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SC rejects CBI plea for cancelling BSY’s bail

In a big relief to former Karnataka CM B.S. Yeddyurappa, the Supreme Court on Monday rejected the CBI plea for cancellation of his anticipatory bail granted by the state high court in a mining-related land allotment case.

SC: Why do you want BSY in jail?

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In a big relief to former Karnataka chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, the Supreme Court on Monday rejected a CBI plea for cancellation of his anticipatory bail granted by the Karnataka High Court in an

Tamil Nadu’s Cauvery plea on August 17

The Supreme Court on Monday deferred the hearing to August 17 on the petition of the Tamil Nadu government seeking to restrain Karnataka from drawing excess water from various reservoirs on Cauvery d

RS accepts notice on bill to amend statute

The Rajya Sabha has accepted a notice on the Constitution Amendment Bill for making changes in Articles 124 and 217 of the Constitution, which deal with the removal of the judges of the Supreme Court and high courts for any misconduct like corruption through impeachment proceedings.

Vrindavan widows: Shocked SC orders dignity in death

Expressing “deep shock” over the bodies of Vrindavan widows being chopped into pieces after death as no funds were available to cremate them, the Supreme Court on Friday directed the Uttar Pradesh government to ensure their last rites were done with dignity according to their religion.

SC tightens noose on tinted glass

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While monitoring the implementation of its order on removal of black films from all vehicles across the country in the wake of such vehicles being used for serious crimes, the Supreme Court on Friday

Widows leave world in gunny bags!

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Expressing “deep shock” over the bodies of Vrindavan widows being chopped into pieces after death as no funds were available to cremate them, the Supreme Court on Friday directed the Uttar Pradesh gov

Nothing wrong in policy: SC

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court hearing the presidential reference on 2G case verdict on Wednesday, for the first time, spoke its mind rather candidly on the 'first come first served' policy

Nothing wrong in policy: SC

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court hearing the presidential reference on 2G case verdict on Wednesday, for the first time, spoke its mind rather candidly on the “first come first served” policy for allocation of natural resources, saying there was nothing “wrong” in the policy as such but it was “distorted” while allocating the 2G licences during the tenure of UPA-I.

SC acquits 3 for lack of evidence

The Supreme Court on Wednesday acquitted three co-accused in the 13-year-old high profile BMW car crash case for lack of evidence but reserved the verdict against main accused Sanjeev Nanda, the grandson of former Naval chief S.M. Nanda on the question of enhancing his sentence.

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