2012 Delhi gangrape case: Delhi HC reserves order on convict Mukesh Singh's plea seeking quashing of death penalty
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday reserved its order on a petition filed by one of the four 2012 Delhi gangrape convicts — Mukesh Singh — challenging the trial court's order on his plea claiming innocence.
2012 Delhi gangrape and murder case: SC rejects plea of convict Mukesh Singh seeking restoration of legal remedies
The convict had sought quashing of all orders passed by courts and the rejection of his mercy petition by the President since the day his curative petition was dismissed by the apex court on the ground that the earlier lawyer Vrinda Grover had misled him
Hyderabad rape and murder case: SC agrees to hear PIL seeking SIT probe into encounter of four accused on 11 Dec
PIL filed by Mani and lawyer Pradeep Kumar Yadav claimed that the alleged encounter was 'fake' and FIR should be lodged against police officials
SC sets up five-judge constitution bench headed by Justice NV Ramana to hear pleas on abrogation of Article 370
Several petitions have been filed challenging Centre's decision abrogating Article 370 provisions and bifurcating the state into UTs of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh
Ousted CBI special director Rakesh Asthana among names being considered by selection committee, claims petitioner ML Sharma
Petitioner ML Sharma claimed that ousted CBI Special Director Rakesh Asthana’s name is in the list of names that will be considered for the post
Plea in SC challenges Alok Verma's removal as CBI chief, alleges 'conflict of interest' in Justice AK Sikri's position on selection panel
A fresh row is likely to erupt in the controversy surrounding the Central Bureau of Investigation, as a new petition was filed in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, questioning the way Alok Verma was sacked as the agency's director. Reports said the plea questions the Selection Committee's order as well as Justice AK Sikri's presence at the panel meeting at which Verma's future in the CBI was decided, News18 reported.
AAP lawmaker Sanjay Singh moves SC seeking review of Rafale verdict that dismissed all petitions challenging deal
Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh moved Supreme Court, seeking a review of the verdict by which several pleas challenging the deal for procurement of Rafale fighter jets were dismissed.
Supreme Court seeks report from Centre on decision-making process in Rafale deal, but says no need to include price of jets
At the hearing on the Rafale deal, Attorney General KK Venugopal told the Supreme Court that the PILs against the agreement were politically motivated and the matter could not be judicially examined.
Supreme Court to hear fresh plea on Rafale deal on 10 Oct; PIL seeks order to Centre to reveal prices of jets under UPA, NDA
The petition in the Supreme Court has sought a direction to the Centre to reveal details of the Rafale deal and comparative prices agreed upon during the tenures of both the UPA and NDA.
SC adjourns hearing on Rafale fighter jet deal till 10 October as petitioner ML Sharma seeks to file additional documents
In his petition, ML Sharma has alleged discrepancies in the Rafale fighter jet deal with France and sought a stay on it.
Indian Technomac director held in Rs 6,000 cr fraud case; company shut operations in 2014 without paying wages, dues
CID sleuths recently arrested a director of Paonta Sahib-based firm Indian Technomac Company Limited in a nearly Rs 6,000 crore fraud case
Coal scam case: SC asks SIT to submit status report of probe against former CBI director Ranjit Sinha
SC directed the SIT, constituted by it to probe allegations against former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha in coal scam cases, to submit a status report before it.
The CBI on Tuesday filed FIR against its former director Ranjit Sinha for allegedly influencing the probe into the coal block allocation scam during his tenure
Almost a year after Prime Minister Narendra Modi cancelled 20 memberships at the Delhi Golf Club, an RTI note now reveals who all managed a backdoor entry to Delhi’s biggest networking ground
Former CBI Special Director ML Sharma has given his consent to assist the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) in its probe against Ranjit Sinha, who during his tenure as the agency chief, was accused of scuttling probe in the coal block allocation scam, the Supreme Court was informed on Monday.
M L Sharma, who was in CBI for two decades, is all set to probe the alleged misdemeanors by former CBI chief Ranjit Sinha.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought response from two advocates for allegedly making derogatory remarks in BBC's documentary 'India's Daughter'.
Enraged by the comments of two lawyers in BBC documentary 'India's Daughter', the Supreme Court Women Lawyers' Association moved a petition in the Supreme Court seeking a complete ban on their entry in the top court's premises.
Clearly, to misquote Shakespeare, there is something rotten in the state of our Bar Councils.
During the proceedings, the petitioner alleged before the court that AAP had misled the citizens of Delhi by making false promises in its manifesto in a bid to enjoy power and benefits.