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HC dismisses SIT's plea for stay on bail to Maya Kodnani

HC dismisses SIT's plea for stay on bail to Maya Kodnani

31 Jul 2014

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat High Court on Thursday dismissed the plea of the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigating Team (SIT) to grant a stay on its order granting bail to former minister Maya Kodnani in the 2002 Naroda Patiya riots case.

High Court,   SIT,   plea,   bail,   Maya Kodnani,   Naroda Patiya riots case,   Gujarat riots,  
Lionel Messi could face jail term for alleged tax evasion

Lionel Messi could face jail term for alleged tax evasion

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: One of world’s all time best footballer Lionel Messi could face a jail term of up to six years due to his inadvertent involvement in a tax evasion case in Spain.

Lionel Messi,   jail term,   tax evasion,   Spanish court,   Barcelona,   shell companies,   Forbe's magazine,   highest-paid,   Ballon d'Or,  
Stop e-rickshaws: HC to Delhi government

Stop e-rickshaws: HC to Delhi government

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the ruling dispensation in the national capital to stop e-rickshaws from plying on the roads of the city ‘as of now’.

Delhi High Court,   e-rickshaws,   Nitin Gadkari,   AAP,   Arvind Kejriwal,   ,  
Supreme <strong>Court</strong> appoints one-member commission to inquire into 2006 Meerut fire tragedy

Supreme Court appoints one-member commission to inquire into 2006 Meerut fire tragedy

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday appointed a one-member commission headed by its former judge SB Sinha to inquire into the ghastly 2006 Meerut fire tragedy, which claimed the lives of around 60 innocents.

Supreme Court,   one-member commission,   SK Sinha,  2006 Meerut fire tragedy,   interim compensation,   Uttar Pradesh government,  
Ten years on, WCL Medical Superitendent convicted in graft case

Ten years on, WCL Medical Superitendent convicted in graft case

31 Jul 2014

Nagpur: A Medical Superintendent of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) has been convicted by a CBI court in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 3,000 from an employee in 2004.

Western Coalfields Limited,   WCL,   CBI court,   CBI,   Prevention of Corruption Act,   1988 ,  
Microsoft challenging US on overseas data

Microsoft challenging US on overseas data

31 Jul 2014

New York: In a case closely watched by the tech sector, Microsoft will challenge on Wednesday a US court order requiring it to give prosecutors electronic mail content associated with an overseas server.

Microsoft,   US,   overseas data,   US court,   US surveillance,   Apple ,  
HC rejects PIL on CBSE 'Sanskrit week' celebration circular

HC rejects PIL on CBSE 'Sanskrit week' celebration circular

31 Jul 2014

Chennai: Madras High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition seeking to declare a CBSE circular to observe 'Sanskrit week' as unconstitutional, null and void.

Madras High Court,   HC rejects PIL,   CBSE,   Sanskrit week celebration,   circular ,  
Noida twin tower case: SC asks builder to return money to buyers

Noida twin tower case: SC asks builder to return money to buyers

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In a landmark judgement, the Supreme Court on Wednesday gave blow to real estate developer Supertech, which had built the twin towers at Emerald court in Noida, to return money to all the buyers who had asked for refund.

Supertech,   Noida twin towers,   Emerald Court,   Supreme Court,   Allahabad High Court,  
UPSC protest on, government advises protesters to stay calm

UPSC protest on, government advises protesters to stay calm

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: UPSC aspirants on Tuesday continued their protest here demanding scrapping of Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) from the entrance examination. The government, however, advised them to maintain calm.

UPSC aspirants,   Civil Services Aptitude Test,   CSAT,   Union Public Service Commission,   UPSC,   CSAT-II paper,  
SC complex 'choking' with vehicles, Centre directed to find solution

SC complex 'choking' with vehicles, Centre directed to find solution

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Parking woes have hit the Supreme Court which on Wednesday asked the Centre to find a solution to the problem, saying its premises were "choked" with heavy traffic.

Indian Council of Legal Aid and Advice,   PIL,   Supreme Court,   RM Lodha,   parking woe,  

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