UK HIGH COURT
RIL, Royal Dutch Shell may not seek extension of Panna-Mukta fields' contracts
Likely to have asked govt not to renew 25-year production-sharing deal beyond December.
HC raps RBI for callous attitude in not filing response to PIL on financial data misuse
It appears that the RBI is negligent in assisting in ...
How FBI trapped top Dawood aide in UK
Pakistani national Jabir Motiwala, who uses the surname Siddiq, is contesting extradition to the US whe...
Sale of Vijay Mallya’s confiscated assets fetches Rs 1,008 crore
PMLA court had rejected UBH plea to stay sale of shares of its previous unit UBL.
Nirav Modi remanded to custody in UK prison until August 22
During a short remand hearing, the judge extended Modi's remand till August 22.
SC Collegium may discuss names of 11 High Court chief justices for 7 elevations
The registry is at present collating data on chief justices and judges of HCs from states ‘unrepresented’ in the Supreme Court.
Vodafone Idea yet to take a call on filing review petition in SC on AGR order
Loss-making Vodafone Idea is among the worst hit by the top court judgement which backed the government’s broader definition of AGR, basis which the telcos pay licence fees and spectrum usage charge to the government.Vodafone Idea has said it also plans to engage with the DoT to urge it to consider granting relief, including a waiver of interest and penalties.
‘Central government just a communicator in judicial appointments’
Nariman told a bench led by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, which is hearing a plea filed by the Gujarat High Court Bar Association against the government dragging its feet on the issue.
UK needs an India reconnect under new PM Boris Johnson
Under Boris Johnson, UK has to articulate a broader strategic vision for its ties with India.
Nirav Modi's remand extended till Sept 19, UK extradition trial expected in May 2020
Modi has been lodged at Wandsworth prison in south-west London since his arrest in March on an extradition warrant executed by Scotland Yard.
Newly-elected UK PM Boris Johnson's biggest controversies
Johnson -- then married to his second wife, with whom he has four children -- had initially dismissed the tabloid allegations of a four-year fling with another woman as "an inverted pyramid of piffle".
HC pings IIT-M professor for report on WhatsApp's traceability
Prof V Kamakoti is assisting in hearing of two petitions that had sought interlinking of the Aadhaar database with social media profiles for authentication.
‘What kind of rethink do you want on Andhra CJ choice?’
File relating to the proposal for appointment of Mr Justice Vikram Nath as chief justice of the Andhra Pradesh High Court has been sent back for reconsideration.
Four new Delhi High Court judges take oath, total strength at 40
Justices Talwant Singh, Rajnish Bhatnagar, Asha Menon and Brijesh Sethi were administered the oath by Delhi High Court Chief Justice Rajendra Menon.
British Sikh group begins legal action over UK census
After what it says is a "disappointing final reply", the group has decided to proceed with its legal action in the UK High Court.
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