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Supreme Court to set up Constitution bench to hear appeals against Aadhaar

Aadhaar

The Constitution bench will start hearing the pleas against Aadhaar in the final week of November. New Delhi: A constitution bench would be arranged to get a clutch of petitions perplexing the Centre’s decision to make Aadhaar compulsory for availing numerous services and government welfare schemes, the Supreme Court stated ...

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SC Will Ban Women’s Entry in Sabarimala Temple, Today

sabarimala

Sabarimala temple management had said that the ban was imposed since women cannot uphold ‘purity’ on account of menstruation. New Delhi: The Supreme Court will pronounce its judgment on petitions, perplexing the ban on women’s entrance in Sabarimala temple in Kerala, on Friday i.e. today. In February, the top court had ...

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Not govt servant, can’t be convicted in DA case: VK Sasikala files review plea in SC

VK Sasikala

New Delhi: The AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala, VN Sudhakaran and Ilavarasi, who were pronounce judgment on to undergo four-year imprisonment in the Rs 66 crore disproportionate case involving former CM Jayalalithaa have moved the SC for seeking review of the judgment. All the 3 are serving prison in Bengaluru ...

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Supreme Court rejects plea against TS Govt

Supreme Court rejected the plea of TS Govt

Supreme Court rejects the plea challenging the Telangana government’s decision to pay dues of over Rs 80 lakh to the fire department in six instalments. The Supreme Court rejected the petition made by the Telangana administration to allow the society, supervised by the TRS leader and Finance Minister of Telangana, ...

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Facebook, Whatsapp to be regulated, Telecom Department tells Supreme Court

Supreme Court

The telecommunications department  informed the Supreme Court  that it will soon be making rules and regulations to regulate OTT services such as Facebook, WhatsApp etc. On Wednesday the Central  Government  Conveyed  the Supreme Court that it would formulate a regulatory regime for all the telecom operator companies for Over-The-Top(OTT)  services ...

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Supreme Court: Jayalalithaa will not be declared convict in Corruption Case

Jayalalitha

Karnataka government moved to the Supreme Court seeking a review of its verdict through which it had abated the proceedings  in the disproportionate Property case against  Jayalalithaa but the court  rejected the appeal. The Supreme Court says that the Former chief minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa was not declared as ...

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BS-III ban impact: Discount on two-wheelers up to Rs 22,000

Two -wheeler motor vehicles

The Supreme Court banned the sale of BS-III model vehicles from April 1 and all the motor vehicle companies offering discounts on vehicles. After the ban by the Supreme Court for the sales and registration of the two-wheeler vehicles with Bharat Stage-III model to reduce the vehicular emissions, the companies ...

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Supreme Court states not to delay BS-IV Roll Out-Emission Norms

Supreme Court states not to delay BS-IV Roll Out-Emission Norms

The Supreme Court says the automobile companies to upgrade BS-IV Roll Out-Emission Norms in India Automobile companies were asked by Supreme Court about  BS-IV Roll Out-Emission Norms to do not frustrate the government’s inventiveness in checking the increase in levels of pollution by vending BS-III vehicles that are in stock. The ...

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Holding old notes is Illegal, says Centre

Demonetised notes

The central government told the supreme court, holding old notes of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 after the deadline of December 31 is “illegal”. The central government informed the Supreme Court that holding old notes cof Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 after the deadline of December 31 is “illegal.” Attorney General Mukul ...

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