, whose passport was revoked this month, said he wants a "reasonable" settlement with creditor banks for his defunct airline, but they "are not getting any money" by taking his passport or arresting him. "I definitely would like to ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Banks set to reject Mallya's loan repayment offer  Rediff.com1 month ago How Mallya squandered money on yachts, jets and islands  Rediff.com1 month ago Return with passport: Supreme Court tells Vijay Mallya  Rediff.com1 month ago
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SC tells govt to set up bad loans panel

  Centre, RBI to file replies; matter adjourned to July The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the government to come up with a proposal for appointment of a committee to look into the issues raised regarding bad loans and huge write-offs by public sector banks. A Bench of Chief Justice of India T S Thakur asked the Centre and Reserve Bank of India to respond to various issues raised by senior advocate Prashant Bhushan of the Centre for Public Interest Litigation in the matter. The court also ...
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Court extends ban, cloud on diesel cars

  Makers argue these pollute less than petrol ones The Supreme Court on Thursday extended the ban on registration of diesel vehicles with engine capacity of 2,000 cc and more in the National Capital Region till further orders, keeping the fate of carmakers in uncertainty. The court said it would devote a Saturday (date not decided) to hear all parties concerned before passing its order. The decision will have an adverse impact on companies such as Toyota, Mercedes, Jaguar Land Rover and ...
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5,275 wilful defaulters (+ Mallya) owe banks Rs 56,621 crore

India’s five leading wilful defaulters are Winsome Diamonds & Jewellery Ltd and associate Forever Precious Jewellery & Diamonds, Zoom Developers, Kingfisher Airlines, Beta Naphthol and Raza Textiles Bangalore: Liquor baron Vijay Mallya (60) and his Rs 7,000-crore (Rs 70 billion) default occupy headlines, but there are 5,275 other “wilful defaulters” - together, they owe India’s banks Rs 56,521 crore ($83.9 billion), according to the Credit Information Bureau ...
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SC relief to Gandhis but trial in Herald case will go on

The Supreme Court on Friday provided relief to Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul, giving them exemption from personal appearance in the trial court in the National Herald case and expunging certain observations of the high court but refused to interfere with criminal proceedings before the lower court. Allowing their plea for exemption from personal appearance before the trial court, which is scheduled to take up the matter on February 20, the apex court added a ...
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