SC to hear in open court plea of Fadnavis seeking review of verdict asking him to face trial
"Application seeking oral hearing of review petitions in open court is/are allowed.List review petitions before the court," a bench of justices Arun Mishra, Deepak Gupta and Aniruddha Bose said in its Thursday's order.
Tata-Mistry: SC stays NCLAT order dismissing RoC plea seeking modification of verdict
A bench comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices...
AGR payment: Telecom companies to wait for SC decision
Vodafone Idea informs DoT it won't make part payment today, Airtel may follow suit.
SC verdict on Belgaum dispute will be acceptable to all: Raut
A day after a Maharashtra minister was detained in Belgaum in neighbouring Karnataka, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Saturday said the Supreme Court's verdict on the dispute between the two states over the region would be acceptable to all.
Centre seeks urgent hearing in SC on plea for fixing 7-day deadline for executing death penalty
The Centre mentioned for urgent hearing in the Supreme Court its plea seeking fixing of a 7-day deadline for execution of death penalty after the issuance of black warrant saying the condemned prisoners take "judicial process for a ride".
Death penalty is not open ended that can be challenged all the time by condemned prisoners: SC
Observing that the "finality" of death sentence is extremely important, the Supreme Court on Thursday said condemned prisoners should not be under the impression that the death penalty remains "open ended" and can be challenged all the time by them.
SC refuses to stay Allahabad HC verdict annulling election of SP MP Azam Khan's son as UP MLA
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde issued notice and sought response from the Election Commission and defeated BSP candidate Nawaz Ali Khan, who had challenged Mohammad Abdullah Azam Khan's election from Suar Assembly constituency in Rampur.
SC agrees to hear telecos plea seeking time to pay AGR dues
DoT may be open to negotiations if telcos pay part of their dues by Thursday.
Telecom companies seek modification in AGR ruling, move SC
The ‘modification’ applications were filed on Monday after the Supreme Court last week rejected the pleas of the three phone companies to review the October 24 verdict that widened the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR).
Huge blow to telecom cos: SC hangs up on telcos’ AGR review petitions
Voda Idea & Airtel may file curative petitions, seek more time to pay combined Rs 89,000 cr dues
SC dismisses convict's plea for review of death penalty in Nirbhaya case
With this verdict on the plea by Akshay Kumar Singh, the review petitions of all the four death row convicts in the case stand dismissed by the top court. The convicts are yet to file curative petition in the apex court that is the last legal recourse available to a person and it is generally considered in-chamber.
Rajiv Gandhi assassination: SC asks TN to inform if decision taken on convict's mercy plea
The apex court also pulled up the Centre for filing a similar status report on a probe done by a CBI-led Multi Disciplinary Monitoring Agency (MDMA) into unravelling a larger conspiracy behind the killing of the former prime minister.
View: SC verdict on internet shutdown in Kashmir rightly demands the restoration of ‘reasonableness’
The Supreme Court’s verdict that the Internet is a part of Article 19 – key to providing India’s citizenry with the ‘basic freedoms’ that include the freedom of expression – finally calls a spade a spade, and has demanded that Internet service be restored in Kashmir for all essential services.
Bharti Airtel , Vodafone Idea and Tata Teleservices to file plea in SC today for time to pay AGR dues
Vodafone Idea, along with some 14 telcos, need to pay about Rs1.47 lakh crore to the telecom department by a Supreme Court (SC)-mandated deadline of January 23.
No open-court hearing on AGR: Supreme Court
The two telcos - hit most by the AGR verdict wherein Airtel has to pay over Rs 35,500 crore and Vodafone Idea has to put in over Rs 53,000 crore - need to pay up by January 23. Both have issued warning bells that without sufficient government or judicial relief, they may go kaput. The telcos reportedly brought up the urgency of the matter before SC.
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