The regulations for grievance handling procedure under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code have been notified, wherein the filing fee will be refunded to the stakeholder in case the complaint is found to be not "frivolous or malicious".
As the extradition trial of Vijay Mallya continues in a court in London, the government on Friday said it would take all possible steps to bring him back to the country.
The Supreme Court on Friday stayed a Madras High Court order directing Bengaluru jail authorities and the UIDAI to produce records containing the thumb impression of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa.
Vijay Mallya's defence on Thursday brought in a banking expert at his extradition trial as a witness to analyse the documents used by the liquor baron to seek loans from Indian banks.
The Delhi High Court has set aside the Central Information Commission (CIC) order declaring ministers as "public authorities" under the transparency law.
Delhi has become a difficult place to uphold the rule of law, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday said and pulled up the civic bodies for allowing illegal encroachments and constructions in the national capital.
A panel probing the allegations of overcharging against Gurgaon's Fortis hospital found "several irregularities" including protocols not being followed in a case related to the death of a 7-year-old girl who died of dengue.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that certificates issued by the Gram Panchayat secretary or executive magistrate by itself are "no proof of citizenship" unless it establishes the legacy linkages with a person who is an Indian citizen.
The Madhya Pradesh Assembly on Monday unanimously passed a bill awarding death to those found guilty of raping girls aged 12 and below.
The infamous business tycoon, who was out on bail till today, will meet his fate after the final round of hearing that is starting today and can extend up to December 14.
The court noted that the undertrials generally complain about not being provided with proper medical treatment and food in the jail.
The High Court also held that Tharoor has a "right to silence" under the Constitution and "no person can be compelled to give testimony or answer questions which may incriminate him".
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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has got the final approval to seize a city-based industrialist's Rs 1.59 crore deposits in connection with its probe into the HSBC black money list.
The order has come following an investigation by Sebi into the shareholding of Linaks Microelectronics during September to December 2014.
The apex court considered the statement and permitted the Centre to withdraw maximum four out of eight CAPF companies.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra directed the Kerala police to provide Hadiya with security and ensure that she travelled to Salem at the earliest.
The Supreme Court has said that courts cannot force a husband to "keep his wife" as it asked a man, a pilot by profession, to deposit Rs 10 lakh as interim maintenance for his estranged wife and upkeep of their son.
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The Supreme Court on Friday said it would hear on December 1 a plea seeking a series of steps to curb air pollution, including a ban on sale, possession and bursting of firecrackers across the country.
Jaitley also testified that several cricketing clubs were affiliated to the sports committee of DDCA and one such club was of the Syndicate Bank.
The Centre had earlier informed the court that CPCB had issued a direction prohibiting use of pet coke and furnace oil with immediate effect until further orders in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Haryana.
We must have the patience and the commitment to sustainability to make the IBC process work, said Uday Kotak, Exec VC & MD, Kotak Mahindra Bank.
City-based real-estate developer D S Kulkarni (DSK), battling allegations of financial irregularities, on Monday said the firm is "confident" of paying the returns to fixed-deposit holders who have accused it of default.