TRS MLAs poaching case: Supreme Court quashes Telangana HC order permitting SIT probe

In Hyderabad, the SIT has filed a memo in the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) court with a plea to issue a warrant against BJP national general secretary B L Santhosh to appear before the SIT.

The Supreme Court has quashed the Telangana High Court division bench order which said that a probe by the state-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) into the alleged offer of bribes to four TR… [+2720 chars]

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This is what the Supreme Court needs to ask Harvard

On October 31, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a pair of cases that threaten to end "affirmative action," as has been practiced by America's colleges and universities for nearly half a century.

Trump taxes: Supreme Court clears Democrats to see returns

Congressional Democrats have been chasing access to Mr Trump's financial records for three years.

New Zealand Supreme Court rules voting age of 18 is discriminatory

Following the ruling, lowering the voting age will now have to be debated in parliament.

Supreme Court will hear Navajo Nation's water-rights case - Reuters

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to review a decision that revived a long-running lawsuit by the Navajo Nation, which claims that the U.S. Interior Department has a duty to develop plans to provide the reservation with an adequate water supply. The hig…

Denmark's dividend tax lawsuit heads for UK Supreme Court - Reuters

The Danish tax authority's attempt to pursue almost 80 defendants in London over alleged tax fraud, including Dubai-based hedge fund manager Sanjay Shah's Solo Capital Partners, is heading for the UK Supreme Court, lawyers said on Monday.

Supreme Court considers fate of landmark Indian adoption law

At issue is whether the the Indian Child Welfare Act — aimed at preventing Native American children from being separated from their tribes — is tribal protection or racial classification.

Supreme Court To Consider Overseas Reach of US Trademark Law

The US Supreme Court will debate the worldwide reach of federal trademark law, agreeing to consider the extent to which a foreign-based company can be forced to pay damages for infringing sales that take place overseas. From a report: The justices said they w…

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