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Jagdish Singh Khehar was sworn in as 44th Chief Justice of India on Wednesday. The oath ceremony was administrated by President Pranab Mukherjee

New Delhi: In a shocking incident, a Delhi police head constable committed suicide on Monday by shooting himself with his service revolver at the Supreme Court premises. The deceased, identified as head constable Chandpal, was posted at the Supreme Court when he shot himself to death at around 8.15 am, said a senior police official. …

New Delhi: In a huge setback to Cricket administrator, the Supreme Court on Monday ordered to remove Anurag Thakur as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), stating that all the board officials who do not fall in line with the reforms suggested by the Lodha committee will have to …

A group of prominent lawyers had, earlier, urged the government to overlook Justice Khehar's seniority, citing his verdict on the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) case. Justice JS Khehar was heading the five-judge constitution bench that junked the National Judicial Appointments Commission for the appointment of judges as unconstitutional holding that it intruded upon the independence of judiciary

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday directed to form a five-judge constitution bench to check whether the Narendra Modi government’s decision of demonetisation is legal or a violation of fundamental rights. The bench will comprise five senior most judges of the apex court. The three-judge SC Bench, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) …

New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Board of Cricket for Control in India (BCCI) President Anurag Thakur, the Supreme Court on Thursday said that it will begin prosecution against Thakur following amicus curiae report of BCCI chief committing perjury. Apex court, however, has reserved its verdict in the case of Lodha panel and BCCI till …

Senior advocate Kapil Sibal had appeared for the minister and argued that his client had made a general remark which was not targeted at the family of the victim. The judges, however, were not convinced and they asked Sibal as to how a public figure like Khan could make such a

The apex court, however, said that the shops can operate till period they were having their licenses. No further renewal of their licenses would be made. The bench set a deadline of April 1, 2017 for expiry of all existing licenses and directed the authorities to ensure strict compliance with