'Suspend implementation of farm laws or we will do it': SC lashes out at Centre over handling of farmer protests
The court further said it is 'extremely disappointed' with the way negotiations are going on between the Centre and the farmers on the new farm laws
KK Venugopal gives consent to initiate contempt proceedings against creator of comic Sanitary Panels
The Attorney General stated that two tweets posted by the creator of Sanitary Panels imply that the Supreme Court is biased to the ruling party and undermine public confidence in the institution.
'Don't intend to retract tweet or apologise': Kunal Kamra on contempt of court proceedings against him
In a letter posted on Twitter, the stand-up comedian also wished to volunteer the time that would be allotted to the hearing of his contempt case to other matters and parties who have not been as lucky and privileged as him to 'jump the queue'
KK Venugopal declines consent to initiate contempt case against Jagan Mohan Reddy, says CJI 'seized of matter'
On 6 October, Reddy, the Andhra Pradesh chief minister, wrote to CJI SA Bobde alleging that Andhra Pradesh High Court was being used to "destabilise and topple my democratically elected government"
Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay told the attorney-general that the letter to the CJI by the Andhra Pradesh chief minister 'scandalises' the authority of both the Supreme Court and the high court
Attorney General KK Veneugopal criticises reportage in pending cases, say it may amount to contempt of court
During the hearing in the 2009 contempt case against Prashant Bhushan and Tarun Tejpal, Venugopal said that TV reports can be very "damaging for the accused" in big cases and may influence the court
The apex court made the remark while hearing Jharkhand government's pleas challenging the Centre's decision to auction coal blocks for commercial mining
SC Bar chief Dushyant Dave pens letter to CJI SA Bobde about being 'kept on mute' during Justice Arun Mishra's farewell
Dave, who recently defended Prashant Bhushan in the apex court, said he will not participate in any court function till the end of his tenure in December
Prashant Bhushan contempt case: Will 'respectfully' pay Re 1 fine, reserve right to file review, says activist-lawyer
Issuing the verdict, the Bench told him to submit the fine by 15 September, failing which he will be may be sent to prison for three months and be debarred from practicing law for three years
CJI SA Bobde, speaking at International Judicial Conference in New Delhi, says rule of law 'most fundamental feature' of modern constitutions
CJI SA Bobde was speaking at International Judges' Conference on 'Judiciary and the Changing World'
SC seeks explanation from Assam govt over allegations of communal statements by state NRC coordinator Hitesh Dev Sarma
'He should not be saying all this', a bench headed by CJI SA Bobde observed after senior advocate Kapil Sibal drew attention to alleged statement
The present chairman J Virender Singh will retire on 6 October
'We would like to give little time,' says Supreme Court on plea seeking removal of restrictions on media in Jammu and Kashmir
Supreme Court said it will take some time before passing any direction on the plea seeking the removal of restrictions on the media in Jammu and Kashmir.
CJI Gogoi 'perplexed' after SC website fails to follow his instructions over Rafale case listing, posts matter for 10 May
The Supreme Court Monday said it was "little perplexed" over separate listing, contrary to its order, of the pleas seeking review of its verdict in Rafale case and the contempt plea against Congress President Rahul Gandhi for wrongly attributing to the apex court his "chokidar chor hai" remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case: SC directs CBI to file status report of probe by 3 June; AG says agency unable to adhere to deadline
SC asked the CBI to file by 3 June its status report on the ongoing probe into the alleged murder of 11 girls at a shelter home in Muzaffarpur in Bihar.
Rafale hearing: Supreme Court gives Centre till 4 May to reply to review petitions, defers case to 6 May
The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Centre on the review petitions in the Rafale case and deferred the hearing to 6 May.
Utsav Bains, the activist-lawyer behind conspiracy theory against system of courts, claims to 'protect independence of judiciary'
Lawyer Utsav Bains has been at the centre of a controversy since he claimed that the sexual harassment allegations against CJI Ranjan Gogoi was part of a conspiracy against the judiciary.
Indira Jaising questions Attorney General's appearance in hearing on sexual harassment charges against CJI
Indira Jaising questioned why Attorney General KK Venugopal appeared in the Supreme Court during the hearing on the sexual harassment allegation against the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.
SC notice to Rahul Gandhi over Rafale comments damages his credibility, questions his 'maturity' for top job
The SC order seeking explanation from Rahul Gandhi over his Rafale comments involving Prime Minister Narendra Modi further degrades the trust in the Congress chief and makes it difficult for the electorate to take even legit charges seriously
Supreme Court to pass interim order on electoral bonds tomorrow, rejects Centre's appeal to 'not interfere' till end of LS polls
The Centre and the Election Commission (EC) has taken contrary stand in the matter of electoral bonds with the government wanting to maintain anonymity of donors while the election watchdog vouching for transparency