Supreme Court, now to hear plea to cut water supply to Liquor Industries in Maharashtra

Supreme Court, now to hear plea to cut water supply to Liquor Industries in Maharashtra

New Delhi: Today, on Monday, 23rd May, the honourable Supreme Court of India is set o hear a plea in which the claim to complete ban on water supply to the distilleries and breweries in drought- hit regions of Maharashtra was sought. Now, when the court is in vacation period, the Vacation bench of the supreme court, comprising of Justice- Abhay Manohar Sapre and Justice- Ashok Bhushan will be hearing the said plea. Earlier on 16th day of May, the bench had agreed to hear the said plea on this…

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Supreme Court admits Tax department’s appeal against Vodafone

Supreme Court admits Tax department’s appeal against Vodafone

New Delhi: On Friday, 13th of May the honourable Supreme Court of India decided to admit the appeal which is filed by the Income- Tax Department against the decision of the High Court of Bombay. Moreover, the said High court had earlier decided to reject the demand of the Income- Tax department for raising tax on the deal of Vodafone with Hutchison on 8,500 crores of rupees deal. The decision of such admission of the appeal, is taken by the bench of the Apex Court, which was headed by the…

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Supreme Court asked Kerala Police to set up SIT for investigating the allegations of Wife- swapping by Navy Officers

Supreme Court asked Kerala Police to set up SIT for investigating the allegations of Wife- swapping by Navy Officers

New Delhi: Yesterday, on Thursday, 12th May, the honourable Supreme Court of India directed the Kerala Police for setting up of a Special Investigation team- SIT for investigating the allegations of wife- swapping among Indian Navy Officers. The concerned bench of the Apex court comprising of the Chief Justice of India- T. S. Thakur further required that such Special Investigation Team should be headed by the Deputy Inspector General- DIG ranks officer. Moreover, the bench also preferred to reject a plea which was filed by the estranged wife of an…

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When MPs created pressure on Centre, it may again move Supreme Court to defer NEET

When MPs created pressure on Centre, it may again move Supreme Court to defer NEET

New Delhi: After the straight forward decision by the honourable Supreme Court of India in connection with the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test- NEET, which has made by it a common gateway for Medical and dental programmes’ admissions, now the Central Government deciding to approach the Apex Court for postponing the same, by a year. As per the statements of the Parliament Affairs Minister- M. Venkaiah Naidu who stated in Lok Sabha, yesterday, on Wednesday, 11th May that “the Government has nothing to do with the decision to hold NEET…

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Supreme Court asks Centre to create a Disaster Mitigation Fund and define time limit for declaration of Drought

Supreme Court asks Centre to create a Disaster Mitigation Fund and define time limit for declaration of Drought

New Delhi: Honourable Supreme Court of India today, on Wednesday asked the Centre to create a disaster mitigation fund for tackling drought- like situation and also the Agriculture Ministry was directed to hold a meeting within a week with the government of the affected States such as Bihar, Gujarat and Haryana for assessing the conditions. The decision was taken by the Apex Court’s concerned bench presided by the Justice- M. B. Lokur who also directed the Central Government to the effect that it should implement the Disaster Management Act’s provisions…

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