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    SC seeks details on steps taken to improve sex ratio
    New Delhi, Sep 16 : Expressing concern over female foeticide and the falling sex ratio, the Supreme Court Tuesday asked the Centre to file an affidavit indicating the steps it had taken to curb pre-natal sex determination tests for improving the sex ratio which is sliding in most states.

    Consider giving ex-gratia for flood-hit people: SC to Kashmir ...
    New Delhi, Sep 15 : The Supreme Court Monday asked the Jammu and Kashmir government to consider giving ex-gratia payment for people affected by the floods and to immediately take up the issue of restoring banking facilities in the affected areas.

    Information on CBI director: SC seeks whistleblower's identity
    New Delhi, Sep 15 : The Supreme Court Monday asked NGO CPIL to disclose to it the identity of the whistleblower who gave information on alleged interference by CBI director Ranjit Sinha in the probe and prosecution in 2G spectrum cases and who also provided details of the accused who visited his ...

    SC asks J-K Govt. to boost up relief operations: Reports
    New Delhi, Sept. 14 : The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Jammu and Kashmir Government to take more steps for the rehabilitation of flood victims by making more food, water, medicines and fuel available to them.

    2G scam: SC directs Bhushan to submit whistle-blower's name in sealed ...
    New Delhi, Sept.15 : The Supreme Court on Monday directed senior advocate Prashant Bhushan to reveal the source of information regarding the visitors at the residence of CBI Director Ranjit Sinha, who has been has been accused of meeting persons linked to the 2G spectrum scam.

    Court gives ex-Israeli PM Olmert reprieve
    Jerusalem, Sep 15 : Israel's Supreme Court Monday ruled that former prime minister Ehud Olmert can stay out of jail pending his appeal against his conviction for bribery, Jerusalem Post reported.

    Court seeks whistleblower's identity on CBI director
    New Delhi, Sep 15 : The Supreme Court Monday asked NGO CPIL to disclose to it the identity of the whistleblower who gave information on alleged interference by the CBI director in probing and prosecuting 2G cases and also provide details of the accused who visited his official residence.

    Congress to move SC over Trinamool's protest against CBI
    Kolkata, Sep 14 : Claiming that the Trinamool Congress' protest demonstration against the CBI here was tantamount to contempt of court, the Congress Sunday said it will move the Supreme Court over the issue.

    CBI director files response in SC to charge of meeting 2G accused
    New Delhi, Sep 12 : CBI Director Ranjit Sinha Friday filed in the Supreme Court his response to the allegations that he had met accused in 2G cases being probed by the investigating agency at his residence during a period of 15 months from May 2013 to August this year.

    J-K floods: SC asks Centre to explain rescue and relief measures
    New Delhi, Sept. 12 : The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Centre to explain by Monday what relief and rescue measures it has taken to rehabilitate those affected by the floods in Jammu and Kashmir.

    SC junks government's plea against promotion quota for disabled
    New Delhi, Sep 12 : The Supreme Court Friday told the government that it was frustrating the reservation policy for physically-disabled people in appointments and promotions by giving a distorted interpretation to the section of the disability act providing for three percent quota for them.

    SC stays Koli's execution till Oct 29
    New Delhi, Sep 12 : The Supreme Court Friday extended its order putting on hold the execution of the death sentence of Nithari killer Surendra Koli till Oct 29.

    Supreme Court permits Italian marine to go home for four months
    New Delhi, Sep 12 : The Supreme Court Friday permitted Italian marine Massimilano Latorre to go back to Italy for his treatment, recovery and rehabilitation for four months after he suffered a brain stroke recently.

    Form unified agency for Kashmir relief operation: SC
    New Delhi, Sept. Sep 12 : The Supreme Court Friday asked the government to consider setting up a unified agency to coordinate the relief, rescue and rehabilitation operation in Jammu and Kashmir hit by floods that have left lakhs of people marooned.

    Written to CMs to release undertrial prisoners who have completed ...
    New Delhi, Sept. 12 : Reiterating the Supreme Court's order on the release of undertrial prisoners, who have already served half of their maximum sentence, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday that a few days ago, he had written to chief ministers of all states to work for their quick ...

    Kerala fishermen murder: SC allows Italian marine to go home
    New Delhi, Sept. 12 : The Supreme Court on Friday allowed ailing Italian marine Massimiliano Latorre, who has been accused of murder, to visit Italy for medical treatment.

    CBI chief files affidavit in sealed cover in SC
    New Delhi, Sept. 12 : Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Ranjit Sinha has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court in a sealed cover, as a response to the allegations made on him by Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and lawyer Prashant Bhushan of him meeting several of the 2 G scam accused at ...

    SC to take decision over sick Italian marine's plea to go home today
    New Delhi, Sept. 12 : The Supreme Court on Friday will hear an appeal filed by one of the two Italian marines, Massimiliano Latorre, with regard to being allowed to go home on medical grounds. Latorre has been accused of murdering two Kerala fishermen.

    Nithari case: SC stays Surinder Koli's execution till Oct. 29
    New Delhi, Sept. 12 : The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the execution of Nithari killings convict Surinder Koli till October 29, while the hearing is now scheduled to resume on October 28.

    SC permits Italian marine to go home for four months
    New Delhi, Sep 12 : The Supreme Court Friday permitted Italian marine Massimilano Latorre to go back home to Italy for his treatment for four months.

    SC stays Koli's execution till Oct 29
    New Delhi, Sep 12 : The Supreme Court Friday extended its order putting on hold the execution of the death sentence of Nithari killer Surendra Koli till Oct 29.

    Kerala Govt. reaffirms liquor ban commitment post SC setback
    New Delhi, Sept. 11 : Following the Supreme Court's direction to the Kerala Government not to impose a ban on liquor bars and to maintain a status quo till September 30, the state government reaffirmed its commitment to close all bars.

    Kerala bars can sell liquor till Sep 30, says SC
    New Delhi, Sep 11 : Bar owners in Kerala, other than five star hotels, will be able to serve liquor till Sep 30 as the Supreme Court Thursday ordered status quo till this date while asking the state high court to decide the challenge to the notification directing them to shut shop.

    If willing, government can do anything, says SC
    New Delhi, Sep 11 : The Supreme Court Thursday said it was the responsibility of the government to open schools for the effective enforcement of the Right to Education that provides for compulsory education for all school-going children in the age group of six to 14 years.

    No liquor bar ban for now in Kerala, says Supreme Court
    New Delhi, Sept.11 : The Supreme Court on Thursday directed the Kerala Government not to impose a ban on liquor bars and maintain status quo till September 30.

    Bangladesh SC to hear Khaleda's plea September 14
    Dhaka, Sept.11 : The Supreme Court of Bangladesh today fixed September 14 for passing an order on two appeals filed by BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia challenging the appointment of a lower court judge, who framed charges against her in two corruption cases.

    Tewari condemns NDA regime's 'objection to giving constitutional ...
    New Delhi, Sept. 11 : Taking strong exception to the NDA Government reportedly moving the Supreme Court on the issue of reservation pertaining to the LGBT community, Congress Party leader Manish Tewari on Thursday said that all gay, lesbian and bisexual persons do not come under the transgender ...

    Kerala bars can sell liquor till Sep 30
    New Delhi, Sep 11 : The bar owners in Kerala will be able to serve liquor till Sep 30 as the Supreme Court Thursday ordered a status quo till then.

    Appoint nodal officer to coordinate seamen's release: SC to Centre
    New Delhi, Sep 10 : The Supreme Court has asked the central government to appoint a nodal officer to coordinate and bring back the Indian seamen held hostage by Somali pirates with whom the families of the hostages could also communicate for updates.

    Bengal CM trying to trample democracy: Ex-judge A.K. Ganguly
    Kolkata, Sep 10 : Accusing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of attempting to trample democracy through her words and behaviour, retired Supreme Court judge A.K. Ganguly Wednesday said there were bound to be protests if a democratically elected government tries to run an autocracy.

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