Amid a political row over Facebook India executives’ alleged bias towards BJP, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday wrote to Mark
A bill which seeks to extend by ten years the quota given to SCs and STs in Lok Sabha and state assemblies was moved for consideration in Lok
Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Wednesday accused Opposition of adopting double standards on the issue of EVMs, saying leaders from their
Even as the government said the judiciary will sort the issue within itself and “it doesn’t need to interfere”, the legal fraternity termed the
He was appointed solicitor general in June 2014 after the Modi government came to power. His second term as solicitor general was renewed recently.
The National Green Tribunal’s historic order banning 10-year-old diesel vehicles in Delhi- NCR “violated” the law and the authority to fix the
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today created ripples by alleging that there was a 'widespread' fear that the phones of judges are being
Delhi government Law Minister Jitendra Singh Tomar could be in for more trouble over the controversy on his law degree. The Delhi Bar Council has
The government on Friday said there is no proposal to increase the retirement age of Supreme Court judges but steered clear of giving a
The Election Commission wants to use a new machine to enhance secrecy of votes during counting which prevents disclosure of voting pattern.
Parliament cleared a Constitution amendment bill on Thursday that will facilitate setting up of a commission for appointment of judges, replacing
A landmark bill to overturn the collegium system was a step short of becoming the law with the Lok Sabha approving it on Wednesday which amid
Keen to bring a bill to scrap the present system of appointment of judges, government is weighing its options on the shape of the proposed body
Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu said the whole account of the affair was first brought out by former Supreme Court judge