The SC was delivering its verdict on a plea filed by Rhea Chakraborty demanding transfer of a Patna FIR alleging that she abetted Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide.
Aditya Birla Group may exit joint venture Vodafone Idea, opts for insolvency if govt does not provide relief: Report
As per Department of Telecom's estimate, the liability of Vodafone Idea is around Rs 54,183.9 crore
AGR debate: Did telcos keep shareholders in dark about potential impact on their finances and fail to make provisions?
Even when telcos stopped paying their share under the AGR and litigation began, the industry’s gross revenue was growing rapidly between 2004 and 2015
Sabarimala impasse: Sangh blocking access to temple is dangerous, privileges majoritarianism over rule of law
The Sabarimala saga just got a little more complicated. That's saying quite a bit in the light of what's been happening in Kerala ever since the Supreme Court passed an order at the end of September overturning the existing ban on girls and women between the ages of 10 and 50 offering prayers in the inner sanctum.
Sabarimala row: Who will discipline political parties for failing to uphold a Supreme Court verdict or the Constitution?
Once the Supreme Court allowed women of all ages entry into the Sabarimala temple citing the constitutional morality and values, one would have expected the political parties across the spectrum to honour it and lend their support to the Kerala government in implementing it.
Sabarimala Temple will open at 5 pm for special puja: Over 2,300 Kerala cops to watch over protesters; prohibitory orders issued
With the Lord Ayyappa shrine opening for a day on Monday, the temple town of Sabarimala has been virtually taken over by some 2,300 Kerala Police personnel after protests marred the last pilgrimage season. The pilgrims will be allowed to go up the pathway only on Monday afternoon
'Hum bolega to bologe ki bolta hai': Smriti Irani takes on trolls over sanitary pad remark with amusing photo
Smriti Irani seemingly responded to the trolling by posting a picture from her 'Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi' days.
Sabarimala row: Two women, including Hyderabad reporter, begin trek to shrine with police protection amid strong protests
Two women, including a reporter from Hyderabad, began trekking to the Sabarimala hill on Friday amid strong protests by devotees opposing the entry of girls and women of menstrual age into the Lord Ayyappa temple.
Kerala Congress leaders to hold day-long fast against Sabarimala verdict in Pathanamthitta; party in Delhi says SC order final
The Kerala unit of the Congress on Thursday stated that the party will hold a day-long fast in Pathanamthitta on Friday to protect the to protect the custom and tradition at the Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple after the Supreme Court verdict that permits women of all ages to enter the temple.
RSS calls upon all stakeholders to discuss SC's Sabarimala verdict, says respect ruling but devotees' sentiments can't be ignored
Hours after Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said his government will not file a review petition on the Supreme Court's verdict allowing women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) issued a press release calling upon all stakeholders, including spiritual and community leaders, to address the issue.
SC verdict on Sabarimala temple: Board says 'necessary arrangements' will be made; activists, politicians react
The Supreme Court on Friday ruled that women will be allowed entry into Lord Ayyappa's Sabarimala temple in Kerala.
Supreme Court allows entry of women of all ages into Sabarimala Temple, says practice violates rights of Hindu women
It said religion is a way of life basically to link life with divinity. While Justices R F Nariman and Y Chandrachud concurred with the CJI and Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice Indu Malhotra gave a dissenting verdict. The court pronounced its verdict on a clutch of pleas challenging the ban on the entry of women of menstrual age in Kerala's Sabarimala temple saying law and society are tasked with the task to act as levellers.
Supreme Court allows women entry into Sabarimala temple: 'Law and society to act as levellers,' says CJI Dipak Misra
The Supreme Court on Friday is likely to pronounce its verdict on the long-standing contention against prohibiting women from entering Lord Ayyappa's Sabarimala temple in Kerala.
The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the constitutional validity of Aadhaar has garnered a variety of responses from media outlets: some in favour, others not so much.
Supreme Court hits right notes in landmark Aadhaar verdict; Critics’ concerns met, but govt won’t be unhappy
In as much as these provisions were held to be symptomatic of a “surveillance state”, the Supreme Court judgment seems to have corroborated the views of Aadhaar critics who held such linking of services with biometric data an assault on privacy of citizens.
Changes brought in by SC's Aadhaar verdict come as relief, but judgment remains major disappointment
Overall, the impact of the Supreme Court's Aadhaar verdict is to retain the unique ID scheme, but bringing the rampant mandating to a halt comes as a relief.
Supreme Court LIVE updates: The Supreme Court also seems to have placed an undue trust in the political class by expecting that legislature will enthusiastically respond to its direction of 'considering the possibility of legislating on this subject'.
Section 377 verdict: Celebs, activists hail SC judgment; Shashi Tharoor says it 'shames' BJP MPs who opposed him in LS
The Supreme Court order on Section 377 was widely welcomed and celebrated by activists, Bollywood celebrities, and some political parties.
Section 377 verdict updates: RSS says homosexuality not crime, but needs social and psychological solutions
Section 377 verdict LIVE updates: A Supreme Court constitution bench on Thursday pronounced a unanimous verdict scrapping Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which criminalises ‘unnatural sex’. Chief Justice Dipak Misra noted that majoritarian views and popular morality cannot dictate constitutional rights.
United Nations India Thursday lauded the Supreme Court for striking down a "key component" of IPC's Section 377 which criminalises "specific sexual acts between adults" and said the judgment will boost efforts to eliminate stigma and discrimination against LGBTQ persons.