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Daily Update September 2nd: Teesta Setalvad Secures Interim Bail

The quick hearings and fast disposal of Setalvad's bail application indicates a shift in the SC's attitude.

3rd Sep 2022

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Teesta Setalvad’s Bail Application: Gujarat Government Faces Tough Questions

SG Tushar Mehta faced a volley of tough questions from the Bench. Tomorrow's hearing will decide whether Ms. Setalvad will secure bail.

1st Sep 2022

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Teesta Setalvad’s Arrest and the ‘Larger Conspiracy’

On June 25th 2022, activist Teesta Setalvad was arrested based on the Zakia Jafri Judgment

2nd Jul 2022

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Looking Ahead: The Court in July 2022

The Court is set to hear a slew of important cases in July 2022—will citizens be able to tune in?

2nd Jul 2022

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SCO Shorts: Zakia Jafri and the 2002 Gujarat Riots

The SC decision upholding the ‘clean chit’ given to the accused in the 2002 Gujarat Riots, ends Mrs. Zakia Jafri’s long legal battle.

30th Jun 2022

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Monthly Review: June 2022

One month into summer vacation, the SC continued to pass important judgments in 'urgent' and pending matters

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30th Jun 2022

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Months From Retirement, Justice Khanwilkar Reserves Three Critical Judgments

Benches led by Khanwilkar J will deliver crucial judgments in the FCRA, Gujarat Riots and PMLA cases before he retires.

23rd Mar 2022

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Monthly Review: December 2021

We covered cases the SC heard in December, reviewed the key judgments of 2021, and engaged with the cases that the Court will hear in 2022.

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Gujarat Riots SIT: 4 Must Reads

A curated set of ‘must reads’ surrounding the events of the Gujarat riots, the investigations that followed and their fallout.

30th Nov 2021

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Zakia Ahsan Jafri v State of Gujarat

The Court held that the Magistrate’s Court adequately addressed Mrs. Zakia Jafri’s complaints against the report of the SC-appointed Special Investigation Committee which closed investigation against the accused in the 2002 Gujarat riots case. The Special Investigation Team (SIT) had granted a ‘clean chit’ to the 63 accused persons.

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