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SC for stringent measures against armymen caught selling weapons

Supreme Court A large number of army officials found guilty of illegally selling arms are in trouble with the Supreme Court asking the Defence Ministry on Tuesday why departmental action cannot be initiated against them for "misconduct" and ... India Today, 19 hours ago

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Illegal arms: SC questions Centre over Army officers' misconduct

New Delhi, Sept 17 - The Supreme Court has questioned the Centre over why the departmental action cannot be initiated for the misconduct against the top ranking Army officers, who have pleaded guilty and were let off with minor punishment for their ...
 Topnews.in19 hours ago Centre rules out arms sale retrial  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago Illegal arms SC questions Centre over Army officers misconduct  Big News Network18 hours ago

SC for Action against 'Erring' Armymen

NEW DELHI: Expressing concern over the increasing cases of illegal sale of arms by Army officers, the Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre as to why departmental action should not be initiated for such misconduct. Why can't we initiate ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Why Army officers above the law: SC  The Statesman1 day ago Illegal Arms: Supreme Court calls for action for misconduct against Indian Army  DNA India1 day ago Illegal Arms:SC calls for action for misconduct against Army  Press Trust of India1 day ago

Apex court-appointed panel should look into all illegalities in mining: NGO

Delhi-based NGO, Common Cause, will press the Supreme Court to see that the Central Empowered Committee (CEC), which is examining the illegal iron ore mining in Odisha, looks at all illegalities by mining companies and not merely environmental ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago Illegal mining: Odisha provides information to panel  Hindu Business Line3 days ago

Corporate affairs ministry indicts Saradha for serious legal violations

KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress's plan to hit the roads from September 19-22 to protest the Supreme Court-mandated CBI probe in the Saradha scam got a jolt on Monday when the Centre made public a fraud investigation report, pointing out that the ...
 Times of India1 day ago Supreme Court tells CBI chief: Respond, it’s serious  Asian Age1 week ago Court urged to keep CBI director out of 2G scam probe  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Won't let Army officers guilty of gunrunning get away easily, Supreme Court says

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it was its duty to protect the institutional integrity of Indian Army and not permit a few officers found guilty of illegally selling non-service weapons to arms dealers and civilians to get away with ...
 Times of India1 day ago Won’t let Army officers guilty of gunrunning get away easily, Supreme Court says  Economic Times19 hours ago Illegal sale of weapons: Supreme Court pulls up Army for letting off officers lightly  Economic Times3 weeks ago Illegal sale of weapons: SC pulls up Army for letting off officers lightly  Times of India3 weeks ago

Supreme Court allows Reliance Power to return land for Dadri plant

Reliance Power has been allowed to return around 956 acre of land acquired by UP govt for letting the company set up its gas-fired power plant in Dadri. Summary The land has been mired in legal wrangles, with HC quashing a state move to acquire ...
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Coal block allocations: Vital issues, questions still remain

The Supreme Court of India has declared illegal all coal block allocations made in the last 17 years during the tenure of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and other Governments. The Supreme ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 days ago Coal scam: Supreme Court not keen on more exemptions  Economic Times1 week ago SC reserves verdict on coal blocks  Deccan Herald1 week ago Anatomy of a scam: Why Supreme Court verdict on coal allocation makes us rethink our natural resource policy  DNA India1 week ago
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Sick Italian marine allowed home for treatment

5:27pm IST NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Friday granted permission for an ailing Italian marine facing murder charges to return home for four months for medical treatment. Massimiliano Lattore, who suffered a stroke in August, ...
 Reuters India4 days ago Apex court lets marine visit Italy for treatment  Times of Oman5 days ago Supreme Court allows Italian marine to go home for treatment  Hindustan Times5 days ago Indian court allows detained Italian marine to go home  The Sun Daily5 days ago
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Protraction should end

Poll or Government? Delhi suspense can't go on With the Supreme Court giving four more weeks to resolve the issue of Government formation in Delhi, the Union Government must take a firm call and not allow the matter to drag on any further. Enough ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Time for fresh elections in Delhi  Asian Age1 week ago Supreme Court seeks Centre's reply on government formation in Delhi on October 10  DNA India1 week ago Supreme Court gives govt a month to end Delhi stalemate  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago
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