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Hemant Gupta is a judge of Supreme Court of India and he was also former Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court. He will retire on 16 October 2022.
SC stays NCDRC order directing Yash Raj Films to pay Rs 10,000 compensation for excluding song shown in promo
The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the order of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) which had directed the production house Yash Raj Films to pay Rs 10,000 as compensation to a consumer who was aggrieved by the exclusion of th ...
Can't automatically assume death during surgery due to medical negligence, says SC
New Delhi, Sep 7 The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that in cases where the patient dies during ... ...
Right to shelter doesn't mean right to government accomodation: SC
Setting aside a Punjab and Haryana High Court order, which had allowed a retired Intelligence Bureau (IB) officer to retain government accommodation, the Supreme Court on Thursday has observed that "right to shelter does not mean right to government ...
Right to shelter doesn't mean govt housing for unlimited period: SC
New Delhi, Aug 12 The Supreme Court has held that the fundamental right to shelter cannot be construed ... ...
States have power for prisoner's premature release after 14 yrs: SC
New Delhi, Aug 3 The Supreme Court on Tuesday said if a prisoner has undergone more than 14 ... ...
Congress will take up issues of people, says Congress leader Dinesh Gundu Rao
Ahead of local body polls, Congress in charge of Tamil Nadu Dinesh Gundu Rao, on Friday said the party is strengthening itself at the grassroots levels and will take up the issues of people. ...
Industrial court has no jurisdiction to prosecute petition of contractual workers-Supreme Court
Aurangabad, July 22: The Supreme Court has rejected a Special Leave Petition (SLP), refusing to intervene in the Aurangabad ... ...
SC adjourns hearing of Delhi Police appeals against bail order to Pinjra Tod activists and Jamia student in Delhi riots case for four weeks
The Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned the hearing of the appeal of Delhi Police challenging the Delhi High Court's order granting bail to Pinjra Tod activists in the Delhi riots case for four weeks. ...