Case | Hearing Report

The immigration issue persists in other border states, not just Assam: Petitioners

Petitioners contended that the provision violates Article 14 by creating an unreasonable classification for Assam among states.

Case | Judgement

Group of Companies Doctrine in Arbitration Proceedings | Judgement Pronouncement

Supreme Court upholds Group of Companies Doctrine, says non-signatories may be bound by arbitration agreements


What does the Sisodia bail decision mean for civil liberties?

The top court’s decision to deny Manish Sisodia bail appears to fall short of its own concerns over personal liberty

Analysis | Desk Brief

The doctor’s wise words on 25 November 1949

The day before the Constitution was adopted, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar spoke about the contradiction between political and social inequality

Cases | Hearing Report

Governor cannot withhold bills indefinitely, says Supreme Court

The Court directed the Governor and the Chief Minister to engage in a discussion and find a workable solution

Assam’s National Register of Citizens


In re: Section 6A of the Citizenship Act, 1955

The Court monitored how the State Coordinator updated Assam's National Register of Citizens (NRC), so as to ensure that the NRC was published as mandated by the Assam Accord of 15 August 1985.

Pendency of bills before Tamil Nadu Governor


The State of Tamil Nadu v Governor of Tamil Nadu

The Supreme Court will hear petitions filed by the Tamil Nadu government against the Tamil Nadu Governor's withholding of pending bills passed by the state legislature. This case concerns the obligations of the Governor under Article 200, which deals with the Governor's power to assent to Bills.

UAPA Charges Related to Tripura Violence


Mukesh v State of Tripura

The Supreme Court will decide whether to quash the FIRs against 102 people, out of which 4 were arrested, under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (UAPA) for criticising the handling of the communal violence in Tripura. The Court will also decide whether Sections 2(1)(o), 13 and 45(d)(5) of the UAPA are constitutional.

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