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Ships not designed to accommodate women officers, Coast Guard tells SC

India, March 11 -- Taking more women as permanent officers in Coast Guard is not feasible as there are not enough ships designed to accommodate women on board, the Centre told the Supreme Court in a r... Read More


Supreme Court extends stay on criminal defamation proceedings against Kejriwal

India, March 11 -- The Supreme Court on Monday extended a stay on criminal defamation proceedings against Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal over re-tweeting an allegedly offensive video against the... Read More


Bail to cops accused of abusing powers sends wrong signal: SC

New Delhi, March 9 -- Granting bail to police officers accused of manipulating an investigation sends a wrong signal to society as they are tasked with a fiduciary duty to punish theguilty through a f... Read More


Bail to cops accused of abusing powers sends wrong signal: SC

New Delhi, March 9 -- Granting bail to police officers accused of manipulating an investigation sends a wrong signal to society as they are tasked with a fiduciary duty to punish the guilty through a ... Read More


Bail to cops accused of abusing powers sends wrong signal: SC

New Delhi, March 9 -- Granting bail to police officers accused of manipulating an investigation sends a wrong signal to society as they are tasked with a fiduciary duty to punish the guilty through a ... Read More


SC exempts ex-HC judges from test for appointments as state consumer panel heads

India, March 8 -- The Supreme Court has exempted former high court judges from taking a mandatory test for appointments as heads of state consumer commissions. It has sought suggestions from the Union... Read More


'Not in public interest': SC denies pre-arrest bail to cop who shielded accused

India, March 8 -- Granting relief such as anticipatory bail to police officers accused of manipulating investigation sends a wrong signal to society as they perform a fiduciary duty to punish the guil... Read More


SC makes exception on written exam for appointing state consumer chiefs

India, March 8 -- The Supreme Court on Thursday exempted former high court judges from taking a mandatory test for appointment as head of state consumer commissions and sought suggestions from the Cen... Read More


SC makes exception on written exam for appointing state consumer chiefs

India, March 8 -- The Supreme Court on Thursday exempted former high court judges from taking a mandatory test for appointment as head of state consumer commissions and sought suggestions from the Cen... Read More


SC refuses to lift Calcutta HC bar on releasing info in Rujira Banerjee case

India, March 7 -- The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to entertain an Enforcement Directorate's petition against guidelines imposed by the Calcutta high court that restrained the agency from disclos... Read More