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SC collegium recommends elevation of 8 CJs to various HCs

SC collegium recommends elevation of 8 CJs to various HCs

🕔17:00, 17.Sep 2021

New Delhi, Sep 17 (IANS) In a major decision, the Supreme Court collegium has recommended elevation of eight judges as chief justices of various high courts. The new eight chief justice are: Justice Rajesh Bindal for the Allahabad High Court; Prakash

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Ayodhya verdict: Disputed land goes to Hindus, Muslims to get alternate land

Ayodhya verdict: Disputed land goes to Hindus, Muslims to get alternate land

🕔12:44, 9.Nov 2019

New Delhi, 09 Nov : Nine years after the Allahabad High Court ruling, the Supreme Court on Saturday ruled that the Hindus would get the entire disputed 2.77 acres in Ayodhya. This is the land on which the now demolished

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Justice Bobde to be next Chief Justice, President signs warrant

Justice Bobde to be next Chief Justice, President signs warrant

🕔11:38, 29.Oct 2019

New Delhi, Oct 29 Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde will be the next Chief Justice of India as President Ram Nath Kovind paved his way after signing a warrant on Tuesday appointing him as the next CJI. Justice Bobde will be sworn

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Women can’t be treated as chattel: SC strikes down adultery law

Women can’t be treated as chattel: SC strikes down adultery law

🕔16:07, 27.Sep 2018

New Delhi, Sep 27 In another landmark judgement, the Supreme Court on Thursday decriminalised adultery after striking down a British era law, Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code, terming it as unconstitutional, archaic and manifestly arbitrary, with one judge saying

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BSES Yamuna asked to pay current dues by July 15

BSES Yamuna asked to pay current dues by July 15

🕔11:30, 4.Jul 2014

New Delhi, July 4  The Supreme Court asked BSES Yamuna, one of the three private power distribution firms in the national capital, to pay its current outstanding dues of Rs.161 crore to electricity generation and transmission companies by July 15.

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