All stories by Aashish Aryan
How the once mighty Singh brothers fell from graceRediff.com21 Oct 2019
From Ranbaxy to Religare, Aashish Aryan takes you through a maze of legal cases involving Malvinder Mohan Singh and his younger brother Shivinder Mohan Singh. Both are in police custody following a complaint of fund siphoning.
Article 370 scrapped, but legal challenge loomsRediff.com6 Aug 2019
If the apex court agrees to hear the petitions challenging the removal of Article 370, it would be interesting to see if there is an immediate status quo on further proceedings or if it will decide after hearing all the petitions, reports Aashish Aryan.
NCLAT chair Justice Mukhopadhaya's biggest challengeRediff.com26 Jul 2019
As NCLAT chair, lack of basic infrastructure remains Justice Mukhopadhaya's biggest challenge. The lack of permanent staff to take down orders in shorthand and later type them out for him to correct is just one among many. In cases where there are a number of intervening parties and applicants, the courtroom is often so jam-packed that even the senior advocates have failed to find place inside.
Pay Rs 18,000 crore, you can go abroad, Delhi HC tells Naresh GoyalRediff.com9 Jul 2019
Court order follows submission of govt lawyers that Serious Fraud Investigation Office was probing a case of misappropriation of fund by Jet Airways and Goyal.
J&J to pay Rs 25 lakh each to 67 victims of faulty ASR hip implantsRediff.com31 May 2019
Of the 289 faulty hip implant victims identified, 93 patients had undergone revision surgeries. The company, however, said it could reach only 67 patients and would pay Rs 25 lakh each to the other 26 as well after verifying their claims and if those patients approached J&J.
Vikram Bakshi gets one last chance to settle Hudco duesRediff.com29 May 2019
Hudco had in 2006 given a loan of Rs 62.38 crore to Bakshi's private venture, Ascot Hotels and Resorts, for a commercial project in Noida. The loan, however, turned NPA in 2011.
McDonald's vs Vikram Bakshi: Curtain comes down on the 6-year disputeRediff.com7 May 2019
The two parties have also approached the Delhi high court pleading that two earlier court orders be modified allowing Bakshi to sell his shares in Connaught Plaza Restaurant to McDonald's India.
'Mischievious forces' behind CJI chargesRediff.com21 Apr 2019
There was no occasion for the woman to interact directly with the CJI, notes Supreme Court Secretary General S S Kalgaonkar.
Bankruptcy: Creditors recover nearly half of total claimsRediff.com15 Apr 2019
The total admitted claim of financial creditors of these 88 companies stood at Rs 1.3 trillion, of which they recovered Rs 65,635 crore.
Unique 'punishment' for 2G accusedRediff.com8 Feb 2019
High court orders Swan Telecom's promoter Shahid Balwa, the director of Kusegaon Fruits and Vegetables, Rajeev Agarwal, and three firms, namely Dynamic Realty, DB Realty, and Nihar Constructions to plant 3,000 trees each in the Delhi's South Ridge forest area.
Vedanta got Sterlite unit reopened, well almostRediff.com25 Jan 2019
The plant had been kept shut in violation of the order of the NGT and a subsequent interim order of the top court.
Aadhaar: Private entities can't store individuals' data anymoreRediff.com3 Jan 2019
The amendment says that UIDAI can now give directions as it may consider necessary to any entity in the Aadhaar ecosystem
India should have been declared a Hindu country, says Meghalaya judgeRediff.com13 Dec 2018
Justice S R Sen also wants Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsis, Christians, Khasis, Jaintias and Garos who have come from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan to be made Indian citizens without any questions. Aashish Aryan/Business Standard reports.