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Supreme Court tells Raghav Chadha to tender apology to RS chairperson
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Supreme Court tells Raghav Chadha to tender apology to RS chairperson

The Supreme Court asks AAP MP Raghav Chadha to tender an unconditional apology to Rajya Sabha Chairperson Jagdeep Dhankhar in a matter related to his indefinite suspension for naming other MPs in a Select Committee without their consent.

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Supreme Court orders Maha Speaker to decide disqualification against Eknath Shinde, others by Dec 31 Judiciary
Supreme Court orders Maha Speaker to decide disqualification against Eknath Shinde, others by Dec 31

The Supreme Court directs Maharashtra Speaker to resolve disqualification proceedings against CM Eknath Shinde and others by Dec 31, and for NCP MLAs by Jan 31, highlighting the urgency in concluding the anti-defection law matters.

Indefinite suspension to have serious repercussions, SC says on action against AAP MP Raghav Chadha Judiciary
Indefinite suspension to have serious repercussions, SC says on action against AAP MP Raghav Chadha

The Supreme Court of India voiced concerns over the indefinite suspension of AAP MP Raghav Chadha, emphasizing the gravity of excluding an opposition member from the House and its implications for democratic representation and parliamentary conduct. The Court highlighted the need for a proportional response to alleged infractions and is set to further hear the matter.

Supreme Court asks Centre, States to fill up vacancies in information commissions Judiciary
Supreme Court asks Centre, States to fill up vacancies in information commissions

Supreme Court mandates immediate action to fill vacancies in information commissions across the Centre and states, highlighting RTI Act's purpose at risk with escalating pending cases.

Supreme Court refuses to consider plea for rights to Hindus like Muslims to manage religious places [Read Order] Judiciary
Supreme Court refuses to consider plea for rights to Hindus like Muslims to manage religious places [Read Order]

Supreme Court refuses plea for Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, and Sikhs to manage religious places like Muslims. The court deems it a matter of policy and not within its jurisdiction.

Supreme Court watching SC issues contempt notice to NCLAT members in Finolex Cables case

Stay updated with the latest Supreme Court developments as it issues contempt notices to NCLAT members in the Finolex Cables case. Learn why the court is taking this unprecedented action and how it ai...

Supreme Court Refers Validity of Electoral Bonds to 5 Judge Constitution Bench

The Supreme Court has referred the validity of Electoral Bonds to a five-judge Constitution bench, addressing concerns over money bills, anonymous funding, and corruption. Stay updated on this signifi...

Supreme Court rejects married woman's plea to terminate her over 26-week pregnancy

Supreme Court rejects plea to terminate a married woman's 26-week pregnancy with no foetal abnormality, citing legal limits. Explore the ethical dilemma surrounding the case.

Supreme Court Emphasizes Character Over Education and Faith in Murder Case Acquittal [Read Judgement]

Supreme Court acquits man in murder case, emphasizing that education and being God-fearing alone do not determine reputation. Learn about the importance of character and reputation distinctions in thi...

Gyanvapi suit barred by 1991 law or not would depend on its character as on Aug 15, 1947: Supreme Court

Get the latest updates on the Gyanvapi mosque dispute in Varanasi, India. The Supreme Court is considering whether the lawsuit is barred by the 1991 Place of Worship Act, with a focus on the structure...

Supreme Court directs for fresh evaluation of conditions of woman seeking to end over 26-week pregnancy

Supreme Court orders fresh evaluation of a 26-week pregnant woman's conditions seeking abortion due to ailments. AIIMS to assess foetal health. Legal debate on pro-choice and pro-life.

What about rights of the unborn child,' SC in abortion case

Supreme Court emphasizes balancing the rights of pregnant women and unborn children in abortion case. The ethical dilemma of terminating a 26-week pregnancy is discussed, highlighting the need to cons...

Electoral Bonds,' Supreme Court to begin final hearing on October 31

Stay informed about the Supreme Court's upcoming final hearing on the validity of Electoral Bonds in India's political funding scheme. Get insights into the arguments, concerns, and implications surro...

'Husband couldn't explain poison in wife's body,' Supreme Court upholds conviction for murder [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court upholds murder conviction of husband unable to explain poison in wife's body. Case underscores the importance of sensitivity in crimes against women. Details on Section 106 of the Indian...

Supreme Court Issues Notice on Plea Against Pre-Election Freebies in Rajasthan and MP

Supreme Court's notice on plea by Ashwini Upadhyay against pre-election freebies in Rajasthan and MP, seeking to prevent misuse of public funds and establish guidelines.

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