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SC reserves verdict on Delhi gangrape convict's plea against death sentence

Neighborhood News Desk/NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday has reserved its verdict on a plea by death row, convict Mukesh Singh seeks the review of the top court judgment upholding his death sentence in the December 16, 2012 Delhi gang-rape case. 78 more words

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Gayatri Devi’s grandchildren to inherit estate

NEW DELHI: Delhi high court ruled in favour of the two grandchildren of the Rajmata of Jaipur, Gayatri Devi, saying that they are the legal heirs to her property. 83 more words

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Legal challenge vs PIP rules on people with mental distress

Tues 12 December 2017 1pm – 2pm
Vigil outside the High Court Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL

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Section 44: Is elected local government office an "office of profit under the Crown"?

The section 44 juggernaut just keeps rolling. The next substantive question likely to come before the court, as a consequence of Jacqui Lambie’s disqualification on dual citizenship grounds, is whether her likely replacement, Devonport mayor, Steve Martin, is himself disqualified, for holding an “office of profit under the Crown”, with respect to his office in local government. 1,935 more words

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SUPREME COURT REJECTS PETITION SEEKING COMMON SYLLABUS FOR ALL BOARDS

The Supreme Court, dismissed a plea seeking ‘one nation and one syllabus’ for children aged 6-14 years throughout the country.

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AADHAAR LINKING WITH VARIOUS SERVICES DEADLINE WILL BE EXTENDED TILL MARCH 31, 2018: CENTRE TOLD SUPREME COURT

The Central government told the Supreme Court that it was willing to extend deadline for linking of Aadhaar number to bank accounts, welfare benefit schemes and to other services from December 31, 2017 to March 31, 2018. 46 more words

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REAL ESTATE (DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION) ACT (RERA) APPLICABLE EVEN TO ONGOING PROJECTS: BOMBAY HIGH COURT

The Bombay High Court has upheld the constitutional validity of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) and its applicability to on-going projects across states. 69 more words

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