Jagannath Temple: SC appoints senior advocate Ranjit Kumar as amicus curiae, to assist it with administrative reforms at Puri temple
The Supreme Court appointed senior advocate and former solicitor general Ranjit Kumar as amicus curiae to assist it in a matter related to the administration of the Jagannath Temple in Puri.
Delhi ravaged by own citizens, officials, says SC over issue of illegal constructions, misuse of residential premises
Supreme Court on Friday lamented that after being pillaged by invaders for centuries, Delhi was now being ravaged by its own citizens and officials
The Appointments Committee of Cabinet accepted the resignation of Ranjit Kumar from the post of solicitor general on Wednesday, according to media reports.
The Solicitor-General of India, Ranjit Kumar, has resigned from his post.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed a 13-year-old alleged rape survivor to terminate her 32-week-old pregnancy after taking note of a medical report.
SC allows Pune woman to abort foetus without skull, asks states to set up medical boards for such cases
The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed a Pune-based woman to abort her 24-week foetus, which does not have a skull or a brain.
Supreme Court rejects 10-year-old rape survivor's abortion plea after medical report deems it unsafe
A 10-year-old rape survivor has lost her legal battle with the Supreme Court which has refused to allow termination of her 32-week-old pregnancy
Harish Salve and Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar are in the running to replace Mukul Rohatgi as the Attorney General of India.
SC asks govt to form legislation on torture: India behind 161 nations including Pakistan in ratifying UN treaty
India stands behind 161 nations, including Pakistan, as it is yet to ratify the 30-year-old United Nations' Convention Against Torture by making a law on it despite signing it way back in 1997.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reportedly allowed Marine Massimiliano Latorre, accused of killing Indian fishermen, to remain in Italy till jurisdiction issue is decided.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked its Registry to consider listing a pending plea filed by Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) leader Bhim Singh seeking imposition of Governor's rule in the troubled state, for early hearing.
'Gag Zakir Naik': Solicitor General tells home ministry to book preacher and IRF under anti-terror law
The Centre may soon book controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and his Islamic Research Foundation IRF under terrorism related charges for preaching inciting violence among the Muslim youth.
The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that the law and order situation in Kashmir Valley has improved considerably since the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani with violent protests having gone down from 201 on 9 July to 11 on 3 August
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to stay, for now, the demolition of the Adarsh Cooperative Housing Society building in Mumbai and told the Military Defence Estate office to take custody of it.
The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that an SIT probe has been initiated in AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam case following the registration of FIR in 2013 and a charge sheet is likely to be filed this year.
Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, appearing for the government, said the diamond was given by the successors of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to East India Company.
The Supreme Court on Friday asked the government to clarify its stand on a PIL seeking return of Kohinoor diamond in the country
The LPG Order nowhere permits the domestically produced LPG to be sold by a parallel marketeer, who is a person other than a government oil company, and that such parallel marketeer could only distribute/sell imported LPG.