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SC refuses to consider a plea directing ECI to publish information on the total votes polled per booth

The SC rejected a plea that sought directives for the ECI to release final authenticated data on voter turnout at all polling stations, including the number of votes cast in the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections, within 48 hours of polling.

‘National security paramount’: SC cancels bail granted by Madras HC to 8 PFI members caught with photos of RSS leaders

The NIA stated that these 8 men had hatched a conspiracy to unleash terrorist attacks in the country.

From stones pelting not being dangerous to pepper spray being one: How some of the judiciary’s confounding decisions have left the public befuddled 

In April this year, the Karnataka HC refused to dismiss a criminal case against the director of a private company and his wife, who was accused of using pepper spray on a man in self-defence.

Petition filed in a very casual and cavalier manner: Supreme Court junks PIL questioning the validity of new criminal laws

The PIL, which was filed in January 2024, sought setting up an expert panel under the chairmanship of a former judge of the Supreme Court to examine, assess and identify the viability of the three new criminal laws.

‘Personal chats between Arvind Kejriwal and hawala operators discovered’: ED to Supreme Court

"We have now found personal chats between Arvind Kejriwal and the hawala operator," Additional Solicitor General SV Raju informed the bench.

“Not a routine judgement, lot of people believe special treatment given”: Amit Shah on Kejriwal’s interim bail

Shah said that many people feel the SC's decision granting interim bail to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal in the excise policy case is akin to him getting special treatment.

The high price Arvind Kejriwal may pay for interim ‘campaigning’ bail: The possible implications for the judiciary and the Delhi government

In a recent, rather controversial decision, the Supreme Court of India granted interim bail to Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, so that he could campaign

Grounds of arrest were not given in writing: SC cites technicality to hold NewsClick founder Prabir Purkayastha’s arrest invalid

The apex court ordered that NewsClick founder and editor-in-chief Prabir Purkayastha be released, subject to him furnishing surety and bail bond

From ‘merely planned to commit terror act’ to ‘mounting cost of house arrest’: How judiciary has been especially kind to Bhima Koregaon violence accused...

The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to Gautam Navlakha, one of the accused in the violence erupted in Bhima Koregaon in 2018.

Two district judges from Himachal Pradesh move Supreme Court to challenge decision by collegium, cite injustice in appointment process of Judges

The petition highlights a broader concern regarding a frequently raised complaint that High Court collegiums do not meticulously follow the process devised by the Supreme Court for selecting judicial officers and lawyers for appointment as High Court judges.

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