The Supreme Court today said that the Ayodhya land dispute will not involve any third party. The order came while it rejected 32 intervening applications. Several persons including Aparna Sen, Anil Dharakar and Teesta Setalvad had filed applications to intervene in the dispute. They had sought to argue that the land at Ayodhya be used for secular use rather than religious use by adjudicating the dispute between Hindus and Muslims.
While allowing passive euthanasia, the Supreme Court made some very interesting observations. The court held that the right to die with dignity is a fundamental right.
New Delhi: In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court on Friday allowed passive Euthanasia with guidelines.
The Supreme Court on Friday allowed passive euthanasia. In a landmark verdict, the court permitted the person in question to draft a living will specifying that he should not be given life support treatment if he slips into incurable coma state in the future.
The Supreme Court on Thursday restored the marriage of Hadiya with her husband Shafin Jahan. While upholding the marriage, the court however told the NIA that it could continue its probe into the Love Jihad case.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the probe into the PNB scam and said that it would let the government do its job. The court took note of the fact that multiple agencies were already probing the case and hence any interference at this stage would not be mandated or even right.
A plea seeking an SIT probe into the Rs 11,400 crore PNB scam involving Nirav Modi has been filed in the Supreme Court. The plea seeks the establishment of an SIT comprising retired judges of the Supreme Court.
Those candidates contesting elections will now have to disclose their source of income and also that of their families, the Supreme Court said. The court on Friday allowed a petition filed by Lok Prahari an NGO which sought a direction to this effect.
No single state can claim exclusive ownership over its water, the Supreme Court held while giving out the verdict in the Cauvery Waters Case. The 465 page verdict deals with a variety of issues and in its final verdict the court awarded Karnataka an additional 14.75 tmcft of water.
Do you value a rape at Rs 6,500 the Supreme Court asked while taking to task the government of Madhya Pradesh. The observations were made by a Bench comprising Justices Madan Lokur and Deepak Gupta while examining an affidavit filed by the MP government on the utilisation of funds from the Nirbhaya scheme.