SC judgements in vernacular languages: TN CM thanks Centre

Tamilnadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami yesterday lauded the Central government for making Supreme Court judgements available in vernacular languages. Continue Reading

Karnataka chaos: SC asks if Speaker has power to challenge its order

Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy alleged in the Supreme Court today that the top court’s order on the resignations of the rebel Congress-JD(S) MLAs was passed without issuing a notice to the State Assembly Speaker. Continue Reading

Jacobite-Malankara stand-off: Orthodox church turns down call for talks

Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church yesterday turned down participating in the conciliatory meeting convened by the State government over the Jacobite-Malankara stand-off issue. The Kerala government in a bid to solve the stand-off took up conciliatory measures. Continue Reading

LS polls: SC refuses to hear plea seeking action against Modi, Shah

The Supreme Court today refused to hear Congress MP Sushmita Dev’s plea seeking action against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah for alleged poll code violations. Continue Reading

SC order applicable for AIADMK MLA Prabhu also

Assembly Secretary K Srinivasan today said the Supreme Court’s stay order on Speaker P Dhanapal’s notice to AIADMK MLAs is also applicable for Kallakurichi MLA Prabhu. Continue Reading

PM biopic: SC refuses to interfere with EC’s order

The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the Election Commission’s order banning release of the biopic on Prime Minister Narendra Modi until 19 May. Continue Reading

SC refuses to entertain plea alleging bribing in LS polls in TN

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea which alleged that people were being bribed on a massive scale for Lok Sabha polls in Tamilnadu. Continue Reading

2019 Elections: SC says no to by-poll in 3 TN constituencies

A petition seeking change of date of the election saying that the polls are held on 18 April which happens to be Big Thursday was dismissed by the Madras High Court. Continue Reading