The apex court bench of K.S. Radhakrishnan and Vikramajit Sen observed that a detailed hearing was required on the subject and that the possibility of allowing absentee ballot for resident Big News Network, 5 days ago
No absentee vote for diaspora this time - The Gulf Today, 5 days ago
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Says such a scrutiny is crucial to ensure govt gets "legitimate share" for allowing private telecom firm to use valuable natural resources BS Reporters | New Delhi April 17, 2014 Last Updated at 18:48 IST The Supreme Court (SC), on Thursday, held ...Business Standard India, 2 hours ago SC upholds CAG's powers to audit accounts of private telcos Domain-B, 2 hours ago After telecom companies, PPP players could face CAG audit Business Standard India, 2 hours ago CAG Audit of Telecom Firms Upheld India-West, 4 hours ago
In what could be termed a ray of hope for Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) pensioners, the High Court of Karnataka has asked the board to reconsider its decision on paying medical benefits to its former employees. Hearing a petition by BWSSB ...Deccan Herald, 16 hours ago
The Supreme Court on Tuesday extended by 3 months the four-month deadline for wrapping up the trial in the alleged tax evasion case involving Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in view of ongoing general elections. However, the apex court ...New Indian Express, 1 day ago 3 more months granted to wrap up Jayalalithaa IT case trial The Hindu, 2 days ago Jaya I-T Case: SC Grants Three Months to Wrap Up Trial Outlook India, 2 days ago SC grants 3 more months for wrapping up trial in Jaya`s IT case ZeeNews.com, 2 days ago
Rape is a reprehensible act and every perpetrator of the crime should be punished severely and strictly but only after the accuseds guilt has been proved beyond doubt, the Supreme Court has said as it set aside the conviction of a man for rape. "Rape is ...Deccan Herald, 3 days ago Rapist should face severe, ... Siasat Daily, 3 days ago Rapist should face severe, strict punishment but only after guilt proved: SC ProKerala.com, 3 days ago Rapist should face severe strict punishment but only after guilt proved SC Bombay News.Net, 2 days ago
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Muscat: Registered non-resident Indians (NRIs) will have to wait till the next elections to cast their votes from foreign locations, as the Supreme Court has agreed with the opinion of the Election Commission that it faced statutory and logistical ...Times of Oman, 4 days ago Court accepts EC views, delays voting rights to registered NRIs Oman Tribune, 5 days ago NRI voters will have to wait for future polls Qatar Peninsula, 5 days ago Registered NRI voters overseas will have to wait for future elections ProKerala.com, 6 days ago
The Supreme Court on Friday made it clear that giving voting rights to NRIs in this ongoing election may open a pandora's box, but said it will set the rules this time. Taking note of the submissions of the Election Commission that grant of ...New Indian Express, 5 days ago SC blow to NRIs on-line voting The Echo Of India, 5 days ago NRI voting: Any relief now will open pandora box, says SC Business Standard India, 6 days ago NRI Voting Via Internet Now May Open Pandora's Box: SC Outlook India, 6 days ago
TRIVANDRUM: India's elections authority has assured the country's highest court to explore possibility of introducing online voting facility for its diaspora during the ongoing elections, a lawyer said on Monday. The assurance came before the ...The Gulf Today, 1 week ago India's diaspora may get online ballot Arab News, 1 week ago
The Supreme Court has sought the response of the Central government and the Election Commission of India (EC) in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Dr. Shamsheer (Petitioner) praying for the right of external voting for Non Resident Indians ...Bar & Bench, 2 weeks ago Indian Supreme Court notice on facilitating voting rights for NRIs Khaleej Times, 2 weeks ago SC issues notice to EC, Govt on voting rights for NRIs Manorama Online, 2 weeks ago SC notice on facilitating v... Siasat Daily, 2 weeks ago
The Supreme Court (SC) has ruled that an accused cannot use intoxication as a defence to escape criminal charges. A division bench of Justice KS Radhakrishnan and Justice Vikramajit Sen observed: At times, it [intoxication] can be considered a ...DNA India, 2 weeks ago Drunk defence won't hold in criminal cases: Supreme Court The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
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