The Supreme Court on Monday conceded its "mistake" and recalled its notice issued to Arunachal Pradesh Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa in cases arising out of imposition of President's Rule in the political crisis-hit hill state.
The Supreme Court on Monday questioned the age-old ban on entry of women of menstrual age group in Sabarimala temple, saying it was a public temple and everyone needed to have “the right to access”. At best, there can be religious restrictions and not a general restriction, the bench said. “It is our view that […]
The Supreme Court has quashed a perjury case initiated against a ballistic expert who was accused of helping Manu Sharma and others secure an acquittal in the trial court in the 1999 Jessica Lall murder case.
Giving a level-playing field to more than four crore people with disabilities in India, the court had held that the Centre, states and Union Territories were obligated to implement the rules of reservation for this class.