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Country’s Two Highest Economic Bodies Concerned Over Freebies, Economic Impact Assessment Essential, Upadhyay Tells SC

The submissions have been made in a PIL filed by Upadhyay seeking action against political parties for "irrational freebies". Hansaria contended that under Article 293(3) of the Constitution, the state government cannot raise any loan or borrow money where the loan of the Union government is outstanding, and in such circumstances, borrowing can be made only with the consent of the Centre and it can impose such conditions as it thinks fit under clause (4).

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Nupur Sharma Row: Supreme Court Grants Interim Protection To Times Now Anchor Navika Kumar

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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Plea Challenging Places of Worship Act, Hearing on Sept 9

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Delhi High Court Switches To Hybrid Mode Of Hearing Due To Rise In COVID19 Cases

Rename Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda: Bombay HC Dismisses PIL

The petitioner expressed that the names confused people from remote areas on whether these were regional or national/international Banks. The Bombay High Court recently dismissed the Public Interest L...

Smriti Irani and Daughter Not Owners of Goa Restaurant, No License Ever Issued In Their Favour: Delhi HC

The Court had last week directed the Congress leaders to delete the said allegations made by them during a press conference, from all social media platforms. In the order released on Monday, the Court...

Lalit Modi-Bina Modi Case: Supreme Court Asks To Reconcile Differences In Family Dispute Matter

The bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, Justices Krishna Murari and Hima Kohli asked the parties to come up with a solution to solve the dispute. "Last time we appointed arbitrators but you cou...

Delhi HC Refuses To Direct NewsLaundry To Take Down Video Clips About India Today, Aaj Tak

The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to grant interim relief to TV Today Network, owner of news channels India Today and Aaj Tak, in their defamation and copyright infringement suit against online p...

Delhi HC Directs Congress Leaders To Delete Defamatory Social Media Posts Against Smriti Irani and Daughter

The Delhi High Court on Friday issued summons over a defamation suit filed by Union Minister Smriti Irani against Congress leaders Jairam Ramesh, Pawan Khera and Netta D’Souza, and asked them to tak...

Mother Has Right To Decide Child’s Surname After Father’s Death: Supreme Court

The top court said a name was important as a child derived his identity from it and a difference in name from his family would act as a constant reminder of the factum of adoption and expose the child...

Centre Seeks 4 Weeks Time To File Reply In Ashwini Upadhyay’s Plea Challenging WAQF Act

The petitioner has contended that the Waqf Act was made under the garb of managing Waqf properties, even though there are no similar laws for followers of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, Judaism...

Delhi High Court To Hear All Petitions Challenging Agnipath Scheme on Aug 25

The Bench of Justice Satish Chander Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad on Wednesday says following SC direction issued for Delhi HC, we will examine all the related matter on August 25, 2022. Solic...

Delhi High Court Stays Guidelines Which Barred Restaurants From Levying Service Charge

The high court has also issued a notice to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and Central Consumer Protection Authority on a plea challenging the guidelines restraining the levy of service charge by hot...

No Arrest For Nupur Sharma, We Need To Protect Her Life and Liberty : Supreme Court

The court also issued notices to the Union government and states like Delhi, West Bengal and Maharashtra on her petition for clubbing of the FIRs. The case will be heard next on August 10. Sharma had ...

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