login
  • SUBSCRIBER
  • User Name
  • Password
  • Remember Me
ad
19 Apr 2018, 17:30 HRS IST
|
SC says courts are not the place to settle business or political rivalry which has to be fought in markets or electionsThe PILs were without any truth and attempt was made to malign the judiciary: SCSC says it thought of initiating contempt proceedings against petitioners but decided not to go ahead with itSC says during arguments, counsel for petitioners forgot to maintain institutional civility towards judges and made wild allegationsSC criticises attempts by senior advocates and activist lawyers to make insinuations against judges including that of the apex courtSC says frivolous and motivated litigation has been filed to settle political rivalryIt becomes clear that with these petitions real attempt and frontal attack was made on independence of judiciary: SCDocuments placed on record and their scrutiny establishes that Loya's death was due to natural cause: SCThere is no reason to doubt statements of four judges on circumstances leading to the death of Loya: SCSC says attempts were made to scandalise judiciary by levelling serious allegations against judicial officers and judges of Bombay HCSC dismisses pleas to probe alleged mysterious death of CBI judge B H Loya, who was hearing Sohrabuddin Sheikh fake encounter case
  • PTI
add
add

    • Former TN chief secy gave wrong info on Jayalalithaa's health: CM

    •  Share
    • Print Print
    •  E-mail
    • Comments Comment
    • [ - ] Text [ + ]
    0:43 HRS IST



    Coimbatore, Apr 15 (PTI)
    Tamil Nadu chief minister K Palaniswami today accused former chief secretary P Rama Mohana Rao of providing wrong information about late chief minister J Jayalalithaa's health.

    Rao was trying to shield somebody in this regard, Palaniswami told reporters at the airport here, without naming anyone.

    On the Cauvery issue, he said this cannot be solved through Twitter or Facebook, but legally.

    Palaniswami said he had submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to implement the Supreme Court's verdict in this regard.

    On the ongoing agitation against Sterlite, he said the factory was closed in 2003 and the case is being heard by a court.

    • Post your comments