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Supreme Court refuses to stay NGT order to reopen Vedanta’s Sterlite copper plant at Tuticorin

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to stay the green tribunal’s order of setting aside the Tamil Nadu government’s decision to close Vedanta’s Sterlite copper plant at Tuticorin. A bench, headed by Justice RF Nariman, sought response from Vedanta on the state government’s appeal against the National Green Tribunal’s (NGT’s) order to reopen the plant. Source: HT

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‘Much time has elapsed’: SC pulls up Centre on delay in appointing Lokpal

The Supreme Court today questioned the government over the delay in appointment of the Lokpal, directing it to file a fresh affidavit listing the steps taken in the last four months. “We may tell you much time has elapsed. Something needs to be done,” the bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul said, expressing its displeasure with the delay in appointing the anti-corruption ombudsman. HT

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‘A dream realised’: Woman who offered prayers at Sabarimala

Three months after the Supreme Court allowed women of all ages to worship at the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, two women entered the hilltop shrine on Wednesday after dodging eyes of angry devotees. One of them Bindhu Ammini, a 42-year-old guest lecturer from Kozhikode district, talked to the Hindustan Times and said both of them came as pilgrims, not activists. They have realised their dreams, she said. HT

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Rafale deal: Congress's 'chowkidar chor hai' attack deflated following SC's clean chit to Modi govt?

Hours after the Supreme Court said today that it found nothing wrong with a deal the Narendra Modi government signed with France to purchase 36 Rafale fighter jets, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi said that the top court judgment was based on a falsehood. "I do not understand how the Supreme Court judgment was based on a falsehood. Now the govt should answer where this CAG report is. Rs 30,000 crore of public money is at stake," said Rahul Gandhi. He even added he will prove that 'chowkidar chor hai'. Source: indiatoday

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