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COVID-19 Exacerbates SC’s Pendency Crisis

Examining institution, disposal, and pendency during the COVID-19 years and the decline in the SC’s efficiency.

21st Apr 2022

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The Desk

Monthly Review: January 2022

The Court engaged extensively with data for reservations, the rights of money laundering suspects, and the limits of legislative privileges.

31st Jan 2022

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Pendency of Cases at the SC over the Past 5 Years [2017-2021]

Apart from 2017, the total number of pending cases at the SC increased every year from January to December.

17th Dec 2021

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Supreme Court Pendency in 2021 Increases by 7.3%

Pendency of cases at the SC has increased in 2021 by 7.3%. Currently 69,555 cases are pending.

15th Dec 2021

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The Desk

COVID Coverage: Children in Protection Homes, November 29th 2021

Nageswar Rao J stated that states cannot let long drawn out bureaucratic processes come in the way of providing basic amenities to children.

29th Nov 2021

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Covid Coverage: Children in Protection Homes, November 15th 2021

The Court ordered all States and UTs to file reports on the status of children in street situations in two weeks.

15th Nov 2021

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The COVID Effect on the Supreme Court’s Judgments in 2021

The second wave of the pandemic has had a significant effect on the number of reported judgments delivered.

11th Aug 2021

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Pendency Has Increased at Admission Stage, Reduced at Regular Stage

Over the first half of the year, pendency at the admission stage increased and reduced at the regular stage.

10th Aug 2021

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How has the Pandemic Affected Pendency at the Supreme Court?

The second wave of the pandemic has resulted in a rapid rise in the pendency of cases at the Supreme Court.

9th Aug 2021

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The Desk

The Supreme Court in Review: January to June 2021

DESK BRIEF: Looking back at the Court's work in the first half of 2021, dominated by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

2nd Jul 2021

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