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Jaitley Clarifies on Why Govt is Helpless to Bring Back Black Money Despite Election Promise

Jaitley has to cover up for Narendra Modi’s promise made during the elections that within 3 months the black money stashed abroad will be brought back home, in a write up saying India will pursue black money, not adventurism. Yesterday, the government told the Supreme Court it can’t yet disclose the names of people who have allegedly stashed their ill-gotten ...

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Supreme Court Grants Bail for Jayalalitha in DA Case

The Supreme Court granted bail to Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalitha on Friday in disproportionate assets case, after she spent 21 days in Karnataka jail. Along with Jayalalithaa, her aide Sasikala and two others have also been granted bail. On September 27, Jayalalitha had been found guilty by Karnataka special court in the 18-year-old disproportionate assets case and ...

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SC Denies to Intervene in Sai Baba Vs Shankaracharya Controversy

After a statement made by Shankaracharya of Dwarkapeeth on worshipping Sai Baba, the Supreme Court on Monday denied intervening in the controversy, clearing it as a subject of faith. Regarding the controversy sparked by Shankaracharya Swaroopananda Saraswati, the apex court stated that Sai Baba devotees can file a civil suit or criminal case against Shankaracharya if their right to worship ...

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Coal Scam: Supreme Court to Decide Fate of 218 Coal Blocks

The fate of the 218 coal blocks, which were allocated to companies illegally by the Centre, will be decided by the Supreme Court on Wednesday. The Supreme Court had reserved its order on the cancellation of coal block allocations that were earlier declared illegal, jeopardising projects built around the blocks and threatening to exacerbate a shortage of fuel. During the ...

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