Sudarshan TV case: SC says maligning community can't be allowed, 'country can't survive with such agenda'
The apex court, which has imposed a pre-telecast ban on episodes of a TV programme alleging 'UPSC jihad by Indian Muslims', pulled up the Centre and the National Broadcasting Association over alleged inaction
SC refuses to impose pre-broadcast ban on TV programme claiming 'Muslim conspiracy' to infiltrate UPSC
A bench comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and KM Joseph said it has to first circumspect in imposing a prior restraint on publication or the airing of views by Sudarshan TV
'Manifestation of dissent should be civilised': Supreme Court on Shaheen Bagh protests; next hearing on 23 March
The Supreme Court said that it cannot say repeatedly that protesters at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi has the right to protest but they cannot block roads
Delhi BJP protests near AAP office after SC declines to review ruling on Rafale deal, demands apology for 'baseless allegations'
The Delhi unit of Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday protested near the Aam Aadmi Party office against the "baseless allegations" levelled by the party in the Rafale jet deal
Rafale row: Legal wrangles must not divert attention from shortage of aircraft, efforts to modernise IAF
Rafale row: If India is again going to be mired in a scandal and finger-pointing, New Delhi will lose sight of its primary objective which is to modernise the Indian Air Force
Rafale row: Prashant Bhushan tells Supreme Court CAG gave redacted pricing detail for the first time in history
It is for the first time in CAG's history that it has given redacted pricing to Parliament in the Rafale fighter jet deal, activist lawyer Prashant Bhushan told the Supreme Court
SC collegium under fire for elevating junior judges; apex court's appointment forum has been under scrutiny before
What has really ruffled feathers within the judiciary is that the Collegium actually revisited an earlier order, which had names of more senior judges, and revoked it.
'No regrets regarding press conference of 12 January,' says Justice Kurian Joseph day after retirement from SC
While speaking to journalists, retired justice Joseph said that he has no regrets regarding the press conference held on 12 January.
'Conscious of my own limitations,' says Justice KM Joseph in first public appearance since elevation to SC
In his first public appearance after becoming a Supreme Court judge, Justice KM Joseph, on Tuesday, said that at the age of 60-plus he felt "like a baby again" on becoming the junior most judge of the top court, and added he knew of his own "limitations".
Muzaffarpur shelter home rapes: Supreme Court pulls up Bihar govt, asks why state was funding NGO that raped girls
The Supreme Court on Tuesday, while hearing the case of the Muzaffarpur shelter home rape cases, expressed concern over incidents of rape in India and said that women are being raped "left, right, and centre". The apex court referred to National Crime Records Bureau data which says that a woman is raped every six hours in the country.
CJI Dipak Misra to consult Attorney General on Justice KM Joseph's seniority row after meeting displeased SC judges
The Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra has decided consult the Attorney General on Justice KM Joseph's seniority row
Supreme Court judges to meet CJI Dipak Misra over Justice KM Joseph's name being third in appointment notification
Supreme Court judges, including new members of collegium, are likely to meet CJI Dipak Misra today to express unhappiness over centre’s decision to lower Justice Joseph's seniority.
Daily Bulletin: SC judges to meet CJI over KM Joseph's appointment, SEBI to send notice to Mehul Choksi in Antigua and other top stories of the day
With controversy over Justice Joseph's appointment to Supreme Court to legal trouble for Kamal Hassan, here are the top stories for the day
SC judges upset with Centre for lowering KM Joseph's seniority, to lodge protest with CJI Dipak Misra tomorrow
The Supreme Court judges fear that lowering Justice KM Joseph's seniority could hamper his chances of being elevated to the chief justice's post as well as of heading a bench.
Centre's decision to end impasse over Justice KM Joseph's elevation may help resolve judiciary-executive deadlock
The impasse created over the elevation of Uttarakhand High Court Chief Justice KM Joseph to the Supreme Court seems set to end soon
KM Joseph elevated to Supreme Court as justice: Centre accepts Collegium's recommendation, ending months of uncertainty
KM Joseph was recommended for elevation by the Supreme Court Collegium in February this year, but while the collegium said Joseph is "more deserving and suitable in all respects", the Centre returned his recommendation
Government likely to sit on Justice KM Joseph's file despite collegium's reiteration, clears appointment of two other judges
The tussle between the government and the judiciary over Uttarakhand Chief Justice KM Joseph's elevation to the Supreme Court is likely to continue despite the collegium recommending him for the second time last month.
Justice J Chelameswar, who demitted office on Friday, has disapproved of the Centre's decision not to elevate Justice KM Joseph to the Supreme Court.
SC collegium to meet and discuss KM Joseph elevation today: India's success as a democracy is at stake
The longer the collegium waits, the more anxious the country gets about the independence of the Supreme Court. It is in the interest of the court to preserve this
Govt rejects charge that it turned down Justice KM Joseph's elevation because of his Uttarakhand ruling
The government on Wednesday rejected suggestions that it turned down the elevation of Uttarakhand High Court chief justice KM Joseph to the Supreme Court as he had once overturned the imposition of President's Rule in the state.