NEW DELHI: Members of a Consumer Forum cannot be appointed in an arbitrary manner at the behest of ministers and others, the Supreme Court has ruled.Read More »
NEW DELHI: The Union government has initiated the process for extradition of former Union Carbide chief Warren Anderson to stand trial in the Bhopal gas tragedy case.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha has filed a caveat in the Supreme Court to pre-empt any ex-parte order on the Ayodhya
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has ruled that in live-in relationship, a woman is entitled to all reliefs, including maintenance under the protection of women under the Domestic Violence Act 2005.Read More »
MUMBAI: Indian Premier League was on Sunday rocked by the termination of the franchise of two of its glamour-laden teams — Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab —by the BCCI, setting off a storm of protests by owners who threatened legal action.Read More »
BANGALORE/CHENNAI: The embattled Karnataka Chief Minister, Mr B S Yeddyurappa on Sunday faced an Herculean task to survive Monday’s trust vote with the 11 rebel BJP MLAs getting a reprieve from the Speaker who was also asked by the Governor not to disqualify them before floor test in assembly.Read More »
MUMBAI: The Union Law Minister, Mr Veerappa Moily on Sunday said the government has no stand regarding the effort of settlement between the rival parties to Ayodhya dispute.
“The government has no stand on this,” Mr Moily told reporters here while replying to a query whether the government supports proposal of settlement.
SRINAGAR: Barring a clash between protesters and security forces which left one person injured in Sopore, situation in strike-hit Kashmir Valley remained calm though restrictions were imposed in parts of interior city where Hurriyat Conference had planned to hold a meeting.Read More »
NEW DELHI: The empowering Right to Information Act (RTI) completes five eventful years October 12 (Tuesday). The newly-appointed Chief Information Commissioner, Mr Anugraha Narayan Tiwari, who has a very short tenure to work in, is keen to make the act more powerful and more accessible.Read More »
NEW DELHI/LUCKNOW: The All India Muslim Personal Board and Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, key parties to Ayodhya title suits, on Saturday appeared set to move the Supreme Court against the Allahabad High Court verdict, even as some litigants are exploring possibilities of an amicable solution.Read More »