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The BJP leader and advocate Ashwini Upadhyay has notified the Supreme Court that he would like to withdraw the additional affidavit that he has filed in the religious conversion case, which had objectionable remarks against minority religions. Arvind Datar , who spoke on behalf of Upadhyay, informed the bench comprising Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha that there were some objections to some portions. We are withdrawing that additional affidavit. ...


Tiger’s Trials

One of India’s most popular tiger reserves, Jim Corbett National Park, in Uttarakhand is the focus of a Supreme Court decree which has blamed the state’s former forest minister for multiple irregularities.

Clever Move?

The proposed amendment in the Bill can deny the right to access public information if the government thinks that it impinges on the private realm of a person and is not of larger public interest.


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There are few judicial appointment procedures in the world that are completely bereft of the overarching presence of either the executive or the legislature, or both. In the end, the judge is left with all the powers vested in him/her by the constitution to uphold the rule of law, within an atmosphere of external influences.

Why judicial discretion in bail?

By Amit Subhash Dubey The purpose of bail is ...


Call for Compensation

The recent disaster in Uttarakhand has revealed the need for compensation. India lacks a firm policy and methodology in this regard and ensuring the legal rights of the affected people.

PIL, difficult to swallow

In a recent ruling, the Bombay High Court lamented the increasing number of frivolous public interest litigations being filed in courts and echoed the sentiments of the Supreme Court that such litigations are the bane of the judicial system. Is there any way to restrict their misuse?

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The Union government on Friday notified the appointment of judicial officer Aribam Guneshwar Sharma as judge of the Manipur High Court

Supreme Court refuses to transfer agricultural land for non-agricultural purpose in Himachal Pradesh

The Supreme Court has refused to transfer agricultural land for non-agricultural purpose, stating that Section 118 of the Himachal Pradesh Tenancy and Land Reforms Act, 1972 permitted only agriculturists engaged in cultivation to buy land in Himachal Pradesh

Appointment of judges: Centre proposes formation of Search Committee with 1 government nominee to assist Supreme Court Collegium

The Central government has told the Rajya Sabha that it has proposed the formation of a Search-cum-Evaluation Committee, having one government nominee, to help both the Supreme Court Collegium, as well as High Court Collegiums, in the appointment of judges

Centre opposed 18 names, 64 pending approval: Law Minister Kiren Rijiju on Supreme Court Collegium recommendations

The Central government apprised the Rajya Sabha that it has denied approval to 18 names recommended by the Supreme Court Collegium for appointment as judges
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