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Fundamental Duties: Court in Review

Fundamental Duties are duties that citizens owe to the State. They cannot be enforced in a court of law.

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Subhash Reddy, First SC Judge from Telangana Retires

Justice Subhash Reddy retired today after three years and two months at the Supreme Court. He was elevated in November 2018.

4th Jan 2022

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The Supreme Court on Sedition: Regulate or Remove?

The Supreme Court in Kedarnath Singh (1962) restricted the scope of sedition law. Now the constitutionality of the law has been questioned.

10th Jun 2021

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Sedition: 6 Must Reads

In this post we curate a list of must reads that look into the history, evolution and application of sedition law in the Indian context.

10th Jun 2021

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Sabarimala Temple Entry Case: 4 Must Reads

4 articles which conclusively examine the Supreme Courts Sabarimala Verdict.

15th Oct 2018

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Durga Dutt v Union of India

Petition seeking the enforceability of Fundamental Duties.

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Next Hearing: April 4, 2022

Last Updated: 20220307

Bench:S.K. Kaul J, M.M. Sundresh J

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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.

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Next Hearing: August 17, 2022

Last Updated: 20211026

Bench:L.N. Rao J, Sanjiv Khanna J, B.R. Gavai J

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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.

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Karmanya Singh Sareen v Union of India

The Supreme Court is hearing a challenge to WhatsApps privacy policy for violating the right to privacy. The policy permits WhatsApp to share data with Facebook and all its group companies for the purposes of commercial advertising and marketing.

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Last Updated: 20170607

Bench:A.S. Bopanna J, , V Ramasubramanian J

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