Ram Nath Kovind's transition into the cyber world as the President was swift, smooth and seamless.
Controversial Calcutta High Court judge CS Karnan, who has been evading arrest since 9 May after being sentenced to six months imprisonment for contempt of court by the Supreme Court, retires on Monday.
The Delhi High Court rejected a plea filed by a group of lawyers on allegations made in Kalikho Pul's suicide note, saying the petitioners were "busy-bodies" making "wild allegations"
Muslims resorting to triple talaq will face "social boycott" and an advisory will be issued to the qazis (judge of a Sharia court) that they should tell the grooms that they will not resort to such a form of divorce, a prominent Muslim body told the Supreme Court on Monday.
The Supreme Court on Thursday commenced its historic hearing on a clutch of petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the practice of triple talaq and nikah halala among Muslims.
Digital filing of cases would make the judicial system "extremely transparent" and rule out any manipulation of records, Chief Justice of India (CJI) J S Khehar said on Wednesday.
The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea seeking a direction to the Centre, the states and union territories to make Hindi compulsory for students of class I-VIII across the country to promote national unity.
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.
Paramilitary forces and the local administration in the districts bordering Bangladesh should be involved in preventing cattle smuggling, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.
The Chief Justice also spoke about an alternative redressal mechanism to reduce pendency of cases in various courts and said "we can deal with a little bit of our arrears if there is a re-look at litigations pending with us at all levels of all courts."
Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Saturday expressed hope that the controversy arising out of the refusal of Justice J Chelameswar to take part in Collegium meetings would be sorted out.