Jagannath Temple: SC appoints senior advocate Ranjit Kumar as amicus curiae, to assist it with administrative reforms at Puri temple
The Supreme Court appointed senior advocate and former solicitor general Ranjit Kumar as amicus curiae to assist it in a matter related to the administration of the Jagannath Temple in Puri.
SC-appointed amicus curiae Gopal Subramanium will visit Odisha's Puri on 20 Sept to discuss reforms in Jagannath Temple
The Supreme Court-appointed amicus curiae Gopal Subramanium is scheduled to arrive at Puri on Thursday (20 September) to hold discussions with various stakeholders over reform measures in Jagannath Temple.
National Conference approaches ex-solicitor general Gopal Subramanium to defend Article 35A in Supreme Court
Article 35A in the Constitution accords special rights and privileges to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir and denies property rights to a woman who marries a person from outside the state.
Centre's decision to end impasse over Justice KM Joseph's elevation may help resolve judiciary-executive deadlock
The impasse created over the elevation of Uttarakhand High Court Chief Justice KM Joseph to the Supreme Court seems set to end soon
SC-appointed Amicus Curiae agrees to BCCI's recommendation to increase composition of selection committee
Supreme Court-appointed Amicus Curiae, Gopal Subramanium, has agreed to increase the composition of the selection committees (senior men, junior and women) from three to five members on Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) recommendation.
As SC defers BCCI hearing to 4 July, state units continue to struggle for consensus over age-cap clause
A three-judge bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, was scheduled to hear the suggestions of BCCI office-bearers regarding changes in the draft constitution on Friday, but the hearing was postponed to 4 July.
The Attorney General mentioned that this has been the second longest hearing in Indian history, with the longest being for the Kesavananda Bharati case.
The Supreme Court was told by the government on Thursday that besides iris scan and fingerprints, the UIDAI had added facial recognition as another layer of identification for Aadhaar number authentication.
Directing the listing of the matter in the second week of January, the court also asked BCCI to submit its comments on the draft constitution submitted by the COA on the last hearing.
SC says position of Delhi different from other states, elected govt obligated to apprise LG about policy decisions
The position of Delhi is different from other states and the elected government is under an obligation to apprise the Lieutenant Governor about policy decisions, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.
Verdict on Right to privacy today: How Supreme Court's ruling may impact Aadhaar, citizen rights in digital era
A nine-judge Constitution bench is set to give its judgment on whether a fundamental right to privacy exists under the Constitution.
Gopal Subramanium has sought issuance of contempt notice to the existing office bearers of BCCI, including acting president C K Khanna, for obstructing the implementation of the judgement of the court.
Supreme Court issues notice to BCCI office-bearers for failure to implement its order on Lodha recommendations
Three top officer bearers of the BCCI, including its acting President CK Khanna and acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary, were on Wednesday directed by the Supreme Court to appear before it to explain why its order on Justice RM Lodha panel recommendations have not yet been implemented.
Right to privacy debate highlights: Petitioners complete arguments, SC to hear from Centre on Tuesday
Right to privacy cannot be an absolute right and the state may have some power to put reasonable restriction, the Supreme Court said on Wednesday
The Supreme Court judgement on BCCI vs Lodha panel will sort out the mess in sports once and for all, and hopefully other federations will have to follow soon.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is not doing any business and is discharging a public function which makes it subject to rule of law, the Supreme Court was told on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said the constitution of BCCI is highly incapable of achieving the values of transparency, objectivity and accountability which can be attained only by changing it.
The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that the MPs who passed the resolution condemning Justice (Retd) Markandey Katju for his blog against Mahatma Gandhi and Subhas Chandra Bose enjoyed the same freedom of speech and expression as him.
In a stinging retort to the defamation case filed by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that he has no public 'reputation to protect.
The Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday will file a 2000-page reply to Arun Jaitley’s civil defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal and others in the party in the Delhi High Court, according to reports.