The last week of outgoing CJI Depak Misra's tenure was probably the best week that the Indian legal community has seen in terms of the rights that were guaranteed to the citizens.
Justice Misra, on 4 September had sent a letter to the Central government recommending Justice Ranjan Gogoi as his successor
The Supreme Court will hear on February 12 a plea by PETA seeking to prohibit the buffalo race -- Kambala -- that is held in Karnataka during festivities that coincide with the Pongal celebrations.
Supreme Court Roster: CJI Dipak Misra arrogating powers to himself is likely to aggravate crisis in apex court
by putting in place a judges' roster — a 'subject-wise' roster shows what type of cases will be listed before benches headed by the 12 senior-most judges of the apex court which is meant to come into effect from 5 February, Misra has ostensibly made an effort to show that he has risen to the challenge, but once one digs deeper, it shows that this is not the case.
Gopal Subramanium has sought issuance of contempt notice to the existing office bearers of BCCI, including acting president C K Khanna, for obstructing the implementation of the judgement of the court.
Supreme Court issues notice to BCCI office-bearers for failure to implement its order on Lodha recommendations
Three top officer bearers of the BCCI, including its acting President CK Khanna and acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary, were on Wednesday directed by the Supreme Court to appear before it to explain why its order on Justice RM Lodha panel recommendations have not yet been implemented.
NEET 2017: Supreme Court denies exemption for Tamil Nadu, directs govt to finish counselling by 4 September
In a setback to Tamil Nadu, Supreme Court on Tuesday said medical colleges in the state will have to use National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) as the only basis for admissions.
Data of every individual is an extension of personality and resides in Article 21, says Central govt.
The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that the data belonging to an individual was intimate to and an extension of one's personality that resides in Article 21 of the Constitution guaranteeing protection of life and personal liberty.
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.
Solicitor General appearing for the Centre, told the court that the bench should first go through reports of the MAG and thereafter decide whether it could be shared with the petitioner
On Friday, the Supreme Court upheld the maintainability of appeals filed by Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala against the 2007 award of the Cauvery Water Dispute Tribunal (CWDT) on sharing the river water.
Current laws don't force a person to stand up or sing the national anthem — case in point, this judgment of apex court in the case of Bijoe Emmanuel v. State of Kerala
The 1971 Act does not envisage any of the restrictions on the use of the National Anthem as commanded by Justice Misra
Intoxicated by the exuberance of their own verbosity, our Courts have been guilty of making their decisions virtually impenetrable by the common man for whom they are purportedly written
The apex court asked the Centre to approach its secretary general for listing its petition challenging the HC order quashing President's Rule in Uttarakhand
The Supreme Court on Monday asked lawyers representing the Sabarimala Temple Trust if tradition was greater than the constitution, reported The News Minute.
The Arunachal Pradesh political crisis took a dramatic turn on Monday when the Supreme Court accepted the Centre’s plea and recalled a notice issued to Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa.
The Supreme Court has recently received an e-mail which threatened to blow up the Supreme Court building, sources were quoted as saying by The Hindustan Times on Tuesday.