Today the SC directed the Union to submit a report on which State governments were non-compliant with the SC's Judgment Shreya Singhal.
6th Sep 2022More
A three-Judge Bench stayed the Malayalam channel's ban, permitting it to resume operations until the Court reaches a final verdict.
15th Mar 2022More
DESK BRIEF: SCO explores the fine line between security and Constitutional freedoms that the SC is set to draw across cases.
11th Mar 2022More
Amidst concerns of national security, the Supreme Court shall next hear the challenge to MediaOne TV's ban on March 15th.
10th Mar 2022More
DESK BRIEF: The SC observed that suspension of Assembly members for long periods through majority resolutions threatened democracy.
12th Jan 2022More
The Supreme Court is likely to hear two important cases raising questions about press freedom in 2022.
30th Dec 2021More
DESK BRIEF: The test for sedition contains both the 'clear and present danger' and 'bad tendency' tests from SCOTUS law.
16th Jul 2021More
Sedition originated in the UK. However, in the UK and US, the law has since been struck down or repealed. Will India follow?
20th May 2021More
Section 124A as a suppression of free speech: Tracing the History of Sedition Law in India
1st Mar 2021More
SG Vombatkere v Union of India
The Supreme Court will decide if Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, that criminalises sedition, is unconstitutional.More