We discuss three judgments in which the Court defined the extent of the powers of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies.
27th Dec 2021More
Does Aadhaar's link to electoral rolls contravene the Court's privacy jurisprudence?
21st Dec 2021More
One of the main constitutional functions of the Court is exercised through Constitution Benches.
26th Nov 2021More
Bhushan J's opinions have left an impact on reservation law, while he dealt with multiple COVID relief cases and Ayodhya disputes.
3rd Jul 2021More
The AG’s choice of placing fidelity to the Constitution or the Government can have a significant impact on how the law is shaped.
22nd Jun 2021More
DESK BRIEF: These cases will redraw the application of Aadhaar, social media regulation and permissible State and private surveillance.
22nd Aug 2019More
The Aadhaar Bill which allows individuals to voluntarily use their Aadhaar number as identification with banks and telecom companies.
13th Jun 2019More
Here are some must-reads on the constitutionality of Aadhaar
19th Oct 2018More
Roham Venkaramakrishnan writes the government's defence rests on shaky ground
4th May 2018More
Beghar Foundation v Justice K.S. Puttuswamy (Ret'd)
The Supreme Court dismissed a set of review petitions challenging the Court’s 2018 Aadhaar judgment where the Court upheld the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016. Justice Chandrachud dissented.More