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Verma urges SC to hand over sealed envelope to Lodha committee

Verma urges SC to hand over sealed envelope to Lodha committee

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar today filed an application with a plea to Supreme Court to hand over the sealed cover and reports submitted by the Justice Mudgal Committee in the apex court to the Justice Lodha Committee.

Cricket Association of Bihar,   Supreme Court,   Justice Mudgal Committee,   Justice Lodha Committee,   Latest News,  
SC upholds 10-year jail term of OP Chautala, son in teachers' recruitment scam

SC upholds 10-year jail term of OP Chautala, son in teachers' recruitment scam

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today dismissed the plea of former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and others, challenging their conviction and award of 10-year jail term in the teachers' recruitment scam case.

JBT scam,   SC,   O P Chautala,   Supreme Court,   Plea of former Haryana CM,   Chief Minister,   Om Prakash Chautala,   Latest Nation News ,  
<strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> Deputy Registrar quits over judgement on Yakub Memon

Supreme Court Deputy Registrar quits over judgement on Yakub Memon

02 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A Supreme Court Deputy Registrar has resigned attacking the judgement clearing the death penalty for 1993 Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon, saying two decisions within a span of hours are instances of "judicial abdication"  that should count among the "darkest hours" of the apex court.

Supreme Court,   Deputy Registrar of SC,   death penalty for Yakub Memon,   1993 Mumbai blast,   Latest News,  
AIPMT dress code: Minority organisation criticises SC <strong>decision</strong>

AIPMT dress code: Minority organisation criticises SC decision

29 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A minority organisation, which had moved the Supreme Court against CBSE's decision to ban wearing of headscarf and hijab while appearing for AIPMT examination, today criticised the apex court's order refusing to entertain the plea.

Minority,   Supreme Court,   CBSE,   Headscarf,   Hijab,   AIPMT examination,   Apex court,  
Bihar Police to move <strong>court</strong> against Pappu Yadav's bail

Bihar Police to move court against Pappu Yadav's bail

03 Aug 2015

Patna: The Bihar Police today said it will move the Patna High Court to cancel Lok Sabha Member Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav's bail for repeatedly violating the rules and creating law and order problems.

Bihar Police,   Pappu Yadav,   Pappu Yadav bail,   Patna High Court,   Rajesh Ranjan,   Bihar,   latest states news ,  
Government for audio-video recording of <strong>court</strong> proceedings

Government for audio-video recording of court proceedings

26 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Government will press for introduction of audio-video recording of court proceedings before a Supreme Court panel, maintaining that it enhances transparency and discourages witnesses from retracting statements.

Indian Government,   audio video recording of court proceedings,   Supreme Court panel,   Law in India,   Latest News,  
Doctors start abortion procedure on minor rape victim after SC's permission

Doctors start abortion procedure on minor rape victim after SC's permission

31 Jul 2015

Ahmedabad: Doctors today started the medical procedure to abort a 25-week pregnancy of a minor rape victim after Supreme Court intervened in the girl's favour, in what might be a first of its kind case in the Indian medico-legal history.

Doctors,   Medical procedure,   Pregnancy,   Rape victim,   Supreme Court,  
<strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> to hear Yakub Memon's plea today

Supreme Court to hear Yakub Memon's plea today

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear a plea by Mumbai bomb blasts convict Yakub Memon, who has sought a stay on his execution set for July 30.

Yakub Memon,   Supreme Court,   Yakub Memon plea,   Mumbai bomb blasts,   latest India news,  
AFI welcomes CAS <strong>decision</strong> on Dutte, says happy for her

AFI welcomes CAS decision on Dutte, says happy for her

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Athletics Federation of India today welcomed the Court of Arbitration for Sport's ruling which allowed sprinter Dutee Chand to resume her career on an appeal challenging the IAAF's controversial Hyperandrogenism Regulations, saying that it was a happy for sprinter.

Athletics Federation of India,   Court of Arbitration for Sport,   sprinter Dutee Chand,   IAAF,   Hyperandrogenism Regulations,   Latest News,  
Medical experts allow abortion in 14-year-old rape victim's case

Medical experts allow abortion in 14-year-old rape victim's case

30 Jul 2015

Ahmedabad: Following the Supreme Court's directive, a medical team here this evening gave permission for termination of a minor rape victim's 25-week-old pregnancy though the law allows abortion only until the 20th week.

Medical experts,   Abortion of rape victim,   Rape victim,   Supreme Court,   Minor rape,   Pregnancy,   Latest States News ,  

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