NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court of India kept all questions open on the Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s poll fund irregularity case.
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court (SC) today directed Election Commission of India (ECI) to take action on the allegation of poll irregularities against Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik. The apex court directed ECI to take a final call on the case within reasonable time.
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested an MLA of Odisha in an on-going investigation of a Chit Fund case. CBI arrests Biju Janata Dal Lawmaker in Odisha Chit Fund Scam ‘Investigation revealed that the said accused had allegedly received huge amount into the account of his wife from the CMD of private…
CUTTACK: A judge of Orissa High Court scheduled to hear the case related to alleged poll fund irregularities of CM Naveen Patnaik today refused to hold the trial and requested the Chief Justice to set up a separate bench for hearing.
NEW DELHI: State governments may not be able to allot residential plots in cities to serving and former MPs, MLAs, bureaucrats, journalists and judges of their choice by exercising their discretionary power as the Supreme Court on Wednesday decided to frame guidelines for allotting public land at subsidised rates.
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court clarified on Monday that sedition charges cannot be brought against a person merely for raising a voice against the government or its policies.
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned the hearing of a Gujarat government plea that challenged a Gujarat High Court order on quashing of its ordinance of providing 10 per cent quota for the economically backward among the unreserved category, including the agitating Patel community.
New Delhi: In a breather to Subrata Roy the supreme court on Wednesday extended his parole but also said that it was ‘surprised’ as to why a rich person like the Sahara chief himself did not part with a fraction of his wealth to pay the dues but rather chose to spend two years in…
NEW DELHI: In a landmark judgment on Wednesday, the Supreme Court said that Arunachal Pradesh governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa’s decision advancing session of the state assembly by a month is violative of the Constitution and is liable to be quashed.