All India Muslim Women Personal Law Board (AIMWPLB) president Shaista Amber said that the signature campaign on 'triple talaq' launched by the AIMPLB is not to empower Muslim women but to mislead them.
The Supreme Court slammed the Centre for sitting over the recommendations of the top court collegium for the appointment of judges to various High Courts, terming the move as amounting to paralysing and locking out the judiciary.
On the Uniform Civil Code, he said, "the government will do everything in a transparent manner. It will take Parliament into confidence. Some sections are resorting to a false propaganda that the government is trying to implement Common Civil Code from backdoor."
The Supreme Court on Friday asked Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy to deposit another Rs 200 crore by November 28, as it extended its interim order granting him parole till then.
The Supreme Court said the Justice Lodha Committee will appoint an independent auditor to study BCCI's finances, including contracts involving media rights.
"We will be happy to hear it", a bench comprising Justices A R Dave and A M Khanwilkar said when senior lawyer Kapil Sibal, appearing for Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy, said Rs 200 crore which was to be deposited by October 24 would be submitted on Friday.
Spelling out practical problems it had encountered in implementing the Justice Lodha committee's reforms in the BCCI and its affiliates in totality, Mumbai Cricket Association has said it already had in place measures that, by and large, jell well with the reform process.
The Supreme Court had two days ago summoned Katju to appear in person before it to point out the "fundamental flaws" as claimed by him in Soumya rape case.