Arvind Kejriwal's government was censured today by judges who said its mega advertising campaign appears to violate new Supreme Court rules that ban politicians from wasting taxpayers' money on promot... NDTV, 18 minutes ago
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Aware from the political pollution, former AAP leader and Senior Supreme Court advocate Prashant Bhusan met Social Activist Anna Baburao Hazare to discuss the contentious Land Acquisition Bill and the One Rank One Pension issue. It was a courtesy ...Odisha Samaya, 1 day ago NGO seeks contempt proceedings against Delhi, Tamil Nadu governments over ads DNA India, 2 weeks ago AAP goes bankrupt? Delhi CM Kejriwal seeks donation for cash-strapped party Oneindia, 2 weeks ago Kejriwal sneaks around SC order, Delhi govt spends Rs 520 cr on ads MSN India, 3 weeks ago
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NEW DELHI: The Centre today told the Delhi High Court that the Supreme Court ruling that taxpayers' money cannot be spent to build the image of political leaders was "applicable" to all states and Union Territories including the national capital. ...Economic Times, 1 day ago Maken- AAP war over ads reaches court Yahoo! India, 2 weeks ago Maken moves HC against misuse of funds for govt. ads The Hindu, 2 weeks ago AAP breaking SC norms on ads: Maken Times of India, 2 weeks ago
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New Delhi: There is a need to decriminalise penal provision for defamation and the "colonial law", which has been inevitably abused, needs to be re-examined rigorously, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told the Supreme Court on Wednesday. ...IBNLive India News, 1 week ago SC-DEFAMATION - Defamation law abused, should be re-examined: Kejriwal to SC Namibia Press Agency, 1 week ago Defamation law challenged Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court would hear a plea against the AAP government for allegedly violating Supreme Court guidelines by bringing out advertisements "glorifying" Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday. Justice V P Vaish said he needed to ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Delhi HC to hear plea agnst AAP govt's latest ad campaign on July 20 Zee News, 1 week ago HC to hear plea against AAP govt's latest ad The Statesman, 1 week ago HC to hear plea agnst AAP govt's latest ad campaign on July 20 Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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New Delhi: The Arvind Kejriwal government on Friday told the Supreme Court it was willing to withdraw a controversial circular issued by the AAP administration to allow defamation cases against media houses for adverse news reports. Ironically, ...ABP Live, 3 weeks ago Defamation circular climbdown for Kejri The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago From 'fake law degree' to appointment of officers, controversies followed Delhi Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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