We summarise the key contentions in the Aligarh Muslim University minority status case
17th Feb 2024More
Even the minority opinion privileged a 'marriage-lite' version of queer union instead of upholding relational equality
8th Nov 2023More
In recent years, PIL has become an extension of the political theatre while voices from the ground, stay silent still.
19th Sep 2023More
There’s been an unprecedented increase in the number of petitions in recent years, but experts suggest that the SC is less PIL-friendly
15th Sep 2023More
Justice Chandrachud has played a vital role in cementing right to privacy as a fundamental right, by invoking it in important Judgments
22nd Oct 2022More
Fundamental Duties are duties that citizens owe to the State. They cannot be enforced in a court of law.
29th Mar 2022More
Justice Subhash Reddy retired today after three years and two months at the Supreme Court. He was elevated in November 2018.
4th Jan 2022More
The Supreme Court in Kedarnath Singh (1962) restricted the scope of sedition law. Now the constitutionality of the law has been questioned.
10th Jun 2021More
Durga Dutt v Union of India
Petition seeking the enforceability of Fundamental Duties.More
Jarnail Singh v Lacchmi Narain Gupta
The Court looked into whether reservations for SCs and STs should extend to promotions, by assessing its 2006 Nagaraj judgment. It will now give clarifications on its 2018 judgment. The clarifications will determine how inadequate representation can be quantified through data.More
Indian Young Lawyers’ Association v State of Kerala
The Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the Sabarimala Temple's custom of prohibiting women in their 'menstruating years' from entering.More
Karmanya Singh Sareen v Union of India