The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB), which runs the historic Sabarimala temple in Kerala, took a U-turn in the Supreme Court on Wednesday by
The Supreme Court Wednesday once again refused to stay its verdict which allowed entry of women of all age groups into Kerala’s Sabarimala
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the validity of parliamentary committee reports cannot be challenged or questioned in courts. A
Two Congress MPs on Tuesday withdrew their petition from the Supreme Court challenging rejection of their notice of impeachment against Chief
The Supreme Court has referred the matters related to the bull-taming sport Jallikattu to a Constitution bench. The apex court had said on
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 top court said that a five-judge constitution bench will examine the limited issue as to whether the 2006 verdict should be relooked into or not.
In a far reaching development, the Supreme Court on Monday held that any appeal for votes on the ground of “religion, race, caste, community or