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Solicitor General Tushar Mehta

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta

I-T authorities not to take coercive action against Congress on Tax demand, SC told
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I-T authorities not to take coercive action against Congress on Tax demand, SC told

Income Tax authorities inform Supreme Court they won't take coercive action against Congress for Rs 3,500 Cr tax demand till July due to elections.

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IT Rules 2023 Amendment: Bombay High Court urges Centre not to notify Fact Check Unit until Third Judge passes judgement Judiciary
IT Rules 2023 Amendment: Bombay High Court urges Centre not to notify Fact Check Unit until Third Judge passes judgement

Bombay High Court urged the Centre to hold off on announcing its planned Fact Check Unit till a third judge has ruled on challenge against IT Rules 2023 Amendment

SC Rejects Congress Leader Khera's Plea to Quash Case Over Remarks on PM Modi Judiciary
SC Rejects Congress Leader Khera's Plea to Quash Case Over Remarks on PM Modi

The Supreme Court of India dismisses Congress leader Pawan Khera's plea to quash criminal proceedings initiated against him for remarks about Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The case, which involves a comment made at a Mumbai press conference, was not found eligible for quashing by the Supreme Court.

SC refuses interim relief to Mahua Moitra against her expulsion as LS MP Judiciary
SC refuses interim relief to Mahua Moitra against her expulsion as LS MP

Supreme Court refuses to grant interim relief to TMC leader Mahua Moitra over her expulsion as a Member of Parliament for sharing her official Parliamentary login details with Dubai-based businessman Darshan Hiranandani.

Supreme Court upholds abrogation of Article 370, mandates elections in J&K by September 2024 [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Supreme Court upholds abrogation of Article 370, mandates elections in J&K by September 2024 [Read Judgment]

In a historic verdict, the Supreme Court of India upholds the abrogation of Article 370, affirming the removal of Jammu and Kashmir's special status and endorsing the bifurcation into two Union Territories. The court also directs the Election Commission to conduct legislative assembly elections in J&K by September 2024 and urges the restoration of full statehood at the earliest.

'Historical day,' Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on Supreme Court judgment

Explore the comprehensive coverage of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta's reaction to the Supreme Court's landmark judgment upholding the abrogation of Article 370. Discover insights on the historical si...

'Automatic lifting of stay in all cases after 6-month,' Supreme Court's 5-judge bench to reconsider its 2018 judgment [Read Order]

Delving into the Indian judiciary's latest development, this article sheds light on the Supreme Court's decision to reevaluate its 2018 'Asian Resurfacing case' ruling. Spearheaded by Chief Justice D ...

Supreme Court allows Centre to grant 6-month extension to Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar

Supreme Court grants six-month extension to Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, upholding the Centre's decision under the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2023. This ...

‘Can’t keep the pot boiling over dead bodies,’ Supreme Court issues directions for final rites in Manipur

Supreme Court directs Manipur government to conduct final rites for corpses in mortuaries, including unclaimed bodies, with dignity and as per religious practices. The court emphasizes on resolving th...

‘Sickness doesn’t appear to be life-threatening’, Supreme Court declines bail to TN Minister Senthil Balaji

Supreme Court of India declines bail to Tamil Nadu Minister V Senthil Balaji on medical grounds, citing his condition as non-serious. Read detailed coverage on the court's decision, arguments from sen...

Delhi's Air Pollution: Supreme Court directs Punjab, Haryana, UP, Rajasthan and Delhi to stop stubble burning

The Supreme Court of India mandates immediate cessation of stubble burning in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi to combat air pollution and safeguard public health, with local autho...

Supreme Court reserves judgement on validity of Electoral Bonds; tells EC to furnish data on donations to Pol parties

Supreme Court reserves judgment on Electoral Bonds' validity and instructs the Election Commission to provide data on political party donations. Get insights into the legal debate surrounding clean mo...

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.

Decide disqualification petitions at least before the next election," SC seeks time schedule from Maha Speaker

Supreme Court urges timely action on disqualification petitions against Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde's faction. Find out the latest updates on this crucial legal matter.

Delhi Government Pleads Supreme Court to set up Bench to consider plea against service law

Delhi government pleads with the Supreme Court to set up a bench to consider its plea against the Centre's new service law. Get updates on the legal battle over control of bureaucrats in the national ...

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