Supreme Court asks Centre to accommodate 1,965 applicants for Haj pilgrimage in age group of 65 to 69
Muslims aged between 65 and 69 years, who are fifth-time unsuccessful applicants for Haj pilgrimage, have a reason to rejoice as the Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Centre to accommodate 1,965 such people for travel to Mecca this year.
The Supreme Court has asked Karti Chidambaram, the son of senior Congress leader P Chidambaram, to approach the Delhi High Court on Thursday for seeking any interim relief in the INX Media money laundering case.
SC sets up SIT led by former Delhi HC judge SN Dhingra to supervise probe in 186 anti-Sikh riot cases
The Supreme Court on Thursday set up a three-member special investigation team (SIT) headed by former Delhi High Court judge Justice SN Dhingra to supervise further probe into 186 anti-Sikh riot cases.
The apex court said the visual medium is most effective and asked Doordarshan to prepare a programme in consultation with the Ministries of WCD and HRD.
Ryan International murder case: Supreme Court seeks response from Pintos on plea to cancel anticipatory bail
The Supreme Court on Friday sought the response of the Ryan group owners on a plea to cancel their anticipatory bail granted by Punjab and Haryana High Court
A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said the draft constitution should include the suggestions of the Lodha committee in its entirety before the apex court for a final decision
Supreme Court had earlier removed Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke as President and Secretary on 2 January for "obstructing" and "impeding" its directions for overhauling governance in the cricket body.
Supreme Court asked EC to file an affidavit on the factual position on the availability of EVM's with VVPAT
Union ministries have held a meeting with Jammu and Kashmir government to find a solution to issues, including whether the 68 percent Muslims in the state can be regarded as minority and can avail benefits under that category, the Centre told the Supreme Court on Monday.
The Supreme Court will go "paperless" within six to seven months, Chief Justice J S Khehar said on Friday.