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The Padmanabhaswamy Temple and its treasure trove are back in focus with the Supreme Court-appointed amicus, Gopal Subramaniam, disclosing that he found a gold plating machine inside the temple, suggesting stealth in an organised manner by the
Senior lawyer RF Nariman on Monday resigned as Solicitor-General . Neither the government nor Nariman gave reasons for the sudden move but people close to the development said Nariman was unhappy with the way the law ministry was treating his office.
New Delhi, February 4, 2013 Rohinton Nariman Eighteen months after his appointment as Solicitor-General of India, senior advocate Rohinton Nariman has resigned from the post amid speculation that the decision came over his differences with the Law
India's Sahara group to refund $3bn 'in three months' Sahara group is led by flamboyant businessman Subroto Roy India's Sahara business group, which was ordered by the Supreme Court to refund $3bn to its investors, has said it will do so within three
The high court, while quashing the agreement, directed lease holder Jal Mahal Resorts Private Ltd. to restore the monument and the lake to its original state. The apex court vacation bench of Justice Deepak Verma and Justice S.J. Mukhopadhaya
The Supreme Court on Friday entertained the Maharashtra government's appeal challenging the acquittal of two 26/11 accused -- Fahim Ansari and Sabauddin Sheikh -- but said it was a weak case where evidence gathered was not clinching to prove their
It is "not a point of no return" for Solicitor General Gopal Subramaniam even as he has offered to quit, sources close to the country's number two law officer said Sunday, after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked him to wait. The issue was still "
Solicitor general Gopal Subramaniam on Sunday said that he tendered his resignation as a special counsel was appointed to represent the government in the 2G spectrum case without taking him into confidence, which was "unfair". "I tendered my
In a surprise development, solicitor general Gopal Subramaniam today offered to resign, apparently upset over a government move to hire a private lawyer to represent telecom ministry in the 2G scam case. Subramaniam is understood to have spoken to
The Supreme Court will begin hearing appeals filed by the accused, the CBI and the government of Maharashtra from March 29...Gopal Subramaniam, Solicitor General, desired six weeks time for getting Hindi/Marathi texts translated into English.