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‘Order holds for jailed offenders’

The Supreme Court, in an important verdict on the government’s power of preventive detention, has ruled that such orders can be issued by the law enforcing agencies against a habitual offender or crim

Govt continues to be evasive

The government seems to be carrying on with its “evasive” response on the black money from the Supreme Court to Parliament as a comparative analysis of the Centre’s white paper placed before the Lok S

Teesta allegation motivated: SIT

The SIT that probed the Gujarat riots has found no truth in the allegation that the conspiracy for the 2002 carnage was hatched in two meetings of different Hindu groups in Lunawad and Borwai near God

‘Ex-top cop forged papers to nail Modi’

The R.K. Raghavan-led SIT on Gujarat riots has found that state’s former additional director-general of police R.B.

SIT says police had drawn plan to ‘shift’ Jafri

While Zakia Jafri, the widow of late Congress MP Ehsan Jafri killed at his Gulberg Society residence during post-Godhra carnage, had, in a complaint, accused Gujarat CM Narendra Modi directly of “igno

2G case: Raja has few legal options


The granting of bail to former communications minister A. Raja after almost 15 months’ incarceration in the 2G case would hardly make any difference for him legally.

The case has progressed much ahea

Raja has few legal options


The granting of bail to former communications minister A.

Can govt regulate waqf properties?

Both sects of Muslims — Sunni and Shia — have approached the Supreme Court raising an important religious issue — whether the government can make laws for regulating waqf properties, which according t

SC: House nod not must for executive acts

At a time when many state chief ministers are raising the federalism bogey to stall “arbitrary” Central action on several issues, the Supreme Court has in a major verdict on the Union’s executive pow

SC: Experts to monitor GM trials

In the absence of any viable regulatory mechanism for gene technology, the Supr-eme Court has set up a six-member expert committee to monitor field trials on certain crops using genetically-modified o

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