Dr. Jaya Thakur v Union of India
The Supreme Court upheld Central Vigilance Commission (Amendment) Act, 2021, and the Delhi Special Police Establishment (Amendment) Act, 2021, which allow the Union to extend the tenure of CBI and ED Directors. The Bench held that the extensions granted to Sanjay Kumar Mishra was illegal, and contrary its 2021 Judgement.
C.B.I. v R.R. Kishore
The SC will determine if immunity against arrest extends to older pending cases after the provision granting immunity was struck down
Central Board Of Dawoodi Bohra Community v State Of Maharashtra
The SC referred the challenges to the Dawoodi Bohra leader's power to excommunicate members of the community to the 9-Judge Bench in the Sabarimala Review case.
Union of India v Union Carbide
The Supreme Court rejected the Union's plea to increase the compensation given to victims of the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy as a part of the 1989 settlement with the Union Carbide Corporation.
Bar Council of India v Bonnie FOI Law College
The Supreme Court upheld the Bar Council of India's power to conduct the All India Bar Examination, which is compulsory for advocates who wish the argue and practice before all courts.
Shilpa Sailesh v Varun Sreenivasan
The Constitution Bench held that the Supreme Court had the power to grant divorce to parties who directly approached it, by using the SC's discretionary powers under Article 142 of the Constitution of India.
Indian Ex Servicemen Movement v Union of India
The SC upheld the Union government's 'One Rank One Pension' policy for retired army officers. The Court held that the policy was not discriminatory and the Union had the liberty to decide how it was applied.
State of Gujarat v Jamiat Ulama-E-Hind Gujarat & Ors
Special Leave Petition challenging the Gujarat High Court's Interim Order that upholds conversion during interfaith unions between adults in the state.
T.M.D. Rafi v State of Andhra Pradesh
The Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of an Andhra Pradesh law barring non-Hindu vendors from leasing property within the Mallikarjuna Temple premises. The Court will decide whether the law is arbitrary, discriminates against non-Hindus, and violates the principles of secularism.