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NN Global Mercantile v Indo Unique Flame

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

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

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.

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

Aligarh Muslim University Through its Registrar Faizan Mustafa v Naresh Agarwal

The Court will determine whether Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will be able to retain its status as a Minority Institution

In Re: Article 370 of the Constitution

The Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of the Presidential Orders that removed Jammu and Kashmir’s special constitutional status, and the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019, which bifurcated the State into two Union Territories.

Manohar Lal Sharma v Union of India

The Court will decide whether there must be an investigation into the Government of India’s alleged use of Pegasus spyware on journalists, activists and public officials. The Court, after ascertaining if the Union government had used the Pegasus spyware, will decide the limits the government must adhere to while surveilling people.

Next Hearing: December 22, 2021

Last Updated: June 1, 2023

Bench:Surya Kant J, N.V. Ramana CJI, Hima Kohli J

Tags:Pegasus, Privacy, Right to privacy, Surveillance

Kantaru Rajeevaru v Indian Young Lawyers’ Association

The Supreme Court is reviewing its 2018 judgment, wherein it declared unconstitutional the Sabarimala Temple's practice of excluding women of a 'menstruating age'. The outcome may lay down a path for the Courts to reconcile the essential religious practice test with constitutional principles.

Neil Aurelio Nunes v Union of India

Having decided that seats in the All India Quota can be reserved for OBC candidates in January 2021, the SC will decide whether the Union government’s ₹8 lakh annual income criteria for determining EWS status in the forward castes is constitutional.

Next Hearing: September 7, 2022

Last Updated: May 31, 2023

Bench:D.Y. Chandrachud CJI, Surya Kant J

Tags:Chandrachud J, EWS, Medical Entrance Examination, NEET, OBC, PG NEET, Reservation

Centre for Public Interest Litigation v Union of India

The Supreme Court decided the case was infructuous as Rakesh Asthana completed his tenure and since retired as Delhi Police Commissioner.