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SC Dismisses Plea Of Rape Survivor From Kerala To Marry Her Assaulter, A Defrocked Priest

The top court also dismissed a separate plea of the defrocked priest seeking bail on the ground that he wanted to marry the survivor, who was a minor at the time of rape had given birth to a child.

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SC Orders Recovery Of Rs 5 Lakh Cost For Filing Motivated PIL In 2017 Against Then CJI's Appointment

A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and M R Shah also took note of the application for reduction of cost filed by Jain, who is currently in Balasore jail in Odisha in another case and said he has again made some unfounded allegations against the judges of the top court.

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SC Orders Recovery Of Rs 5 Lakh Cost For Filing Motivated PIL In 2017 Against Then CJI's Appointment

A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and M R Shah also took note of the application for reduction of cost filed by Jain, who is currently in Balasore jail in Odisha in another case and said he has again made some unfounded allegations against the judges of the top court.

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Will Not Launch New Debt Scheme Till SAT Decides Our Plea, Franklin Templeton Tells SC

The apex court however refused to interfere with SAT's decision with regard to Franklin Templeton being asked to deposit Rs 250 crore in an escrow account relating to its decision on closing six debt schemes and disposed of Sebi's appeal against SAT's stay on its order.

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Shashi Tharoor Seeks SC Judge-Monitored Probe Into Pegasus Snooping Allegations

The 32-member Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information and Technology is scheduled to meet on July 28.

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TN Society Moves SC, Seeks Benefits For Linguistic Minorities In Running Educational Institutes

The plea has also challenged the validity of Section 2(f) of the National Commission for Minority Education Institution Act 2004, for giving unbridled power to the Centre and being manifestly arbitrary, irrational and offending.

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Dismissal Of Plea On Re-Computation Of AGR Dues Body Blow For Debt-Laden VIL, Say Analysts

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the applications filed by telecom majors, including Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel, seeking rectification of the alleged errors in the calculation of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) related dues payable by them.

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SC Dismisses Delhi Govt's Contempt Plea Against Haryana On Water Supply

Delhi government has moved the top court with the plea alleging that as per the order of February 29, 1996, Haryana has to keep the Wazirabad water reservoir full and this order is being breached, said senior advocate Vikas Singh, appearing for the city government.

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India Can't Have Parallel Legal Systems For Rich And Poor: SC

The top court made these crucial observations while cancelling the bail granted to Madhya Pradesh BSP MLA's husband, who was arrested in over two-year-old murder case of Congress leader Devendra Chourasia.

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Andhra Pradesh Withdraws Plea In SC Against HC Order On Amaravati Land Case

The state government had told the top court on March 5 that it was agreeable to a court monitored CBI probe into alleged irregularities in land transactions during shifting of the state capital to Amaravati.

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SC Order On Timeline Limitation Restricted Only To Appeal Cases: CBIC

Tax authorities can continue to hear and dispose off proceedings like application for refund, application for revocation of cancellation of registration, adjudication proceedings of demand notices, etc, where they are performing the functions as quasi-judicial authority.

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SC Upholds Andhra HC Order To Quash Firs Against Private Buyers Of Plots At Amravati

The FIRs were lodged in 2020 on the basis of complaints alleging that the buyers were aware of the fact that the capital city of Andhra Pradesh was going to be established in the area where the land plots were situated.

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After Rap On Bakrid Relaxations, Kerala Tells SC 45% Population Vaccinated With One Dose

The bench referred to a paragraph in the affidavit and said it disclosed that the state has given in to associations of traders, which represented that they have stocked up goods for the purpose of Bakrid.

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SC Asks Kerala Govt To Respond To Plea Against 3-Day Relaxation In Covid-19 Restrictions For Bakrid

The matter came up for hearing in the apex court before a bench of Justices R F Nariman and B R Gavai, which also took note of the affidavit filed by Uttar Pradesh government which said that no Kanwar Yatra will be allowed this year in the state due to the pandemic.

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SC To Implement System For Safe Digital Transmission Of Bail Orders To Jails Across Country

The top court on July 13 had taken suo motu cognizance of delay on the part of Uttar Pradesh authorities in releasing 13 prisoners who were granted bail by it on July 8.

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