The Supreme Court will take up final hearing from January 17, 2018 on the petitions challenging Aadhaar card. The court, however, will pronounce
The Centre has told Supreme Court that it is willing to extend the deadline for mandatory linking of Aadhaar to various services till March 31
The Supreme Court has set up a constitution bench which will hear a batch of petitions challenging the Centre’s decision to make Aadhaar
Bank account holders have been asked to furnish the Aadhaar number by the year end failing which their accounts will cease to be operational.
There are enough safeguards for Aadhaar said Union finance minister Arun Jaitley while referring to the recent Supreme Court order on the right
Jaitley said the Aadhaar legislation, passed during the BJP rule, will stand the test of the constitutionality of using the unique identification
The right to privacy cannot be denied to members of the LGBT community merely because they have unconventional sexual orientation and form a
It said the rights given under the article 21 of the constitution are not absolute rights as these are subjected to reasonable restrictions.
Justice Sapre said that it cannot be conceived that an individual enjoys a meaningful life with dignity, without such a right.
Responding reporters’ questions on the impact of SC’s order on ‘right to privacy’, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that
In a landmark decision the Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously declared that right to privacy was a Fundamental Right under the Constitution. A
The nine-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court reserved its judgement over the issue of whether right to privacy is fundamental right or
The Supreme Court of India on Tuesday decided to set up a nine-judge bench to decide whether right to privacy can be declared as a fundamental