12 Mar 2020
No law supports UP's name and shame posters: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Uttar Pradesh government under which law did it put up banners, carrying names, photos, and addresses of anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protesters who are accused of inciting violence.
30 Apr 2019
Chowkidar chor hai remark: SC scolds Rahul Gandhi, demands apology
Coming down heavily on Congress President Rahul Gandhi, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said he should apologize for falsely attributing the "Chowkidar Chor Hai" remark to the top court.
23 Aug 2018
SC seeks EC's response on duplicate-voters issue in MP, Rajasthan
The Supreme Court today sought a response from the Election Commission of India on pleas of Congress leaders Kamal Nath and Sachin Pilot alleging duplication of voters in the voters' list in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
13 Jul 2018
Plea in SC against Centre's planned social media monitoring hub
Supreme Court today took a strong note of IB Ministry's decision to set up a social-media hub for monitoring online data, observing that it will be "like creating a surveillance state".
21 Feb 2018
PNB-scam: I-T notice to Singhvi's wife for cash-purchases worth crores
I-T has sent a notice to Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi's wife Anita, seeking explanation for jewelry purchases allegedly worth Rs. 6cr from Nirav Modi.
07 Aug 2017
Bidders okay e-auction but BCCI wary of fall in revenue!
While the bidders have shown keen interest in having an e-auction for the media rights (TV, mobile, internet) for the Indian Premier League, the BCCI is favoring the traditional sealed tender process.
27 Dec 2016
Justice Singhvi to arbitrate Govt-RIL spat
The Centre has appointed retired Justice G.S. Singhvi, a former Supreme Court judge and Competition Appellate Tribunal chairman as arbitrator in the $1.55 billion Govt-RIL dispute.
02 Nov 2016
RIL may face $1 billion fine for violation
Sources have revealed that the Director General of Hydrocarbons has assessed Reliance Industries Limited and Canadian oil firm Niko Resources' penalty for exploiting ONGC's assets at over $1 billion.
26 Oct 2016
Indian government wins dispute with Reliance, British Gas
The Central Government won an international arbitration dispute that was initiated by Reliance Industries and British Gas, six years ago.