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Cairn India's Rajasthan oilfield contract can be renegotiated ...

(Follow @GasOilGuru on Twitter for important updates) Mr Ranjit Kumar, Solicitor General, India's 2nd-highest law officer, is understood to have opined that Cairn India's contract for the Rajasthan oilfield can be extended for any period up to five ... Steel Guru, 1 week ago

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Creation of five posts of Additional Solicitors General of India in the High Courts of Punjab & Haryana, Patna, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Gujarat

Creation of five posts of Additional Solicitors General of India in the High Courts of Punjab & Haryana, Patna, Jharkhand, Karnataka
 Noodls1 week ago Cabinet nod to five additional solicitors …  Yahoo! India1 week ago Union Cabinet nod for Additional Solicitors General of India post in Gujarat High Court  DeshGujarat1 week ago Gov creates 5 new ASG posts in 5 HCs to strengthen its lit machinery  Legally India1 week ago

Solicitor General wants to argue for black money SIT, SC says where's the OK?

A new controversy may be brewing for the NDA government as the Solicitor General of India on Wednesday sought to argue on behalf of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) in the Supreme Court in the black money case, amid allegation of conflict of ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago HC notice to Law Ministry on PIL on bequeathing of property  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Private practice versus government service  Financial Express4 weeks ago Don't take up private cases, govt tells law officers  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Black money: Row over Solicitor General representing SIT in Supreme Court

The SC is of the view that the Centre has not been sincere in revealing names of persons who hold black money in foreign bank accounts. The Supreme Court was in for a surprise when Modi government's Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar announced that he ...
 India Today2 weeks ago Govt to submit list of black money holders under sealed cover to SC: Pinky Anand  International Business Times India1 month ago India's Supreme Court slams government over non-disclosure of blackmoney account holders  Gulf News1 month ago Black Takes Game?  Outlook India1 month ago
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Only PSUs fit to sell LPG produced in India: Centre

Ranjit Kumar, Solicitor General of India (SGI), the nation's second highest law offer, has upheld oil ministry view that sale of LPG by domestic producers to anyone other than state-owned oil marketing companies (OMCs) is not permissible under LPG ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago Domestic LPG can't be sold in open market  Livemint.com1 month ago Setback to non-state marketeers: Domestic LPG cannot be sold  Jagran Post1 month ago Non-state marketeers cannot sell domestic LPG  Business Standard India1 month ago

Mehta appointed as new ASGI

Senior advocate of Allahabad High Court Ashok Mehta has been appointed as Solicitor General of India (ASGI) at Allahabad High Court. He will represent the Government of India in court proceedings of the Allahabad High Court. A notification issued by ...
 Times of India1 month ago Adv Sindhu Sharma appointed ASGI  Daily Excelsior.com4 weeks ago

#id5428.prefinit .imgmask{background-image:url("");width:205px;height:146px;}LI asks BCI chairman MK Mishra why he's trying to hide BCI minutes: Listen to his respons

BCI: Needs more sunshine & transparencyDuring the tenure of ex-BCI chairman and solicitor general Gopal Subramanium, the BCI published the minutes of its meetings on its website, during a time it painstakingly managed to reduce the number of ...
 Legally India3 days ago 5 ideas that are radical (but shouldn't be) to save our legal profession, education & the BCI  Legally India1 month ago #id5318.prefinit .imgmask{background-image:url("");width:200px;height:143px;}DSK likes Pune better than expected: Moves to double-size office there on back of booming corporate work  Legally India1 month ago

Additional Solicitor General resigns citing personal reasons

Additional Solicitor General L Nageshwar Rao resigned from his post on Monday citing some personal reasons. However, Rao has been asked to continue as the Additional Solicitor General till further arrangements are made. He will, therefore, continue to retain ...
 Zee News5 days ago ASG L Nageswara Rao resigns due to personal reasons, to restart private practice from January 2015New  Bar & Bench5 days ago

Board backs Srinivasan

press trust of india Chennai, 18 November The BCCI today decided to hold its much-delayed Annual General Meeting on 17 December even as it stood firmly behind embattled President-in-exile N Srinivasan after he was cleared of IPL fixing charges ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Srinivasan to SC: If elected BCCI president, will stay away from all IPL matters​  ZeeNews.com1 week ago BCCI backs Srinivasan, AGM on December 17  Deccan Herald1 month ago Srinivasan indicted for not acting against a player  Business Standard India1 month ago

Krishna Iyer raised courts stature: Subramanium

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Leader of the Opposition V.S. Achuthanandan greets former Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium at a function in Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday. Photo: C. Ratheesh Kumar Justice, as enshrined in the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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