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Rapist can be awarded lesser punishment for special reasons:SC
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Rapist can be awarded lesser punishment for 'special reasons',...

Though a bench of justices M Y Eqbal and Pinaki Chandra Ghose upheld the conviction of Madhya Pradesh resident Ravindra in a 20-year-old rape case, it allowed him to walk free after imposing a jail term already undergone by him. DNA, 2 months ago

SC defers hearing plea in Jayalalithaa's DA case till 9th March

"We have not gone through the petition," a bench comprising justices Pinaki Chandra Ghose and R K Agarwal said while adjourning the matter. "We are not making any comment," the bench said. The bench deferred the hearing as the matter was allocated to it this ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago

Photo ban has blanket reach

New Delhi, May 17: The Supreme Court ban on the use of photographs of chief ministers, other ministers and governors in government ads covers not just newspapers, magazines and television but also the Internet, movie theatres and public hoardings. ...
 Calcutta Telegraph6 days ago Karunanidhi opposed to SC ban on pics of netas in govt ads  India Today1 week ago

Supreme Court wants no netas in govt ads

03:13 am New Delhi : In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court on Wednesday prohibited the use of photographs of political leaders, including ministers, in advertisements issued by the government and its agencies, saying that it leads to promotion ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago Only PM, President, CJI can feature in govt ads: Apex Court  Millennium Post1 week ago SC prohibits politicians' photos on government ads  Prokerala1 week ago Indian Supreme Court prohibits politicians photos on government ads  Weekly Voice1 week ago

Supreme Court bans leaders photos in ads, except President, PM, CJI

New Delhi: Observing that publication of government advertisements with photographs of leaders in power leads to personality cults, the Supreme Court on Wednesday banned the Centre and states from using photographs in government advertisements of ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Supreme Court bans leaders’ photos in ads, except President , PM, CJI  Asian Age1 week ago

Supreme Court accepts panel guidelines to regulate government ads

The Supreme Court on Wednesday accepted the recommendations of an expert panel to regulate government advertisements, particularly on the eve of elections. A bench of Justices Ranjan Gogoi and Pinaki Chandra Ghose said considering the fact that a large ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

SC upholds life term to seven for killing student

Nineteen years after a student leader was done to death in campus violence in a Dehradun college, the Supreme Court has sentenced seven people to life imprisonment, rejecting their contention that they had no motive for the offence. The court trashed a plea ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Testimony of sole witness enough for conviction: SC

CHENNAI: An accused can be convicted on the testimony of a sole witness if the person is completely reliable, said the Supreme Court, upholding the verdict of the Madras high court which awarded five years of rigorous imprisonment to people facing ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Delay renders justice 'ineffective', erodes evidence: SC

New Delhi, Mar 23 (PTI) Delay in the pre-trial stage not only renders justice ineffective, but also leads to erosion of evidence, the Supreme Court has said. "The delay in justice delivery system not only renders justice ineffective but also ...
 Press Trust of India2 months ago Delay renders justice ineffective, erodes evidence: SC  Greater Kashmir2 months ago Delay renders justice ''ineffective'', erodes evidence: SC  Press Trust of India2 months ago SC says delay renders justice 'ineffective', destroys evidence:  DNA India2 months ago

‘Last seen with victim not enough to convict’

The Supreme Court has held that merely because the accused was last seen together with the victim does not by itself and necessarily lead to the inference that it was the accused who committed the crime. Giving this ruling while setting aside the judgment of ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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