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All coal block allocations since 1993 illegal, says Supreme Court
Millennium Post

All coal block allocations since 1993 illegal, says Supreme Court

The apex court bench headed by chief justice RM Lodha and comprising justices Madan Lokur and Kurien Joseph said no objective criteria were followed and guidelines were breached in coal block allocations. The SC said that issue of de-allocation ... Millennium Post, 2 days ago
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Computerisation of courts to speed up justice : Justice Lokur

Dehradun, Jun 27 : The entire existing process of filing in courts has to be converted into e-Court to ensure quick disposal of cases and bring more transparency in their functioning, since numerous cases were pending at various levels, according to ...
 NewKerala.com2 months ago

PM should apply wisdom on tainted MPs, says Indian SC

(Agencies) / 28 August 2014 Top court says people with criminal record are not expected to become part of government. ...
 Khaleej Times1 hour ago

SC verdict unlikely to change govt mindset, say experts

— By , August 28, 2014 12:29 am According to them, the government is too thick skinned to act against corrupt politicians New Delhi : The Supreme Court's verdict on tainted ministers would definitely put some pressure on the Prime Minister and ...
 The Freepress Journal5 hours ago

Onus of disqualifying tainted ministers on PM, rules SC

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE New Delhi, 27 August In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court today dismissed a petition seeking the removal of persons with alleged criminal background as ministers at the Centre or states even while putting the onus on ...
 The Statesman11 hours ago SC urges PM, CMs for non-inclusion of tainted politicians in Cabinets  Daily Excelsior.com1 day ago
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Keep persons charged with crime out of ministry: SC

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday advised the Prime Minister to avoid taking persons against whom charges have been framed in his ministry, but refused to put any fetters on his powers to appoint ministers, preferring instead to leave it to ...
 Economic Times8 hours ago SC expects PM and CMs not to appoint those facing criminal charges ministers  Sri Lanka Island10 hours ago Expect PM to exclude ministers facing criminal charges: SC  Hindustan Times20 hours ago Exclude chargesheeted persons from Ministry:: Apex court  Hindu Business Line22 hours ago
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Supreme Court says trusts PM Narendra Modi to keep criminal representatives away

The Supreme Court on Wednesday emphasised that the chief minister and the prime minister are a "repository of Constitutional trust" and must therefore take prudent decisions while selecting elected representatives to serve as ministers. A ...
 DNA India9 hours ago Advice on charged ministers  Calcutta Telegraph9 hours ago No room for tainted lawmakers in ministries: SC to PM & CMs  Chandigarh Tribune9 hours ago Onus on Prime Minister to keep ministry graft free  Deccan Chronicle10 hours ago
Outlook India

'The Wisdom Of The Prime Minister'

Stopping short of prescribing disqualification for tainted people becoming ministers, the Supreme Court today strongly advised Prime Minister and Chief Ministers not to induct in their ministry people against whom charges have been framed in ...
 Outlook India10 hours ago Supreme Court asks PM Narendra Modi, chief ministers not to induct tainted people in ministry  DNA India20 hours ago SC asks PM, CMs not to induct tainted people in ministry  Business Standard India21 hours ago Supreme Court asks PM, CMs not to induct tainted people in ministry  Economic Times21 hours ago

Framing of charge clouds a man's innocence: SC

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday expressed serious doubts over the ability of a minister, against whom a trial court has framed charges in a serious criminal or corruption case, to discharge duties without fear or favour as he was required ...
 Times of India11 hours ago
Gulf News

Parties welcome court ruling on corrupt ministers

Congress urges Prime Minister Modi to come clean New Delhi: The ruling by the Supreme Court on ministers with criminal background in the government has put the spotlight on Narendra Modi and his cabinet after the prime minister swept to power this ...
 Gulf News17 hours ago
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