Kesavananda Bharti and others vs State of Kerala: When democracy was saved in 1973

Kesavananda Bharti

New Delhi, Sep 07: Kesavananda Bharti will always remain etched in the history of India. He lent his name to one of the most iconic cases in India called the Kesavananda Bharti and others vs the State of Kerala. It was on his petition that the Supreme Court delivered the landmark verdict. 

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Sushant Singh Rajput case: When Supreme Court created history under Article 142

sushantsinghNew Delhi, Aug 19: It was a first in the Supreme Court, when a single judge Bench of the Supreme Court exercised its extraordinary power under Article 142 of the Constitution.

Justice Hrishikesh Roy ordered a CBI probe while presiding over a single judge Bench in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. Justice Roy said that to ensure public confidence in the investigation and to do complete justice in the matter, this Court considers it appropriate to invoke the powers conferred by Article 142 of the Constitution.

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Fact check portals based on perception, conjecture, surmises, Centre tells SC in Tablighi case

tablighi-jamaat-1New Delhi, Aug 07: The Centre on Friday while responding to a petition filed in the Supreme Court in the Nizamuddin Markaz congregation of Tablighi Jamaat case defended the rights of the media to reports facts.

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Rhea grabbed Sushant’s money, gave him overdose of medicines: Bihar cops tell SC

rhea-sushantNew Delhi, Aug 07: The Bihar government has filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court accusing Rhea Chakraborty and her family of coming in contact with Sushant Singh Rajput with an intention of grabbing his money.

The affidavit said that Rhea and her family came in contact with Sushant with the sole intention of grabbing his money and later painting a false a picture of his mental illness.

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Sushant Rajput death: Ball in SC’s court as Bihar, Maharashtra police fight it out

sushantsinghNew Delhi, Aug 01: The death of Sushant Singh Rajput is taking several turns and now both the Maharashtra and Bihar police want to be heard by the Supreme Court before any decision on the FIR is taken.

While Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister, Sushil Kumar Modi has demanded a CBI probe, the Enforcement Directorate registered a money laundering case. On the other hand, Maharashtra Chief Minister, Udhav Thackeray attacked the BJP for criticising the Mumbai police on its probe.

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Congress to move SC after Raj HC orders status quo on disqualification notices

gehlot-pilotJaipur, July 24: The Congress has decided to move the Supreme Court after the Rajasthan High Court today deferred proceedings and ordered that no action shall be taken against Sachin Pilot and the rebel MLAs.

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Seeking protection from cops, cop accused of being Vikas Dubey’s mole moves SC

vikas-dubeyNew Delhi, July 13: A police man accused of being Vikas Dubey’s mole has sought protection ini the Supreme Court. He has apprehended danger from encounter specialists in the UP police, who had killed Vikas Dubey, accused of killing 8 cops.

The cop is accused of being Dubey’s mole. He is alleged to have tipped off Dubey about the police raid that led to heavy firing by the gangster and his associates, resulting in the death of the police personnel.

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SC seeks government’s reply on plea seeking to ban Zoom video calling app

zoom1aNew Delhi, May 23: The Supreme Court has sought a reply from the government on a petition that sought to ban the Zoom video calling app.

Harsh Chugh, a part time tutor said in his petition that the use of Zoom should be banned for both official and personal purposes until a law addressing data security issues is put in place. A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, S A Bobde issued notice to the government returnable by four weeks.

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States should consider home delivery of liquor: Supreme Court

liqour-New Delhi, May 08: States should be advised to consider indirect sale, home delivery of liquor to ensure that there are no crowds at the alcohol stores, the Supreme Court has said.

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Bhima Koregaon: SC directs Navlakha, Teltumbde to surrender within 3 weeks

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Top: Gautam Navlakha Bottom: Anand Teltumbde

New Delhi, Mar 16: The Supreme Court has directed Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde to surrender before the police within 3 weeks. Both are accused in the Bhima Koregaon case. Navlakha through his counsel told the court that he is not a violent reactionary of any sort.

I have an intellectual approach which may on some issues be against the state. The court however rejected his contention and asked him to surrender within 3 weeks. The court also directed that they surrender their passports immediately.

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