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26 Jun 2021

Arvind Kejriwal

'Report not final,' says AIIMS chief on Delhi oxygen controversy

On Friday, a storm erupted between officials in the central government and Delhi administration over an interim report filed in the Supreme Court of India.

25 Jun 2021

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)

Delhi government exaggerated oxygen requirement by 4 times: SC panel

CM Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government in Delhi exaggerated the national capital's oxygen needs when the second COVID-19 wave was at its peak during April 25-May 10, found an audit team constituted by the Supreme Court.

22 Jun 2021

West Bengal

Another SC judge recuses from hearing West Bengal-related case

Justice Aniruddha Bose, a Supreme Court Judge, today withdrew from hearing the petition filed by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection with the infamous Narada bribery case.

21 Jun 2021


Assam, Punjab, and Tripura cancel boards; Supreme Court hearing tomorrow

Assam, Punjab, and Tripura informed the Supreme Court on Monday that they have decided to cancel physical board examinations for students of Class XII in light of the COVID-19 situation.

No Rs. 4L compensation for COVID-19 victims: Centre to SC

The Central Government has informed the Supreme Court that it does not plan on providing financial compensation of Rs. 4 lakh to each COVID-19 victim.

19 Jun 2021

West Bengal

SC judge Indira Banerjee recuses from WB post-poll violence case

Supreme Court judge Indira Banerjee recused herself from hearing a petition on the alleged post-poll violence in West Bengal in May in which BJP workers were killed.

18 Jun 2021

Delhi Police

Supreme Court refuses to cancel bail for Delhi riots accused

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to cancel bail for the three accused in the Delhi riots case.

17 Jun 2021

Delhi Police

SC to hear Delhi Police plea against activists' bail tomorrow

The Supreme Court of India will tomorrow hear an appeal filed by the Delhi Police against a bail order for three student activists, arrested in connection with last year's riots in the national capital.

SC: CBSE submits Class-XII evaluation scheme; results by July 31

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) presented before the Supreme Court its assessment scheme for grading students of Class XII on Thursday.

15 Jun 2021


SC closes cases against Italian marines who shot Indian fishermen

The Supreme Court on Tuesday closed all criminal cases against two Italian marines who had allegedly killed two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast in 2012.

03 Jun 2021

Vinod Dua

Vinod Dua sedition FIR quashed; Supreme Court cites 1962 order

The Supreme Court on Thursday quashed the FIR filed against journalist Vinod Dua in connection with a sedition case.

03 Jun 2021


Arbitrary and irrational: SC on Centre's COVID-19 vaccination policy

The Supreme Court on Wednesday observed that the Central Government's COVID-19 vaccination policy is arbitrary and irrational.

01 Jun 2021


Supreme Court seeks details of Centre's scheme for COVID-19 orphans

The Supreme Court on Tuesday took note of the central government's welfare scheme aimed at children orphaned due to COVID-19.

31 May 2021


Can Centre take responsibility to vaccinate entire country, asks SC

The Supreme Court on Monday rapped the central government over its controversial COVID-19 vaccination policy.

25 May 2021


CBI withdraws Supreme Court appeal opposing TMC leaders' house arrest

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday withdrew its appeal in the Supreme Court against a Calcutta High Court order allowing the house arrest of four leaders of the Trinamool Congress (TMC).

24 May 2021

Delhi High Court

'Nobody dying for lack of marriage-certificates': Centre on same-sex marriages

The Indian government today opposed the urgent hearing of petitions in the Delhi High Court seeking to recognize same-sex marriages in the country.

17 May 2021

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)

Petition seeks cancellation of FIRs over posters criticizing Modi

A petitioner has moved the Supreme Court (SC), seeking the cancellation of FIRs registered by the Delhi Police against those accused of putting up posters criticizing the Narendra Modi government's move to export COVID-19 vaccines.

16 May 2021

Union Health Ministry

During pandemic, entire globe a unit: Centre justifies vaccine exports

Facing backlash over the export of indigenously-produced vaccines during the second COVID-19 wave, the Centre has said that the "entire globe is a unit" during a pandemic, in an affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court.

Actively considering live-streaming Supreme Court proceedings: CJI NV Ramana

Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Thursday said that he was actively considering a proposal to start live-streaming the proceedings of the Supreme Court.

10 May 2021


'No judicial interference': Centre tells Supreme Court on vaccine policy

The central government on Sunday defended its coronavirus vaccination policy in an affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court of India.

09 May 2021


SC sets up COVID-19 task force to facilitate oxygen distribution

The Supreme Court has directed the formation of a National Task Force to facilitate India's COVID-19 response as the Narendra Modi government appears to have abdicated its responsibility.

08 May 2021

West Bengal

West Bengal government moves SC against Centre's vaccine policy

The West Bengal government on Friday moved the Supreme Court against the central government's new vaccination policy.

07 May 2021

Delhi High Court

Central Vista: SC asks Delhi HC to consider early hearing

The Supreme Court (SC) on Friday refused to hear a petition on stopping construction work on the Central Vista project at Rajpath in Delhi in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

07 May 2021


700 MT oxygen should reach Delhi daily, SC tells Centre

In sharp remarks to the Centre, the Supreme Court (SC) on Friday reiterated that Delhi should receive 700 metric tonnes (MT) of oxygen on a daily basis until further orders.

07 May 2021

Karnataka High Court

Supreme Court rejects Centre's plea over oxygen supply to Karnataka

The Supreme Court of India today rejected the central government's petition challenging a Karnataka High Court order over oxygen supply to the southern state.

06 May 2021


Centre moves SC over Karnataka HC's order on oxygen supply

The Centre on Thursday moved the Supreme Court against a Karnataka High Court order seeking an increase in the daily supply of liquid medical oxygen (LMO) to the state to 1,200 metric tonnes (MT) from the present 965 MT.

05 May 2021


Delhi HC contempt case against Centre won't bring oxygen: SC

The Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the operation of a Delhi High Court order regarding a show-cause notice for contempt to the Centre for failing to supply adequate oxygen.

05 May 2021


SC annuls Maratha quota; no review of 50% reservation cap

The Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a Maharashtra law granting reservations to the Maratha community in admissions and government jobs in the state.

04 May 2021

Farhan Akhtar

Farhan Akhtar starrer 'Toofaan' postponed in view of COVID-19 situation

Farhan Akhtar has announced that his upcoming sports drama Toofaan has been postponed, in view of the grave COVID-19 situation in the country.

03 May 2021


Media cannot be stopped from reporting court observations, says SC

The media cannot be stopped from fully reporting any court hearings, the Supreme Court of India said today in response to the Election Commission's appeal.

03 May 2021


COVID-19: Supreme Court advises Centre, states to impose lockdown

The Supreme Court of India has advised the central and state governments to consider imposing a lockdown in order to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has pushed the country's healthcare infrastructure past its brink.

03 May 2021


Ensure Delhi gets oxygen supply by midnight: SC to Centre

The Supreme Court of India has directed the central government to make sure that national capital Delhi receives its deficit oxygen supply by the midnight of Monday, May 3.

02 May 2021

Madras High Court

Election Commission approaches Supreme Court over Madras HC's sharp remarks

The Election Commission has complained to the Supreme Court regarding the observations made by the Madras High Court about holding polls during a raging pandemic.

30 Apr 2021


No clampdown on citizens seeking COVID-related help online: SC

The Supreme Court on Friday said that there shall be no clampdown on citizens communicating their grievances related to COVID-19 on social media.

27 Apr 2021


Coronavirus: Supreme Court 'cannot be mute spectator during national crisis'

The Supreme Court on Tuesday clarified that the suo motu case on COVID-19 is not meant to supplant the High Courts.

Justice NV Ramana sworn in as Chief Justice of India

Justice NV Ramana was sworn in as the 48th Chief Justice of India (CJI) this morning.

23 Apr 2021

Tamil Nadu

'Why can't TN manufacture oxygen at Vedanta plant?' asks SC

The Supreme Court Friday asked the Tamil Nadu government to clarify its stand on whether it is willing to take over the Vedanta-owned Sterlite Copper plant in Thoothukudi to manufacture oxygen.

Leaving with satisfaction, I did my best: CJI Bobde

Outgoing Chief Justice of India (CJI) Sharad Arvind Bobde on Friday said that he was leaving the Supreme Court with happiness, goodwill, and very fond memories, and the satisfaction of having done his best.

23 Apr 2021

Harish Salve

SC COVID hearing: Harish Salve recuses himself as amicus curiae

Senior advocate Harish Salve on Friday recused himself as amicus curiae in the Supreme Court's suo motu case regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

22 Apr 2021

Sharad Arvind Bobde

#NationalEmergency: SC asks for Centre's plan on oxygen supply, vaccination

The Supreme Court today took a suo motu cognizance of the devastating coronavirus crisis in the country and asked the Centre to furnish a plan about oxygen, essential drug supply, vaccination, and lockdowns.