Ravi Gandhi in his around 12-year stint in the firm has represented Bharti Airtel in several important cases which includes interconnection usage charges, various mergers and acquisitions, increasing foreign direct investment limit in the company to 100 percent, etc.
Bharti Airtel faces the highest liability of around Rs 42,000 crore after including licence fees and spectrum usage charges, while Vodafone-Idea may have to pay about Rs 40,000 crore
Pathanamthitta Magistrate Court extends prohibitory orders in Sabarimala temple till 22 December midnight
Pathanamthitta Magistrate Court has extended the prohibitory orders in Sabarimala Temple till the midnight of December 22. The decision has been taken based on reports by the District Police Chief and Executive magistrates in Pamba and Sannidhanam.
Frequent shutdowns over Sabarimala verdict despite judicial intervention fuel debate on hartal culture in Kerala
Protest against the strike that brings life to a standstill started brewing in Kerala after BJP called a flash statewide hartal on 17 November at 2 am to protest the arrest of K P Sasikala – leader of the Hindu Aikya Vedi, a constituent of Sangh Parivar – on her way to the hill shrine.
SC's Sabarimala, Ayodhya, triple talaq verdicts: 'Essential part of religion' under Article 25 must adhere to doctrines of that religion
The absence of publicly available information on whether a mosque forms an essential part of Islam highlights that perhaps in Ismail Faruqui too, the Supreme Court did not engage adequately with this issue, prompting Justice Nazeer to dissent from the majority opinion in the instant case.
CPI leader D Raja says some parties trying to gain political advantage from Ayodhya issue ahead of 2019 polls
The Supreme Court Thursday declined to refer to a five-judge constitution bench the issue of reconsideration of the observations in its 1994 judgment that a mosque was not integral to Islam which had arisen during the hearing of the Ayodhya land dispute.
Ayodhya has religious significance for Hindus and not Muslims, says Uma Bharti on Supreme Court verdict
Bharti is one of the BJP leaders facing charges of criminal conspiracy in the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition in Ayodhya.
VHP working president Alok Kumar said, "I am satisfied that this impediment has been defeated. The way is now clear for the hearing of Ram Janmabhoomi appeals."
SC refuses to refer Ayodhya case to larger bench, says 1994 ruling doesn't apply; next hearing on 29 October
In what is bein looked upon as a major step towards early resolution of century-old Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute, the Supreme Court on Thursday declined to refer to a five-judge constitution bench a plea relating to the matter.
Supreme Court LIVE updates: The Supreme Court also seems to have placed an undue trust in the political class by expecting that legislature will enthusiastically respond to its direction of 'considering the possibility of legislating on this subject'.
Cauvery verdict: In politically charged Tamil Nadu, SC order a setback for farmers, EPS and AIADMK as well
The SC verdict on Cauvery river water dispute will strengthen Siddaramaiah's position as a champion of Kannadiga interests in while it brings criticism for Tamil Nadu CM E Palaniswamy
The Aam Aadmi Party said Congress and BJP top leaderships should issue diktats making it clear that no one from its ranks should run for positions in sports bodies.
The Mumbai Cricket Association, headed by president Sharad Pawar, on Sunday approved the Supreme Court verdict on sweeping reforms in the Cricket Board (BCCI) and its affiliates in toto and set into motion the process to redraw its constitution to align with the judgement.
The Supreme Court has junked the SBI's collateral against loans to sugar mills on the ground that they collateral should be used to pay cane growers first. This will set a bad precedent on loan collateral
The apex court, however, said that Parliament is free to amend law if it does not agree with interpretation of law given by the Supreme Court.
Why are people in small towns willing to hand over their money to Sahara? The answer lies in the failure of the RBI to get banks to the doorsteps of the poor