"He is giving the list of speakers today. Please consider it and pass an order. Day after tomorrow, I am hearing the writ petition," the judge told the police counsel.
"Authorities have been directed to conduct the panchnama of the damaged crops and affected farmers should be paid adequate compensation," Shinde said.
This allotment is over and above the Rs 20 crore earlier provided to the Public Works Department for the repair work, Sukhu added during a review meeting with the administrative secretaries here.
Justice G Jayachandran set aside the order of a Metropolitan Magistrate court here, on a petition filed by K C Palanisamy.
In a post on 'X', the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief asked, "Will the Uttar Pradesh legislative assembly session beginning today prove to be in the interest of the state due to meaningful discussions on issues of public...
Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud, leading the bench, inquired with Solicitor General Tushar Mehta and the state's advocate general about the feasibility of relocating these students to central universities based on their...
As we celebrate this milestone, “we reaffirm the government's pledge to empower the youth, steering Bharat towards development, with a goal to achieve a Viksit Bharat (developed India) by 2047,” Thakur added.
The CJI had recently announced that the Supreme Court would use artificial intelligence to provide judgments, written in English, in regional languages.
Addressing an election rally at Nampally here, he alleged that RSS, Modi and "hardliners" have spread hatred in the entire country.
Murmu said, equality is not only the foundation of justice, but a necessary condition of it too.
Earlier, the Supreme Court served a notice to both the Centre and the Kerala Governor in response to the state's plea, which alleged that Raj Bhavan had not approved eight bills.
The departments they will join are revenue, home affairs, higher education, school education and literacy, financial services, defence, health and family welfare, and labour and employment among others.
It includes changes in approach to helm different dimensions of disaster management, including resilience, preparedness, capacity building, community participation and disaster risk reduction.
The CM laid the foundation for two solar power projects valued at Rs 3,400 crore, in Kadapa and Anantapur, from his camp office.
The court further said that the issue was not fit to be agitated in the form of a public interest litigation and the aggrieved persons were free to approach it in case of any grievance.
Many experts argue that the Himalayas are geologically active and fragile and that there has to be an alternative way to imagine connectivity. However, those dealing with tunnelling projects say there is no alternative to...
A temporary medical facility has been set up inside the Silkyara tunnel in Uttarakhand's Uttarkashi for the trapped workers. Ambulances have also been deployed at the site to transport the workers to a 41-bed hospital...
The bench said that one must understand that in order to be a patriot, one need not be inimical to those from abroad, especially, from the neighbouring country.
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot also said alleged BJP led Centre government is misusing central agencies like ED and CBI.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious project about the country's huge infrastructure development under “PM GatiShakti National Master Plan (NMP)” has been fast-tracked by Maharashtra
The local unit of the Aam Aadmi Party said it had received the summons but was not aware of the details of the criminal case against the Delhi chief minister.
The bench, also comprising justices J B Pardiwala and Manoj Misra, said the report indicated that 169 of the 175 bodies have been identified while six have not been identified.
Justice Rekha Palli took on record the apology and the undertaking given by Grover but proceeded to impose costs on him, saying the "court cannot be taken for granted".
On November 2, the court granted 15 days’ time to the ASI, directing it to submit the report by November 17.
A notice was issued to N Chandrababu Naidu by a bench comprising Justices Bela M Trivedi and SC Sharma, directing him to refrain from participating in public rallies and meetings until the next hearing on December 8.