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SC to examine modalities for enforcing living will in November

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The Supreme Court has agreed to examine the concerns expressed over the "unworkable" guidelines to enforce living will or an advance medical directive that were passed by the Su... Read More


SC: Why no data protection Law until now?

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The Supreme Court on Thursday questioned the Centre over delay in framing a law to protect data privacy of its citizens despite right to privacy being declared a fundamental rig... Read More


strict adultery rules to stay in military, says Supreme Court

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The decriminalisation of adultery cannot stand in the way of the Army taking action against officers for misconduct, said the Supreme Court on Thursday in response to an applica... Read More


SC questions Centre on delay in framing law to protect data privacy

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The Supreme Court on Thursday questioned the Centre over its delay in framing a law to protect the data privacy of its citizens despite right to privacy being declared a fundame... Read More


'Why no law for data protection until now?'

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The Supreme Court on Thursday questioned the Centre over its delay in framing a law to protect the data privacy of its citizens despite right to privacy being declared a fundame... Read More


SC to examine modalities for enforcing living will in November

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The Supreme Court has agreed to examine the concerns expressed over the "unworkable" guidelines to enforce living will or an advance medical directive that were passed by the Su... Read More


strict adultery rules to stay in military, says SC

New Delhi, Sept. 30 -- The decriminalisation of adultery cannot stand in the way of the Army taking action against officers for misconduct, said the Supreme Court on Thursday in response to an applica... Read More


SC rejects plea against emblem cast atop new Parliament building

India, Sept. 30 -- The look of the national emblem cast atop the new Parliament building does not violate the State Emblem of India (Prohibition of Improper Use) Act, the Supreme Court said on Friday,... Read More


SC Collegium recommends elevation of 3 judges as chief justices

India, Sept. 30 -- The Supreme Court Collegium on Wednesday recommended the elevation of three high court judges as chief justices and transferred two chief justices and three judges. Justice S Mural... Read More


Armed forces can take disciplinary action against personnel over adultery: SC

India, Sept. 30 -- The decriminalisation of adultery cannot stand in the way of the army taking action against officers for misconduct, said the Supreme Court on Thursday in response to an application... Read More