Article 370

SC to Consider listing of pleas challenging abrogation of Article 370

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that it would consider to list for hearing apetition challenging the Centre’s decision to abrogate provisions of Article 370 which had given special status to Jammu and Kashmir. One... Read more »
Dalit, Christian, muslims

Court @ Glance on Dece 7: Exclusion of Muslim and Christian Dalits from SC, the Core Issue in the Apex Court

Important Matters listed before courts on December 7 The Supreme Court to continue hearing on the batch of pleas that had argued that exclusion of Christian and Muslim Dalits from the list... Read more »

‘Let the Collegium function according his duties’ Apex Court take a Dig on few of Retired Judges

The Collegium System is most Transparent and functioning well. Let us perform our duties and let the collegium function according to his duties too. The Supreme Court bench was hearing a petition... Read more »
Foced Conversion

Forced conversion cannot be taken lightly, Center’s Affidavit in Supreme Court

The Centre on Monday submitted an affidavit in Supreme court and said that strict steps will be taken against forced conversions. On the notice of the apex court, the Center categorically said that... Read more »
Same Sex Marriage, CJI, Supreme Court

Same-sex marriage can be given legal recognition? SC will Examine

Supreme Court will decide whether same-sex marriage can be given legal recognition or not? Supreme Court to examine the issue of legalizing same-sex marriage. The Supreme Court issued a notice to the... Read more »
Collegium, Central Government, NJAC

SC Questions Govt over Arun Goel’s ‘Lightning Fast’ appointment, Reserves Verdict

For the third day in a row the government Attorney General (AG) for India R Venkataramani faced tough questions as the Supreme Court scanned the system to appoint Election Commissioners and the... Read more »
Justice Joseph , Union Government

Dire Need of Change in the Process of Appointment of EC’s!

Supreme Court judge Justice K.M. Joseph on Wednesday disagreed with the counsel for the Election Commission of India, who said that the right to vote is a statutory right and not a... Read more »

Kantara’s Producer’s Petition Dismissed in Kerala High Court But Why! See here

‘Kantara’ Film producer Vijay Kiragandur has come back empty handed from Kerala High Court. Single Bench of Justice CS Dias has dismissed the petitions challenging the orders of the Palakkad District Court... Read more »

The colonial origins and constitutionality of ‘sedition’

In Bharat, a provision relating to sedition was first included as Section 113 of the Draft Penal Code of 1837 prepared by the First Pre-Independence Law Commission under the Chairmanship of Thomas... Read more »

Attempts to undermine public trust in constitutional institutions cannot be endured in a democratic setup

The unrest and ruckus created over the recent farm laws has attempted to dismantle the position of parliamentary sovereignty in India. In this post I have attempted to harmonious the fundamental constitutional... Read more »