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Social Media erupts against judiciary on oxygen audit report which slurs Kejri govt in Delhi

In the wake of Supreme Court appointed Oxygen Audit Panel’s interim report, which claimed that the Arvind Kejriwal government got four times more oxygen...

SC sets task force, Delhi NCR oxygen to be audited: Report

The Supreme Court has set up a twelve-member National Task Force (NTF) to facilitate a public health response to covid-19 based on scientific and...

Centre wins SC approval against Delhi HC’s ‘contempt’ notice

“The Centre and state governments are doing their best,” ruled the Supreme Court as it stayed a Delhi High Court’s contempt notice against Central...

Mr Chandrachud, would you haul DM Aligarh for asking a question to Rana Ayyub?

There is little reason not to support the observation of the Supreme Court that “people seeking help on social media” shouldn’t be booked.  This is...

SC comes down heavily on Bombay HC on Arnab case: Must not allow misuse of criminal law

The Supreme Court on Friday announced a detailed order in which it gave reasons for granting interim bail to Republic TV Editor in Chief...

BARC allegedly says no case against Republic TV: If true, Mumbai Police has lot to answer

The Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), in a sensational disclosure, has declared that there was never a case against the Republic TV network even...

‘Did we ask you to comment on NDTV show?’: Chandrachud to Sudarshan News

Sudarshan TV, in an affidavit, said it was deeply pained when NDTV aired a show on Hindu Terror and Saffron Terror. It seemed to...

Govt tells SC to look into digital media before they do with electronic ones

The government has lost little time in telling the Supreme Court that it must look into regulating digital media first before it lays down...

Supreme Court comes down hard on Mamata Banerjee

First the Election Commission directive against four top cops from doing poll duties in West Bengal. Now a rap on the knuckles by the Supreme Court...

Prashant Bhushan may have pushed his luck too far this time

Civil Riots…err…Rights Lawyer Prashant Bhushan literally gets away with murder. But this time he might have pushed his luck too far. Even as Advocate General...

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