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Sep 06, 2018
Supreme Court's verdict on Section 377: LGBTQ community members, activists celebrate landmark judgmentThe Supreme Court on Thursday passed a verdict on Section 377 of the IPC, and said consensual sex between homosexual adults is not a criminal offence. However, unnatural sex with animals remains criminalised.
May 08, 2018
CJI impeachment row: Congress questions setting up of five-judge bench, denies petition was politicalThe Congress on Tuesday questioned the setting up of a five-judge bench to hear a petition challenging rejection of the impeachment notice against Chief Justice of India
Apr 23, 2018
Venkaiah Naidu rejects Congress' impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra: 5 reasons that explain the decisionVice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu has rejected the 'impeachment motion' against Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra citing 'no proof of misconduct' by him.
Apr 18, 2018
Google and smart card companies have created a lobby against Aadhaar, claims UIDAIThe Senior counsel Rakesh Dwivedi who is representing the UIDAI said that a 'campaign has been unleashed' against the Aadhaar card by these smart card companies
Mar 15, 2018
Supreme Court raps media for 'irresponsible reportage', says TV channels, websites aren't pope sitting in pulpitThe apex court was hearing a petition in a defemation suit filed by Amit Shah's son Jay Shah against The Wire
Jan 13, 2018
Chief Justice Dipak Misra likely to meet rebel judges on Sunday to resolve issue; BCI offers to mediateAs the crisis triggered by the revolt of four Supreme Court judges lingered, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and the rebel judges may meet on Sunday to resolve the problems
Jan 12, 2018
Four senior SC judges take on CJI at press conference, allege crucial cases being allotted 'selectively'Their primary contention remained on the way the CJI exercised his administrative powers and allotted crucial cases to benches, apparently bypassing these judges.