SC refuses to impose pre-broadcast ban on TV programme claiming 'Muslim conspiracy' to infiltrate UPSC
A bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and KM Joseph said it has to first circumspect in imposing a prior restraint on publication or the airing of views by Sudarshan TV
A strange salvo from Salve: Senior lawyer's doctrine of 'judicial review', battle cry of 'discretion' astonishing, writes Mumbai-based lawyer
It also explains the carte blanche which Harish Salve repeatedly gives to the 'elected executive.' Salve’s political and legal philosophy, which he enthusiastically advocates for the courts to adopt, is one of unbridled and unfettered power to the executive to do as it pleases.
Karnataka political crisis: Supreme Court to hear plea of two independent MLAs for immediate floor test tomorrow
The Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday a fresh plea of two Independent Karnataka MLAs seeking holding of the floor test "forthwith" in the state Assembly on the trust motion moved by Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy
The Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to hear on 13 October the petition filed by Rohingya Muslims challenging the government's stand to deport them back to Myanmar.
Where there is a dispute on the basic facts of the case, unlike in a trial court which is obligated to conduct a trial and assess evidence, the Supreme Court may refuse to entertain an Article 32 petition asking the parties to approach a lower court.