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In Re: Article 370 of the Constitution

The Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Union's abrogation of Article 370 which removed the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir

State of Punjab v Davinder Singh

The Supreme Court will decide if sub-classification of the SCs and STs is constitutionally permissible and if states have the power to create these sub-classifications

Association for Democratic Reforms v Union of India

The Supreme Court held that the Electoral Bond Scheme was unconstitutional for violating the right to information of voters.

In Re: Orders of Calcutta High Court dated 24.01.2024 and 25.01.2024 and ancillary issues

The Supreme Court took suo motu cognisance of conflicting orders of two benches of the Calcutta High Court, where Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay also levied allegations of misconduct on Justice Soumen Sen.

Rojer Mathew v South Indian Bank Ltd.

The Supreme Court is deciding whether Part XIV of the Finance Act, 2017 which pertains to tribunals was unconstitutionally enacted by the Lok Sabha.

Javed Akhtar v State of Gujarat

The Supreme Court is monitoring 22 alleged 'fake encounters' conducted by the Gujarat Police between 2002 and 2006.

Next Hearing: January 18, 2024

Last Updated: January 18, 2024

Bench:B.R. Gavai J, Sandeep Mehta J

Tags:minority, police

Arjun Flour Mills v State of Orissa

The Supreme Court will decide whether state governments are constitutionally permitted to collect sales tax based on annual turnover.

In Re Interplay Between Arbitration Agreements Under The Arbitration And Conciliation Act 1996 And The Indian Stamp Act 1899

The Supreme Court will decide if an unstamped arbitration agreement is invalid.

Subhash Desai v Principal Secretary, Governor of Maharashtra

The Supreme Court will reconsider the five-judge bench decision in Nabam Rebia v Deputy Speaker to clarify if a Speaker can oversee disqualification proceedings against MLAs when a motion for his own removal is pending before the House.

N. Ravi v Speaker, Legislative Assembly Chennai

The Supreme Court will decide if the immunities enjoyed by law makers under Article 194 overrides the fundamental right to freedom of speech under Article 19