Key SC decisions LIVE | SC to hear post lunch plea for stopping use of electoral bonds for donation to political parties

An action-packed Wednesday at the top court today. Earlier today, the Supreme Court (SC) dismissed objections raised by the Union government on the admissibility of new documents, including defence ministry's note, for recommending its Rafale judgement. Soon after, the SC announced that it has dismissed the bail plea of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav in a multi-crore fodder scam cases. Later in the day, the apex court is expected to make key decisions on NRC and electoral bonds. Stay tuned to Deccan Herald for all the live updates!
  • 13:34

    SC to hear post lunch plea for stopping use of electoral bonds for donation to political parties

  • 13:32

    Centre led by A-G defends electoral bonds before Supreme Court

  • 11:31

    Fodder scam: SC dismisses bail plea of Lalu Yadav

    The Supreme Court Wednesday dismissed the bail plea of RJD supremoLaluPrasadYadav in multi-crore fodder scam cases.

    A bench headed by Chief Justice Rajan Gogoi said it is not inclined to enlargeYadavon bail in the cases. The bench rejectedYadav's arguments that he has been in jail for 24 months, saying in comparison to the 14-year sentence awarded to him, 24 months was nothing.

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  • SC declines urgent hearing of an appeal filed against Bombay HC order which had refused to interfere with the release biopic 'PM Narendra Modi'

    SC declines urgent hearing of an appeal filed against Bombay HC order which had refused to interfere with the release biopic 'PM Narendra Modi'. A Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi while declining urgent hearing in the plea says, “We have better things to do.” pic.twitter.com/EJtJXUiaxf

    — ANI (@ANI) April 10, 2019

  • 11:00

    SC dismisses Centre's objections on 'leaked' documents

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed objections raised by the Union government on the admissibility of new documents, including defence ministry's note, for recommending its Rafale judgement.

    A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and K M Joseph decided to consider merit and relevance of the contents of the documents, published in media reports. Pronouncing its judgement on preliminary objections by the Centre, the top court said it would now fix the matter for hearing on review petitions.

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  • 10:43

    Supreme Court dismisses Centre's preliminary objections seeking review of earlier judgment giving clean chit to the Union Government in Rafale deal.

  • 10:36

    Cong will investigate deals under BJP: Manifesto

    The Congress has promised to investigate procurement of Rafale fighter jets and several other deals under the BJP government and said it, if voted to power, would enforce anti-corruption laws without discrimination.

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  • 10:36

    Book on Rafale deal seized; handed over later

    Till about 1 pm on Tuesday, not many in Chennai knew that a book on the Rafale deal would be released. But by Tuesday evening, the book release became headlines on all Tamil television channels and even English news channels lapped it up.

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  • 10:29

    SC to pass order on review of Rafale judgement

    The Supreme Court is to deliver on Wednesday its orders if new "leaked" documents containing defence minister's notings pertaining to the 2016 Rafale fighter jet deal can be relied upon to seek review of its December 14, 2018 judgement.

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