Tag: supreme court

SC judgement in Sohrabuddin case exposes Cong conspiracy- CM

‘Congress has a history of misusing Govt machinery’ The recent decision of the Supreme Court in the Sohrabuddin encounter case has once again exposed the lies peddled by the Congress, said chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. Addressing the media on Wednesday, Rawat said that the decision of the special CBI court and the Supreme Court have exposed how the...

Supreme Court misled by Centre on Rafale: Selja

‘Deal costs the nation Rs 41205 crore more, HAL overlooked for a defunct company’ Rajya Sabha member and Congress Working Committee (CWC) member Kumari Selja claimed that the Supreme Court (SC) had been misleading by the Narendra Modi- helmed NDA Government regarding the controversial Rafale aircraft deal case. “It is clear now that wrong facts have been provided to...

Cong considers ‘family’ above Supreme Court: VK Singh

There is no scam in the Rafale fighter jet deal as alleged repeatedly by the Congress party. After the recent Supreme Court decision in petitions regarding the deal, the Congress is also questioning the apex court which is just a continuation of that party’s questioning constitutional bodies during the last four and a half years, said the Union Minister...

Congress threat delayed Ayodhya case: PM

Party’s lawyers, who are RS members, scare  judges in the name of impeachment: Modi As the BJP seeks to rekindle the politically sensitive Ayodhya issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday accused the Congress of interfering in the Supreme Court’s proceedings on the Ram Temple-Babri Masjid case, saying that their Rajya Sabha leaders intimidate Supreme Court judges with the...

Akhilesh wants Army to be deployed in Ayodhya

Ahead of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad-sponsored Dharma Sabha to push for the construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya on Sunday, Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said that if required Army personnel be deployed in the town. Thousands of people started gathering at Ayodhya ahead of the VHP programme. Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackeray also reached there for a separate...

Irked at CBI leaks, SC defers hearing

Publication of CBI DIG’s affidavit, Verma’s reply to CVC upsets court; hearing on Nov 29 The Supreme Court on Tuesday expressed serious displeasure over the purported leak of CBI Director Alok Verma’s reply to the CVC’s findings against him over corruption allegations as also the publication of sensational charges leveled by the agency’s DIG Manish Kumar Sinha and told...

CBI DIG bares Govt underbelly

The affidavit accuses NSA, Cabinet Secy, Law Secy, CVC, MoS of shielding Asthana from graft probe A day before the scheduled hearing on the fate of CBI Director Alok Verma’s petition, agency DIG MK Sinha on Monday filed an explosive affidavit in the Supreme Court accusing National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, Cabinet Secretary PK Sinha, Law Secretary Suresh Chandra,...

SC to hear Sabarimala review pleas in open court on January 22

There are around 48 petitions seeking review of the judgment Even as the Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to stay its verdict allowing entry of women of all age groups into the Sabarimala temple, it agreed to hear in open court on January 22 a batch of review petitions related to the matter. The review petitions against the September...

All eyes on CVC report on Alok Verma today

The Central Vigilance Commission is slated to submit a report on its enquiry against benched CBI Director Alok Verma on Monday. The CVC was  tasked by the Supreme Court on October 26 to probe within two weeks the allegations of bribery and meddling in high profile cases by Verma as alleged by CBI Special Director Rakesh Asthana through a...

Legal services day observed

Justice for one and all, stress lawyers Marking the Legal Services Day, various training and awareness programmes,, including legal literacy camps, have been organized in the city on Friday. The Supreme Court of India started the Legal Services Day to be celebrated in the country on November 9 in 1995 to offer help and support to the weaker section...