Rajya Sabha condemns Katju for his remarks against Gandhi, Bose

Cutting across political divide, Rajya Sabha members Wednesday condemned former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju for calling Mahatma Gandhi a British agent and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose a Japanese one, with some even demanding action against him.

Justice Roy sworn in as Supreme Court judge

Justice Amitava Roy was Friday sworn in as a judge of the Supreme Court.

Noted jurist VR Krishna Iyer passes away in Kochi; PM Modi, legal luminaries mourn his demise
Noted jurist VR Krishna Iyer passes away in Kochi; PM Modi, legal luminaries mourn his demise

Kochi: Former Supreme Court judge and renowned legal luminary VR Krishna Iyer passed away at a private hospital here on Thursday afternoon, He was 100.

If I were dictator, I would introduce Gita in Class I: Supreme Court judge

Supreme Court judge Justice AR Dave on Saturday said that Indians should revert to their ancient traditions, and texts such as Mahabharata and Bhagwad Gita should be introduced to children at an early age.

Congress, BJP spar over former S-G Gopal Subramaniam, PM Modi upset

While Congress and BJP continue to spar over former solicitor general Gopal Subramaniam, whose name was segregated from the list of four people to be made Supreme Court judges, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reportedly upset with the controversy.

Move on Gopal Subramanium was based on `cogent` reasons: Govt

Government on Wednesday defended its decision to return the recommendation of the Supreme Court collegium to appoint senior lawyer Gopal Subramanium as a judge of the apex court.

Gopal Subramanium`s segregation done by government without my consent: CJI RM Lodha

Speaking on the Gopal Subramanium controversy, CJI RM Lodha said that former Solicitor General`s segregation was unilaterally done by government without his knowledge and consent.

A very carefully orchestrated drama to scuttle my elevation: Gopal Subramanium to CJI

In a nine-page letter to Chief Justice of India R M Lodha, former Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium today withdrew his consent for appointment as a Supreme Court judge protesting against "a very carefully orchestrated drama" to scuttle his elevation.

Most unfortunate, says Congress on Gopal Subramanium withdrawing name for appointment as SC judge

The Congress said on Wednesday that it was most unfortunate that former Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium had withdrawn his name for appointment as Supreme Court judge.

Former S-G Vs govt: Gopal Subramanium says let down by NDA, BJP rubbishes charges

After Ex-SG Gopal Subramanium withdrew his candidature for appointment as Supreme Court judge saying that he was “let down” by the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre over lack of support, the BJP rubbished the charges.

`Let down` by NDA govt, Gopal Subramaniam withdraws name for appointment as SC judge

Former Solicitor General Gopal Subramaniam has withdrawn his candidature for appointment as Supreme Court judge over lack of support from the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre, reports said on Wednesday.

Majority of legal fraternity welcome Ganguly`s resignation

A majority of legal fraternity welcomed the resignation of former Supreme Court judge AK Ganguly as chairman of West Bengal Human Rights Commission.

Ex-SC judge AK Ganguly resigns as West Bengal rights panel chief

Retired Supreme Court judge, AK Ganguly met Governor MK Narayanan on Monday.

Left Front undecided over Ganguly`s resignation

Left Front said sexual harassment allegations against AK Ganguly "might be a part of retribution by those aggrieved by his verdicts".

SC judge favours consensus between legislature, judiciary

In the context of criticism of judicial activism, Supreme Court judge Vikramajit Sen on Saturday said there was a need for a broad consensus between legislature and judiciary in the interest of growth and governance.

Was denied copy of law intern`s affidavit: Justice AK Ganguly

Justice (retd) AK Ganguly said on Thursday that he was denied a copy of the law intern`s affidavit on grounds of confidentiality.

Govt may move towards Presidential Reference against Justice Ganguly

Government on Thursday appeared to be moving towards making a Presidential Reference for removal of Justice AK Ganguly as head of WBHRC.

Law clerk threatened to frame Justice Ganguly: WBHRC

Amid calls for Justice Ganguly`s resignation as WBHRC chairman, the Commission on Wednesday took cognisance of an alleged threat by a law clerk to frame its chief in a molestation case.

Lawyers come out in support of former Justice Ganguly

A group of lawyers from the Calcutta High Court on Wednesday came out in support of former Supreme Court judge A K Ganguly, saying he should be allowed to work freely till proven guilty.

Kolkata lawyers march to protest witch-hunt against Ganguly

Over 100 Calcutta High Court advocates Wednesday took out a silent march here showing solidarity with ex-judge AK Ganguly amid a growing chorus for his removal as the West Bengal Human Rights Commission chairman.