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User: avyakto Topic: Torture
Category: Reform :: Representation
Last updated: Dec 15 2018 15:29 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Industry body seeks changes in new direct tax code 10.10.2009 New Kerala: Business India
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Industry body seeks changes in new direct tax code 10.10.2009 India eNews: Business
An industry body Saturday urged the government to remove some provisions in the Direct Tax Code draft, especially those taxing capital gains arising on indirect transfer of Indian assets.
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Lawyers’ body keeps hawk eye on campaign 6.10.2009 Indian Express: Pune
City-based lawyers’ organisation Adhivakta Parishad is keeping a close watch on candidates to see whether any of them is campaigning on the basis of religion, community, origin, language or belief.
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PMK cuts ties with AIADMK 5.10.2009 Hindu: Front Page
CHENNAI: The PMK on Sunday snapped ties with the AIADMK, bringing to an end a relationship formed just before the Lok Sabha polls. Provocation The immediate provocation was the petition filed by AIADMK ...
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Panel finds fresh evidence of land-grabbing by Dinakaran 4.10.2009 TOI: India
Chennai's Forum for Judicial Accountability (FJA) has come up with more serious evidence of properties allegedly acquired by judge P D Dinakaran and his immediate family members.
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Buta�s stand on Dinakaran draws flak 27.9.2009 Deccan Herald: National
Buta�s stand on Dinakaran draws flak
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Decision on Dinakaran likely to be delayed 23.9.2009 Deccan Herald: National
Decision on Dinakaran likely to be delayed
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Constitutional balance 23.9.2009 HBL: Opinion
Never before in the history of independent India have 11 senior lawyers been constrained to submit a representation to the Supreme Court making serious allegations such as amassing of wealth and appropriation of public property and passing of
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Judicial appointments and norms 23.9.2009 Hindu: Opinion
“…The public injury which may be caused by appointment of a Judge lacking in integrity would be infinitely more than the public injury which may result from non-appointment of a competent Judge possessing integrity.”
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Dinakaran opts out of Oz trip 20.9.2009 Deccan Herald: National
Dinakaran opts out of Oz trip
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Drive against Human Trafficking and Crime against Women to be intensified: Ajay Maken 19.9.2009 Govt of india: PIB
Drive against Human Trafficking and Crime against Women to be intensified: Ajay Maken
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Let Santosh Hegde probe K’taka CJ: Jurists 19.9.2009 New Indian Express
Let Santosh Hegde probe K’taka CJ: Jurists
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Flood of allegations against him 19.9.2009 TOI: Bangalore Times
All the four companies - Dear Lands, Amudham Gardens, Amirtham Gardens and Canaan Gardens -- were incorporated on August 23, 2001, about five years after Dinakaran was appointed a judge of the Madras high court.
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Chandy for settlement 19.9.2009 Hindu: New Delhi
Construction of new dam
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Lawyers defend CJ; Vaigai sticks to her guns 18.9.2009 New Indian Express
Lawyers defend CJ; Vaigai sticks to her guns
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Campaign against Dinakaran gains momentum 18.9.2009 The Pioneer
Campaign against Dinakaran gains momentum
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Manipur crying for help 18.9.2009 Asian Age: Others
Anil Bhat Sept.18 : It is not very often that both the Prime Minister and the Union home minister express their concern over deterioration of security and the law and order situation in states ruled by the political party they represent. However, this is exactly what both Dr Manmohan Singh and P. Chidambaram conveyed about Manipur, Assam and Nagaland. On Tuesday, Mr Chidambaram singled out Manipur as the biggest problem in the Northeast and called it a blot in improving its picture. Dr Singh asked the chief ministers of all the northeastern states to pay particular attention to the implementation of infrastructure projects. Instead of relying completely on Central paramilitary forces and the Army, Dr Singh emphasised the need to have more ...
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Keep off court proceedings, lawyers tell CJ Dinakaran 18.9.2009 Deccan Herald: National
Keep off court proceedings, lawyers tell CJ Dinakaran
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HC Bar mulls boycott of Dinakaran’s court 17.9.2009 The Pioneer
HC Bar mulls boycott of Dinakaran’s court
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CJI summoned Justice Dinakaran to Delhi 16.9.2009 Hindu: Front Page
Judge slated for Supreme Court appointment offered his explanation, denying all the charges
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