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Only Advocates-on- Record (AoRs) can mention out-of-turn listings: SC
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Only Advocates-on- Record (AoRs) can mention out-of-turn listi...

The old practice of designated senior lawyers mentioning cases for out-of-turn listing and urgent hearing came to an abrupt end, with the Supreme Court making it clear that from now on, only Advocates-on- Record (AoRs) can mention such matters. The courtroom ... DNA, 1 day ago
Mathrubhumi

SC's landmark judgement on right to privacy today

New Delhi: The Supreme Court will pronounce its judgement on the vexatious issue whether the right to privacy can be held as a fundamental right under the Constitution, shortly. A nine-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar had on August ...
 Mathrubhumi4 weeks ago SC declares right to privacy as a fundamental right  Mathrubhumi4 weeks ago Privacy a fundamental right, rules Supreme Court  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago SC to decide if privacy a fundamental right  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Dahi Handi fest: 14 years age restriction, but no height limit

Children below the age of 14 years cannot participate in the Dahi Handi festival, the Maharashtra government on Monday said in the Bombay high court, which accepted the statement, but refused to impose any restriction on the height of human pyramid formations. A division bench of Justices B R Gavai and M S Karnik said it was not for the high court to impose restrictions on the age of the participants, famously known as 'govindas', in the festival and the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Dahi Handi fest: 14 yrs age restriction, but no height limit  Business Standard1 month ago Dahi handi: Maha govt lowers age limit to 14 yrs, no cap on pyramid height  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Privacy protection is a losing battle in technological era, says SC

Voicing concern over possible misuse of personal information in public domain, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said that protection of the concept of privacy in the technological era was a "losing battle". A nine-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar, heard marathon arguments for six days over a period of three weeks and reserved its verdict on the issue whether right to privacy can be held as a fundamental right under the Constitution. A battery of senior lawyers, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Why has Mehrangarh temple tragedy report not been made public

The Rajasthan High Court has asked the state government why it has not made public theJustice Jasraj Chopra Commission report on the 2008 Mehrangarh Temple tragedy even six years after its submission. Issuing notice to the government, a division bench ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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