Supreme Court acknowledges wife’s plea for justice of army man jailed for 27 years.

The Supreme Court has taken note of a woman’s plea that her husband, an Army man, has been languishing in jail for 27 years without a final decision on the death penalty awarded by a Court Martial for killing two of his colleagues. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice A M Khanwilkar […]

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Govt moves Supreme Court for road along Indo-China border in Sikkim

For permission to construct 139 km road on Indo-China border in Sikkim the government has been moved to the Supreme Court for carrying out operational preparedness and maintaining troops deployment along the Sino-Indian border. The Ministry of Defence in its application has submitted that the proposed road was necessary since National Highway 31A was the […]

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Supreme Court seeks response from Centre on Kargil Hero’s case

Response from the Centre on Kargil martyr Capt Saurabh Kalia’s father’s plea has been sought by the Supreme Court seeking its direction to the government for raising the case of his son’s torture at the hands of Pakistan Army at the International Court of Justice. Notice has been issued by a Bench headed by Justice R M […]

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No sanction needed for cognisance of charge sheet: CBI

CBI on Monday said the special court, hearing the Adarsh Society scam, did not need a government sanction to take cognisance of the charge sheet filed against former Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan.  The agency’s statement came upon a query by the special CBI court. Special Public Prosecutor Ejaz Khan argued that no sanction was […]

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Army chief General V.K. Singh : Tejinder moves Supreme Court for CBI probe

Lt Gen (retd) Tejinder Singh Wednesday moved the Supreme Court seeking a CBI probe into the role of Army chief General V.K. Singh into the alleged incident in which the Army was reported to be spying on Ministry of Defence (MoD) officials. Lt Gen Tejinder Singh was accused by Gen. V.K. Singh of offering him […]

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Constructions in Delhi Ridge: court notice to ministries

The Delhi High Court has issued notice to the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) and the ministry of defence (MoD) on a petition seeking a stay on the construction of staff quarters by cutting trees in Delhi’s green Ridge area. A Division Bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Sanjiv Khanna Wednesday issued […]

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