Disha Chaudhari's Posts
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, May 6-10, 2019
This week, the Court heard reviews on its decisions on the Rafale deal and the VVPAT. It also conducted hearings on Assam's NRC.
6th May 2019More
Monthly Review: April 2019
In April, the Court delivered judgments on the Rafale deal, the Narendra Modi biopic release, and heard important constitutional matters.
1st May 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, April 29-May 3, 2019
This week, the Court will hear challenges to the legality of the SC/ST Amendment Act, the Rafale deal, and EWS reservations.
30th Apr 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, Apr 22-26, 2019
This week, the Court will hear cases on Assam's NRC, the release of a biopic on Narendra Modi, and judicial vacancies in lower courts
22nd Apr 2019More
Supreme Court in the Classroom: Worksheet 4
In this worksheet, students are tasked with understanding the Rafale Deal as a Supreme Court case.
19th Apr 2019More
Reservations for Economically Weaker Sections : 3 Must Reads
3 Must Reads on the 103rd Amendment's creation of reservations for economically weaker sections.
18th Apr 2019More
Rafale Fighter Jet: 3 Must Reads
3 Must Reads on the Rafale Fighter Jet Deal decision, which the Supreme Court is currently deciding whether to review
17th Apr 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, Apr 15-19, 2019
This week, the Court has recommended the elevation of HC CJs Bose and Bopanna, and hear a case on the release of Narendra Modi's biopic
15th Apr 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, Apr 1-5, 2019
This week, the Supreme Court is expected to hear cases on VVPAT Verification, Tribunals and the Finance Act, Electoral Bonds, and RTI
1st Apr 2019More
Monthly Review: March 2019
In the month of March, the Supreme Court heard several important matters such as the Rafale Review Petitions and the Ayodhya Title Dispute.
30th Mar 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, March 25-29 2019
This week, the Supreme Court will hear final arguments on the legality of the SC/ST Amendment Act and hear challenges to the EWS Amendment
25th Mar 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, March 11-15, 2019
This week, the Supreme Court will continue hearings on the EWS reservations and the Rafale deal.
11th Mar 2019More
Monthly Review: February 2019
In February, the Supreme Court issued directions and conducted hearings in various constitutionally significant cases.
1st Mar 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, Feb 25-March 1, 2019
The Court is expected to hear the Ayodhya dispute, review petitions in the Rafale case, and monitor judicial vacancies in lower courts.
25th Feb 2019More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, Feb 4-8 2019
In the coming week, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the Sabarimala review petitions, and to continue monitoring the Assam NRC,
4th Feb 2019More
Monthly Review: January 2019
In January, the Supreme Court resumed work, delivered the CBI Dispute decision, added two judges, and held hearings in various cases.
31st Jan 2019More
Reservation for EWS: 5 Must Reads
Articles on the 103rd Amendment, which introduces economic reservations in educational institutions and public employment.
28th Jan 2019More
Monthly Review: December 2018
In December, the Court issued judgment in the Rafale case, heard the CBI case, and began hearing the Gujarat Encounters matter.
31st Dec 2018More
#5 Decriminalisation of Adultery
Public Interest Litigation before the Supreme Court to strike down Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code.
18th Dec 2018More
Monthly Review: November 2018
When the Court resumed work on November 13th, there were significant developments in a series of high-profile cases
3rd Dec 2018More
Week Ahead: Supreme Court, Nov 12-16 2018
This week, the Supreme Court will be hearing the Sabarimala Review, the CBI Dispute, Rafale, and Judicial Vacancies
9th Nov 2018More
SC Rejects Absolute Ban on Firecrackers
The Supreme Court has rejected a complete ban on firecrackers, but has imposed conditions on their sale and use during festivals
23rd Oct 2018More
Review Petitions in the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has been granted the discretionary powers to review its own judgments under Article 137 of the Constitution.
19th Oct 2018More