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Electoral bonds case: Supreme Court gives SBI 1 day to furnish data

New Delhi, March 11 -- A five-judge Supreme Court bench on Monday dismissed an application by State Bank of India (SBI) seeking time till June 30 to submit details of electoral bonds (EBs) purchased s... Read More


Literary pursuit vs criminal intent: Decoding the Saibaba verdict

New Delhi, March 7 -- In the labyrinthine corridors of justice, the distinction between possessing literature and committing a crime often blurs, casting shadows on the fundamental rights of freedom o... Read More


SC asks Kerala, Centre to resolve borrowing row

New Delhi, March 6 -- States need to abandon populism and be wary of indiscriminately disbursing freebies, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday, advising the Kerala government to exercise prudence in fis... Read More


SBI wants till June 30 to reveal details of electoral bond donors

New Delhi, March 4 -- The State Bank of India (SBI) approached the Supreme Court on Monday seeking time till June 30 to submit details of electoral bonds (EBs) purchased since April 12, 2019, to the E... Read More


No immunity in bribery cases to MPs, MLAs: SC

New Delhi, March 4 -- A seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Monday reversed the court's 1998 ruling that let lawmakers escape punishment for accepting bribes in exchange for voting or giving spe... Read More


Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu to remain shut, SC dismisses Vedanta plea

New Delhi, March 1 -- Vedanta's copper smelting plant in Tamil Nadu's Thoothukudi will stay closed, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, declaring that the plant's contributions to the nation are subo... Read More


Electoral bond verdict: Supreme Court's reasoning and the political fallout

New Delhi, Feb. 16 -- The striking down of the Centre's 2018 electoral bond (EB) scheme by the Constitution bench on Thursday highlights an array of important jurisprudential principles, besides signi... Read More


The reasoning and fallout of the electoral bonds verdict

New Delhi, Feb. 16 -- The striking down of the Centre's 2018 electoral bond (EB) scheme by the Constitution bench on Thursday highlights an array of important jurisprudential principles, besides signi... Read More


If doctors can be sued over poor service, why not lawyers, asks SC

New Delhi, Feb. 14 -- Why can't lawyers be sued for poor service if doctors can be brought before consumer courts for negligence? The Supreme Court raised this question on Wednesday as it began hearin... Read More


Babies born in Bengal prisons: Women were pregnant when entered jails, SC told

New Delhi, Feb. 14 -- In the last four years, 62 babies were born inside jails across West Bengal while 181 children are currently staying with their mothers in different prison facilities. To be sure... Read More