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Meet new SC judge Uday Lalit: Amit Shah's lawyer, CBI prosecutor in 2G case

Jul 12, 2014

Meet new SC judge Uday Lalit: Amit Shah's lawyer, CBI prosecutor in 2G case

Senior advocate Uday U Lalit, who famously represented Amit Shah in the Tulsi Prajapati encounter case, has now been appointed as a judge in the Supreme Court. #Supreme Court #Gopal Subramanian #Uday lalit #Amit Shah's lawyer Uday Lalit #Tulsi Prajapati sake encounter case #Supreme Court of India judge
SC dismisses PIL challenging special status to J&K

Jul 11, 2014

SC dismisses PIL challenging special status to J&K

A bench headed by Chief Justice RM Lodha refused to entertain the PIL which alleged that Article 370 was a temporary provision which was valid only till constituent Assembly ratified the accession of Jammu and Kashmir. #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #PIL #Article 370
SC restrains states from giving remission to convicts serving life sentence

Jul 09, 2014

SC restrains states from giving remission to convicts serving life sentence

The Supreme Court today restrained all states from exercising power of remission for releasing convicts from jail who are serving life sentence and sought their response whether the Centre's nod was needed for the purpose in cases prosecuted by central agencies like CBI. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Life sentence #power of remission
SC issues notice to Salman Khan in black buck hunting case

Jul 09, 2014

SC issues notice to Salman Khan in black buck hunting case

The Supreme court on Wednesday issued notice to Bollywood actor Salman Khan on a plea by the Rajasthan government challenging a High Court decision which had stayed his conviction in a black buck hunting case. #Bollywood #Salman Khan #India #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Crime #Sonali Bendre #Saf Ali Khan #Ghoda Farm #Chinkaras #Bhawad #UK Embassy
Gulbarg case: Court orders SIT to produce documents within 15 days

Jul 09, 2014

Gulbarg case: Court orders SIT to produce documents within 15 days

A special court hearing the 2002 Gulbarg society massacre case in Ahmedabad on Tuesday ordered the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigating Team to produce within 15 days all documents related to its final report on Zakia Jafri's complaint against Narendra Modi and others. #India #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #SIT #Gulbarg Society #Zakia Jafri
Gulbarg massacre: Court asks SIT to produce all documents in 15 days

Jul 08, 2014

Gulbarg massacre: Court asks SIT to produce all documents in 15 days

A special court hearing the 2002 Gulbarg society massacre case here today ordered the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigating Team to produce within 15 days all documents related to its final report on Zakia Jafri's complaint against Narendra Modi and others. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #SIT #Gulbarg Society #Zakia Jafri #Gulbarg Massacre
Fatwa ruling: Why the uniform civil code debate is nonsensical

Jul 08, 2014

Fatwa ruling: Why the uniform civil code debate is nonsensical

If the rulings of the shariats have no legal sanction, this applies to the rulings of khap panchayats too. For that matter, it applies to community judicial bodies of all religions in the country. #Khap panchayats #Supreme Court #Fatwa ruling #shariats #Uniforms civil code
Law intern, who levelled charges against former SC judge, yet to depose

Jul 07, 2014

Law intern, who levelled charges against former SC judge, yet to depose

The law intern, who levelled allegations against former Supreme Court Judge AK Ganguly of "unwelcome behaviour", has not joined the investigation despite repeated requests by the Delhi Police. #India #BJP #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Delhi Police #Crime #Subramaniam Swamy #AK Ganguly
Shariat courts run by Muslim clerics, fatwas have no legal sanction, rules SC

Jul 07, 2014

Shariat courts run by Muslim clerics, fatwas have no legal sanction, rules SC

Shariat courts run by Muslim clerics have no legal sanction and their decisions are not binding, the Supreme Court ruled today restraining fora like 'Dar-ul-Qazas' from giving verdicts or issuing 'fatwas' against a person who has not asked for it. #India #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Muslim Clerics #Shariat courts #Fatwas illegal
Is motor vehicle law applicable to e-rickshaws? SC asks Centre

Jul 07, 2014

Is motor vehicle law applicable to e-rickshaws? SC asks Centre

The controversy relating to the plying of battery operated e-rickshaws on Monday reached the Supreme Court which wanted to know from the Centre whether the law regulating motor vehicles was applicable to this mode of transport. #India #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Transport #e-rickshaws #Motor Vehicle Act
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