27 Jun 2011
Despite strict laws in favour of women in India, the crime and violence against them refuses to decline and are rather on the rise. According to experts, it is not the law but the law enforcement mechanism has failed to ensure women’s safety in the country.
20 Sep 2014
New Delhi: CBI on Saturday moved the Supreme Court with a fresh perjury application against noted lawyers Prashant Bhushan and Kamini Jaiswal and their NGO Centre for Public Interest Litigation for allegedly making false statements before the apex court against CBI Chief Ranjit Sinha.
09 Dec 2015
New Delhi: As flood water in Chennai has started to recede, a lawyer yesterday moved the Supreme Court seeking directions to check the drainage system in Tamil Nadu to prevent waterlogging and manage such catastrophe in future.
21 Oct 2016
The Supreme Court on Friday ordered BCCI to freeze funds given to state associations until they implement sweeping reforms backed by the highest court.
19 Oct 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday retained its direction to Karnataka to release 2000 cusecs of Cauvery water per day to Tamil Nadu.
06 Oct 2016
The Supreme Court on Thursday gave a final ultimatum to the BCCI to give an undertaking that it will implement the Lodha Committee directions by Friday.
23 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Sahara Chief Subrata Roy and two other group directors will have to surrender to custody within a week, with the Supreme Court today terminating the "interim arrangements" of granting parole to them.
24 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Vikram Singh Chauhan, who was the face of two brazen assaults on journalists and JNU students and teachers at a court complex here last week, appeared before police today.
20 Sep 2016
Bengaluru: Karnataka would challenge the Cauvery Supervisory Committee's Monday order to release more water to Tamil Nadu in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, said state Home Minister G. Parameshwara.
26 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today said that just because the bull-taming sport of Jallikattu is a centuries-old tradition, it can't be justified.