Posts tagged with supreme-court

Courts Can’t Lay Down Moral Guidelines: Supreme Court on Sardar Jokes

Posted Wednesday February 08, 2017 by CSLRA India

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today expressed its inability to issue directions to regulate jokes about the Sikh community, observing that courts cannot “lay down moral guidelines” for citizens and...

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Powerful political community wins over mute tax-payers at Supreme Court when Apex Court reviews its order on government-advertisements

Posted Sunday March 27, 2016 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

Chief Justice of India should rise to the occasion by constituting a larger bench to decide the issue afresh for safeguarding interests of mute tax-payers opposed by powerful political community...

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Shocking: Central government wants photo-publicity of Chief Ministers and cabinet-ministers to retain Supreme Court permission of photos of Prime Minister in government-advertisements

Posted Saturday March 12, 2016 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

It refers to central government making plea of allowing photos of Chief Ministers and cabinet ministers in government-advertisements in name of federal structure of constitution, and Prime Minister being first...

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The Supreme Error

Posted Wednesday January 06, 2016 by CSLRA India

Limiting the right to contest panchayat elections has become a legislative trend — Haryana now subjects candidates to the requirements of having a toilet and certain minimum educational qualifications. In...

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SC Constitution Bench hearing on every Mondays and Fridays from next month

Posted Sunday December 27, 2015 by CSLRA India

From 11th January 2016, on Mondays and Fridays at 2.00 P.M, Five Judge Constitution bench of the Apex Court would take up the matters published in the list. The notice...

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Central government rightly thinking raising retirement-age of High Court judges at 65 years to be at par with that of Supreme Court judges

Posted Thursday November 19, 2015 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

It refers to Attorney General of India mentioning in Supreme Court that Central government is considering raising retirement-age of High Court judges to 65 years to be at par with...

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