“National political parties haven’t appointed information officers despite being subject to RTI law”: Anjali Bhardwaj, Amrita Johri
In a wide-ranging interview, the transparency activists also spoke about how the Electoral Bond Scheme compromises the right to information
31st Jan 2024More
Are electoral bonds the future of transparent elections, as the Union government claims, or the instrument of its demise?
31st Oct 2023More
Two Collegium members objected to CJI Lalit's proposal to elevate four Judges to the Supreme Court through the circulation of a letter.
14th Oct 2022More
DESK BRIEF: Government agencies have begun to submit evidence to the Supreme Court in ‘sealed covers’ with increasing frequency.
26th Apr 2022More
Manohar Lal Sharma v Narendra Damodardas Modi
In 2018, the court in a unanimous judgment decided not to order a court monitored investigation of the Union government's purchase of Rafale fighter aircraft. In 2019, it rejected to review its judgment.More
Association for Democratic Reforms v Union of India
The Supreme Court held that the Electoral Bonds Scheme was unconstitutional for violating the right to information of voters.More
Indore Development Authority v Manoharlal
The Court clarified the correct interpretation of Section 24(2) of the 2013 Land Acquisition Act. Among other things, it held that land acquisition proceedings cannot lapse merely because the State could not deposit compensation in a landowner's account.More