PM Modi, PM Jugnauth jointly inaugurate new Supreme Court building in Mauritius

New Delhi, (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his Mauritius counterpart Pravind Jugnauth on Thursday jointly inaugurated the new Supreme Court building of Mauritius through video conferencing.

The inauguration took place in presence of senior members of Judiciary from Ma

SC hints it may constitute committee to probe gangster Vikas Dubey encounter

New Delhi, (UNI) The Supreme Court on Tuesday hinted that it may direct to form a committe headed by a Retired Judge to probe the killing of Kanpur gangster Vikas Dubey and his accomplices, as was done in Hyderabad encounter case. 

The top court has allowed the plea of Utta

'Doors of Justice cannot be closed,' SC to NCLAT after its closure

New Delhi, (UNI)

"The doors of justice cannot be closed", the Supreme Court told the National Company Law Apellate Tribunal (NCLAT), following its suspension of court works after a staffer tested positive for Coronavirus.

A bench comprising Justice Arun Mishra,

Petition filled in SC seeking action against landlords demanding rent during lockdown

Agencies, New Delhi

A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking action against landlords demanding rent from students and labourers during the nationwide lockdown despite the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) order asking landlords not to demand rent from them. 


Migrant labourers : SC orders Centre, states to entrust management work to volunteers

Agencies, New Delhi

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed all the state governments and the Centre to entrust the management of migrant workers' shelters to volunteers and not to police.
"You should ensure that you bring volunteers. There shouldn't be use of force or

Name and shame: Larger Bench to hear next week

New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Thursday did not interfere with the Allahabad High Court's suo motu order for removal of posters or hoardings depicting pictures, names and addresses of anti- CAA protesters in Lucknow.'The matter is to be taken up by a larger bench of the Apex Court in com

Shaheen Bagh: Apex Court no to expand ambit

New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned Delhi Police for not taking any action against people who made inflammatory remarks before communal violence broke out in North East Delhi, while hearing the petitions in connection with Shaheen Bagh matter."What happened is very, ver

Shaheen Bagh impasse: Mediators report back

New Delhi, Interlocutors on Monday submitted a detailed report, in a sealed cover, to the Supreme Court in connection with petitions challenging an agitation at Shaheen Bagh area against the Citizenship Amendment Act, which is seen as anti-Muslim. " We will go through the report and hear the

1984 anti-Sikh riots: SC refuses interim bail to Sajjan Kumar

New Delhi, The Supreme Court on Friday refused to grant interim relief to former Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, undergoing jail sentence for his involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, and said his petition will be heard again after Holi vacation. "We will hear the bail of Sajjan K

Cong welcomes SC order to de-criminalise politics, trains guns at BJP over K'taka Min

New Delhi, While welcoming the Supreme Court’s decision to ‘de-criminalise’ Indian politics, the Congress on Thursday trained guns at the BJP and alleged that the saffron party has become a shelter or rather a comfort home for people with criminal antecedents. “Modi j