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D Y Chandrachud

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'Bribery not protected as Parliamentary privileges,' SC overrules 1998 majority view in P V Narasimha Rao case [Read Judgment]
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'Bribery not protected as Parliamentary privileges,' SC overrules 1998 majority view in P V Narasimha Rao case [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court rules bribery not protected under Parliamentary privileges, overturning 1998 judgment, ensuring accountability and integrity.

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SC refuses to entertain plea for contempt against EC for seeking Aadhaar details for new electors Judiciary
SC refuses to entertain plea for contempt against EC for seeking Aadhaar details for new electors

Supreme Court dismisses plea against EC for Aadhaar requests in voter registration, citing EC's assurances on non-mandatory Aadhaar linking.

‘Can’t keep the pot boiling over dead bodies,’ Supreme Court issues directions for final rites in Manipur Judiciary
‘Can’t keep the pot boiling over dead bodies,’ Supreme Court issues directions for final rites in Manipur

Supreme Court directs Manipur government to conduct final rites for corpses in mortuaries, including unclaimed bodies, with dignity and as per religious practices. The court emphasizes on resolving the issue of long-preserved bodies and upholding the law and order during the process.

Governor can't keep Bills pending indefinitely: Supreme Court [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Governor can't keep Bills pending indefinitely: Supreme Court [Read Judgment]

Decoding the Supreme Court's decision on the Governor's power in bill assent, emphasizing its constitutional implications and impact on state legislatures in India, with a focus on the Punjab case.

Supreme Court grants protection from arrest to Congress leader Randeep Surjewala in 23-year-old case [Read Order] Judiciary
Supreme Court grants protection from arrest to Congress leader Randeep Surjewala in 23-year-old case [Read Order]

The Supreme Court of India has granted interim protection from arrest to Congress leader Randeep Surjewala in a case dating back to 2000, involving a protest in Varanasi. With a non-bailable warrant issued for his arrest, the Court has provided a five-week reprieve and a four-week period to appeal for the cancellation of the warrant.

Supreme Court gets 3 new judges, taking the strength to 34

Get the latest news about the Supreme Court as it welcomes three new judges, increasing its strength to 34. Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud administered the oath, addressing the mounting case backlog.

Supreme Court tells HCs to register suo motu case; form special bench to monitor cases against MPs/MLAs

The Supreme Court directs the High Courts to register a suo motu case for effective monitoring and expeditious disposal of criminal cases involving sitting and former MPs and MLAs, besides prioritisin...

Supreme Court Mandates Strict Scrutiny in Sexual Harassment Allegations at Work [Read Judgment]

Explore the Supreme Court's stance on sexual harassment in the workplace, emphasizing the need for serious consideration and rigorous scrutiny of accusations to ensure justice. Learn about the SC's di...

Collegium Recommends Chief Justices of Delhi, Rajasthan, and Gauhati High Courts for Elevation to Supreme Court [Read Order]

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended Chief Justices from the Delhi, Rajasthan, and Gauhati High Courts for elevation as Supreme Court judges, aiming to maintain full judge-strength due to the h...

‘Develop national model,' SC to Centre on girls toilets, distribution of sanitary napkins

Supreme Court directs the Centre to create a national model for girls' toilet facilities and standardize the distribution of sanitary napkins in government schools. This move aims to address the chall...

Supreme Court rejects plea against transfer of Gyanvapi case in HC

Stay updated with the latest legal developments as the Supreme Court rejects a plea challenging the transfer of the Gyanvapi case in the Allahabad High Court. Get insights into the decision and its im...

Don't want Supreme Court to become Taarikh-pe-Taarikh court: CJI

Chief Justice of India, D Y Chandrachud, urges lawyers to avoid unnecessary adjournments, emphasizing the need to maintain trust in the Supreme Court. Learn about his concerns and the effort to expedi...

Supreme Court reserves judgement on validity of Electoral Bonds; tells EC to furnish data on donations to Pol parties

Supreme Court reserves judgment on Electoral Bonds' validity and instructs the Election Commission to provide data on political party donations. Get insights into the legal debate surrounding clean mo...

Supreme Court orders Maha Speaker to decide disqualification against Eknath Shinde, others by Dec 31

The Supreme Court directs Maharashtra Speaker to resolve disqualification proceedings against CM Eknath Shinde and others by Dec 31, and for NCP MLAs by Jan 31, highlighting the urgency in concluding ...

Indefinite suspension to have serious repercussions, SC says on action against AAP MP Raghav Chadha

The Supreme Court of India voiced concerns over the indefinite suspension of AAP MP Raghav Chadha, emphasizing the gravity of excluding an opposition member from the House and its implications for dem...

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