Infosys imposed defamation notices on three newspapers

Infosys, a leading IT company, has served three leading national newspapers – The Times of India, The Economic Times and The Financial Express – with defamation notices on 9.05.2014. In the notices…
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Reference to the Supreme Court on the Mullaperiyar Dam U/A 143

The Assembly adjured the President to make a reference to the Supreme Court on the Mullaperiyar Dam issue, under Article 143 of the Indian constitution, citing catastrophic damage of a dam failure.…

Sumitra Mahajan elected as Speaker of Lower House

Sumitra Mahajan, an eight – time BJP MP, has been elected as the Speaker of 16th Lok Sabha. She is the second woman Presiding Officer of the Lower House after her predecessor…

Samsung patent litigation with interdigital settled

The settlement deal has resolved the litigation between Interdigital and Samsung at the US International Trade Commission and in federal court in Delaware USA. Wireless technology company Interdigital Inc has settled patent…

CBI to investigate Saradha chit fund scam

Delhi: The Supreme court of India has handed over investigation into Saradha chit fund scam to the CBI (central bureau of Investigation). The Apex court through a bench headed by Justice T.S.…

CBI will not file closure report in Coal Scam cases

Delhi: The CBI has filed an undertaking before the SUPREME COURT OF INDIA that it will not file closure reports before the trial court in the coal scam cases. The senior counsel…

Man on parole kills mother

Meerut, Uttar Pradesh: Lokesh, convicted of killing his father had been service life imprisonment since 2007 was granted parole by the Allahabad High court, had allegedly killed his 60-year-old mother over a…

Supreme Court on Section 319 of CrPC

The Supreme Court held that a person can be made accused by a trial court in case evidence crops up during the proceedings even if he/she hasn’t been named in the FIR/…

SC on iron ore mining in Goa

The Supreme Court permitted resumption of iron – ore mining in Goa with a temporary cap of 20 million tonnes per annum. The bench took this decision keeping in mind the livelihood…

SC upholds 25% reservation for weaker sections in schools through RTE

The Supreme Court upheld the reservation of 25% seats for weaker section in the schools. The RTE Act mandated all schools to admit at least 25% students from the economically weaker sections…