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  • 2G: SC notice to Sanjay Chandra on CBI plea to cancel his bail

    The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear CBI’s plea for cancellation of bail granted to Sanjay Chandra, MD of Unitech Ltd, in 2G case for allegedly trying to “sabotage the trial” and issued notice to him. A bench headed by Justice G S Singhvi granted two weeks time to Chandra to file his response […]

    Sebi seeks details from brokers about exposure to NSEL

    Market regulator Sebi has sought details from various brokers about their direct and indirect exposure to the National Spot Exchange Limited (NSEL), even as shares of its listed group entities Financial Technologies and MCX continued to bleed for the second straight day. The regulator is also seeking to ascertain that the brokerage firms and individual […]

    Allahabad HC seeks reply from UP govt, Centre on illegal mining

    Voicing concern over illegal mining, the Allahabad High Court on Friday sought a reply from the Centre and the state government on the issue while declining to interfere in the suspension matter of IAS officer Durga Shakti Nagpal, who had clamped down on the mining mafia in UP. Hearing a PIL on the suspension of […]

    Crucial approaches to promote gender equality in India

    New Delhi : The Harvard Gender Violence Project held its inaugural conference on “Gender Justice, Criminal Law and Curricular Reforms” at the India International Centre on July 12 and 13, 2013. The conference was the first step in sharing ideas with a group of stakeholders from the public and private sectors, the academy, service providers […]

    6 accused in Swiss woman gang-rape case awarded life imprisonment

    A fast-track court in Datia district of Madhya Pradesh on Saturday awarded life imprisonment to all the six convicts in the Swiss woman gangrape case. Pronouncing the judgement, the court also imposed a fine of Rs 10,000 on each of the convicts. The 39-year-old Swiss woman, on a cycling trip along with her companion, was […]

    CLB sets aside allotment of 26,64,000 shares under ESOPs by Man Industries

    In a significant judgement dated 30th May 2013, the Company Law Board (CLB), Mumbai Bench has set aside the issue & allotment of 26,64,000 shares under Employee Stock Options Plan (ESOPs) by Man Industries (India) Ltd. The CLB has also allowed the petitioner Mr J C Mansukhani, Promoter, Shareholder & Director of Man Industries to […]

    SC tells CBI to leave no stone unturned in Coal block case

    The Supreme Court told the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Wednesday, that nothing should be left and no stone must be left unturned in finding out the truth in the coal block probe. The apex court told the  agency to approach it in case it faced any impediment and asked it to not share […]

    SC clears way for running of dance bars in Maharashtra

    Seven years after they were banned, dance bars can again run in Maharashtra with the Supreme Court on Tuesday upholding a Bombay High Court verdict quashing the state government’s order. A bench comprising Chief Justice Altamas Kabir and Justice S S Nijjar also vacated its stay order on implementation of the high court judgement. The […]

    SC summons Chief Secretaries of 4 states for failing to take steps on police reforms

    Supreme Court has summoned Chief Secretaries of four states UP, Andhra, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra for failing to take steps on police reforms. They have been asked to appear before the Apex Court on 31st of this month and apprise the court of reasons for not implementing the much needed reforms. The Court was hearing […]

    Persons can’t fight polls for legislative bodies from jail: SC

    A person, who is in jail or in police custody, cannot contest election to legislative bodies, the Supreme Court has held, bringing to an end an era of undertrial politicians fighting polls from behind bars. In another pathbreaking verdict to prevent criminal elements from entering Parliament and state assemblies, the apex court ruled that only […]