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Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: Supreme Court refers case to larger constitutional bench
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Rajiv Gandhi assassins to stay in jail, case referred to a lar...

CHENNAI:The Supreme Court on Friday referred to a larger constitutional bench the case on releasing those convicted of the murder of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. A bench headed by Chief Justice of India P Sathasivam delivered the judgment at ... Times of India, 14 minutes ago
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Rajiv killing conspirators not to be released for now: SC

The Supreme Court Friday referred to a constitution bench the question whether the government can release a life term convict whose death sentence has been converted into life imprisonment and said that the seven conspirators in Rajiv Gandhi assassination ...
 Prokerala12 minutes ago SC refers sentence remission of Rajiv Gandhi killer convicts to Constitution Bench  Indian Express7 minutes ago
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Rajiv killers to stay in jail, Supreme Court refers case to constitutional bench

Seven convicts linked to the assassination of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi will remain in jail, the Supreme Court ruled today. A Constitution bench will decide on whether they can be granted freedom, and whether the Centre or the Tamil Nadu government ...
 NDTV17 minutes ago Rajiv killers to stay in jail for now SC refers case to constitution bench  Hindustan Times4 minutes ago
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Live: Rajiv Gandhi killers to remain in jail for now

Source : Last Updated: Fri, Apr 25, 2014 10:45 hrs 10.30 am: Rajiv Gandhi killers to remain in jail for now, Supreme Court refers case to constitution bench. 9.30 am: Giriraj Singh granted anticipatory bail BJP leader Giriraj Singh today got some relief as a ...
 Sify17 minutes ago Rajiv Gandhi`s killers to remain in jail for now; SC refers case to Constitution Bench  Zee News16 minutes ago Rajiv Gandhi killers to remain in jail for now SC refers case to constitution bench  Hindustan Times13 minutes ago
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Civil Rights Leaders: Supreme Court Ruling a Step Backward

Objection! The U.S. Supreme Court on April 22 upheld Michigan's ban on affirmative action in higher education by a vote of 6-2. It ruled that a 2006 ballot initiative, titled Proposal 2, which led to a state constitutional ban on race-conscious ...
 BET.com1 day ago Supreme Court backs power of states to ban affirmative action  The Hill2 days ago Govs can't appoint, remove CJ without NJC recommendation Supreme Court (3)  Vanguard1 day ago Supreme Court Backs Affirmative Action Ban in Michigan  XpertHR1 day ago
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Great ideas for changing the Constitution

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, a Gerald Ford appointee who retired in 2010 after almost 35 years on the bench, has released a new book that no doubt will infuriate right wingers, irritate Republican leaders in Congress and pull the ...
 Miami Herald14 hours ago 'Yes': Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Says Marijuana Should Be Legalized  International Business Times2 hours ago John Paul Stevens proposes new constitutional amendments  Jewish World Review1 day ago Book News: Ex-Supreme Court Justice Wants 6 Changes To Constitution  NPR2 days ago
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Judicial Clerkship: Supreme Court constitutes 3 member committee to review its selection processNew

The Supreme Court has constituted a 3 member committee to review its policy of selection of Law Clerks and Research Assistants (LCRA). This development was revealed by the advocate appearing before the Delhi High Court in an appeal relating to ...
 Bar & Bench17 hours ago A body like Lokpal must not be constituted like this  Asian Age1 month ago BJP opposes PM's proposal for Lokpal panel jurist  Rediff.com2 months ago Govt may not select Lokpal's chairperson, members before polls  Deccan Herald1 month ago

SC upholds amendment in UP Lokayukta Act

The Supreme Court today upheld the constitutional validity of amendment in UP Lokayukta Act for fixing eight-year tenure for the anti-corruption ombudsman. A bench headed by Chief Justice P Sathasivam said appointment of Justice N K Mehrotra ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago Supreme Court upholds amendment in UP Lokayukta Act  Economic Times14 hours ago
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41 years of Kesavananda Bharati, the day the SC saved the Constitution

The day when Supreme Court of India passed its judgment in Kesavananda Bharati vs. State of Kerala holding that amending power of the Parliament cannot be used to alter the basic structure or the essential features of the Constitution. Read some of the ...
 IBN Live19 hours ago

Rulings show divide between Constitutional Court, government

The Constitutional Court's recent ruling against the government's Twitter ban and its partial annulment of a recently-enacted judicial law drew praise from European officials, although government officials said they didn't agree with the decisions. ...
 Turkish Weekly13 hours ago Government to engage with Lanka for release of fishermen  Business Line2 months ago
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