Disproportionate assets case: SC to hear Jayalalithaa's bail plea on Oct 17
Disproportionate assets case: SC to hear Jayalalithaa's bail plea on Oct 17

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the bail plea of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case on Friday.

Centre to inform SC on govt formation in Delhi after Diwali

The Centre's stand on government formation in Delhi will only be known after Diwali as the Supreme Court was on Friday informed that Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's proposal to the President seeking his response on inviting single-largest party BJP was still under consideration.

Govt formation in Delhi: SC defers hearing to October 28

The Supreme Court on Friday has deferred the hearing on the government formation of Delhi to October 28.

DA case: SC may hear Jayalalithaa's bail plea today
DA case: SC may hear Jayalalithaa's bail plea today

After jailed former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was denied bail by Karnataka High Court following her conviction and four year sentence in a graft case, her plea for bail could come up for hearing on Friday.

Disproportionate assets case: Jayalalithaa moves Supreme Court for bail
Disproportionate assets case: Jayalalithaa moves Supreme Court for bail

Jailed former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, undergoing four-year imprisonment in a graft case, has moved the Supreme Court for bail and suspension of sentence.

Suryanelli gang-rape case: SC seeks Kerala's reply on convicts' plea

The Supreme Court Wednesday sought response from the Kerala government on a petition filed by 16 of the 24 convicts challenging their conviction and varying quantum of sentence in the Suryanelli gang-rape case.

SC refuses to stay Himachal HC order on animal sacrifice ban

The Supreme Court Wednesday refused to stay Himachal Pradesh High Court order to put an end to the age-old practice of sacrificing animals during religious ceremonies in the hill state but agreed to hear an appeal challenging the verdict.

Act against officers disobeying law: SC to Haryana

The Supreme Court Wednesday said Haryana government officials, who have failed in carrying out their duty of curbing the illegal mining in the Aravali ranges, should be punished.

SC rejects plea on cooling off period for judges accepting govt assignment

The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition which sought the apex court's direction for fixing cooling off period for judges before taking up any government assignment post retirement.

Jayalalithaa may approach Supreme Court for bail today
Jayalalithaa may approach Supreme Court for bail today

Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa is likely to move the Supreme Court on Wednesday, challenging the Karnataka High Court`s order refusing bail to her in the 18-year-old Rs 66 crore disproportionate assets case.

Gay couples cheer U.S. Supreme Court move, make wedding, family plans

Marina Gomberg was in bed on Monday morning when she heard the news that the U.S. Supreme Court had effectively made gay marriage legal again in Utah and she immediately started dreaming that she and her wife could become mothers.

Gujarat refuses to permit SIT plea challenging Maya Kodnani's bail

The Gujarat Government has refused permission to the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team to challenge the bail given to former Minister Maya Kodnani in a post-Godhra riot case.

SC justice suggests service delivery plan for SMC

Supreme Court justice Kurian Joseph on Wednesday stressed the need for starting service delivery plan in Shimla Municipal Corporation (SMC) for effective implementation of civil services.

Saradha chit fund scam: ED summons TMC MP Srinjoy Bose
Saradha chit fund scam: ED summons TMC MP Srinjoy Bose

Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Srinjoy Bose has been summoned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with the multi-crore Saradha chit fund scam, as per news reports on Monday.

US top court back for `potential blockbuster` session

The US Supreme Court reopens Monday with a slate of hot-button cases, including freedom of speech in the Facebook era and a likely reprise on gay marriage.

1993 Mumbai blasts: SC stays execution of Yakub Abdul Memon

 The Supreme Court today further stayed the execution of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Abdul Razak Memon and issued notice to the Maharashtra government on a plea filed by him seeking an open court hearing of his petition for review of its verdict.

SC dismisses plea to defer verdict in Jayalalithaa DA case

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea of a lawyer seeking direction to Karnataka trial court to defer pronouncement of its verdict in DA case of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.

Retired judges should not take any assignment with government: CJI RM Lodha

In a parting shot, outgoing Chief Justice of India R M Lodha today strongly defended the collegium system of appointment of judges, saying any other mode of appointment may impact on the independence of judiciary.

Pakistan SC admits petition for Nawaz Sharif's disqualification

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was Friday dragged to the Supreme Court by an opposition party member for allegedly lying in parliament over asking the army to mediate with anti-government protesters.

Postponing BCCI AGM will be illegal: Aditya Verma
Postponing BCCI AGM will be illegal: Aditya Verma

Aditya Verma, the petitioner in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) scandal, Thursday protested any possible move by the Indian cricket board to postpone its Annual General Meeting (AGM) at its working committee that meets in Chennai Friday.