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Fifth woman judge of the Supreme Court, Justice Ranjana Prakas...

Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai, only the fifth woman judge in the history of the Supreme Court, retired today. She had a relatively short tenure at the Supreme Court lasting just over three years. In the farewell function organised by the Supreme ... Bar & Bench, 3 weeks ago

Complex for vulnerable witnesses inaugurated in Delhi

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Supreme Court Judge Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai on Wednesday inaugurated a Vulnerable Witness Deposition Complex on the Saket District Courts premises to provide an intimidation-free and friendly atmosphere ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Weekly Voice

Saket DC starts vulnerable witness deposition complex for kids & to make hostile witnesses friendly

Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai of the Supreme Court Wednesday inaugurated a vulnerable witness deposition complex for kids in the Saket district court here. Designed like a play-house with small tables, chairs and a toys corner, it is the second ...
 Legally India2 months ago High acquittal rate as witnesses turn hostile: SC judge  Prokerala2 months ago Delhi gets second courtroom for kids  NewKerala.com2 months ago India's Super Rich Nervously Await Swiss Bank Revelations  Weekly Voice3 weeks ago

Women have broken barriers of gender discrimination: SC judge

Lauding women for succeeding in the field of law, Supreme Court judge Ranjana Prakash Desai today said more women have joined the fraternity and have broken the barriers of gender discrimination. Speaking at the inaugural function of Women in Law ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Three important news stories from dailies

Economic Times reports : A committee appointed by the Supreme Court, headed by retired top court judge HS Bedi, has not found evidence of the state government's involvement in any of the 22 cases of encounter deaths in Gujarat. And there is no ...
 DeshGujarat4 days ago Fake encounter probe: SC finds no evidence of govt's involvement  Economic Times4 days ago
Times of India

Supreme Court Gets Full Black Money List

NEW DELHI The Centre today submitted to the Supreme Court a list of 627 accounts held by Indians in a Swiss bank and said the probe by the Income Tax Department to identify and assess the total amount of black money would be completed by March ...
 Link2 weeks ago Black money case: SIT to submit second report by 3rd December  Jagran Post3 weeks ago Govt submits names of foreign a/c holders  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Final Count: 627  Pune Mirror3 weeks ago

Afghanistan: Insurgency on the rise amidst international troop-drawdown

Isha Sharma 31 October 2014 Analysis New Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fulfilled his promise of signing the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the U.S. and Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) with the NATO within 24 hours of taking ...
 Observer India2 weeks ago

PM's Hollow Claims on Bringing Back Black Money

ONE after another, all the election promises made by Prime Minister Modi during his whirlwind nationwide campaign, in a corporate jet, are turning out to be completely hollow full of bluster and no substance. On earlier occasions, we had exposed ...
 Peoples Democracy.in3 weeks ago
Indian Weekender

Give us names, we'll decide how to investigate: SC to Centre

The Supreme Court of India Tuesday directed the central government to furnish, in a sealed cover by Wednesday, the names of all Indian foreign account holders given by the German, French and Swiss authorities. A bench of Chief Justice H.L.
 Indian Weekender3 weeks ago SC orders Centre to furnish all names of Indians holding bank accounts abroad  Times of India3 weeks ago Reveal names of all secret account holders today: SC  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Congress welcomes SC directive on foreign account holders  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago

Black money: Nothing new in list, says SIT chief | Edit: SC, don't question govt's integrity

NEW DELHI: Chief of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on black money Justice MB Shah on Wednesday said there was nothing new in the list of names submitted by the government and that the SIT would submit its probe report in time. "I don't think ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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