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Flat buyers can team up to move National Consumer Forum against builders | Probe into Sahara-Birla diaries, denied : SC  | Votes cannot be sought in name of religion : 7 judge Bench SC   | SC removes Anurag as President and Ajay as Secretary of BCCI  | National Anthem mandatory in cinemas before screening : SC | Son, irrespective of his marital status, has no legal right in parents' self acquired property : Delhi High Court  | SC bans sale of fire crackers in Delhi NCR |

 SC refuses to stay cases against demonetization

| SC sends Amit Sibal's defamation case against Delhi CM to Delhi HC | SC refuses to accept rejection of collegium recommendations |  SC: situation could be serious post-demonetisation | Punjab State Law scrapping water sharing agreements with other states, held unconstitutional by SC  | SC panel recommends legal recognition of Sex workers | SC allows BCCI to spend on Rajkot tests | Despite SC ban, sale of acid over the counter, continues  | Voter has fundamental right to know about qualifications of candidate | SC directs MLAs to clean Delhi Garbage  | SC curbs BCCI's financial powers | Bail granted to RJD MP shahabuddin cancelled by SC  | Conviction of Former Director General of Police, SPS Rathore for molesting minor girl Ruchika, upheld by SC   |

Karnataka to give 6000 cusecs of water to TN till 27th Sept. : SC 

| Supreme Court reduces quantum of Cauvery water to be released by Karnataka  | Sc lifts ban on CBI investigation in Bulandhshahr gangrape case  | SC refuses to stay HC's verdict declaring LG as the administrative head of National Capital territory  | SC scraps acquisition of nearly 1,000 acres of land in West Bengal’s Singur for Tata Motors’ Nano car project,  |

Review Petition of Telangana for division of assets rejected by SC 

| Govt willing to remove cap on appointment of lawyers as SC judges | Five-judge bench to examine if Supreme Court comes under RTI | Supreme Court panel requests Australian authority for sale of PACL properties | Unitech tells SC it does'nt have funds to refund home buyers  | Ban on registration of large diesel cars lifted, 1% environment cess imposed | Tengpora killings: Contempt proceedings against top cops stayed by SC  | States to consider life imprisonment for milk adulteration | Defamation cases cannot be filed against political opponents for criticism : SC to Jayalalithaa  | SC issues guidelines for selection of Trial Court Judges  | Tradition cannot justify Jallikattu : SC | SC directs Maharashtra government to set up a medical board to examine an alleged rape victim who wants to abort her 24-weeks-old 'abnormal' fetus.  | Salman Khan acquitted in Chinkara poaching case by Rajasthan HC  | Congress Rule in Arunachal Pradesh restored :SC | SC refers LGBT Celebs Plea against Section 377 to Constitution Bench  | SC says it will examine if Triple Talaq is violative of Fundamental Rights    | Minor in Mercedes hit and run case to be tried as adult | Ordinance signed partially over-turning SC order on NEET | Petitions challenging Constitutional validity of sections 499 and 500 IPC, dismissed by SC | No call drops compensation  | SC : Students who appeared in NEET 1 can sit in NEET 2 | Bombay High orders Adarsh Housing Society building's demolition  | SC clears common medical entrance test NEET | 2013 SC judgement on Common Medical Entrance Test recalled | Vijay Mallya directed to disclose assets by 21st April. | President Rule in Uttarakhand stayed, floor test ordered  | Photos of CM, Ministers and Governor, allowed in Govt. Ads | EPF Tax Proposal rolled back | SC asks BCCI as to why ministers need to be involved in cricket related matters | PIL for making Intelligence Agencies accountable, dismissed as getting into the domain of intellgence a threat to national security | Supreme Court tells AAP to resolve issue instead of approaching Court every time  | Wife's letter threatening divorce held to be an act of cruelty by Delhi High Court  | Army's command and exit policy upheld by Supreme Court  | SCBA president Mr. Dushyant Dave resigns  | Madras High Court Judge stays SC transfer order, plans to file FIR against SC judges | Supreme Court's decision to take up the matter relating to marriage and divorce rights of Muslim women, receives opposition from Jamiat-Ulama-i-Hind. | SC refers 377 IPC petitions to 5 judge Bench | Supreme Court recalls notice to AP's Governor, calling it a mistake and conceding that he enjoys immunity for acts done in official capacity | Passive Euthanasia, Supreme Court to hear Petitions | Supreme Court recalls its December 2015 verdict appointing retired Allahabad high court judge as UP Lokayukta, to appoint former HC judge Sanjay Misra in his place |

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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 09-08-2017
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 503 03-08-2017
    Sanjay Khanderao Wadane Vs. State of Maharashtra
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 511 03-08-2017
    Smt. Surekha & Ors. Vs. The Branch Manager, National Insurance Co. Ltd.
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 03-08-2017
    Commissioner of Income Tax – 1, Mumbai Vs. M/s Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
    INCOME TAX Income Tax Act, 1961 Sections 80HH, 80-I and 80-IA - Benefit under - Bottling of LPG cylinders – Whether amounts to ‘production’ or ‘manufacture’ for purpose of Sections 80HH, 80-I and 80-IA – Revenue’s contention that LPG produced and manufactured in refineries does not undergo any ch..
  • JT 2017 (7) SC 01-08-2017
    Central Bureau of Investigation Vs. M. Sivamani
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 383 01-08-2017
    Rajkishore Purohit Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and Others
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 292 27-07-2017
    Rajesh Sharma & Ors. Vs. State of U.P. & Anr.
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 307 26-07-2017
    The Greater Bombay Co-operative Bank Limited Vs. Mr. Nagraj Ganeshmal Jain & Ors.
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  • JT 2017 (7) SC 289 25-07-2017
    Neeraj Kumar Rai and ors. Vs. State of U.P. & Others
    EDUCATION / SERVICE AND LABOUR LAWS Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 Section 23(1) – Notification dt. 29.7. 2011 issued by NCTE providing for requirement of 50% marks in graduation as mandatory for appointment of teachers in schools - Validity of - Said requirement was ..
  • JT 2017 (7) SC 302 25-07-2017
    Ram Kumar Patel & Ors. etc. Vs. State of U.P. & Ors. etc.
    EDUCATION / SERVICE & LABOUR LAWS U.P. Basic Education (Teachers) Service (16th Amendment) Rules, 2012 Central Notification dt. 11.02.2011 providing for weightage to TET marks - Amendment to State Rules, on the ground of being in conflict with the Central Notification, quashed by impugned judgemen..
  • JT 2017 (7) SC 321 25-07-2017
    State of U.P. & Anr. etc. Vs. Anand Kumar Yadav & Ors. etc.
    EDUCATION / SERVICE AND LABOUR LAWS Uttar Pradesh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (First Amendment) Rules 2014 - Uttar Pradesh Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Rules, 2011, Rule 16-A [as introduced vide Amendment Rules] - The Uttar Pradesh Basic Education (Teach..
  • JT 2017 (7) SC 352 25-07-2017
    State of U.P. and Ors. Etc. Etc. Vs. Shiv Kumar Pathak and Ors. Etc. Etc.
    EDUCATION / SERVICE AND LABOUR LAWS U.P. Basic Education (Teachers) Service Rules, 1981 Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RTE Act), Section 23 - National Council for Teachers Education Act, 1993 (NCTE Act), Section 12(d) read with Section 12A - Constitution of India, 19..
  • JT 2017 (7) SC 287 24-07-2017
    Smt. P. Chandrakala Vs. K. Narender & Anr.
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