Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court's ruling on right to privacy
Rahul Gandhi welcomed the Supreme Court verdict upholding the Right to Privacy as a Fundamental Right and said it was a major blow to "fascist forces".
SC verdict on Right to Privacy is most important judgment since advent of Constitution, says P Chidambaram
Welcoming the Supreme Court's judgment declaring the right to privacy a fundamental right under the Constitution, P Chidambaram said privacy was at the core of personal liberty.
The Congress on Thursday described the Supreme Court judgement on right to privacy as a landmark verdict
In a landmark decision that will affect the lives of all Indians, the Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously declared that right to privacy was a Fundamental right under the Constitution.
Right to privacy is fundamental right: 'Reasonable restrictions' remain as Supreme Court delivers historic judgment
In a landmark decision that will affect the lives of all Indians, the Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously declared that right to privacy was a fundamental right under the Constitution.
Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court verdict on right to privacy as a fundamental right.
MP Sharma and Kharak Singh's case: 'Privacy not a Fundamental Right,' Supreme Court had held decades ago
The current issue of the right to privacy recalls two earlier judgments of the Supreme Court, MP Sharma’s case in 1954 and Kharak Singh’s case in 1962, where the apex court had held that privacy was not a fundamental right.
India is committed to gender equality and eradication of discrimination on the basis of sex, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said in its minority verdict on the practice of triple talaq among Muslims.
Actor Anupam Kher Monday said the Kashmir problem can be solved by scrapping Article 370 of the Indian Constitution
Article 35-A is an 'unconstitutional provision' of law; Farooq Abdullah is 'misleading' people, says BJP
BJP on Tuesday said, "Article 35-A is an unconstitutional provision of law", hitting out at the Opposition for its stand on Article 35-A
The Indian Constitution had matured over the years with frictions between the Centre and the states declining, said Vice-President-elect Venkaiah Naidu
Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday congratulated Ram Nath Kovind on being elected the President of India and reminded him that the president has been entrusted with the task of upholding the Constitution of India
SC hearing Aadhaar petitions: Right to privacy is an important tool for women living in patriarchal world
In its relentless march towards universal Aadhaar, the government is currently arguing before the Supreme Court that citizens don’t, in fact, have a fundamental right to privacy. While this should scare everyone in the country, women especially should be particularly concerned with the upcoming judgment and what it could potentially mean for us.
Editors Guild condemns Karnataka Assembly for sentencing journalists to prison for writing 'defamatory' articles
Two journalists were recently sentenced to a year in jail and a fine of Rs 10,000 each by the Assembly.
Privacy row: Supreme Court and Indian govt must play net nannies to protect gullible users from Facebook
both the government and the highest court of the land must step in to protect legitimate citizen rights by being pro-active and informed — something unsuspecting smartphone users are not good at as the digital explosion creates a new divide between the “knows” and the “know-nots”
In a first, at least 15 judges of the Supreme Court comprising three separate Constitution benches will hear petitions on triple talaq cases and other “issues of grave importance” during the summer break
Sasikala convicted: Composite floor test may not be Constitution-mandated but effective SC innovation
Composite floor test likewise calls upon the MLAs to vote compositely — whether you are for Palanisamy or O Panneerselvam. This is the best under the circumstances.
Every stakeholder in the political crisis in Tamil Nadu seems to be making the same error: acting in haste instead of waiting for the drama to unfold on its own and democracy to have its say
The Supreme Court has ruled that the use of religion to fetch votes during polls and election campaigning cannot be allowed and that there should be no seeking of votes in the name of caste and religion.