Prashant Bhushan contempt case: SC says 'need to check statements regarding corruption'; next hearing on 17 August
The Supreme Court on Monday said further hearing was required in the 2009 criminal contempt case against activist-lawyer Prashant Bhushan and journalist Tarun Tejpal and adjourned the matter till 17 August
Chief Justice of India SA Bobde told solicitor general Tushar Mehta to let Italy pay compensation to the victims' families, after which the court (may or will?) allow the withdrawal of case against the marines
Dushyant Dave, appearing for NGO Centre for Public Interest Litigation, said that the creation of the PM-CARES Fund contravenes provisions of the Disaster Management Act
SC's actions in Prashant Bhushan, Twitter case show court as vehicle for administration, not dispenser of justice
If Twitter has an obligation to unilaterally take down tweets without an order, then the SC must not just state the source of this obligation but also spell out when this obligation is activated
BCCI awaits for Supreme Court to hear board's appeal as it seeks to overcome challenges on multiple fronts
The truth is, BCCI and Indian cricket desperately need leadership to overcome the challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The petition said the Centre failed to undertake timely and effective measures for containing the transmission of COVID-19 even after being notified by the WHO in early January
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
SC bench slams telcos for seeking recalculation of AGR dues, says it can 'impose more costs than any other court before'
'The calculation that has been given by DoT is to be treated as final; there can be no scope of re-assessment,' the Supreme Court held.
The apex court also said it was 'appalled' that the gangster got bail despite so many cases against him.
Vikas Dubey encounter: SC may consider appointing panel to probe deaths of 8 UP cops, gangster and his aides
A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde observed that monitoring of investigation is something which the court is very reluctant to do
A three-judge bench also extended the interim order that no coercive actions should be taken against the senior journalist in the matter until the next date of hearing on 15 July
Maharashtra govt must go 'fully prepared' for SC hearing on Maratha reservation, says Devendra Fadnavis
The BJP leader said that government officials and ministers must be fully prepared to brief the counsel during the Supreme Court hearing on quotas in education and jobs for Marathas
Supreme Court on Maratha reservation today | Petitioners argue that HC decision is incorrect as the State law has breached the 50% cap on reservation fixed by a Constitution Bench in the Indira Sawhney judgment.
The SC also expunged adverse remarks of the HC against the NIA made in its 27 May order while dealing with the bail plea of accused Gautam Navlakha.
SC tells Centre, states not to take coercive action against private firms for non-payment of full wages during lockdown
The SC bench, which passed an order in the matter, told the state governments to facilitate such settlement process and file its report with the labour commissioners concerned.
Migrant Crisis: In SC today, SG Tushar Mehta calls govt detractors 'prophets of doom', says receiving or host states paying fares for transporting workers
The Supreme Court on Thursday finally intervened in the migrant crisis unfolding since a punishing lockdown was imposed over two months ago at four-hours' notice.
Congress' RS Surjewala moves SC over migrant crisis; seeks to be heard in suo motu case listed for tomorrow
Surjewala has requested in his plea that the Centre should be directed to come up with a nationwide plan to ease the pressure on India's migrant population
SC finally takes suo motu cognisance of migrant workers' plight after saying 'can't monitor who walks on roads'; issues notices to Centre, state govts
Supreme Court of India finally broke its silence on the misery of migrant workers on Tuesday, more than two months after millions of poor labourers were left without jobs in industrial cities, miles away from their homes.
'How can we stop people from walking?': SC dismisses plea seeking provision of food and water for stranded migrant workers
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a petition seeking the provision of food and water to migrant workers walking back to their native states amid the coronavirus lockdown. The apex court said that "it is impossible" for courts to monitor or stop the movement of migrant workers
As COVID-19 spreads to Mumbai's Arthur Road jail, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind says it will approach SC seeking bail to eligible inmates across India
Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind president Maulana Syed Arshad Madani said that several states have not taken any initiative to set up committees to consider granting bails to jail inmates on humanitarian grounds as per SC's 16 March order