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India vs Bharat: SC seeks response from government
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India vs Bharat: SC seeks response from government

‘India should be named Bharat’ a demand on which the Supreme Court has sought comments from the Centre and the states. The apex court on Friday decided to examine questions raised on the naming of the country and sought response from the Centre on the plea demanding change in the name from ‘India’ to ‘Bharat’. A bench comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justice Arun Mishra also issued notice to all state governments and union territories on the PIL which ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Assets case: SC may yet create problems for Jaya

A case that J Jayalalitha ‘does not want’ is back and in the Supreme Court. N Sathiya Moorthy reports on the possible repercussions of the disproportionate assets case on Tamil Nadu politics. Addressing her maiden campaign rally for the R K Nagar assembly by-poll in the Tamil Nadu capital of Chennai, Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa thundered thus from inside her air-conditioned vehicle: “You did not want this by-election…When there is only a year left for the assembly ...
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Freedom of speech not absolute: SC on satirical poem on Gandhi

Freedom of speech and expression cannot be ‘absolute’, the Supreme Court on Friday said as it refused to reject criminal charges against an author for penning an alleged vulgar and obscene poem on Mahatma Gandhi in 1994. Putting vulgar and obscene words in the mouth of ‘historically respected personalities’ like Gandhi cannot pass the ‘contemporary community standards test’ meant to adjudge the obscenity of an alleged literary work, the apex court said. The ...
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Emergency: Decoding the darkest period of Indian democracy

1. The foundation for the Emergency was laid when the Allahabad High Court rendered Indira Gandhi’s re-election to the Lok Sabha in 1971 null and void on the grounds of electoral malpractices leveled against her by Raj Narain, who had lost the Rae ...
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#Lovewins: Indian-Americans applaud same-sex marriage ruling

‘This ruling has finally given us a base to stand on’. Indian Americans and the larger Asian American community praised the United State Supreme Court ruling that provided same-sex couples the right to marry. Speaking to Rediff.com’s Ritu Jha they said that the ruling will now help them ease the process of coming out to their families and also provide them with ‘true equality’.  Same-sex marriage supporters wave pride flags while celebrating the US Supreme ...
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'CM Raje is legally and morally not in a position to continue in office'

Following the Modigate scandal, Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot has been leading the party’s protests in the state against Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. He tells Kavita Chowdhury that apart from ensuring that Raje quits office, the Congress is demanding that she be booked for criminal culpability. Edited excerpts: Congress workers burn an effigy of Rajasthan CM Vasundhara Raje after it was revealed that she had helped Lalit Modi acquire travel ...
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Riding on the ordinance highway: Why the Supreme Court should step in

Although it has been passed by the Lok Sabha, the National Democratic Alliance government's land bill's future is still uncertain, given that the Opposition commands the numbers in the Rajya Sabha, forcing the government to repromulgate the ordinance. Repromulgation is a perennial malaise; and judges must clarify -- indeed, revisit -- the rules that govern this practice, argues Shubhankar Dam. The Modi government has repromulgated the 2014 land bill ordinance for a second time.
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Hate speech: SC bench recuses from hearing Swamy's plea

A Supreme Court bench headed by Justice R K Agrawal on Monday recused itself from hearing the plea of Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy against the order of an Assam trial court issuing a non-bailable warrant against him for failing to appear before it in a case of alleged hate speech. The bench, also comprising Justice Amitava Roy, referred the matter to another bench saying, "If it has to come before another bench, why apply mind. List it before another bench on June 22." Senior ...
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Bangalore neighbourhood's toxic air threatens India's future

Once called India’s garden city, this upper middle-class residential area in Bangalore has India’s most toxic air, says Devanik Saha, IndiaSpend.com. On the day this story was written, April 10, 2015, the area with India’s most toxic air - among 10 cities where a new National Air Quality Index functions - was south Bangalore’s BTM Layout, a booming residential area dotted with restaurants and located conveniently near office towers and a web of highways. There ...
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Supreme Court dismisses litigation for OCI voting rights

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a PIL filed by a journalist seeking quashing of amendments made in Citizenship Act which deny voting rights to Overseas Citizens of India saying he cannot espouse the cause of people well settled abroad. “The writ petition is for the people who are well settled abroad. The PIL is not for those people but for those who cannot afford to approach this court,” a bench comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justice Arun Mishra said. “You cannot ...
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