Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a notification giving Lt. Governor of NCT Delhi discretionary power in matters pertaining to services of bureaucrats.
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The Ministry of Home Affairs has invited suggestions for proposed amendments in the Prevention of Damage to Public Property (PDPP) Act, 1984.
Supreme Court of India has dismissed the appeals filed by journalist Rajdeep Sardesai challenging the summons issued to him in a defamation case.
Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence awarded to a couple – Shabnam and Saleem, accused of a cold-blooded murder of the family members of the former by slitting their throats.
Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court has upheld the validity of the National Company Law Tribunal and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
Supreme Court has stayed the 6 May circular of Delhi government anti-media circular allowing Govt to proceed with defamation action against them.
Judgment Explained: Supreme Court bans photos of politicians on Govt ads except for Prez, PM and CJI
SC has banned the use of photographs of politicians in Govt ads except for those of President, Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India, with permission.
NJAC Challenge: Five-Judge Bench to hear on merits and decide; No reference to larger bench for now.
Constitution Bench rejects plea to refer NJAC challenge to a larger bench and shall hear and decide the matter on merits before taking a decision to refer.
A single judge bench of Karnataka High Court has allowed the appeals and acquitted former Chief Minister of Tamilnadu – Jayalalithaa and three other co-accused of all charges in the disproportionate assets case. The judgment was pronounced by Justice C.R...
Supreme Court upholds death penalty for cab driver and friend in 2007 Pune gang-rape and murder case
Supreme Court has confirmed the death sentence given to the cab driver and his friend for rape and vicious murder of a 22-year old woman in Pune in 2007.
Read the Bombay High Court suspending the sentence and granting bail to actor Salman Khan in the 2002 hit-and-run case; Appeal may be heard in July 2015.
Read the Bombay High Court order granting interim bail to Salman Khan in 2002 hit-and-run case.
The MP High Court at Jabalpur has quashed the FIR filed against state Governor Ram Naresh Yadav in connection with the VYAPAM Scam.
Satyam Scam: High Court returns Appeals to Sessions Court holding it was wrong not to assume jurisdiction
Hyderabad High Court has returned the appeals against convictions in the Satyam scam holding that Sessions Court was wrong in not assuming the jurisdiction against order of special court.