Attorney General declines consent for contempt proceedings against Bhim Army chief despite agreeing that Azad made scurrilous comments against SC
Attorney General said scurrilous allegations were made against SC judges by Bhim Army chief but refused sanction for contempt proceedings
Attorney General KK Venugopal grants sanction to initiate contempt proceedings against DO Politics’ Ajeet Bharti
Attorney General KK Venugopal has given his consent to initiate contempt proceedings against journalist Ajeet Bharti.
The Supreme Court of India has decided that it will form a committee to resolve the current stand off over the farmer protests.
Attorney General declines his consent to Congress supporter Saket Gokhale for initiating contempt proceedings against author Shefali Vaidya
The AG informed Saket Gokhale that as the tweets by Shefali Vaidya are more than one year old, contempt case can't filed against her
Attorney General KK Venugopal denies consent for initiating contempt of court proceeding against journalist Rajdeep Sardesai
A petition was filed in SC seeking contempt proceedings against Rajdeep Sardesai, and Attorney General's consent was sought
Supreme Court starts hearing of contempt of court case against Prashant Bhushan for his tweets slandering CJI and SC justices
Rafale documents published by Hindu and used by Prashant Bhushan were stolen, considering action, govt tells SC
The Hindu and Prashant Bhushan violated Official Secrets Act by accessing classified Rafale documents, govt submitted in Supreme Court.
Under the scheme, vulnerable witness deposition complexes will be set up in states and union territories
Government was forced to send CBI bosses on leave to maintain public confidence in the agency: Attorney General to SC
The CBI feud was out in the open after the agency was reported to have raided its own headquarters. The Union government then decided to send CBI Director Alok Verma and special director Rakesh Asthana on leave.
The Court said that it will issue necessary rules for balancing rights of public and protecting dignity of litigants soon.
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