Republic TV has reported that the CBI headed by Nageshwar Rao is all set to file a corruption case against ousted CBI boss Alok Verma
The Supreme Court had reinstated Verma on 8th January, and asked the selection committee to decide his fate.
A PIL has been filed against the Constitutional Amendment that granted 10% reservations to economically weaker sections from the General Class.
Rajiv Dhawan, who represents the Muslim side in the case, pointed it out that Justice Lalit had represented one of the parties in another case 24 years ago.
Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge sought time to know whether CBI Chief was working on the Rafale deal probe, among other details
Kumar has represented the Modi government in a number of important cases including the Sohrabuddin encounter case.
10% reservation for the poor: Contrary to claims, here is why it might not encroach on the 50% reservation cap
The current 10% reservation introduced by Modi govt, granted by the 124th Constitutional Amendment Bill would not breach the 50% reservation limit set by the Indra Sawhney judgement
The plea filed by Pooja Mahajan was earlier rejected by the Delhi High Court on Monday directing it to be filed in the form of a PIL.
The newly constituted bench will commence the hearing of the appeals against the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgement from Jan 10.
BJP had planned three rath yatras from different parts of the State, travelling across all the parliamentary constituencies over one-and-a-half months to protest against the Trinamool Congress government.
Earlier Madras High Court had set aside NGT’s order of reopening the Sterlite Plant.
Alok Verma can't take any major policy decisions, and his term ends by the end of this month
Reliance Telecom-Ericsson case: Anil Ambani defended by Congress leader Kapil Sibal in Supreme Court
Kapil Sibal defends Anil Ambani in court, in Rcomm-Ericsson case.
SC reinstates CBI chief without power to take any policy decision, high-powered committee to decide his fate
With only weeks left for Alok Verma's retirement, the decision of the Supreme Court to take away his power to make decisions means a setback for Verma and his supporters
Owaisi wants Muslims to have right to divorce if spouse gets leprosy, opposes government bill in Lok Sabha
Owaisi asked the government to not 'interfere in Muslim Personal Law'
Patna High Court rejects Tejashwi Yadav’s petition challenging the govt’s order to vacate his bungalow
The Patna High Court has rejected RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav's petition challenging the Bihar government's order to vacate the bungalow
US-based scribe asked to leave India after he was found violating visa norms.
Rahul Gandhi did not respect the speaker's instruction and kept on reading the script of the tape by expressing his sheer arrogance.
Supreme Court in its judgement had dismissed all petitions seeking a court-monitored investigation into the Rafale deal. The Court said that it has not found any material to show that there has been any commercial favouritism
Earlier in the day, the Opposition parties had held a meeting and decided to demand that the bill is referred to the select committee for further deliberations.
Odisha: Jagannath Temple remained shut for several hours due to strife between priests and the Police
One of the priests was stopped by the police personnel from taking three people inside the temple as the police suspected them to be non-Hindus.
The FIR against Vadra, Hooda and others was filed in September this year by a resident of Gurugram alleging huge irregularities in land deals.
CBI wanted to falsely implicate political leaders including Amit Shah, worked towards achieving script: Court on Sohrabuddin case
Court makes scathing comments in the Sohrabuddin, Tulsiram Prajapati, Kauser Bi case, says CBI (under Congress govt) tried to falsely implicate political leaders including Amit Shah
Three persons identified as Irfan, Kaan and Asif were arrested by the police in the Loni's Sakalapur village cow slaughter case, they have reportedly confessed their crimes.
The ACB had conducted similar raids in the months of May and October as well.
The woman had reportedly objected to the extramarital relationships of her husband and was in turn beaten and tortured.
Justice Mudgal has denied all the allegations of sexual assault against him calling them "utterly false and baseless"
Tainted cop Sanjiv Bhatt’s wife casts aspersion on judiciary, says bail denied to please ‘political personalities’
After Sanjiv Bhatt was arrested in September this year, his wife has been handling his social media accounts
Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad asks the Supreme Court to fast-track hearing in the Ayodhya title suit
If Sabarimala petitions can be heard on an urgent matter, same can be done with the Ayodhya case, law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
Madras High Court orders status quo in the Sterlite Copper plant case, rolls back NGT’s order of reopening it
The Bench passed the order on the petition of MDMK politician and activist Fatima Babu who was protesting the reopening of the plant.