Supreme Court to Hear Plea by Jaypee Infratech Homebuyers Tomorrow
Senior advocate Ajit Kumar Sinha mentioned the buyers’ writ petition before Chief Justice of India J S Khehar and sought an urgent hearing. Home buyers stage a protests outside Jaypee group's Noida office. (picture: CNN-News18)
New Delhi: Aggrieved homebuyers in Jaypee Infratech’s projects moved the Supreme Court on Wednesday, asserting their rights to avail remedies under consumer protection law.
New Delhi: A split verdict by the Supreme Court in the triple talaq case has given force to a judgment delivered by a smaller bench of the Court 15 years ago. Three judges on Tuesday endorsed and affirmed the 2002 judgment by a two-judge bench in Shamim Ara Vs State of Uttar Pradesh, buttressing the point that divorce among Muslims is not valid if it is not validated with reasons or without attempts of reconciliation between the couple.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court is all set to rule on Thursday whether the Right to Privacy is a fundamental right in India. A nine-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India JS Khehar will define the contours of privacy in India and the judgment is likely to have wide-ranging implications in our lives. Here is all you need to know about the case:
What is the Supreme Court judgment all about? Is the Right to Privacy a fundamental right that should get Constitutional protection?
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