The Supreme Court Friday sought a response from states where incidents of threat and violence against Kashmiris were reported following the
CBI told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that its probe into the Saradha scam led to the arrest of “people found close to or connected”
Railways is set to become the first government department to implement the 10 per cent quota for the general category poor, providing around
Justices Hemant Gupta, R Subhash Reddy, M R Shah and Ajay Rastogi were Friday sworn in as judges of the Supreme Court, taking its strength to 28.
The Supreme Court Friday sought a response from the CBI, the CVC and the Centre on agency Director Alok Kumar Verma’s plea challenging the
The Supreme Court Tuesday permitted the sale and manufacture of low emission “green” firecrackers countrywide and fixed a two-hour
Concerned over the rise in vacancies of college and varsity teachers, the government on Thursday said it has asked all universities in the
The Supreme Court has declined to suspend its ruling on the SC/ST Act but said it will consider in detail the Centre’s review petition
The central government on Monday filed a review petition challenging Supreme Court’s order on SC/ST Atrocities Act banning automatic arrest and
The Central government on Thursday gave broad hints of filing the review petition against Supreme Court’s recent ruling on the SC/ST Atrocities
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.
Government officials said the CBI was in favour of filing the SLP in 2005 but the then UPA government did not give its nod.
On Friday, the Supreme Court asked the Committee of Administrators (CoA) appointed by it to run the BCCI, to release funds to state cricket
Criminal proceedings in grave offences like rape and murder cannot be quashed despite the victim and the accused reaching a compromise and coming