In the AMU hearings, respondents audaciously argued there were no minorities in colonial India. Will the Court consider it?
5th Feb 2024More
Manipur Government to inform the Expert Committee on steps for securing vandalised places of worship.
16th Dec 2023More
A 2-Judge Bench of the SC delivered a split verdict on Karnataka’s Hijab Ban, which means the case will be deliberated for a 3rd time!
16th Oct 2022More
What arguments were made in the challenge to the Hijab Ban in Karnataka? What will the Judgement focus on?
24th Sep 2022More
Plea for the case to be heard by a larger Bench, as it involves constitutional questions about accommodations for religious practices.
7th Sep 2022More
The cases involve questions of Reservations, Remission, Taxation and Service Rules.
30th Aug 2022More
Justices Chandrachud and Narasimha, both previously involved in the Ayodhya Title Dispute, strive for 'balance' in the Gyanvapi mosque case.
17th May 2022More
Committee of Management Anjuman Intezamia Masajid Varanasi v Rakhi Singh
The SC will decide if the Varanasi Civil Court’s Order allowing a videographic survey into the origins of the Gyanvapi Mosque violates the Places of Worship (Special Provisions) Act, 1991.More
M Siddiq v Mahant Suresh Das
The Court overturned the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment that divided the title to the Babri Masjid / Ram Janmabhoomi site. It awarded the title to the deity, Shri Ram Virajman.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
Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay v Union of India
The Supreme Court will decide whether laws on succession and inheritance must be uniform, disregarding the religion or gender of persons involved. The Court's decision is likely to contribute to national discussions about a Uniform Civil Code.More
State of Gujarat v Islamic Relief Committee of Gujarat
The Court held that diversion of tax proceeds for restoring religious shrines destroyed even due to State's negligence violates the principles of Secularism. The court underlined a conception of Secularism based on Strict Separation principle. Additionally, the court further hinted that compensation can be sought only for violation of Right to Life and not for other fundamental rights.More