October saw the marriage equality judgement, revival of seven-judge benches, Justice Bhat’s retirement and more
3rd Nov 2023More
The Supreme Court must take into account both structural and practical issues that cause delays at every stage of the bail process
17th Oct 2023More
The proceedings in the Bilkis Bano convict remission case have opened up some vital questions about subjectivity and standards
3rd Oct 2023More
Some of the accused activists have finally been granted bail. But charges have not been framed even five years after their arrests
13th Sep 2023More
The Constitution Bench led by Justice Nazeer held that public officials can be convicted for bribery without direct evidence.
15th Dec 2022More
The Courts and Constitution Conference was held on April 15th-16th, at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.
19th Apr 2022More
DESK BRIEF: Will the Court continue to maintain a minimum interference policy in special criminal laws with PMLA?
4th Feb 2022More
Bilkis Yakub Rasool v Union of India
The Supreme Court will decide if the Gujarat government followed due process when releasing the 11 men convicted of gangrape in the Bilkis Bano case.More
Karti P. Chidambaram v Enforcement Directorate
The Supreme Court will decide if the Enforcment Directorate is obligated to provide the accused with the EDIR filed against them, and if the reversal of the presumption of innocence in money laundering cases is constitutional. The outcome of this review will have an impact on the rights of an accused person in India’s criminal jurisprudence. It will decide if an accused can be presumed guilty until proven otherwise.More
Joseph Shine v Union of India
On September 27th 2018, the Court decriminalised adultery. On January 31st 2023, the Court clarified that decriminalising adultery did not impact members of the Armed Forces.More