The Supreme Court reprimanded the Punjab government on Monday over rampant manufacturing and sale of illegal liquor in the state and directed it to file an affidavit regarding the steps taken so far to curb the menace.
The Bench of Justice M.R. Shah and Justice M.M. Sundresh came down heavily on the State of Punjab for 'only filing FIRs' and not taking any further action on them.
It said that being a border state, Punjab government needs to be very careful. Any...
The Bill has attempted to correct the anomalies of the 2019 Bill and includes measures for greater right to privacy and huge penalties for data fiduciaries who fail to take measures against data breaches
How accurate and legal are polygraph tests? Aftab Poonawala, accused in the murder of Shraddha Walker, underwent a polygraph test at the forensic science laboratory in Delhi. However, assessments of polygraphy by scientific and government bodies suggest that the test is an imperfect or invalid means of assessing honesty.
With the Court hearing pleas seeking recognition of same-sex marriages, hopes have been raised for the LGBTQIA+ community. While consensual, private same-sex relationships are legal, marriages are not.
Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chadrachud has constituted a committee for comprehensive audit of the Supreme Court premises, to ensure accessibility in the justice system, under the chairmanship of a sitting judge of the Apex Court.
The CJI announced the formation of the Supreme Court Committee on Accessibility on Saturday, on the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
As per the CJI, the Committee, to be headed by Justice S. Ravindra Bhat, will take into consideration t...