Recalling its March 2018 decision that had diluted the act, the top court on Tuesday said the fight for equality and civil rights of the Dalits is not over yet.
A bench headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi refused to pass any order on the issue of detention of former J&K chief minister Farooq Abdullah under the Public Safety Act
Following abrogation of Article 370 provisions and bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh, several petitions have been filed in the apex court challenging the Centre's decision
The order was pronounced by a division bench of Chief Justice Sanjoy Karol and Justice Arindam Lodh after hearing public interest litigation.
Relatives of two detainees in Kashmir have moved Srinagar wing of Jammu and Kashmir High Court, claiming they are minors. The court has ordered a probe in one and asked the government to file a reply in the another case
The court granted bail to local Bajrang Dal member Yogesh Raj, the main accused in the 2018 Bulandshahr violence case that left Police officer Subodh Kumar Singh and a civilian dead.
The Shahjahanpur law student who has accused former Union Minister and BJP leader Chinmayanand of rape was on Wednesday arrested in an extortion case
The court had earlier asked the litigants to file schedules of presenting their arguments. The judgement in country’s most politically charged dispute is expected to be delivered by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, who is due to retire on November 17 this year.
The plea filed by advocate Gaurav Bansal claimed the Central Pollution Control Board and Delhi Pollution Control Committee have unequivocally said that odd-even policy, which was implemented in 2016, has failed to curb air pollution in the national capital region.
The top court on Monday issued notice to the Centre on Tamil Nadu politician and MDMK chief Vaiko's habeas corpus petition on detained former Jammu and Kashmir Cheif minister, Farooq Abdullah, post the abrogation of Article 370.
On Friday, the apex court referred to its three-judge bench the Centre’s plea seeking review of the March 20, 2018 verdict which had virtually diluted provisions of arrest under the SC/ST Act.