The Supreme Court today asked Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir, besides the Centre and the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB), to sit together and “make an endeavour” to narrow down their differences over their rights in river projects.

A Bench comprising Justices CK Prasad and Kurian Joseph passed the order after counsel representing the states told the court that their clients had framed issues to enable the court to adjudicate the original suit filed by Haryana in 2009.

The Supreme Court has fixed Rs 770 per square yard as the compensation for the land acquired in Fatehabad district in 2002 for godowns and rice mills at Tohana by the Haryana State Cooperative Supp

The Supreme Court has quashed the Haryana government’s 1989 declaration for acquisition of 13 kanals of land in Panipat for HUDA as the order had been issued without waiting for the Collector’s rep

The Supreme Court today allowed the use of forest areas in Faridabad for holding marriages and parties but suspended mining of 20 million metric tonnes of minor minerals in Sonepat and Panipat.

Tata Housing Development Company today agreed in the Supreme Court not to go ahead with its high-rise buildings project near Chandigarh’s Sukhna Lake till further orders as the SC sought its respon

The Supreme Court has sought the response of the Centre and states to a PIL pleading for provision of residential accommodation to all homeless families living in public places such as footpaths, f

The Supreme Court (SC) today raised by 23.33 per cent the compensation for seven bighas acquired by the Haryana Government in 1992 for the construction of a sector road under the Bahadurgarh scheme

Another PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking cancellation of the contract awarded to Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and Canada-based NIKO Resources for exploration and production of natur

Expressing “deep concern” over the recent tragedy caused by floods and landslides in Uttarakhand, the Supreme Court today directed the Centre and the state government not to clear any hydroelectric

The Supreme Court has directed the Haryana Government to pay additional Rs 9,24,644 per acre to landowners in Manesar, Gurgaon, for the acquisition of 771 acres of land in 2002 for the second and t