'Recall Prashant Bhushan contempt verdict': Ahead of SC decision on quantum of sentence, 122 students pen open letter
Bhushan, who was convicted for contempt of court on 14 August over his tweets criticising the judiciary, is facing imprisonment of up to six months or a fine of up to Rs 2,000 or both under the Contempt of Court Act.
The Surpeme Court had in July extended the term of the three administrative members of the Armed Forces Tribunal for a period of one month
Prashant Bhushan contempt case in SC: Activist-lawyer quotes Mahatma Gandhi, says 'do not ask for mercy': full text
Bhushan, after the Supreme Court rejected his plea that the arguments on quantum of sentence be heard by another top court bench, said his tweets were "nothing but a small attempt to discharge" what he considered to be his "highest duty at this juncture in the history of our republic."
Chief Justice of India SA Bobde told solicitor general Tushar Mehta to let Italy pay compensation to the victims' families, after which the court (may or will?) allow the withdrawal of case against the marines
'Prashant Bhushan's tweets bring disrepute to judiciary': SC initiates suo motu contempt proceedings
The Supreme Court also asked Prashant Bhushan to explain as "why contempt of court proceedings should not be initiated against him over his tweets on judiciary"
The apex court also said it was 'appalled' that the gangster got bail despite so many cases against him.
Vikas Dubey encounter: SC may consider appointing panel to probe deaths of 8 UP cops, gangster and his aides
A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde observed that monitoring of investigation is something which the court is very reluctant to do
P Dhanapal allegedly delayed a decision on the membership of AIADMK MLAs who voted against the E Planiswami govt in 2017
COVID-19 Lockdown: Indore NGO seeks CJI's help in rescuing 150 people with disabilities stranded across India
An NGO from Indore in Madhya Pradesh has sent a letter petition to the Chief Justice of India seeking direction to authorities to ensure people with disabilities reach their homes safely amid coronavirus lockdown
Congress urges Centre to scrap Rs 22,000-cr Central Vista project, says funds can be used in fight against COVID-19
Taking a dig at Centre's ambitious Central Vista redevelopment project, the Congress named the plight of migrant workers across India and the lack of PPEs for doctors at the forefront of the COVID-19 battle as some of the costs "India has to bear" for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "dream to live in a new house and address MPs from a new Parliament building"
Supreme Court to set up vacation bench during week-long Holi break to hear urgent and ‘death penalty-related’ cases
For the first time, the Supreme Court will have a vacation bench during the upcoming one-week Holi break to hear urgent matters. Usually, a vacation bench of the apex court only sits during the nearly six-week long summer break in May and June.
Six Supreme Court judges down with H1N1 virus; CJI SA Bobde directs lawyers, court staff to be vaccinated to curb infection
With six Supreme Court judges infected with H1N1, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde Tuesday held a meeting with judges and suggested that lawyers and court staffs be vaccinated to curb the infection.
Supreme Court directs Centre, Assam government to file status report on Bangladeshi migrants in detention centres
The Supreme Court Friday directed the Centre and the Assam government to file a fresh report with regard to the status of release of Bangladeshi migrants in detention centres as per its earlier order
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.
2012 Delhi gang-rape: CJI SA Bobde recuses himself from hearing on convict's plea seeking review of death penalty
The CJI said one of his relatives had earlier appeared on behalf of the victim's mother in the 2012 Delhi gangrape case and observed that it would be appropriate that some other bench hear the review plea at 10.30 am tomorrow.
Sabarimala row: Supreme Court says 2018 verdict allowing all women entry into temple not 'final word'; matter referred to larger bench
In September 2018, a Constitution bench had, by a majority 4:1 verdict, allowed girls and women of all ages to visit the Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala.