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Auction uninsured vehicles to cough up compensation for accident victims: Supreme Court

DNA Thursday, 13 September 2018
Auction uninsured vehicles to cough up compensation for accident victims: Supreme CourtVictims of road accidents that involve vehicles without an insurance policy can now expect speedy compensation. On Thursday, the Supreme Court directed a uniform law to be introduced across all states and union territories (UTs) that allows an offending vehicle to be auctioned and the proceeds from the sale to be paid as...
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Former Scientist of ISRO Nambi Narayan has received great relief from the Supreme Court ... Supreme Court has acquitted Nambi Narayanan in the 24-year-old spy scandal. Along with this, the Supreme Court has also ordered the former scientist to pay a compensation of Rs 50 lakh.

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