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Supreme Court

19 June 2015

The Supreme Court on Friday gave 18 months to Sahara to repay Rs.36,000 crore of the investors money which its two companies, SIRECL and SHFCL, had collected in 2007-08 through OFCDs.

19 June 2015

"For those of you who follow former Supreme Court Justice and former Press Council of India (PCI) Chairman, Justice Katju on Facebook, you would have learnt two things over the last couple of months: first he’s holidaying in the US with family and second he’s making very serious allegations of corruption against the sitting Chief Justice of India HL Dattu...”

“So, for Justice Katju to accuse the sitting CJI of corruption and not be served with a contempt notice, is indeed a big leap for the Indian judiciary – maybe they are finally open to the idea of some public scrutiny and criticism,” asks Prashant Reddy in The Hoot

18 June 2015

Medical school: Closer on TVAs was being speculated, the Supreme Court of India has cancelled the All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Test (AIPMT) for the academic session 2015-2016 and has asked the organising body, the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE), to re-conduct the test within four weeks, which the CBSE today told the apex court was impossible.

17 June 2015

BabyThe Supreme Court has announced that it will open a child care centre on 1 July at in chambers numbers 8 and 9 of the New Lawyers’ Chambers Building at Bhagwan Dass Road, which will be equipped with “child friendly furniture, utensils, toys and play materials and first aid kit”.

17 June 2015

In last and previous years, there was only a one week miscellaneous week on either side of the apex court’s summer vacations.

15 June 2015

The central government on Monday told the Supreme Court that any invalidation of the NJAC for the appointment of judges to the higher judiciary would not result in the automatic resurrection of the collegium system of appointment.

15 June 2015

Medically lawyeredThe Supreme Court has cancelled the All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) after the paper was leaked but technological challenges remain on how to prevent the same debacle from happening again.