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M Singhvi Establishes Rs 2 Crore Endowment at OP Jindal Global...

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Senior advocate of the Supreme Court of India, Dr Abhishek M Singhvi has established the Singhvi Endowment at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS)....

50 death sentences in 8 months: Most since Gujarat was formed...

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AHMEDABAD: Trial courts in Gujarat have sentenced to death 50 persons in 11 cases over eight months this year, the highest for any...

Northeast Diary: Why Centre is going slow on CAA | India...

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More than two and half years since its passage, the Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA is yet to be implemented in the country....

Supreme Court seeks govt reply on marital rape pleas | India...

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NEW DELHI: After a split verdict by the Delhi high court on whether marital rape could be brought within the ambit of the...

Pendency in Supreme Court dips by 4k in 13 days under...

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NEW DELHI: After Chief Justice U U Lalit took charge and introduced a new system for listing of cases, the Supreme Court witnessed...

Media reports on judges’ criticism over new listing system ‘not correct’:...

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NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India Uday Umesh Lalit Thursday said media reports claiming that a Supreme Court bench has criticised the new...

Explained: What the new Supreme Court ruling means for BCCI and...

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In a major development related to cricket administration in India, on Wednesday the Supreme Court allowed significant amendments to the Constitution of the...

Upcoming Ram temple in Ayodhya likely to cost Rs 1,800 crore...

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AYODHYA: Around Rs 1,800 crore is expected to be incurred on the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya, said general secretary of the...

Don’t want SC to become ‘Tareekh pe Tareekh’ court: SC judge...

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NEW DELHI: "We don't want the Supreme Court to be 'tareekh pe tareekh' court," Supreme Court judge Justice DY Chandrachud said on Friday,...

CBI can’t be liberated from restraint of DSPE Act: Supreme Court...

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NEW DELHI: Even as the Centre contended before the Supreme Court that consent of a state government was not needed for holding a...