A 7-judge Bench will examine if MLAs who accept bribes to vote in a house of legislature enjoy immunity from prosecution.
27th Sep 2023More
SCO curates five pieces that cast a critical eye on the Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023
21st Aug 2023More
Who should have the power to govern Delhi? In this episode of SCO Explains, we dive into the clash over control, and try and understand why
16th Jun 2023More
We discuss three judgments in which the Court defined the extent of the powers of Parliament and State Legislative Assemblies.
27th Dec 2021More
Court grants clearance to Central Vista redevelopment project and construction of new parliament building.
13th Jan 2021More
This post outlines the process of increasing the number of judges in the Supreme Court.
20th Jul 2020More
Kalpana Mehta v Union of India
The Court held that there can be limited reliance placed on a Parliamentary Standing Committee Report during judicial proceedings.More
Partap Singh Bajwa v Chairman Rajya Sabha
The Chairman of the Rajya Sabha rejected an impeachment motion against a judge despite the motion having support of the requisite number of MPs.More
Nabam Rebia v Deputy Speaker
The Supreme Court settled the question of governor's discretion and the 'scope' of judicial review over governor's functions.More
Beghar Foundation v Justice K.S. Puttuswamy (Ret'd)
The Supreme Court dismissed a set of review petitions challenging the Court’s 2018 Aadhaar judgment where the Court upheld the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016. Justice Chandrachud dissented.More
State of Uttar Pradesh v Jai Bir Singh
A nine-judge Bench of the Supreme Court will reconsider its 1978 decision which gave a wide interpretation to the definition of 'industry' under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947, leading to a higher standard of labour rights for more people..More