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Coal scam case: <strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> stays summon to former PM Manmohan Singh

Coal scam case: Supreme Court stays summon to former PM Manmohan Singh

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In a relief to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the trial court order summoning him as accused in a case pertaining to grant of Talabira-II coal block in Odisha in 2005 to Aditya Birla group company Hindalco.

Coal scam case,   Manmohan Singh,   CBI,   Coal gate,   SC,   Supreme Court,   Kumar manglam birla,   ,  
Enforcement Directorate to file chargesheet in Rose Valley case tomorrow

Enforcement Directorate to file chargesheet in Rose Valley case tomorrow

01 Apr 2015

Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) would file its first chargesheet in the Rose Valley ponzi scam case on Thursday.

Enforcement Directorate,   Rose Valley scam case,   PMLA court,   SEBI complaint,  
Italian <strong>court</strong> rejects wiretap case against ex-PM

Italian court rejects wiretap case against ex-PM

01 Apr 2015

Rome: Italy's Supreme Court dismissed a case against ex-prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, ruling that the statute of limitations expired on the charges of his involvement in the publication of an illegally obtained wiretap.

Italian court,   wiretap case,   Silvio Berlusconi,   Former Italian PM ,  
<strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> issues notice to Advani, others in Babri demolition case

Supreme Court issues notice to Advani, others in Babri demolition case

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought the responses of veteran BJP leaders L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, Union Minister Uma Bharti and 16 others on a fresh plea against a 2010 order of the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court dropping criminal conspiracy charge against them in the Babri mosque demolition case.

Babri mosque demolition case,   Supreme Court,   L K Advani,   BJP leader,   CBI,   Haji Mahboob Ahmad,  
 If governments discharge duties responsibly, PILs won't be needed: SC

If governments discharge duties responsibly, PILs won't be needed: SC

29 Mar 2015

Jodhpur: If governments discharge their duties responsibly, there would not be any need of public interest litigations, a senior judge of the Supreme Court has said.

Supreme Court,   SC,   PILs,   public interest litigations,  
No Indian study to confirm tobacco use causes cancer: Parliamentary <strong>panel</strong> head

No Indian study to confirm tobacco use causes cancer: Parliamentary panel head

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As India is set to defer its April 1 deadline for increasing size of pictoral warnings on tobacco products after pressure from various lobbies, head of a Parliamentary panel today said there was no Indian study to confirm that use of tobacco products leads to cancer.

Tobacco,   Parliamentary panel ,   tobacco products,   Ban of Tobacco,   Chewable Tobacco,   ,  
Section 66 A of IT Act: Most parties welcome SC <strong>decision</strong>; JD(U), Sena disagree

Section 66 A of IT Act: Most parties welcome SC decision; JD(U), Sena disagree

25 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Most parties welcomed the Supreme Court's verdict scrapping a provision that made posting offensive comments online punishable with jail term, with Congress admitting to flaws in the law.

Supreme Court,   Sharad Yadav,   Section 66 A,   Janata Dal United,   Shiv Sena,   freedom of speech,   IT Act,  
<strong>Panel</strong> for extending short-term coal linkages

Panel for extending short-term coal linkages

22 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Short-term coal linkages to end-use plants in sectors such as power, whose coal blocks were cancelled by the Supreme Court, should be further extended to June-end, an inter-ministerial panel has recommended.

Supreme Court,   coal linkages,   coal blocks,   coal block allocation,   ,  
Power reigns <strong>supreme</strong> at 11th World Cup

Power reigns supreme at 11th World Cup

30 Mar 2015

Melbourne: The ICC hailed the 11th cricket World Cup the "most popular ever" and although most neutrals would have preferred New Zealand to win Sunday's final, there is no doubt Australia were worthy of their fifth title.

ICC World Cup,   cricket World Cup,   New Zealand,   Australian cricket team,   CWC2015,  
Chidambaram statement on <strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> order on IT Act sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj

Chidambaram statement on Supreme Court order on IT Act sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Former Law Minister and senior Congress leader Hans Raj Bhardwaj on Thursday termed as "sheer hypocrisy" the statement of his then Cabinet colleague P Chidambaram welcoming the Supreme Court judgement striking down a controversial provision in the IT law.

P Chidambaram,   Hans Raj Bhardwaj,   Supreme Court,   IT Act,   Congress,   Law Ministry,  

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