The aggregation of data under Aadhaar makes us all vulnerable, argues Gopal Subramaniam
The Supreme Court is ‘not inclined to interfere’ with the Delhi High Court’s judgement.
In a setback for Tamil Nadu, Supreme Court raises Cauvery water allocation to Karnataka.
The top court ordered the Goa government to grant leases afresh.
Mahindra, Primal show interest in buying Sahara’s Aamby Valley
The concept of Aadhaar violates a citizen’s choice, argues Kapil Sibal.
Supreme Court today declined to pass a stay order on the bidding process for assets of Jaypee Infratech.
Delhi High Court allows the enforcement of Daiichi’s Rs 3,500-crore arbitral award against Singh brothers.
The government has not come up with specific answers to concerns raised against Aadhaar, argue petitioners.
Unitech was asked to deposit Rs 750 crore in the homebuyers case.
Aadhaar makes citizens vulnerable to profiling, argue petitioners.
Three-judge apex court bench says no other court will hear cases related to Judge Loya’s death.
Judge Loya case will be heard by a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.
Lawyer Indira Jaising seeks live-streaming of all Supreme Court cases.
Data collection between 2009-2016 happened without any legal framework, argue petitioners.
Aadhaar alters the relation between the citizen and the state, argue petitioners.
“There is nothing to be settled because it is not a dispute,” says Senior Supreme Court Judge Justice J Chelameswar.
Four Supreme Court judges question allocation of cases by Chief Justice Dipak Misra.
The telecom commission approved TRAI’s recommendation of raising the overall spectrum holding cap.
Supreme Court to pronounce interim order on Aadhaar-related cases tomorrow
Supreme Court has made it optional for cinema hall owners to play national anthem before a film screening.