Editorial: Legal lines

The Supreme Court on Monday said there are no reasons to refer a batch of pleas, challenging the constitutional validity of the Centre’s decision to abrogate provisions of Article 370 on 5 August last year, to a larger seven-judge bench. Continue Reading

No reasons to refer Article 370 matter to larger seven-judge bench: SC

The Supreme Court earlier today said,” There are no reasons to refer a batch of pleas, challenging the constitutional validity of the Centre’s decision to abrogate provisions of Article 370 on 5 August last year, to a larger seven-judge bench.
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Fresh violence in parts of northeast Delhi

There was fresh violence in parts of northeast Delhi on Tuesday with mobs vandalising shuttered shops and pelting stones. Continue Reading

UK’s top judge witnesses SC proceedings

The President of the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court Lord Robert John Reed on Monday witnessed proceedings of the Supreme Court. Continue Reading

Shaheen Bagh protesters want SC order on their security 

The Shaheen Bagh protesters told the Supreme Court appointed interlocutors on Friday that if the road parallel to the anti-CAA protest site was opened, the apex court should pass an order ensuring their security. Continue Reading

SC refuses to accept Vodafone’s proposal

The Supreme Court today refused to accept telecom firm Vodafone’s proposal to pay Rs 2,500 crore by today and Rs 1,000 crore by Friday against adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues and that no coercive action be taken against it. Continue Reading

Women officers in army: SC gives 3 months to Centre

The Supreme Court today directed the Centre to grant permanent commission to all women officers in the Army within three months and said there will not be any absolute bar on giving them command postings. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu Governor can decide on Rajiv convicts: Centre

The Central government today informed the Supreme Court that it is upto the Governor to decide on the release of the Rajiv Gandhi assassination convicts. Continue Reading