Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the bench headed by CJI S A Bobde that the government had accepted the report and would take necessary action as per the recommendations.
16 Jan 2020
The other petitions filed in the SC challenging CAA have invoked the court’s writ jurisdiction under Article 32, which allows enforcement of fundamental rights.
15 Jan 2020
Attorney General Venugopal says govt alone cannot be blamed for delay in recruiting judges, the HCs too take a long time in recommending names
13 Jan 2020
The magistrate cannot apply a ‘straitjacket formula’ without assessing the gravity of the prevailing situation. The restrictions must be proportionate to the situation concerned, the bench said.
11 Jan 2020
The Sikkim HC will sit for 174 days and remain closed for 192 days, resulting in an average sitting per month of 15 days only.
06 Jan 2020
Institute of Legislative Drafting and Research will train the legal officers from February 14 to 28, this year
01 Jan 2020
The apex court sought response and status report by February 2020 on several aspects in such cases including probe, forensic and medical evidence and case time frame.
19 Dec 2019
The reluctance in setting up FTSCs is because of the expenses that the states will have to bear along with the Centre.
16 Dec 2019
The Supreme Court on July 9, 2018, had dismissed the review pleas filed by the other convicts in the case, except Singh who did not file a review petition.
11 Dec 2019
An FSL report takes at least six months to come out, though there are a few exceptions because of court orders.
08 Dec 2019
If at least 1/3rd of a party decides to split, then those who have split away cannot be disqualified under Paragraph 2(1) of the law.
24 Nov 2019
In its meeting scheduled in January 2020, BCI will take a call on the experience clause for Judicial Officers.
23 Nov 2019
The aim is to help them assign tasks, synchronize calendars, provide advanced features like financial, client, and team management and also document sharing.
23 Nov 2019
Uphill task in seeking review of Ayodhya verdict in SC as AIMPLB needs to prove 'grave error' in last judgement
Muslim Law board will face difficulty in convincing the Supreme Court that there was a grave error in the unanimous Ayodhya verdict. Also seeking open court hearing is difficult
18 Nov 2019
Legally speaking, it's very difficult to overturn the unanimous verdict unlike in the case of a dissenting judgment.
09 Nov 2019