The apex court, while allowing Karti to travel abroad for six months, directed that the surety be deposited in a nationalised bank. The court earlier allowed him to travel to the UK, the US, France, Germany and Spain
Opinions of the Ministry of Law and the attorney general will be taken on how to proceed on setting up the trust that will fix the modalities for construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya.
'Grit, mettle and character': SC judges praise Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi's handling of Ayodhya case
Justice Ranjan Gogoi, however, declined to comment on the Ayodhya verdict at the book launch
Ayodhya judgment: SC using faith and religion to settle Ramjanmabhoomi title claim is disingenuous and insincere
In deciding the Ayodhya dispute, the court is only really concerned about the faith and belief of Hindus
CJI reconstitutes Ayodhya bench to include justices Ashok Bhushan and Abdul Nazeer; case to be heard on 29 January
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Friday reconstituted the Constitution Bench hearing the Ayodhya land dispute case.
SC reserves verdict on Congress, EC conflict over alleged duplication of names in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan voters' lists
The Congress and the Election Commission on Monday sparred in the Supreme Court over the pleas by two senior Congress leaders alleging duplication of names in the voters' lists for the upcoming Assembly polls in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
SC reserves order on Kamal Nath's plea alleging duplicate voters in electoral rolls in Madhya Pradesh
The EC, however, disputed the contention by Kamal Nath and told the Supreme Court bench that deletion of 24 lakh votes from the voter list was not done after the Congress brought it to their knowledge.
The Supreme Court will now begin hearing on Ayodhya matter from 29 October to decide the suit on merit.
SC issues notice to Sharad Yadav, seeks response on JD(U) petition on his disqualification from Rajya Sabha
Ram Chandra Prasad Singh, a leader of the JD(U), had moved the Supreme Court saying that Sharad Yadav's disqualification as a Rajya Sabha member was correct as he had formed a new party.
The plea alleged that the flags resembled the flags of the Pakistan Muslim League, which belongs to an "enemy country."
Debates, criticism of judgments regular now, makes judiciary walk tightrope of independence, says Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Friday observed that discussions, debates and criticism of verdicts in the age of technology, open society and liberal democracy make the judiciary walk the "tightrope of independence".
SC constitution bench says validity of parliamentary committee reports cannot be challenged in courts
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the validity of parliamentary committee reports cannot be challenged or questioned in courts
The Parliament's competence to make Aadhaar mandatory under the Income Tax law cannot be questioned only because Aadhaar is not mandatory under the statute.
It is the first time that the court was dealing with a case where there were four offenders instead of one, where they collectively raped.
The Supreme Court judges are likely to take oath on Friday, the sources said, adding the notification may be issued on Thursday by the Law Ministry.