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Article 31C

Analysis

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

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Analysis

A complete timeline of the Electoral Bond Scheme

A comprehensive timeline of one of the biggest cases on political funding that preceded the 2024 Lok Sabha Election

14th May 2024

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Channel

State Governments’ Power to Regulate Industrial Alcohol

In April 2024, the top Court heard 6 days of arguments on states and the Union government's power to regulate Industrial Alcohol

13th May 2024

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Analysis

The making and unmaking of the Electoral Bond Scheme: Part 1

The Supreme Court’s judgement has validated the concerns expressed by various stakeholders during the planning stage of the Scheme.

11th Apr 2024

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constitution

Analysis

Reasoning against the clock

Holding account of the pace of constituting Constitution Benches

8th Apr 2024

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Monthly Review February 2024

Analysis

Monthly Review: February 2024

In February, the Supreme Court heard three Constitution Bench matters and delivered two judgements

27th Mar 2024

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absurdity

Analysis

Undoing an absurdity

The Supreme Court’s decision in the Sita Soren case overrules a 26-year-old judgement on the extent of legislative immunity

11th Mar 2024

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cases

State of Kerala v Union of India

The Supreme Court will determine whether the Union's imposition of a ceiling limit for borrowing additional funds amounts to executive overreach

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Bench:Surya Kant J, K.V. Viswanathan J

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Gayatri Balasamy v ISG Novasoft Technologies Limited

The Supreme Court will decide if courts have the power to modify arbitral awards under Sections 34 and 37 of the Arbitration Act

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Bench:Dipankar Datta J, K.V. Viswanathan J, Sandeep Mehta J

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State of Uttar Pradesh v Lalta Prasad Vaish

The Supreme Court will decide if industrial alcohol falls within the exclusive jurisdiction a state government

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Property Owners Association v State of Maharashtra

The Supreme Court will decide if private property can be considered “material resources of the community” under Article 39(b) of the Constitution

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High Court Bar Association Allahabad v The State of Uttar Pradesh

The Court decided that Constitutional Courts should not typically impose a time limit to dispose a case pending in any Court. A stay order granted in civil and criminal cases will remain in operation till the case is decided, unless it is expressly timebound.

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