Advocate Prashant Bhushan has filed his supplementary statement before the Supreme Court in the suo motu criminal contempt proceedings initiated against him, refusing to tender an unconditional apology.
On Monday a five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether right to free speech and expression of persons holding public offices may be curtailed by other fundamental rights.
The Supreme Court today asked the Department of Telecommunications to file an affidavit regarding dues to be paid by users of shared spectrum, along with a reply on past dues, dates of grant and transfer of licenses.
Advocate Prashant Bhushan has filed an application seeking deferment of hearing on sentence where the Supreme Court has held him guilty of contempt of Court till a review petition is filed and considered by the Court.
The Supreme Court in the recent Judgment in “Vijay Kurle & Ors, being Suo Motu Contempt Petition (Criminal) No. 2 of 2019” Settle the position that in suo motu Criminal Contempt cases, the Consent of Attorney General is not required.
Supreme Court to start day-to-day hearings from Monday; high court order will be subject to the outcome of the Speaker’s petition in the top court; bench says ‘Voice of dissent in a democracy cannot be shut down’
A three- Judge Bench of Justice Arun Mishra, Justice Navin Sinha and Justice Indira Banerjee set aside order of the Delhi High Court stating that the High Court should not have entertained interim bail plea of social activist Gautam Navlakha in Bhima Koregaon.