All the four convicts - Akshay Thakur, Vinay Sharma, Mukesh Singh and Pawan Gupta - in the December 16, 2012 gangrape and murder of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student inside a private bus in Delhi ha + Read more

Reject nomination papers if assets, criminal past not disclosed, says SC

The Supreme Court has said the nomination papers of a candidate would stand rejected if he does not disclose the details of his assets or his criminal antecedents. + Read more

Death for four adult rapists in Nirbhaya gangrape case

Sending to the gallows the four who brutally gang-raped a woman on a moving bus in the Indian capital, a Delhi court has refused to show any leniency saying they were guilty of "exhibiting extreme men + Read more

SC stays Karnataka order to Jaya case prosecutor

The Supreme Court has stayed the Karnataka government communication to special public prosecutor Bhavani Singh asking him not to appear before the Bangalore special court hearing a corruption case aga + Read more

Explain Muzaffarnagar riots, apex court tells Centre, UP

The Supreme Court has issued notice to the central and Uttar Pradesh governments on two petitions seeking a CBI probe into the Muzaffarnagar clashes that left 38 dead and for providing relief to victi + Read more

SC notice on undertrials in jails

The Supreme Court has issued notice to the central government and all states on a petition seeking the release of undertrials who were being kept in jails in alleged violation of the constitutional pr + Read more

Cabinet nod to judicial commission bill

The Cabinet of Ministers has finally approved the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill which seeks to replace the existing collegium system for appointments of judges to the Supreme Court and high co + Read more

Apex court says no to renting police to private people

The Supreme Court has once again criticised what it said was a growing trend of 'renting police' to provide security to high profile private individuals, comments that appeared aimed at the government + Read more

Higher courts will protect honest govt officers: SC

There is no reason to fear that the higher courts will not protect the rights of honest officers, the Supreme Court has said when the Indian government insisted on retaining the power to approve graft + Read more

Australian court rejects bail of Indian-origin businessman's murderer

A court in Australia on September 5 rejected the bail application of a 27-year-old woman who is one of two people accused of murdering an Indian-origin businessman. + Read more
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