Senior Advocate A.M. Singhvi argued that the Vijay Madanlal judgement incorrectly upheld provisions which were declared unconstitutional
23rd Nov 2023More
In Vijay Mandanlal, a three-judge Bench had upheld the wide powers of the ED while also holding that the PMLA is not a penal statute
22nd Nov 2023More
October saw the marriage equality judgement, revival of seven-judge benches, Justice Bhat’s retirement and more
3rd Nov 2023More
In 2022, the Supreme Court delivered important Judgments on reservations, religious freedoms, freedom of speech and more.
22nd Dec 2022More
On July 27th, 2022, the SC held that the Prevention of Money Laundering Act must be stringent, as it was designed to tackle a heinous crime.
9th Aug 2022More
Justice Khanwilkar wrote a number of impactful Judgments including a flurry of decisions delivered at the end of his 6-year tenure.
28th Jul 2022More
The SC delivered Judgments on the One Rank One Pension policy and Vanniyar reservations in Tamil Nadu.
1st Apr 2022More
The Court engaged with State reservations policies, the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, and the Union's OROP policy.
28th Feb 2022More
DESK BRIEF: The Prevention of Money Laundering Act was enacted to honour India's obligations under a UN Convention on Drug Trafficking.
8th Feb 2022More
DESK BRIEF: Why was a Money Bill used to pass amendments to the PMLA, even though it did not contain any finance related provisins?
1st Feb 2022More
Karti P. Chidambaram v Enforcement Directorate
The Supreme Court will decide if the Enforcment Directorate is obligated to provide the accused with the EDIR filed against them, and if the reversal of the presumption of innocence in money laundering cases is constitutional. The outcome of this review will have an impact on the rights of an accused person in India’s criminal jurisprudence. It will decide if an accused can be presumed guilty until proven otherwise.More