Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay told the attorney-general that the letter to the CJI by the Andhra Pradesh chief minister 'scandalises' the authority of both the Supreme Court and the high court
Delhi HC refuses to order linking of social media accounts with PAN, Aadhaar, says data of genuine account holders at stake
The Delhi High Court Monday declined to order linking of social media accounts with Aadhaar, PAN or voter ID card for weeding out fake accounts
Delhi High Court to hear four PILs seeking framing of Uniform Civil Code, including one by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay today
All the four petitions have sought directions to the Centre to constitute a judicial commission or a high-level expert committee to draft the UCC within three months
Daily Bulletin: Odd-Even scheme in National Capital to end today; Delhi HC to hear petitions seeking framing of Uniform Civil Code; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Odd-Even to end today: Supreme Court to hear petition challenging scheme today; Union home secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla to appear before Parliamentary panel to discuss J&K, Ladakh situation; and more
WCD ministry wants law ministry on board after PIL filed in Delhi HC seeks uniform age of marriage for men, women
The Ministry of Women and Child Development told the Delhi High Court on Wednesday that the Law Ministry be also taken on board to deal with the issue of fixing a uniform age of marriage
Uniform Civil Code: Fresh PIL filed seeking creation of panel for drafting UCC; Delhi HC to hear petitions on 4 Nov
The Delhi High Court Tuesday said it would hear on 4 November the two petitions seeking its directions for drafting of a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) to secure gender justice and to promote fraternity and national integration
BJP leader demands equal status for Vande Mataram and National Anthem, files plea in Delhi High Court
A plea was filed in the Delhi HC seeking directions to the Centre to frame a policy to equally propagate the national anthem and the national song — 'Vande Mataram'.
Supreme Court issues notice to Election Commission on plea seeking action against parties invoking religion, caste in speeches
The Supreme Court had, in 2017, termed seeking votes on the basis of religion or caste as a "corrupt" poll practice and any such act would be against the secular ethos of the Constitution
Supreme Court ruling on lawyer-politicos: These professionals have enjoyed double employment since first Indian govt
The Supreme Court has dismissed a petition seeking to have politicians barred from practicing law, saying that there was no legislation to bar them from taking up both jobs.
BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay files PIL in SC challenging Article 370; claims special provision was 'temporary'
The plea has said the special provision was "temporary" in nature at the time of framing of the Constitution and Article 370 (3) lapsed with the dissolution of the Jammu and Kashmir Constituent Assembly on 26 January 1957.
Filing false election affidavit 'corrupt practice', but can't direct Parliament to frame law: Supreme Court
Supreme Court bench was hearing a petition filed by BJP leader and advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay seeking a direction to the Centre to take appropriate steps to make false declaration before the EC and Chief Electoral Officer an electoral offence
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a plea which had sought the court to issue various guidelines on poll campaign expenditure.
Allow Election Commission to consider cases of misuse of religion by candidates, PIL by Delhi BJP leader urges
A BJP leader has moved the Supreme Court seeking to empower the Election Commission (EC) to look into the complaints of misuse of religion by candidates.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notice on a fresh plea by a woman seeking to declare the practices of polygamy and 'nikah halala' among Muslims as unconstitutional.
On Thursday, many states filed affidavit saying they have been taking steps to appoint Lokayukta or Uplokayukta and some have recommended the name to a selection committee.
SC said a copy of the plea seeking treatment of two Election Commissioners at par with the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) in the matter of removability, be served upon the Attorney General of India.
Supreme Court on Friday sought the responses of the government and the election commission on a PIL seeking to restrain convicted politicians
BJP leader Ashwini Kumar seeks minority status for Hindus in eight states, files PIL in Supreme Court
With the Centre and state not notifying Hindus as a minority in these states, they are being deprived of their basic rights, said the PIL.
The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea seeking a direction to the Centre, the states and union territories to make Hindi compulsory for students of class I-VIII across the country to promote national unity.
The Supreme Court on Friday did not go into the debate for making singing of the National Song mandatory in schools while clarifying that it has "kept alive" such a plea only for the National Anthem without expressing any view on it.