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P Chidambaram says Centre, BJP cannot distance themselves from SC verdict on reservation, must suggest corrective measures if they disagree
India

P Chidambaram says Centre, BJP cannot distance themselves from SC verdict on reservation, must suggest corrective measures if they disagree

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram on Monday said the government and the BJP must spell out corrective measures if they do not agree with the Supreme Court judgment on reservation not being mandatory as they cannot distance themselves from it.

Ayodhya dispute: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi says BJP cannot take action on Ram Mandir before SC delivers judgment
India

Ayodhya dispute: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi says BJP cannot take action on Ram Mandir before SC delivers judgment

All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) party president Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday said, unless the Supreme Court decides on the Ayodhya issue, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) cannot do anything about it.

SC tells Parliament to draft new law on mob lynching, condemns 'mobocracy': Highlights from judgment
India

SC tells Parliament to draft new law on mob lynching, condemns 'mobocracy': Highlights from judgment

The Supreme Court bench passed a slew of directions to provide "preventive, remedial and punitive measures" to deal with offences like mob violence and cow vigilantism.

Concretising the Right to Privacy in digital times: A technological reading of the SC judgment
News & Analysis

Concretising the Right to Privacy in digital times: A technological reading of the SC judgment

Law in digital times must also grapple with the material aspects of privacy and the social and economic consequences of specific technological architectures

Striking down 66A: Did SC also say that internet offences can draw higher penalties?
India

Striking down 66A: Did SC also say that internet offences can draw higher penalties?

The same bench which struck down section 66A also held that IT crimes can have different punishments than what is prescribed under the Indian Penal Code for the same offence

CCI took down DLF by creative interpretation of its mandate
Corporate

CCI took down DLF by creative interpretation of its mandate

Now that the Supreme Court has upheld the CCI's penalties on DLF, every consumer court will be emboldened to act strongly against one-sided builder contracts

Sebi, SC have tied themselves in knots over Sahara
Business

Sebi, SC have tied themselves in knots over Sahara

The Sahara Group has been given a long rope over its OFCD refund issue by both the Supreme Court and Sebi. Why this seeming indulgence?

SC strikes a blow for inclusive RTE, but why minorityism?
Breaking Views

SC strikes a blow for inclusive RTE, but why minorityism?

The SC verdict on the applicability of RTE to unaided schools is path-breaking, but is surely wrong to exclude minority schools. Are they not part of this national cause?