Salve made the remarks while addressing the 16th Justice PD Desai Memorial Lecture on 'Criticism of judiciary, contempt jurisdiction and its use in the age of social media'
Fake TRP case: Won't take coercive action against Arnab Goswami till 29 Jan, Mumbai Police tells Bombay HC
ARG Media had filed several pleas and interim applications in the HC urging the court to transfer the probe in the case to CBI, stay any further investigation in the case, and to restrain the police from taking any coercive action
However, the lawyers appearing in the case on behalf of both the parties expressed that they had no objection to a CJI-led bench hearing the case
SC reserves order on Tej Bahadur's plea against rejection of nomination paper to contest against Narendra Modi
Tej Bahadur had moved the SC after the Allahabad High Court dismissed his petition against the election commission's decision to reject his nomination papers during the 2019 Lok Sabha election. He was dismissed from BSF in 2017 after he posted a video online complaining about the quality of food served to the troops
The Alibaug police had filed a closure report in the suicide case in 2019, however, it was reopened in October 2020 by the Alibaug police who claimed that fresh evidence had come to light which warranted further probe
A division bench said that it has to hear all the concerned parties before considering the interim relief as the Maharashtra govt and the deceased's wife are "entitled to respond"
'Can't stand it': CJI tells Republic TV chief Arnab Goswami's lawyer, seeks assurance of responsible reporting
Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said that peace and harmony of society is what matters to the court and there are some grounds where one has to tread cautiously
The court also directed police to submit investigation papers pertaining to the case in a sealed cover by 5 November, which is when it will hear the matter
Senior advocate Indira Jaising, representing one of the intervenors, demanded an 'intensive monitoring' of the case by a Constitutional court, and that a special public prosecutor should be appointed by the apex court in the case
SC rejects SBI plea for resuming insolvency proceedings against Anil Ambani; matter listed for 6 Oct
The State Bank of India had moved the apex court to recover Rs 1,200 crore that it had loaned to two firms of the then-chairman of Reliance Communications
A strange salvo from Salve: Senior lawyer's doctrine of 'judicial review', battle cry of 'discretion' astonishing, writes Mumbai-based lawyer
It also explains the carte blanche which Harish Salve repeatedly gives to the 'elected executive.' Salve’s political and legal philosophy, which he enthusiastically advocates for the courts to adopt, is one of unbridled and unfettered power to the executive to do as it pleases.
Bombay HC orders Arnab Goswami to appear before Mumbai Police for interrogation today, refuses exemption
Arnab Goswami's lawyer Harish Salve on Tuesday sought exemption for him from appearing before the Mumbai police on Wednesday and also later pending the hearing of the petition.
Ex-SC judge BN Srikrishna calls for strong personal data protection law, warns of Orwellian situation if bill is passed
Justice BN Srikrishna said a strong personal data protection law is necessary to protect the public and that unless it is put in place "there's no knowing for what purpose data will be used, for what purpose it will be subjected to analytics."
SC extends interim protection to Arnab Goswami, reserves verdict in plea seeking quashing of FIRs against Republic TV editor-in-chief
The Supreme Court Monday extended the protection to Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami against any coercive action and reserved its verdict on his plea seeking quashing of the FIR lodged against him by Mumbai Police for allegedly hurting religious sentiments by making some remarks during his news show
India may have to move ICJ due to Pakistan's refusal to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, says Harish Salve
India may have to move the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to gain access to espionage accused Kulbhushan Jadhav after Pakistan failed to comply with the July 2019 order in the case
Harish Salve's arguments expose fault lines in 'unconstitutionality' of CAA; narrative against Act built on a mythical NRC
If we accept one positive discrimination conferred by the Indian Constitution on minorities based on religious classification, it is spurious to claim that allowing for a similar positive discrimination in favour of another identifiable group is unconstitutional
Harish Salve appointed Queen's Counsel for courts of England and Wales; title is awarded to people who have demonstrated particular expertise
Salve, along with other persons who have also been appointed to the post, will be formally appointed as QC on 16 March this year.
Govt cannot let issues relating to unchecked growth of sports leagues fester; urgent need to put match-fixing genie back in bottle
There is no reason for the Ministry to not add an annexure against corruption in sport. All it takes is political will for Government to bring in a simple set of regulations, empowering agencies to investigate and lay charges, and tribunals to make considered decisions.
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: MEA calls ICJ verdict 'complete vindication and validation of India's position'
MEA said the verdict of International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case was "a complete vindication and validation of India's position".
Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Defence has to prove former naval officer was kidnapped from Iran to ignite glimmer of hope
Victory for India is apparent in that the International Court of Justice tick boxed all of India’s positions in the case.