"The investigating agency may utilise the technology of video conferencing as submitted by the ASG for conducting the investigation and interrogation to the extent as prayed in the application of the state dated February 13 submitted before the trial court. As regards any follow-up action required for the investigation and interrogation to the extent permitted hereinabove, the state may seek the permission of the trial court seized of the matter," it said. … [Read more...] about ‘Bookie’ Sanjeev Chawla to be interrogated in Tihar jail only: Delhi High Court
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"On the other hand, Muslims are 46 percent in Laddakh, 95 percent in Kashmir, 96.58 percent in Lakshdweep; Christians are 87.16 percent in Mizoram, 88.10 percent in Nagaland, 74.59 percent in Meghalaya; Buddhists are 50 percent in Laddakh and Sikhs are 57.69 percent in Punjab. But, they can establish and administer the educational institutions," the plea said.Exclusive offer: Use code "BUDGET2020" and get Moneycontrol Pro's Subscription for as little as Rs 333/- for the first year. … [Read more...] about SC refuses to entertain plea for minority status based on state-wise population
But the amount paid for now is less than 5 percent of the dues that the DoT estimates the company owes to the government following a Supreme Court ruling that asked for including non-telecom revenues of telcos in computing statutory payments such as license fee and spectrum charges. … [Read more...] about Vodafone Idea Chairman K.M. Birla meets Telecom Secy amid AGR issues
Among the seven, Perarivalan’s case calls for a review the most. His crime was that he bought batteries that were used to detonate the bomb that killed Rajiv Gandhi. However, he has claimed that he did not know the purpose for which he was asked to buy the batteries and officers who were formerly with the SIT have spoken about their doubts on the veracity of the SIT claim that he was indeed aware. In late 2017, former Supreme Court Judge KT Thomas, who was one of the judges on the bench that delivered the verdict in the case, said there were errors in the investigation of the charges against Perarivalan. … [Read more...] about Politics | No light at the end of the tunnel for convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi case
On September 24, 2013, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA)-2 government led by Singh had passed an ordinance negating a Supreme Court ruling directing all sitting MPs and MLAs, who are convicted, to resign. Many saw the court ruling as a welcome move and a big step towards sanitising politics in India. The ordinance, however, was dubbed by many, including the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Opposition, as proof of the Congress’ dalliance with corruption. … [Read more...] about Politics | Will Congress address the elephant in the room?