Migrant Crisis: In SC today, SG Tushar Mehta calls govt detractors 'prophets of doom', says receiving or host states paying fares for transporting workers
The Supreme Court on Thursday finally intervened in the migrant crisis unfolding since a punishing lockdown was imposed over two months ago at four-hours' notice.
Congress' RS Surjewala moves SC over migrant crisis; seeks to be heard in suo motu case listed for tomorrow
Surjewala has requested in his plea that the Centre should be directed to come up with a nationwide plan to ease the pressure on India's migrant population
SC finally takes suo motu cognisance of migrant workers' plight after saying 'can't monitor who walks on roads'; issues notices to Centre, state govts
Supreme Court of India finally broke its silence on the misery of migrant workers on Tuesday, more than two months after millions of poor labourers were left without jobs in industrial cities, miles away from their homes.
'How can we stop people from walking?': SC dismisses plea seeking provision of food and water for stranded migrant workers
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a petition seeking the provision of food and water to migrant workers walking back to their native states amid the coronavirus lockdown. The apex court said that "it is impossible" for courts to monitor or stop the movement of migrant workers
CJI SA Bobde refuses to hear PIL demanding CAA be declared constitutional; SC bench says these petitions don't help in bringing peace in nation
The bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said it will hear the petitions challenging the validity of CAA when the violence stops
Supreme Court asks Centre to consider deploying CISF cadre in courts to curb incidents of violence after Tis Hazari clash
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to look into the possibility of deploying a separate cadre of CISF in certain courts to check unruly incidents of violence.
SC seeks explanation from Assam govt over allegations of communal statements by state NRC coordinator Hitesh Dev Sarma
'He should not be saying all this', a bench headed by CJI SA Bobde observed after senior advocate Kapil Sibal drew attention to alleged statement
Supreme Court declines to pass any order on pleas by two women activists seeking safe entry of women to Sabarimala temple
Top court said the issue was 'very emotive' and it did not want the situation to become 'explosive' and that it would endeavour to constitute the larger bench at the earliest to hear the matter
Sabarimala temple row: SC to hear Kerala woman's plea next week; activist Bindu Ammini had earlier said she was stopped from entering shrine
The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear next week the plea of a Kerala woman who was allegedly prevented from visiting the Sabarimala temple despite the apex court's verdict allowing entry of women of all age groups into the shrine
SC to hear next week plea of woman barred from entering Sabarimala temple despite apex court's nod allowing women of all age groups to visit shrine
Recently a woman activist, Bindu Ammini, and one Fathima have been prevented from entering Sabarimala temple even after five-judge Constitution bench, by majority of four is to one, in its verdict delivered in September last year, had allowed girls, women of all age groups to visit Sabarimala in Kerala
SC asks J&K administration to review imposed restrictions from time-to-time; apex court to hear arguments on internet restriction pleas on 5 Nov
A bench headed by Justice NV Ramana, which was hearing a batch of petitions challenging the restrictions imposed in the state following the scrapping of its special status, was told by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta that they were reviewing restrictions on a daily basis
Saradha scam: CBI summons former Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar for questioning on Saturday
The CBI has summoned former Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar to appear for questioning on Saturday in connection with its probe into the Saradha scam, officials said
The Bombay High Court on Wednesday gave the University of Mumbai another chance to ensure that the technical glitches it faced with the on-screen marking (OSM) system during the summer semester are not repeated during the winter semester this year.
The court made it clear it will not frame any or guidelines rules on how the issue of cow vigilantism needs to be handled ahead of Eid al-Adha and noted that maintenance of law and order is the responsibility of the police
The Bombay High Court accepted Maharashtra government's statement to not allow children below the age of 14 years to participate in the 'Dahi Handi' festival.