Siddique Kappan was going to Hathras under the 'garb of journalism' to disturb law & order, UP govt tells SC
Meanwhile, CJI SA Bobde raised concerns over misreporting in the case and asked the petitioner Kerala Union of Working Journalists' to file a rejoinder to the UP govt's affidavit while postponing the hearing in the case by a week
SC judge UU Lalit recuses himself from hearing of pleas against Jagan Mohan Reddy over letter to CJI
In an unprecedented move, the Andhra Pradesh chief minister on 6 Oct wrote to CJI alleging that Andhra Pradesh HC was being used to "destabilise democratically elected govt"
Stubble burning: SC keeps its 16 Oct order in abeyance after Centre says law being drafted to curb air pollution
In its 16 October order, SC had appointed one-man panel of retired apex court judge Justice Madan B Lokur to monitor the steps taken by neighbouring states to prevent stubble burning
Senior advocate Indira Jaising, representing one of the intervenors, demanded an 'intensive monitoring' of the case by a Constitutional court, and that a special public prosecutor should be appointed by the apex court in the case
Tablighi Jamaat case: Freedom of speech most abused, says SC; pulls up Centre for ‘brazen, evasive' affidavit
The top court sought an affidavit from the I&B secretary with details of steps taken in the past to stop motivated media reporting in such cases. The bench has posted the matter for hearing after two weeks
The apex court made the remark while hearing Jharkhand government's pleas challenging the Centre's decision to auction coal blocks for commercial mining
The Chief Justice of India added that the flood of pending cases may not reduce by following the usual 'detailed' procedure
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
Tablighi Jamaat case: SC says complaints accusing media of communal hatred should first go to NBA, PCI
The top court had earlier sought reports from the two media regulatory bodies on the pleas of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind and Peace Party accusing a section of the media of spreading communal hatred
The Surpeme Court had in July extended the term of the three administrative members of the Armed Forces Tribunal for a period of one month
The apex court, however, said that no permission for prayers would be given for any other temple in Mumbai while stating that decision for Ganpati festival will have to be taken on a case-to-case basis by the MDMA
The lawyers also questioned the Supreme Court's 'utter disregard' about the presence of the Attorney General, a 'highly-respected lawyer of great eminence.'
'Criticism of CJI doesn't lower authority of SC,' Prashant Bhushan tells top court in contempt case hearing
Bhushan made the submission in an affidavit on Sunday, in which he added that to suggest that the 'CJI is the Supreme Court' and vice versa is to undermine the institution
The state govt told a bench headed by CJI SA Bobde that the committee will also probe circumstances under which Dubey, who was facing 65 FIRs, was released on bail
The apex court also said it was 'appalled' that the gangster got bail despite so many cases against him.
P Dhanapal allegedly delayed a decision on the membership of AIADMK MLAs who voted against the E Planiswami govt in 2017
A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde directed the state government to impose curfew in Puri during the time when the chariots are taken out in the procession — an event in which lakhs of people from the world over participate every year.
Coronavirus Outbreak: SC to hear petition seeking amenities for migrant workers as nationwide lockdown enters 6th day
The Supreme Court will on Monday hear a petition filed by an advocate against the Government of India, which seeks amenities to be provided to migrant workers by the government amid the lockdown
Shahjahanpur rape case: SC's Justice R Banumathi recuses herself from hearing plea challenging bail granted to Swami Chinmayanand
SC judge, Justice R Banumathi, recused herself from hearing two petitions including one seeking transfer of the rape case against Swami Chinmayanand from Uttar Pradesh to a Delhi court.
Justice Muralidhar's transfer unrelated to Delhi riots case, but govt should have been more careful: Justice Balakrishnan
The government should have been a little careful while issuing the midnight order transferring Delhi HC Judge S Muralidhar to the Punjab and Haryana HC, former CJI KG Balakrishnan has said, amid a row over the timing of the transfer