Case update

Case update

Supreme Court allows open court hearing of review petitions in Rafale case

A three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi, Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and K M Joseph has agreed to hear the review petitions filed by Yashwant Sinha, Arun Shouri and Prashant Bhushan against the Supreme Court’s judgment dated December 14, 2018 dismissing a batch of petitions seeking court monitored probe into the Rafale deal. Review petition filed by AAP leader Sanjay Singh will be taken up for hearing together.

February 26,2019

Case update

Advocate Prashant Bhushan seeks recall of contempt notice

Advocate Prashant Bhushan who is facing contempt of court proceedings for his tweet on a sub-judice matter has now filed an application in the Supreme Court seeking recall of the contempt notice on a ground that the bench which issued the notice to him had jurisdiction of hearing criminal contempt as per the roster issued under the signature of the Chief Justice of India (CJI) who happens to be the Master of Roster.

February 25,2019

Case update

CJI led bench issues notice on PIL seeking protection of human rights of Armed Forces personnel

A two-judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjiv Khanna today, February 25, 2019 issued a notice on a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Kajal Mishra And Preeti Kedar Gokhale, daughters of army personnel seeking protection of Human Rights of Armed Forces personnel.

February 25,2019

Case update

Supreme Court agrees to examine plea seeking expunction of controversial observations

A two-judge bench comprising Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjiv Khanna today, February 25, 2019 has agreed to hear a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Sona Khan, K.P. Fabian Prof Atul Sharma and others seeking expunction of observations recorded in the judgment of Justice Sudip Ranjan Sen  Meghalaya High Court wherein Justice Sen had said among other things that India should have been declared a Hindu Rashtra at the time of partition.

February 25,2019

Case update

Supreme Court junks PIL seeking to bar candidates with more than two children from contesting elections

A two-judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjiv Khanna today, February 25, 2019 dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay seeking direction from the Court to all the political parties requiring them to not field a candidate to contest election if he/she has more than two children.

February 25,2019

Case update

[Read Order] CIC holds EVM an ‘Information’ under RTI Act, but refuses to direct its disclosure to RTI applicant

CIC relying upon the Section 2(f) of the RTI Act held: “Thus, the EVM which is available with the respondent in a material form and also as samples, as admitted by the respondent during the hearing, is an information under the RTI Act."

February 25,2019

Case update

SC to States, UTs: Ensure security of Kashmiris after Pulwama attack

Attorney General of India K K Venugopal appearing for the Central Government submitted before the bench presided over by the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi that Centre has already issued an advisory to all states. CJI directed the Nodal Officers (who were appointed in pursuance of the Supreme Court orders in mob lynching case filed by Tehseen Poonawalla and Tushar Gandhi) to ensure safety and protection of Kashmiris and other minorities in the wake of Pulwama attack.

February 22,2019

Case update

Ms. X's reinstatement as ADJ: SC bench recuses itself

It has been five years since the lady ADJ first complained of discrimination to the Chief Justice of India, and her battle continues as with the order of recusal of the Bench of Justices Sikri, Nazeer and Shah, the matter would have to be argued afresh before a new bench.

February 21,2019

Case update

SC agrees to hear plea seeking protection for Kashmiris

Senior Advocate Gonsalves in his petition seek directions from the Supreme Court to prevent threats, assault, violent attacks, social boycott, ostracism, evictions and other coercive acts by groups and mobs against Kashmiris in the wake of the Pulwama terrorist attack on CRPF jawans.

February 21,2019

Environment Law

Thoothukundi Sterlite copper plant: SC sets aside NGT order

The two-judge bench comprising Justices Rohinton F Nariman and Naveen Sinha held that NGT has no jurisdiction to entertain Vedanta appeals against Tamil Nadu Government’s decision to close down Sterlite copper plant. While refusing to allow the reopening of Vedanta’s Sterlite plant on the ground of maintainability, the Court asked Vedanta to approach Madaras High Court against Tamil Nadu government’s order to close down the Sterlite units.

February 21,2019

Case update

Student leader Veewon Thokchom granted bail by CJM, Imphal East court [Read order]

The CJM Nigthoujam Lanleima, in its order asserted that the “contents of Facebook post as mentioned above cannot be states to bring into hatred or contempt or excite or attempt to excite disaffection towards the Government establishment by law. At most, the accused (Veewon) mention the incident of burning of assembly with approval, but I do not find any attempt or incitement to commit violence”.

February 20,2019

Case update

SC holds Anil Ambani guilty of contempt of court

Ericsson India had signed a seven-year deal with Reliance Communication in 2014 to manage and operate its network. In 2018 Ericsson went to the Supreme Court against Anil Ambani's company over unpaid dues of Rs. 550 crore. Ericsson had argued before the court that while the Reliance Group had the money to invest in the Rafale jet deal, it had failed to clear its dues. Reliance Communication has now been directed to pay Rs. 453 crores to Ericsson within 4 weeks to purge the contempt.

February 20,2019

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