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Bar Council of Delhi issues notice to Prashant Bhushan asking why action should not be taken against him for his conviction in contempt of...

Delhi Bar Council asks Prashant Bhushan why case under sections 24A and 35 of Advocates Act should not be started against him

‘Attempts made to discredit police probe in Delhi riots’: More than 400 eminent citizens issue statement after Prashant Bhushan alleges criminal conspiracy in the...

The statement states that the signatories are anguished that a number of persons are casting doubts on police probe in Delhi riots case

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

Prashant Bhushan files review petition against SC’s verdict in contempt case where he was fined Rs 1

Prashant Bhushan is seeking a review of the contempt of court verdict that had penalised him with Rs 1 last month.

Prashant Bhushan suggests Anna movement was RSS conspiracy, father Shanti seeks referendum in Kashmir in interview with Rajdeep Sardesai

Prashant Bhushan and his father Shanti Bhushan appeared in an interview with Rajdeep Sardesai on India Today.

Contempt of Court proceeding sought against India Today employee Rajdeep Sardesai. Read details

The plea which sought contempt action against Rajdeep Sardesai for making comments against country's judiciary stated that Rajdeep Sardesai's tweets showed that these were "not only a cheap stunt of publicity among people but a deliberate attempt to spread hatred in form of Anti India campaign."

Trouble for senior advocate Prashant Bhushan as Bar Council of India directs examination of his tweets and explores disciplinary action

The Bar Council of India said that BCD must examine the tweets of Prashant Bhushan and proceed as 'expeditiously' as possible.

Prashant Bhushan issues a convoluted statement trying to pass off his cowardly act of paying the fine as respect for the judiciary

Prashant Bhushan had earlier taken to Twitter to cowardly accept the punishment of paying a nominal fine of Re 1 in the contempt of court case

Prashant Bhushan quoted Gandhi in his statement to the court, but Gandhi had refused to pay a fine, unlike Bhushan

The Supreme Court had asked Prashant Bhushan to pay the penalty of Rs 1 for being guilty of contempt of court or face three months of jail time.

Prashant Bhushan accepts he is guilty of contempt, cowardly agrees to pay fine after claiming to stand for principles

By accepting the punishment, Bhushan has accepted the fact that he was guilty of contempt.

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