The Delhi government has decided to appoint senior advocates Gopal Subramanium and Dayan Krishnan to represent the government in Supreme Court in the 2002 Nitish Katara murder case. A senior government official said the decision was taken after ... Asian Age, 2 months ago
The Aadhaar card scheme, Gujarat has argued, is a fool-proof method for the government to identify the actual beneficiaries of social benefit schemes and not get duped into spending taxpayers money on fraudsters. With the Supreme Court allowing ...Financial Express, 1 week ago Govt links Aadhaar to rights of poor; galaxy of top lawyers to represent it in case Financial Express, 1 week ago SC makes Aadhaar card optional for welfare schemes, ... Firstpost.com, 2 months ago Aadhar card not mandatory for availing benefits: SC Financial Express, 2 months ago
New Delhi : The Delhi high court on Thursday allowed Greenpeace India Society to withdraw its plea challenging the suspension of its registration under the Foreign Contributions Regulations Act (FCRA) and subsequent freezing of its bank accounts. ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
The colonial-era building with a red sandstone dome on Delhi's Bhagwan Dass Road is home to an elite class of lawyers who are likely to be the most expensive in the world: they are typically paid between Rs. 5 lakh and Rs. 15 lakh per hearing. ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Tuesday referred to a Constitution Bench a batch of petitions challenging the Centre's ambitious scheme to provide Aadhar card to all citizens and decide whether right to privacy is a fundamental right. Allowing ...Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago SC refers Aadhar card matter to Constitution Bench Rediff.com, 2 months ago
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday said that prima facie it feels that there is nothing wrong in Parliament passing resolution against former judge Markandey Katju condemning his statements calling Mahatma Gandhi "a British agent" and Subhash ...Times of India, 2 months ago Nothing wrong in Parliament condemning Justice Katju: SC Times of India, 2 months ago
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