Courts hit by nationwide lawyers’ strike

NEW DELHI - Lawyers across the country Tuesday went on a daylong strike, demanding the withdrawal of amendments in the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) because of which it is no longer mandatory for the police to arrest someone charged with an offence punishable with up to seven years in jail.

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Apex court allows SEBI team to quiz Satyam’s Raju brothers

NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Tuesday gave market regulator SEBI the go ahead to interrogate disgraced Satyam founder B. Ramalinga Raju and his brother over the Rs.70 billion (Rs.7,000 crore) fraud.

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SEBI team to quiz Satyam’s Raju brothers from Wedensday

NEW DELHI/HYDERABAD - The Supreme Court Tuesday allowed the market regulator to interrogate Satyam founder B. Ramalinga Raju and his brother B. Rama Raju over the Rs.70 billion (Rs.7,000 crore) fraud. The two have decided not to challenge the ruling.

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SEBI allowed to quiz Satyam’s Raju brothers

NEW DELHI/HYDERABAD - The Supreme Court Tuesday allowed the market watchdog to grill Satyam Computer Services founder B. Ramalinga Raju and his brother B. Rama Raju over the Rs.70-billion accounting fraud - the biggest in India’s corporate history.

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Litigants suffer as lawyers’ strike hits courts

NEW DELHI - Lawyers of district courts across the country Tuesday went on a daylong strike demanding withdrawal of amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) that allow police not to arrest an accused in offences punishable up to seven years in jail.

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Supreme Court allows SEBI to quiz Satyam’s Raju brothers

NEW DELHI/HYDERABAD - The Supreme Court Tuesday allowed the market watchdog to grill Satyam Computer Services founder B. Ramalinga Raju and his brother B. Rama Raju over the Rs.70-billion accounting fraud - the biggest in India’s corporate history.

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Court asks Ansal Plaza shootout witness to record statement

NEW DELHI - A city court has sought the testimony of a man who says he had witnessed the shootout at the Ansal Plaza here seven years ago, in which police killed two suspected terrorists.

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Consumer court’s order against hefty credit card interest stayed

NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Tuesday suspended a consumer rights panel’s verdict ordering banks to put a cap of a 30 percent annual interest rate on default payments by their credit card subscribers.

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