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Kejriwal Petition Against EC Adjourned To Friday

The Delhi High Court has adjourned till Friday a petition filed by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal against the Election Commission of India which had claimed that by making remarks about bribery ...

Delhi HC Dismisses Lawyer’s Plea To Stop Fali Nariman Appearing in SC

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a plea that sought the disqualification of senior advocate Fali Nariman from appearing in the Supreme Court on grounds that his son Rohinton Nariman is a ju...

Ignorance Of Law Is No Defence, Kerala HC Tells Congress Leaders

The Kerala High Court has told prominent Congress leaders in the state that ignorance of the law is no defence while rejecting their contention that they were not aware that the court had stipulated a...

AgustaWestland Scam Accused Saxena’s Statement Recording Postponed To Wednesday

A Delhi court has postponed until tomorrow the recording of statement of Rajeev Saxena, co accused in the AgustaWestland scam. Saxena had recently approached the court to become an 'approver' in the ...

Islamabad HC Rejection of Plea to Stop Abhinandan’s Return Enabled Swift Passage

Hours before Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was returned to India on Friday, an attempt to block his passage back was thwarted by the Islamabad High Court which rejected a petition challenging th...

CCTV Cameras: A Salve or a Nuisance?

Above: A CCTV camera helps to make working women feel secure/Photo: bytebacklawredesign.lexblogplatform.com In a move to curb sexual harassment, a judge of the Madras HC has “recommended” CCTV came...

NCLT approves PVR cinemas’ merger with SPI cinemas

By Sumit Saxena The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved the merger of north India’s leading multiplex chain PVR Ltd with south India’s largest premium cinema chain SPI Cinemas. The me...

NGT Gives Environment Ministry Six Weeks To Frame Policy for Disposal of Antimony coated Solar Panels

The National Green Tribunal has granted six weeks to the Ministry Of Environment, Forest and Climate Change to put in a place a policy would govern the use and disposal of solar panels coated with Ant...

AugustaWestland Chopper Scam Accused Saxena Moves Court To Turn Approver

Rajeev Saxena, an accused in the AugustaWestland chopper deal scam moved a Delhi court seeking to become an approver in the case. Special Judge Arvind Kumar sought the Enforcement Directorate's respon...

Paid Leave For Going On Strike: Kerala High Court Stays Government Order

The Kerala High Court has stayed the state government decision to pay salary to the government staff who took part in the two-day all-India strike on January 8 and 9 by considering both days as leave ...

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