JS Khehar favours peaceful resolution of Ayodhya dispute, says India can't be communal if it wants to be global power
Former chief justice of India JS Khehar on Thursday favoured a peaceful resolution of the Ayodhya dispute while stressing that India had opted for the path of "absolute secularism" after independence.
Triple talaq bill: Draft law is more focused on victimising Muslim women rather than empowering them
In August 2017, the Supreme Court passed a seemingly remarkable judgment in the Shayara Bano v Union of India on the practice of instant triple talaq.
Article 35A debate: Deferred Supreme Court hearing gives Kashmir a breather, but state, Centre must find a political solution
Locals who have witnessed the 2016 unrest fear Jammu and Kashmir may slide into a disastrous agitation if the Supreme Court repeals Article 35A of the Constitution
Right to privacy: Judiciary needs to be consistent when deciding who deserves this fundamental right
Is the right to privacy the same for everyone or is it a varied right, depending on the specific characteristics of the class, community or individual?
Dipak Misra takes over as 45th CJI for 13 months: Short stints have been a curse for India's highest judicial post
The latest in this quick procession is Justice Dipak Misra, who took over on Monday as the 45th Chief Justice of India.
Justice Dipak Misra was today sworn in as the 45th Chief Justice of India.
The Supreme Court has said that the Right to Privacy judgment will have "some bearing" in matters related to possession of beef in Maharashtra.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear after Diwali the pleas challenging Article 35A, relating to special rights of permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir.
SC verdict on Right to Privacy: A nine-judge bench came together for a big decision, says petitioner S Prasanna
Petitioner and counsel S Prasanna says a nine-judge bench does not usually assemble for a verdict.
The nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court, who assembled to determine whether the right to privacy is constitutionally protected or not, said that the case presented challenges for constitutional interpretation.
Only the theoretical right to privacy has been established by this judgment and right at this moment, your day-to-day life remains unchanged.
Kapil Sibal says govt must ensure no compromise on citizens' privacy while implementing Aadhaar scheme
Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Thursday said the Narendra Modi-government was "ill-advised" in opposing the demand to declare right to privacy as a fundamental right in the Supreme Court.
In April 2017, the AIMPLB argued that Muslim personal law permitted triple talaq though it was a sin and also called for the social boycott of instant triple talaq.
SC rebukes Centre's collectivism in landmark judgment on privacy: State hopefully will now leave us alone
There is a kind of hush in the government after the Supreme Court's decision that privacy is a fundamental right.
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".
The Communist Party of India (Marxist) welcomed the Supreme Court's landmark verdict declaring the Right to Privacy as a Fundamental Right.
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.