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A tale of two Chief Ministers

Arvind Kejriwal and Hemant Soren were both arrested by the ED in PMLA cases. Why did only one of them get interim bail to campaign?

26th May 2024

Article 31C


The effect of striking down a substitution: The Article 31C story

A recent hearing brought a crucial constitutional question to the fore—is the original provision revived when an amendment is struck down?

25th May 2024



Former Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren withdraws his challenge to ED arrest from the Supreme Court

Supreme Court raps Soren's legal team for withholding crucial information concerning his plea

22nd May 2024


Case against former Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren “fabricated”, petitioners argue

The Enforcement Directorate argued that CM Arvind Kejriwal's interim bail was granted on different circumstances that do not apply to Soren

21st May 2024

People approaching the Supreme Court (Election cases)


The Supreme Court’s election duty

Landmark decisions, frivolous petitions, review requests—the top court sees it all during election season

20th May 2024


Supreme Court reserves judgement in Arvind Kejriwal’s plea challenging his arrest

The ED argued that reasonable suspicion of guilt is enough to determine whether a person could be arrested under PMLA

17th May 2024


Sufficient material to implicate Arvind Kejriwal, Enforcement Directorate argues

The ED argued that Arvind Kejriwal bypassed procedures by directly approaching the High Court to challenge his arrest

16th May 2024



Justice A.S. Bopanna’s Notable Judgements

From demonetisation to legislative immunity for lawmakers, Justice Bopanna was part of key Constitution Bench cases at the top court

16th May 2024