Monday, April 15, 2024



“No five-judge bench of Supreme Court can represent 140 crore Indians”: BJD MP Sasmit Patra on clashes between the Judiciary and Legislature

Emphasising parliamentary sovereignty, BJD MP Sasmit Patra said legislating in the parliament is the rights of MPs.

Telangana government moves Supreme Court against governor for delay in giving assent to bills passed by the assembly

Telangana govt has approached the Supreme Court seeking to direct the governor to clear 10 bills passed by the assembly months ago

The legacy of CJI Ramana: Frequent preachy speeches and why it did not achieve what he wanted – bring Judiciary closer to the people

Recently, Justice N.V.Ramana retired as the Chief Justice of India after 16 months of tenure - here is the legacy he left

Why I am worried as a private citizen over what happened in Supreme Court today over farm laws

Today the Supreme Court was hearing a bunch of petitions challenging the constitutionality of the three recently passed farm laws.

California Legislature passes bill lowering criminal penalty for LGBT adults who have sexual relations with minors

New bill passed in California to preventgay adults who sodomise or perform oral sex with minors from registered as sex offenders

No blanket ban, says SC: Can burst low pollutant crackers on Diwali and New Year within time limits

The Supreme Court also ordered the ban on the online sale of firecrackers and put a stay on the e-commerce portals from selling firecrackers.

Ordinances: Modi government’s counter to Congress’ legislative blockade

Ordinances are like the super-subs in football. Only, in this case, the playing field is parliament

Modi government comes through for Muslim women – might table a bill making triple talaq a criminal offence

This bill is expected to be tabled in the winter session of the parliament

Indian judiciary on a roller-coaster ride?

Continuous finger pointing not only reduces public faith in the constitutional offices of the parliament but also reduces the credibility of the name-caller.

Latest News

Recently Popular

Connect with us