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Supreme Court of India

Supreme Court permits urgent hearing on Mathura demolition amidst legal standstill

Supreme Court Permits urgent hearing on Mathura demolition amidst legal standstill; parties granted liberty to approach Allahabad High Court Chief Justice

Apex Court concern for democratic decency and Rahul’s ‘idea of India’

Most of the newspapers have buried the apex court observation on Rahul Gandhi slur on Modi surname and the court suggestion to ‘a person in public life’ in their insignificance interior of the story limiting to few words as if political decency has no role in 21st Century democracy.

Legalization of Same-sex Marriages: What’s going on around?

Through this column, I have tried to put forward a basic analysis on why the issue needs immediate attention.

The dangers of judicial activism and overreach

there has recently been a heated discussion about the judiciary's function in India, particularly the line between judicial activism and judicial overreach.

An open letter to my lords in supreme court

We are increasingly worried about the impression that the Supreme court is giving to us about total lack of awareness about the various subversive forces that are operating in the country and their modus operandi.

क्या आप जवाबदेह नहीं माय लॉर्ड?

पिछले कुछ दिनों में, एक आश्चर्यजनक घटनाक्रम हुआ है जो बहुत अधिक जन रुचि का नहीं है, फिर भी बौद्धिक रुचि का है। विभिन्न अदालतों में जजों की नियुक्ति को लेकर केंद्र सरकार और सुप्रीम कोर्ट में आमना-सामना हो गया है।

The tussle with “Collegium System”

Supreme Court wants its absolute control over Collegium System and Central government is determined to play its role as the ruling representative body of the citizens of India. Let us see where the thing goes.

A case of “justice denied”

The Supreme Court of India, in July 2017, declined to entertain a petition seeking investigation into the alleged mass murder of Kashmiri Pandits in the valley in 1989-90, during the heights of militancy.

Legal Article: Examining the Constitutionality of the Constitution (Schedule Caste) order, 1950

It is unjust, unfair, unreasonable to make the vulnerable community (Dalits) choose between their fundamental rights and the protectoral benefits under SC/ST Act,1989.

The Supreme Court is out of order

Unsurprisingly, the Court has never taken notice of numerous instances where Hindu Gods & Goddesses have been insulted and religious sentiments of the Hindu community have been grievously hurt.

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