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Samsung vs Apple: U.S. Supreme Court Favours Samsung in Smartphone Giants' Fight

Has Samsung, er, rounded the corner with Apple court win?

Analysis Some good news has finally fallen the way of Samsung, as the Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the South Korean giant in its ongoing patent spat with Apple - scrapping a $399m damages bill in the latest episode of the hottest legal ... The Register, 4 hours ago
U.S. Supreme Court gives victory to Samsung over Apple Korea Joongang Daily, 2 days ago

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Indian Supreme Court's National Anthem Order: Why Trevor Noah On The Daily Show Got It All Wrong?

Last Wednesday the Supreme Court of India ordered cinema halls across India to play the national anthem prior to the screening of a film. It is said that the move is aimed at inculcating a feeling of nationalism and patriotism. The Supreme Court ...
 Inquisitr4 days ago Indian Govt's latest claim on demonetisation: Situation will normalise within 10-15 days  Business Insider India2 hours ago Order on national anthem shows what is wrong with the Court  Rediff.com6 days ago Watch: American TV show makes fun of India's demonetisation step and recent SC order on National Anthem  Financial Express6 days ago

Centre issues order for complete India ban on tobacco-laced Gutka, Paan Masala

The move comes following a recent Supreme Court order banning chewable tobacco products
 DNA13 hours ago Only Gutkha banned, no ban by SC on chewing tobacco, cigarette or beedi  Sify2 months ago

In Kolkata's adult film theatres, patriotism plays second fiddle

Our duty is play it (the anthem) and shut the door when it is on. We can't force people to stand." The Supreme Court's recent ruling that mandates the playing of the national anthem before movie screenings is giving owners of theatres that show ...
 Indian Express19 hours ago
Times of India

Central panel headed by ex-judge to assess status of shelters for homeless

NEW DELHI: Following a recent Supreme Court order, the housing ministry has set up a three-member committee, which will carry out physical verification of the available shelters for urban homeless in each state and Union Territories. The panel will ...
 Times of India1 day ago

Television actors take on the Supreme Court's verdict on the National Anthem mandate

Social media has been abuzz by the recent diktat by the Supreme Court which makes playing the national anthem mandatory in movie halls, before every film. There's also the rule to lock exit gates so people don't leave cinema halls while the anthem ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 days ago Supreme Court verdict on national anthem & the antillectuals' response  Meri News1 week ago
Financial Express

Entry tax: Supreme Court shuts door on companies

A nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court has recently upheld the validity of the states entry tax legislations, rejecting the contention that they interfere with free trade and commerce across
 Financial Express3 days ago States' right to fiscal autonomy vis-a-vis uniformity in taxation  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Judiciary Watch: Sixteen new additional judges appointed in three High Courts

After recently being berated by the Supreme Court of India for sitting on files, the Centre, it would appear, is clearing judicial appointments thick and fast. Last month alone, it approved sixteen persons to be judges of three different High ...
 Bar & Bench4 days ago

Legal team briefs Cabinet sub-committee

The Cabinet Sub-committee constituted to decide whether to approach the Supreme Court on the recent decision of the Brijesh Kumar Tribunal (KWDT-II) that bifurcation did not alter the allocation of K...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Servants paid by government for retired Supreme Court judges is a bad idea; here's why

The Supreme Court's recent decision, to appoint one domestic help for life for retired judges of the Court, and then to absorb the help in the Court's regular staff after a period of ten years is unfortunate. Last month, under the Rules for ...
 Financial Express6 days ago
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