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Seven Judge Constitutional Bench of the SC relooking at the Hi...

Day 3 began with Mr. Shyam Divan's arguments. He continued from the previous day and recapped the structure and scheme of his arguments. He began with the subject of corrupt practice and attempted to show how it has been dealt with by the ... Legally India, 18 hours ago

Parliament did nothing to curb misuse...

The Supreme Court on Thursday said Parliament has done nothing in the last two decades to stop misuse of religion for electoral gains. The apex court's seven-judge Constitution Bench asked why it (court) should not step in to make seeking of ...
 The Echo Of India3 hours ago Parliament did nothing to curb religion's misuse in polls: SC  ProKerala.com1 day ago

Of Religion and Politics

Most secular states and advanced democracies of the world have clearly indicated that the use of religion for electoral gains cannot be countenanced. Obviously, there was a need to ensure this in the world's largest democracy which also makes a ...
 SentinelAssam.com4 hours ago Supreme Court won't let religion enter secular arena of elections: CJI Thakur  Economic Times1 day ago
DNA India

Supreme Court Says Religion Should Be Separated From Political Process

2016-10-21 15:23 2016-10-21 17:44 Source:thewire | Image Courtesy: independent | aqusagtechnologi The Supreme Court on Thursday court took a dig at the parliament saying that it has done nothing to ensure that religion is not misused during ...
 The Logical Indian15 hours ago Supreme Court Asks Should Religion Sentiments Be Used To Gain Vote  The Logical Indian16 hours ago Supreme Court warns against seeking votes in the name of religion  International Business Times India1 day ago Keep religion off elections, mixing both violates representation of people act: SC  DNA India1 day ago
DNA India

SC revisits Hindutva judgement; questions use of national flag, emblem to garner votes

New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday asked whether anyone can raise the issue of deaths along the border and seek votes for a particular party.The question was among several raised during a day-long hearing to revisit its two-decade-old ...
 Siasat Daily21 hours ago Votes-for-border-deaths question  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago Can anyone seek votes by raising deaths along border, asks SC while hearing 'Hindutva' judgement  News24online1 day ago Nobody can be allowed to use national symbols to garner votes in elections: SC  DNA India1 day ago
HK - Lawyer

29th LAWASIA Conference: Golden Jubilee Conference

President Thomas So led a delegation to attend the 29th LAWASIA Golden Jubilee Conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka from 12 to 15 August under the theme 50 Years of Supporting the Rule of Law.Over 500 delegates from the global legal community attended. ...
 HK - Lawyer1 week ago
The Hindu

State govt. stand on centralised counselling leaves students in limbo

Battle between deemed universities, Maharashtra government over right to counselsuccessful NEET candidates awaits Supreme Court decision The fate of thousands of medical students who cleared NEET is in the hands of the Supreme Court, with the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Bar Association of India elects Silf's Lalit Bhasin as president

The Bar Association of India (BAOI) has elected Society of Indian LawFirms (Silf) president Dr Lalit Bhasin as its president, according to apress release from the bar body. Bhasin, who was previously general secretary for 20 years between 1991 ...
 Legally India1 month ago

SC to decide if cos can slap defamation cases

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday decided to examine the legal question of whether a corporate entity could initiate a criminal defamation case against an individual, which was allegedly being used by companies to crush legitimate criticism ...
 Economic Times1 month ago SC to examine if corporate bodies can initiate criminal defamation proceedings  Livemint.com1 month ago

SC pulls up K'taka over fresh survey of mining area

The Supreme Court has pulled up the Karnataka government for conducting a fresh survey disregarding its 2013 order for shifting the boundary of a private lessee of iron ore mining. A three-judge bench presided over by Justice Ranjan Gogoi on Monday ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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