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 2g scam verdict court defers cases against a raja kanimozhi to december
2g scam verdict: court defers cases against a raja, kanimozhi to december 5

A court here on Tuesday adjourned the 2G spectrum allocation cases against former Telecom Minister A Raja, DMK Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi and others for December 5.
CBI Special Judge O P Saini deferred the matter saying that judgement was not ready as documents filed in the case were voluminous and technical in nature which were still under perusal.
The judge said that it might take two-to-three weeks more and deferred the matter for further clarification, if required.
The court said that it might decide the date of judgement on the next date fixed for hearing.
The court issued fresh production warrant against Unitech Managing Director Sanjay Chandra and Bollywood producer Karim Morani on the next date fixed for hearing.
The court was hearing two separate cases related to 2G sp

2g spectrum scam: special court may announce verdict date today

A special court is expected to declare the date of pronouncement of judgement in three cases in the 2G spectrum scam, one of the most high-profile scams involving politicians and renowned industrialists.
The special court hearing the cases had fixed November 7 as the next date of hearing when it will likely announce the date of the verdict.
Special Judge OP Saini has been exclusively dealing with cases arising out of the 2G spectrum scam. Two cases have been filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and another one by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
In its charge sheet filed against former telecom minister A. Raja, DMK Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi and others in 2011, the CBI had alleged that there was a loss of Rs. 30,984 crore in the allocation of 122 licences for 2G spec

cbi court adjourns proceedings to nov 7

A special CBI court on Wednesday adjourned the proceedings in two 2G spectrum allocation scam cases in which former telecom minister A Raja, DMK Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi and several others are accused.The court will next hear the cases on November 7. The court, which has kept its verdict reserved since April 26, was expected to seek more clarifications from the parties involved on Wednesday.It was also expected to announce the date of judgement.The court, however, said it needed more time to give final shape to its verdict as the documents submitted in the cases are voluminous and technical in nature.Adjourning the case, Special CBI Judge O P Saini indicated that he may announce the date of verdict on November 7.He also issued production warrants against Unitech managing director Sanja

2g case judgment date to be announced on november 7: cbi court

The special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on Wednesday said that the 2G case judgment date will be announced on November 7, ANI reported. The court had concluded final arguments in the case on April 26.
The special court bench issued production warrants to Unitech’s Managing Director Sanjay Chandra and Bollywood producer Karim Morani, asking them to be present in the court on November 7.
The court was hearing two separate cases related to the 2G spectrum cases. The CBI is investigating one of the cases, while the Enforcement Directorate is looking into the other one. Five cases were allotted to this court in 2012 after the scam broke out.Who are facing trial in the case currently?
Individuals: A Raja, Kanimozhi, former telecom secretary Siddharth Behura, Raja’s erstwhil

lalu says 'no comment' on sc order in fodder scam case

RJD president Lalu Prasad today refused to make any comment on the Supreme Court order asking him to face separate trials in each of the cases related to the multi-crore fodder scam in which he is an accused. "My lawyers will speak on the issue," he said in reply to a question by reporters."Koi comment nahi (No comment)," Lalu quipped. It is for the first time that the RJD supremo has broken his silence on the apex court order two days ago asking him to face separate trials in each of the cases related to the multi-crore fodder scam in which he is an accused.The gates of his wife Rabri Devi's official residence, 10, Circular Road, had remained shut for reporters for the past two days to avoid uncomfortable questions on the fodder scam in the wake of the SC order.The RJD supremo received a

pak court defers verdict till july 3

Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed and his four aides will have to celebrate Eid in custody as Pakistan's Lahore High Court today deferred its verdict till July 3 in their detention case."As a division bench headed by Justice Abdul Sami Khan today held the court to announce the verdict a government law officer requested it (bench) to defer it as the deputy attorney general was not present in the court," a court official told reporters outside the courtroom.Accepting the government’s request, the bench deferred the announcement of its verdict in Saeed’s house arrest case till July 3, the official said.The court official gave no further reason for deferring the announcement. "The bench will again sit on July 3 and announce the verdict in Saeed’s case," he a

only sc will hear pleas challenging special court order

The Supreme Court today said that challenge to any order passed by the special court during pendency of trial in coal scam cases will be entertained only by it.A three-judge bench headed by Justice M B Lokur said it will not revisit the July 25, 2014 order passed by the apex court which had said that challenge to any interim order of the special court during pendency of trial in coal scam cases will be heard only by it."We don't think it appropriate to revisit the July 25, 2014 order of this court," the bench said.The apex court's order came on a batch of pleas which have placed the issue of whether the Delhi High Court can entertain the challenge to the order passed by special court during pendency of trial in coal cases.

blow to lalu, sc orders separate trial in fodder cases

In a setback to Lalu Prasad Yadav, the Supreme Court today ruled that the RJD leader will stand separate trial in all four fodder scam cases as it set aside the Jharkhand High Court order which had dropped conspiracy charges against him.A bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and Amitava Roy directed the trial court to complete the proceedings against 68-year-old Yadav and others within nine months. "We have held that for each offence there will be a separate trial," the bench said.The fodder scam relates to fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 900 crore by the Animal Husbandry Department from various district when Lalu was the chief minister. Former Bihar Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra and former state Chief Secretary Sajal Chakraborty are also accused in the case.The apex court, while setting as

complete fodder scam trial in 9 months, says sc to cbi -india legal

The Supreme Court ruled on Monday, May 8, that the CBI conclude the trial in the fodder scam case within nine months. Former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav is an accused in the case. CBI had challenged the dropping of the conspiracy charge against Lalu and others by the Jharkhand High Court in one of the fodder scam cases. The High Court had taken the stand that a person can’t be tried twice for the same offence. Lalu was sentenced to 5 years in jail in the fodder scam case by a special CBI court in October 2013, but was later granted bail by the Supreme Court on grounds of parity with other convicts in the case.The apex court on May 8 also ruled that each offence in the case will be tried separately. It slammed the CBI for being late in filing the Special Leave Petition and asked the investig

lalu, jagannath mishra appear in cbi court in fodder scam case

RJD president Lalu Prasad today appeared in a special CBI court here in connection with a multi-crore fodder scam case. Another former Bihar Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra and some other accused also appeared in the court of CBI judge Dev Raj Tripathi.Their appearance was in connection with fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 40 lakh from the Bhagalpur treasury in 1996.The court had summoned the accused of personal appearance.A total of 45 persons were named as accused in the case. While some of them had died during the trial, at present the trial is going on against 27 persons.There is a total of 267 witnesses in this particular case of fodder scam in the Animal Husbandry Department during RJD rule in Bihar and of this 34 have already recorded their statements.Last month, the Supreme Court had r

victim's parents on sc verdict

The December 16, 2012 gangrape victim's mother today said she was satisfied that the perpetrators have been awarded the death penalty by the Supreme Court.The victim's mother, Asha Devi, who was present in the jam-packed court room when the verdict was pronounced, said justice has finally been done, despite the delay due to the lengthy legal procedure."We thank all who supported us in the difficult times. Though we have lost our daughter, we are satisfied that the court has awarded death sentence to her perpetrators," she said.From now on, she and her husband will fight for justice for other girls against whom criminal acts are committed, Asha Devi said while coming out of the court room.Asha Devi was present along with her husband Badri Singh when Justice Dipak Misra, who headed the bench

sc verdict tomorrow on appeals of 4 convicts

The fate of four death row convicts of the sensational December 16, 2012 gangrape and murder case would be decided tomorrow as the Supreme Court would deliver its verdict on their appeals challenging the Delhi High Court judgement.A bench comprising Justices Diapk Misra, R Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan would deliver the judgement tomorrow in the case that had shaken the entire nation's conscience.The apex court had on March 27 reserved its verdict on the appeals of four convicts -- Mukesh, Pawan, Vinay Sharma and Akshay Kumar Singh -- against the conviction and death penalty awarded to them by the high court on March 13, 2014.The 23-year-old paramedic was brutally assaulted and raped by six persons in a moving bus in south Delhi and thrown out of the vehicle with her male friend on the night

sc verdict on friday on appeals of 4 convicts

The fate of four death row convicts of the sensational December 16, 2012 gangrape and murder case would be decided on Friday as the Supreme Court would deliver its verdict on their appeals challenging the Delhi High Court judgement.A bench comprising Justices Diapk Misra, R Banumathi and Ashok Bhushan would deliver the judgement in the case that had shaken the entire nation's conscience. The apex court had on March 27 reserved its verdict on the appeals of four convicts -- Mukesh, Pawan, Vinay Sharma and Akshay Kumar Singh -- against the conviction and death penalty awarded to them by the high court on March 13, 2014.The 23-year-old paramedic was brutally assaulted and raped by six persons in a moving bus in south Delhi and thrown out of the vehicle with her male friend on the night of Dec

sc disqualifies sharif, orders filing of graft cases against him

Nawaz Sharif today resigned as Pakistan Prime Minister after the Supreme Court disqualified him from holding public office and ruled that graft cases be filed against the beleaguered leader and his children over the Panama Papers scandal.It is the third time the 67-year-old veteran politician's term as premier has been cut short. The much-awaited verdict plunged Pakistan into a political crisis at a time when the country is facing a brittle economy and a surge in militancy.As the unanimous verdict by the five-judge bench was read out by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan inside the packed courtroom 1 of the Supreme Court, a large number of opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers celebrated outside.The court disqualified Sharif under Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution. The articles state that a

cases pending in sc, hcs down since 2014; upward swing in lower courts

The number of pending cases in the Supreme Court and the 24 high courts has gone down in the past three years but the pendency has seen an upward swing in the lower judiciary, says law ministry data.
According to figures compiled by the ministry, the apex court had 62,791 pending cases at the end of 2014. The figures went down to 59,272 in December 2015. But at the end of 2016, the pendency in the Supreme Court went up to 62,537.
The ministry said according to latest data provided by the SC, as on July 17, 2017, the pending cases have been pegged at 58,438. These include 48,772 civil and 9,666 criminal cases.
Similar is the case with the 24 high courts of the country where pending cases were pegged at 41.52 lakh at the end of 2014. In December 2015, the pendency went down to 38.70 la

punish people using forged caste certificates, says sc

In a significant verdict, the Supreme Court said on July 6 that people caught for using fake caste certificates to get quota facilities must be prosecuted with immediate effect and stripped of all reservation benefits. The apex court bench was referring to the practice of such certificates being used to get an entry into an educational institute or grab a government job.The issue came up while the apex court was examining the verdict of the Bombay High Court which had ruled that a person with long years of service under a reserved category could be allowed to continue even if it was found that he had submitted fake certificates to get the job. The apex court did not agree with the verdict of the high court and while striking it down felt that such practices by other high courts must be sto

sharif appears before court o face trial in corruption cases

Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif appeared before an anti-graft court on Tuesday to face trial in corruption cases against him in the Panama Papers scandal that forced him to resign.Sharif, 67, appeared before the Accountability Court Islamabad along with his daughter Maryam and son-in-law Captain (retired) Mohmmad Safdar. Sharif and some of his family members are facing charges relating to their ownership of properties in London.He resigned as prime minister in July after the country's Supreme Court disqualified him over undeclared income.Three cases were registered by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against Sharif, his children and son-in-law in the court on September 8.The Accountability Court is considering the verdict of the Islamabad High Court (IHC), which last

have lodged seven more cases in coal block allocation scam, ed tells sc

Enforcement Directorate (ED) has told the Supreme Court that it has lodged seven more cases in the coal block allocation scam and was in process of filing prosecution complaints against two firms, including M/s Jindal Steel and Power Ltd.In its tenth status report filed in the apex court for the period from January last year to September 30 this year, ED has said it had earlier received 55 FIRs from the CBI and registered enforcement case information report (ECIR) in all of them."Subsequent to the ninth status report, the Directorate of Enforcement has received seven more FIRs from the CBI and it has registered ECIR in respect of these seven cases," the agency told a bench headed by Justice M B Lokur.The agency told the bench, which also comprised Justices Kurian Joseph and A K Sikri, that

vyapam scam: insufficient closure - india legal

The Supreme Court has cancelled the degrees of 634 doctors connected to the Vyapam scam but the real culprits remain unidentified despite the loss of 50 lives so far~By Neeraj MishraFormer Additional Solicitor General Vivek Tankha has been at the forefront of a public interest litigation related to the country’s worst-ever education and jobs scam—widely known as the Vyapam scam—in the Supreme Court. Recently, the apex court cancelled the degrees of 634 doctors who had graduated between 2008 and 2012, in an appeal filed by 114 students who had been found guilty in an investigation instituted by Vyapam (Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board).  “It is not a satisfactory outcome,” he said, indicating that he expected the court to go a little further and identify the culprits or build a

court adjourns swamy's plea against tata sine die

A special court today adjourned sine die the hearing on BJP MP Subramanian Swamy's criminal complaint against industrialist Ratan Tata and others in connection with the 2G spectrum scam.Special Judge O P Saini was told by Swamy's counsel that more time was required to bring additional material in support of the plea as the politician has requested the probe agencies and filed an RTI to get the information.The court had on March one asked Swamy to bring more material in support of his complaint.It directed the complainant to file the documents "as and when" he receives it while adjourning it sine die (with no appointed date for resumption).The court, which is exclusively dealing with matters relating to the 2G spectrum allocation scam, had earlier said that the complaint was based on "presu

sc says newspaper companies must pay minimum wages

The Supreme Court on Monday (June 19) ordered that no contractual employee of any newspaper organization can be denied the benefits of the Majithia Wage Board, and thus reiterated the verdict of February 7, 2014.The apex court bench of Justices Ranjan Gogoi and Navin Sinha was hearing the petitions of Avishek Raja and 85 connected contempt petitions.Their allegation was about a group of contempt petitions against minimum wages not being followed by newspaper agencies.—India Legal Bureau

fodder scam: lalu appears before cbi court

This is not new to him, he has been there, done that. And he is not worried. Former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav, whose Rashtriya Janata Dal is majority partner in the Bihar government, flew to Ranchi on June 16 to appear before a special CBI court to answer questions regarding the huge fodder scam of the 1990s when he was CM.His lawyer had asked for exemption from personal appearance, but the court had rejected the plea. So he went.The scam amounted to Rs 1,000 crore – small compared to the scams unearthed these days, but huge in those times – was about the money withdrawn by Lalu’s the Animal Husbandry department from various districts and shown to be for strange objectives, such as oil to polish the cows’ horns.The current investigation, as per media reports, is about the illegal withdraw

scam id and scam block coming to metro pcs to stop scammers from calling your ip

Scam callers are never fun to deal with, and it can sometimes feel like half of all the calls you get throughout the day are from people trying to nab personal info that they have no business knowing. If you’re using your iPhone on MetroPCS, you’ll soon be able to use two new features that will make dealing with scammers a thing of the past.
The features are called Scam ID and Scam Block. Scam ID shows a “Scam Likely” message when you receive an incoming call that’s suspected to be a scammer, and Scam Block lets you completely block suspected scam calls from ever reaching your phone.According to T-Mobile’s Chief Operating Officer, Mike Sievert –“Scam ID and Scam Block are perfect examples of what the T-Mobile and MetroPCS are all about – we give you more without asking more from you. Thes

set up special courts to try politicians in criminal cases: sc to govt

The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Central government to set up special courts to exclusively try politicians facing criminal cases so that the trial in such cases is expedited.
The bench of Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Navin Sinha gave the government six weeks' time to place before it the scheme for setting up of such fast track courts and the finances involved for its implementation.
The top court also sought the status of the trial in 1,581 cases involving politicians since 2014, and how many fresh cases have been filed against politicians and lawmakers in three years since 2014 as it fixed December 13 as the next date of hearing.

centre moves sc against verdict negating protection to forces

The Centre today moved the Supreme Court seeking hearing on its curative plea against the verdict by which the protection given to armed forces during anti-militancy operations in areas where AFSPA is in force has been negated. The apex court in its verdict delivered on July 8 last year had given the state police liberty to probe the role of armed forces in alleged encounter cases in areas where the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) is in force.A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justices D Y Chandrachud and S K Kaul agreed to hear the curative plea in which it has been alleged that the army and paramilitary forces are combat forces and there should not be this kind of fetter on them in anti-militancy operations. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the Centre, a

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