Navin Sinha: News

30 Oct 2020

Deepika Padukone

Rhea's case has lost steam: Lawyer after Supreme Court order

Actor Rhea Chakraborty's lawyer Satish Maneshinde has said that the drugs case against her has weakened after the Supreme Court's order on Thursday.

29 Sep 2020


Not rape: SC acquits man, accused of violating live-in partner

Accused of raping the woman he lived with, a man got a reprieve from the Supreme Court on Monday, after over 20 years.

Babri verdict on September 30; Advani, Joshi to be present

A special CBI court will, on September 30, pronounce the verdict in the over two-decades-old case, concerning the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya in 1992, which sparked widespread riots in India.

SC denies bail to teen who murdered Ryan School student

The teen accused of murdering his junior inside the Ryan International School in Gurugram in 2017 was denied bail by the Supreme Court on Wednesday.

SC notice to Centre, IRDAI over insurance for mental illnesses

The Supreme Court on Tuesday sent notices to the Centre and the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority of India (IRDAI) on a plea seeking financial cover for mental illnesses.

18 Sep 2018


SC adjourns hearing on PIL seeking stay on Rafale deal

The Supreme Court adjourned hearing on a plea seeking a stay on the Rafale fighter jet deal between India and France.

SC's notice to CBSE for charging fees for answer-sheet copies

The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the CBSE on a plea seeking contempt action against the board for allegedly "disobeying" the top court's order and charging exorbitant fees of up to Rs. 1,200 from students for obtaining copies of evaluated answer-sheets.

SC refuses to allow pregnant student to appear in LLB-exams

The Supreme Court today refused to allow a second-year law student of Delhi University (DU) to take her examination today on grounds of lack of attendance owing to her advanced stage of pregnancy.

12 Mar 2018


Bihar: Badminton tourney organized for subordinate court judges

For the first time, a badminton tournament has been organized for the judges of subordinate courts in Bihar.

01 Nov 2017


Supreme Court asked to ban convicted politicians from contesting elections

In an attempt to decriminalize Indian politics, the Election Commission has asked the Supreme Court to ban convicted parliamentarians and MLAs from contesting elections.