Congress backs states’ right to not implement CAA till Supreme Court decides
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi said states have specific rights under Article 131 of the Constitution to challenge the constitutional validity of any central Act. The clarification came after Sibal’s comment led to some discomfort in the opposition camp given that Kerala and Punjab have passed resolutions against CAA.
Supreme Court forms committee to draft mediation law, will send to government
The panel, to be headed by mediator Niranjan Bhat, will recomme...
Have to follow CAA until Supreme Court intervenes: Congress' Salman Khurshid
While speaking to ANI, on Kapil Sibal's statement in CAA “Consti...
CAA suit in Supreme Court: Kerala Governor seeks report from state government
The Governor has been at loggerheads with the government ever since the state assembly passed a resolution last month, seeking to scrap the new law. Khan had also publicly expressed his displeasure over the government not informing him moving moving the Supreme Court against the CAA.
Nirbhaya case: Supreme Court to hear juvenile plea on January 20
The convict has sought a direction restraining the authorities from executing the death penalty, which has been scheduled for February 1. He has challenged the high court’s December 19 order by which it also deprecated the conduct of his advocate for filing forged documents and not appearing in the court.
CAA petition in SC: Kerala Guv Arif Mohammed Khan seeks report from state govt
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan has sought a report from the state government for moving the Supreme Court against the Citizenship Amendm...
View: US shows that states can defy citizenship laws
BJP should re-think its strategy. Modi should publicly contradict Home Minister Shah’s pledge to force a NRC.
JPMorgan says no notice from Supreme Court on Amrapali real estate case
A local newspaper the daily Business Standard, had reported on Monday citing the news agency PTI, that the court had directed the seizure of local assets of the bank in relation to some transactions between the bank and now-defunct real estate company Amrapali Group.
What Supreme Court’s decision could mean for telcos
If the verdict doesn’t go in telcos’ favour, they will have to pay Rs 1.47 lakh crore of licence fees (over Rs 92,000 crore), spectrum usage charge (SUC), interest and penalties by January 23. Vodafone Idea and Airtel will be the worst hit, with dues of over Rs 53,000 crore and Rs 35,500 crore, respectively.
Supreme Court stay in hand, Tata Sons to hold board meet shortly
The board is likely to discuss legal implications and impact of NCLAT order.
Nibhaya case: Death-row convict claims he was juvenile, SC to hear plea
The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear on January 20 a Special Leave Petition (SLP) filed by one of the death-row convicts in the Nirbhaya r...
Prepaid mobile connections restored in Jammu and Kashmir
Internet service providers have been asked to provide fixed line Internet connectivity in all the 10 districts of Jammu region and two districts, Kupwara and Bandipora, in North Kashmir. Rohit Kansal, the principal secretary to the administration of Jammu and Kashmir said the order will come into effect from Saturday.
Supreme Court forms committee to auction Amrapali properties
The court noted that the committee will see properties should be sold first, which includes identifying the market value, as funds are primary to complete the unfinished projects.
Vodafone Idea may seek more time from Supreme Court to pay dues
The telco had filed a review petition, hoping for a reduction in penalties, which account for 75% of the dues.
SC agrees to hear pleas against land acquisition process for bullet train project
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to examine a batch of pleas filed by farmers against the Gujarat High Court verdict which had dismissed their petitions challenging the process of land acquisition for the ambitious Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project.
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