The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to file an affidavit on an interim bail plea filed by 74-year-old former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar on health grounds, who was convicted in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.
The Supreme Court on Monday, while hearing a plea seeking directions to clear the roads, which were blocked due to the farmers' protest, said the solution lies in the hands of the Centre and the concerned state governments, and that the roads should not be blocked for any reason whatsoever.
The Supreme Court on Monday imposed a cost of Rs 25000 on the state of Himachal Pradesh for filing an appeal after a delay of 650 days against the acquittal of a man convicted and sentenced to 10 years rigorous imprisonment in a POCSO case.
The petition in Supreme Court challenged the Punjab and Haryana High Court order, which had dismissed the appellant plea, noting that custody period alone cannot be a ground for suspension of sentence.
The Supreme Court has adjourned to August 25, a batch of petitions seeking permission to appear in the TGT/PGT examination for appointment of Assistant Teachers in the state of Uttar Pradesh, under Article 32.
The Supreme Court today upheld the order passed by the Jammu & Kashmir High Court, permitting the Government's appeal to disengage need base labourers from performing duties in different Sheep Breeding Farms, for being temporary in nature
The government of India cannot take an argument that a judge is not able to hear cases expeditiously because the government itself does not appoint judges in the high courts. You (Central government) have reduced the number of Judges to almost half the sanctioned strength, observed the Supreme Court
A three-Judge Supreme Court bench directed the Union Public Service Commission and the Jharkhand Public Service Commission to file a reply in a plea alleging that they violated the apex court order on appointment of the Director General of Police
The Supreme Court today issued notice on a petition challenging the constitutional validity of Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, stating that such laws posed a serious threat to the functioning of administration, as well as individuals.