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Eminent jurist and veteran senior SC advocate Fali S Nariman passes away at 95

DNA Wednesday, 21 February 2024
He began his career as an advocate of the Bombay High Court in November 1950 and was later designated as a senior advocate in 1961.
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Supreme Court Against Return to Paper Ballots? Key Insights from VVPAT Petition Hearing| Oneindia [Video]

Supreme Court Against Return to Paper Ballots? Key Insights from VVPAT Petition Hearing| Oneindia

The Supreme Court entertained petitions, including one from the Association for Democratic Reforms, advocating for cross-verification of votes with VVPAT. Amid deliberations, Justice Sanjiv Khanna expressed reservations about reverting to paper ballots, citing historical challenges. The debate underscores efforts to enhance electoral transparency and address concerns about voter verifiability. #SupremeCourt #SupremeCourtnews #CJIChandrachud #Chandrachud #VVPAT #EVMVVPAT #PrashantBhushan #LokSabhaElections2024 #Politics #LiveLaw #Oneindia #OneindiaNews ~HT.178~PR.152~ED.194~GR.123~

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The Supreme Court directed petitioners to include all mob lynching cases, ensuring unbiased coverage. The court emphasized universal relief sought and deferred..
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Supreme Court judge's 'rip you apart' comment riles present, former judges

Justice Ahsanuddin Amanullah's criticism of Uttarakhand govt's laxity in controlling Patanjali Ayurved ads, breaching SC orders, sparked concerns among..
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Lawyers’ letter to CJI: PM Modi reacts, calls ‘bullying’ typical of Congress culture | Oneindia [Video]

Lawyers’ letter to CJI: PM Modi reacts, calls ‘bullying’ typical of Congress culture | Oneindia

After approximately 600 lawyers sent a letter to the Chief Justice of India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a swipe at the Congress party on Thursday. "Using intimidation tactics is typical of Congress culture. Five decades ago, they advocated for a 'committed judiciary' – they shamelessly demand commitment from others for their own selfish interests but refuse to commit to the nation," the PM stated in a post on X. "It's no surprise that 1.4 billion Indians are turning away from them," he concluded. #DYChandrachud #HarishSalve #Pinkyanand #VestedGroup #SupremeCourtofIndia #Letter #SupremeCourt #IndianLaw #LokSabhaElections #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~HT.99~PR.152~ED.102~

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Maharashtra Speaker creates stir in BJP, says he's part of Gawli gang now

Rahul Narwekar, an ABS member, supports Geeta Gawli for Mumbai mayor. Narwekar expressed commitment at a meeting with ABS office bearers in Byculla. Arun Gawli's..
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Senior Citizens Act not a tool to settle property row: Bombay high court

High court held that the basic idea behind Senior Citizens Act is to ensure that elderly parents are restored the residence rights that was gifted to the..
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Sessions court has no power to quash any FIR: Bombay high court

Bombay High Court ruled that while a sessions court can't dismiss an FIR, it can intervene in magistrate's orders to file one for cognizable offences. Justices..
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