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Bajaj Allianz General Insurance v Rambha Devi

A 5-Judge Bench will decide whether a person licenced to drive a ‘light motor vehicle’ under Section 2(21) of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 is automatically entitled to drive a ‘Transport Vehicle of Light Motor Vehicle Class’ with unladen weight of less than 7500 KGs.

Next Hearing: January 17, 2024

Last Updated: November 22, 2023

Bench:D.Y. Chandrachud CJI, P.S. Narasimha J, Hrishikesh Roy J, Manoj Misra J, Pankaj Mithal J

Tags:Constitution Bench, Motor Vehicles Act 1988

Central Organisation For Railway Electrification v ECL-SPIC-SMO-MCML (JV), JSW Steel Limited v South Western Railway

The Supreme Court will decide if a person who is ineligible to be an arbitrator can nominate another person to be an arbitrator.

Tej Prakash Pathak v Rajasthan High Court

The Supreme Court will decide whether the ‘rules of the game’ in a selection process for a public post can be changed after the selection process has been initiated.

Common Cause v Union of India

In 2018 the Supreme Court recognised the right to die with dignity as a fundamental right and prescribed guidelines for terminally ill patients to enforce the right. In 2023 the Supreme Court modified the guidelines to make the right to die with dignity more accessible.

Animal Welfare Board v Union Of India

The Supreme Court upheld the practice of Jallikattu, as permitted by the 2017 Tamil Nadu Amendment to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960.

Karmanya Singh Sareen v Union of India

The Supreme Court is hearing a challenge to WhatsApps privacy policy for violating the right to privacy. The policy permits WhatsApp to share data with Facebook and all its group companies for the purposes of commercial advertising and marketing.

Cox and Kings Ltd. v SAP India Pvt. Ltd.

The Supreme Court will decide if parties who did not sign an arbitration agreement can be made parties to arbitration proceedings. If this is the case, the Court will clarify the circumstances where this can be done.

Anoop Baranwal v Union of India

The Supreme Court held that a committee comprising the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition and the Chief Justice of India will advise the President on appointments to the Election Commission of India until Parliament enacts a law on the subject.

Swati Bidhan Baruah v Union of India

The Supreme Court is deciding whether the Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 violates fundamental rights guaranteed under Articles 14, 15, 16, 19 and 21 of the Constitution.

Municipal Corporation of Bombay v Ankita Sinha

The Supreme Court held that the NGT has suo moto powers to execute its functions under the NGT Act, 2010.