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Gas pricing FIR liable to be quashed: RIL tells HC

New Delhi, Jan 20 (PTI) RIL today told the Delhi High Court the FIR lodged against it and two UPA ministers on alleged irregularities in raising gas price from KG-6 basin was liable to be quashed in view of its larger bench ruling that the Delhi ... Press Trust of India, 11 hours ago

Why can't pvt FM channels have news, SC asks govt

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has asked the government to explain the continuing prohibition on FM radio stations and community radios from airing news and current affairs at par with private TV channels and the print media. The observation by the ...
 Indian Television3 days ago Why can't FM stations broadcast news, asks SC  The Hindu5 days ago
Times of India

SC directs centre to set up cell toaddress complaints on TV broadcasts

A view of the Supreme Court premises. | PTI NEW DELHI:The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the government to set up a statutory mechanism for the redressal of complaints against the contents of private TV channels and radio stations and accord ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Set up body for complaints against channels: SC  Times of India1 week ago Set up complaint mechanism against TV, radio contents: SC  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Set up body to deal with complaints against TV, radio shows: SC  Deccan Herald1 week ago

SC nudge on TV complaints

New Delhi, Jan. 12: The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to widely publicise a "redress mechanism" envisaged under the law for complaints against objectionable content on TV channels and FM radio stations. A bench of Chief Justice J.S.
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Set up mechanism to hear plaints about TV content: SC  The Hindu1 week ago

Politicians wealth: SC notice to Centre on NGO's plea

As per the petitioner, the RP Act mandates candidates to declare their assets in nomination papers, but not source. Legal Correspondent New Delhi, January 4 The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Centre and the Election ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago Apex court issues notice to Centre on NGO's plea  Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

Will Jaya still be an accused after her death?

Could Jayalalithaa remain a defendant to enable the recovery and return of the disproportionate assets in case the high court judgment is overturned?Sayan Ghosal reports. Just weeks after the death of Jayalalithaa, who died as chief minister of Tamil Nadu, the legal community is split on how her two-decade-old disproportionate assets case will unfold. The case is in the final stages with the Supreme Court to pronounce its verdict. The co-accused in the case are J Elavarasi, V Sudhakaran and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

CJI's delayed flight postpones BCCI, note ban hearings

NEW DELHI: Chief Justice T S Thakur's flight from Jaipur to Delhi got delayed on Monday and resulted in his absence from the court and deferment of hearing on two important cases — demonetisation and reforms in BCCI. The list of business in the ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Lid remains on default list

New Delhi, Nov. 18: The Supreme Court today rejected a plea seeking the disclosure of the names of people who have defaulted on bank loans of Rs 500 crore and above and asked the Centre to explain why non-performing assets of banks continued to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Disclosure of names of big loan defaulters pointless: SC  The Hindu2 months ago

SC seeks government's action plan on recovery of bad loans

New Delhi, Nov 18 The Supreme Court on Friday did not favour making public the names of individuals and companies with non-performing assets (NPAs) or bad loans of Rs 500 crore or more, and said what is important is how to recover the money and ...
 ProKerala.com2 months ago
Times of India

Objective behind demonetisation laudable, says SC

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has lauded the objective behind the demonetisation of high-value currency notes, but asked the Centre to take urgent measures to help the common people get money from banks and ATMs smoothly. "The objective behind ...
 Times of India2 months ago SC says Govt's move on note ban not illegal  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago
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