“To maintain the independency of judiciary, it is better that we have a collegium”: Justice Sapana Malla
Justice Malla, Judge, Supreme Court of Nepal, discussed diversity, PILs, executive interference in the appointments of judges and more.
1st Dec 2023More
In a conversation with SCO, Justice Nagarathna spoke about women in the judiciary, access to justice in the digital age and more.
27th Nov 2023More
The 36th LAWASIA Conference 2023 | The fine line between indigenous rights and environmental protection
Panellists discussed the need for more empathetic approaches to indigenous people in the societal and legal realms
27th Nov 2023More
Four cases were in the forefront of the Article 370 Constitution Bench hearings. What was their relevance?
26th Oct 2023More
The Court is expected to hear all seven and nine-judge matters in the first quarter of 2024.
25th Oct 2023More
A 5-Judge Constitution Bench will decide the validity of same-sex marriages in India. SCO breaks down the case here.
20th Mar 2023More
India celebrates its 74th Republic Day today. SCO revisits the constitutional ideals on which the SC was established.
26th Jan 2023More
One of the main constitutional functions of the Court is exercised through Constitution Benches.
26th Nov 2021More
The ceiling limit for reservation as laid down in Indra Sawhney v Union of India has been challenged in several subsequent cases.
31st Mar 2021More
Subhash Desai v Principal Secretary, Governor of Maharashtra
The Supreme Court will reconsider the five-judge bench decision in Nabam Rebia v Deputy Speaker to clarify if a Speaker can oversee disqualification proceedings against MLAs when a motion for his own removal is pending before the House.More
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.More
Government of NCT of Delhi v Union of India
The Supreme Court held that the Delhi government, and not the Union, has control over the civil servants and day-to-day administration of the NCT of Delhi.More