SC says no law to back UP govt's ‘name and shame’ posters of anti-CAA protesters; refuses to stay Allahabad HC order to remove hoardings
The Supreme Court told the Uttar Pradesh government on Thursday that as of now, there was no law that could back their action of putting up roadside posters of those accused of vandalism during anti-CAA protests in Lucknow/
Supreme Court directs Centre, Assam government to file status report on Bangladeshi migrants in detention centres
The Supreme Court Friday directed the Centre and the Assam government to file a fresh report with regard to the status of release of Bangladeshi migrants in detention centres as per its earlier order
Supreme Court tells Centre to submit information on detention centres in Assam, foreigners detained there in past decade
The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to provide various details about the detention centres in Assam, the period of detention of detainees and the status of their cases before the foreigners' tribunal.
Meghalaya mine tragedy: Centre says 'we have to believe in miracles'; SC asks to 'continue making efforts'
The Centre told SC that it has to "believe in miracles" and see if the 15 miners, who have been trapped for almost a month inside an illegal rat-hole coal mine in Meghalaya, come out alive.
Meghalaya mine rescue operation: Centre tells Supreme Court it has no blueprint of illegal mine, struggling to locate miners
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, for the Centre, told the Supreme Court that the Meghalaya mine was near a river, which has hindered the rescue operation.
'Constitutional morality can be very dangerous': Attorney General KK Venugopal fears SC may become third Parliament chamber
Criticising the top court for depending on the Constitutional morality, the Attorney General while speaking at the Second J Dadachanji Memorial Debate said, "The use of Constitutional morality can be very, very dangerous and we can't be sure where it will lead us to. I hope Constitutional morality dies."
CBI vs CBI hearing: Supreme Court reserves order on Centre action against Alok Verma; CJI asks why strip CBI director of powers suddenly
The Supreme Court on Thursday reserved its order on the pleas filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Director Alok Verma and NGO Common Cause challenging the decision of the Central government to send Verma on leave.
National Conference approaches ex-solicitor general Gopal Subramanium to defend Article 35A in Supreme Court
Article 35A in the Constitution accords special rights and privileges to the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir and denies property rights to a woman who marries a person from outside the state.
The Solicitor-General of India, Ranjit Kumar, has resigned from his post.
US president Donald Trump will nominate Washington lawyer Noel Francisco to be solicitor general, the White House said on Tuesday.
Vahanvati had served as the Solicitor General of India between June 20, 2004 and June 7, 2009. He was earlier the Advocate General of Maharashtra.
The NDA Solicitor-General has asked a five-judge Supreme Court bench how the families of the other victims in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination can be left out of the consultation process for the release of convicts. It is the right question to ask
Rohatgi represented Gujarat government in the Supreme Court in the 2002 Gujarat riots and fake encounter death cases, including the Best Bakery and Zahira Sheikh cases.
The Chief Minister argued that it wasn't unconstitutional to produce the bill in the state legislature without the Centre's assent.
The AAP government's plans to enact the Jan Lokpal Bill in a public venue next week faced fresh hurdles with Solicitor General Mohan Parasaran insisting that Lt Governor's prior approval is necessary
The Supreme Court of India today heard the petition of the former law intern who had alleged sexual harassment by a former Supreme Court Judge. The court in this case has issued notice to all the respondents in the case including the Secretary General of the Supreme Court.
The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) on Monday gave the Tata-owned Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) another extension of six months (till March 31, 2014) to operate the Taj Mahal hotel in the capital's tony locality Mansingh Road. However, the auction of the property hinges on the Solicitor-General's opinion on the right of first refusal (ROFR). <br /><br />
The resignation of Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium suggests that all is not well with the government's case in the 2G scam. But even so, the issue could have been handled more sensitively.