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The Court, while exercising powers under Section 11 of the Act, can refuse to refer the parties to arbitration only where “it is manifestly and ex facie certain that the arbitration agreement is nonexistent, invalid or the disputes are non-arbitrable, though the nature and facet of non-arbitrability would, to some extent, determine the level and nature of judicial scrutiny.”

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Detailed Report: On 10-10-2018, the Viceroy Hall of The Claridges, New Delhi witnessed the presence of some eminent Judges of the Supreme

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In yet another unprecedented move by Justice J Chelameswar, the soon to retire Supreme Court judge has declined to attend his farewell function

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Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu has rejected the impeachment motion against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, moved by 7 opposition parties.