Central Vista project: Supreme Court asks Centre to file affidavit on issue related to change in land use
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who is representing the Centre in the court, said that he would file an affidavit within three days
PMC Bank scam: Bombay HC asks RBI what steps were taken to help depositors; next hearing on 19 November
The Bombay High Court on Monday sought to know from the Reserve Bank of India what steps it has taken to protect the interests of depositors of the crisis-hit Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank
CBI gives clean chit to Mulayam Singh, Akhilesh Yadav in disproportionate assets case; files affidavit in Supreme Court
The CBI said in its Supreme Court affidavit said it had closed the disproportionate assets case inquiry against Akhilesh and Mulayam Singh Yadav on 7 August, 2013.
Rahul Gandhi contempt case: Congress chief expresses regret to SC for misattributing 'chowkidar chor hai' remark, doesn't apologise in reply
In his affidavit in the Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi clarified that he did not intend to disrepute the top court by bringing it into the political battle.
Lok Sabha election 2019: What all is included in affidavits filed by candidates before polls? All you need to know
The affidavit should be sworn before an oath commissioner or magistrate of the first class or before a notary public.
Rafale verdict: Centre seeks 'factual correction' in SC judgment, claims court misinterpreted reference to CAG report
The government clarified in the Supreme Court affidavit that in its report to the CAG, the Centre had only cited the procedure followed in the Rafale deal and had not submitted pricing details of the jets.
Flights to Shillong: IndiGo, SpiceJet move Supreme Court challenging Meghalaya HC order on starting ops
Two-judge bench led by Chief Justice Mohammad Yaqoob Mir of the Meghalaya High Court had ordered DGCA, aviation ministry and the airlines to finalise plans to begin flight operations to Shillong.
Nagaland Assembly elections: Over half of all candidates crorepatis, JD(U)'s Ramongo Lotha richest with Rs 38.92 crore, finds report
Fifty nine percent of the candidates for the 27 February Assembly elections are crorepatis with JD(U) nominee Ramongo Lotha being the richest.
The Centre on Thursday clarified that the affidavit on Rohangiya refugees attributed to it is still being worked upon.
Maharashtra govt considering formation of drought monitoring panel, files affidavit before Bombay HC
The Maharashtra government has informed the Bombay High Court that while there is no separate crisis management plan for drought, it was considering to form a committee to assess prevalence of water scarcity
The Delhi High Court has asked a trial court-appointed local commissioner to start recording evidence of former TERI chief RK Pachauri in a suit seeking to restrain media houses from reporting his court cases and seeking damages of Rs one crore from lawyer activist Vrinda Grover and another woman for allegedly defaming him
Rahul Gandhi's sudden activism over the Sahara-Birla diaries over which he promised an earthquake, looked to have come to a premature end after the Supreme Court termed them as "inadmissible" and "loose" on Wednesday
Congress leader and former Home Minister P Chidambaram accused the Modi government on Thursday of creating a "fake controversy" over two affidavits filed in the Ishrat Jahan case and preparing a "doctored" report on the missing files.
Delhi High Court directed Rajpal Yadav to surrender before Tihar Jail by 15 July to serve out the remainder six days of his 10-day imprisonment.
West Bengal has come up with a new trick — getting the newly elected MLAs to sign their loyalties on stamped papers.
Rai has accused Chouhan of summoning him to his residence on 11 August and offering to cancel his transfer if he stopped the campaign against the chief minister and his family.
Under pressure from opposition parties, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has reportedly admitted that the signature on the affidavit backing Lalit Modi is hers.
In their affidavit filed in the court, the bar owners said a substantial revenue of the government is augmented from the taxes, duties, and rentals collected from the Abkari business.
Kerala Government on Tuesday informed the High Court that it was its 'avowed' policy to reduce liquor consumption in the state.