Category: Supreme Court

Supreme Court to hear plea on Akil Kureshi.

Source – telegraphindia.com The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on Friday an appeal of the Gujarat High Court Advocates’ Association seeking a directive to the Centre to implement the collegium’s decision to elevate Justice Akil Kureshi, a Bombay High Court judge, as Chief Justice of Tripura High Court. The collegium, headed by Chief Justice

INX Media case: Supreme Court to decide on Chidambaram’s bail plea on October 22.

Source – thehindu.com A three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court, led by Justice R. Banumathi, will pronounce on October 22 its decision on the former Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram’s petition for regular bail in the CBI part of the INX Media case. The court had heard extensive arguments from Mr. Chidambaram’s lawyers and Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta,

Ayodhya verdict to impact minds of millions: Muslim parties to SC in sealed cover.

Source – hindustantimes.com The Muslim parties in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit have urged the Supreme Court to keep in mind that its verdict in the case will “impact future generations”, and to ensure that it reflects India’s constitutional values. The parties filed their plea to mould the relief (narrow down the arguments and

A new Supreme Court case could unravel financial protections for US consumers.

Source – qz.com On Oct. 18, the US Supreme Court agreed to review a case about the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s leadership structure, the outcome of which threatens to unravel nearly a decade of work by the federal watchdog created in 2010. And, strangely, the agency—under director Kathy Kraninger, picked by Donald Trump and barely

Ayodhya case: Hindu parties allege violation of court order as Muslim parties submit ‘moulding of relief’ in sealed cover.

Source – opindia.com In a new twist in the politically sensitive Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case, the Muslim parties have received flak from the concerned Hindu parties, for submitting the ‘moulding of relief’ in a sealed envelope before the court. The objecting Hindu parties have alleged that this is a gross violation of court orders.