’There’s a thin line between free speech and contempt that you may have crossed: SC rebukes Prashant Bhushan in 2010 contempt case
The said contempt case was registered against Bhushan for a 2009 interview to Tehelka magazine where he had accused the judiciary of corruption.
Supreme Court allows Rath Yatra in Puri, Odisha with restrictions, gives state power to stop festivities ‘if things go out of hand’
The Supreme Court today allowed Rath Yatra procession to be carried out in Puri, Odisha, amid coronavirus scare. The state shall make necessary arrangements to ensure infection does not spread.
Shameless, sexual pervert: Former SC Judge Markandey Katju rants as President nominates ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi to Rajya Sabha
Katju's anger against Gogoi perhaps stems out from a past incident when in 2016, a Supreme Court bench headed by then SC Judge had slapped a contempt notice on retired judge Markandey Katju for his controversial social media posts on sensitive issues.
Here are the 5 judgements that CJI Gogoi is set to deliver in 10 days before he retires on November 17
The cases being heard by the CJI touch diverse topics such as defence, religion and politics.
Justice SA Bobde will be the 47th Chief Justice of India. His term will continue until April 23, 2021.
Former CJI RM Lodha has stated in his police complaint that he had deposited Rs 1 lakh in an account number provided in an email from his friend's hacked account.
With Rahul Gandhi contempt notice up for hearing, CJI says allegations to dissuade him for hearing important cases
CJI Gogoi also said, in response to the sexual harassment allegations, that this is a pressure tactic to dissuade him from hearing important cases that are up for hearing next week.
It remains to be seen if the Editors at The Wire will be called in for Contempt of Court under the Contempt of Courts Act 1971.
The Wire has invited the ire of the Chief Justice of India with their 'irresponsible' reporting of the CBI issue
AG KK Venugopal claimed that People have travelled thousands of Kilometers to reach the court but the CJI Gogoi refuses to hear them