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In the Bhullar case, the Supreme Court has created a category of terrorists' among those sentenced to death without providing a constitutional basis for it Writing on extra-judicial killings in the Economic and Political Weekly in March 1996, K.G.
What's the most important Supreme Court case no one's ever heard of?...Dershowitz, professor, Harvard Law School The 1919 Schenck v. United States decision contains the most famous sentence ever penned by a Supreme Court justiceand one of the most
The government's fidelity to the Constitution is never more tested than in a time of crisis. The urge to do something or to appear to be doing something is nearly irresistible to those whom we have employed to protect our freedom and to keep us safe.
In a blow to the trend of advocates' associations giving frequent calls for boycotting court proceedings, the Karnataka High Court on Wednesday set three months' deadline for all the Bar associations in the State to implement the Bar Council of India'
Justice Verma possessed that rare and lonely virtue: courage Prior to his elevation to the Supreme Court, I did not know Justice J.S...I knew of his reputation as a brave judge who discharged his judicial functions fearlessly during the June 1975
On Monday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Agency for International Development v. Alliance for Open Society International , a case that will determine just how much the federal government can demand of organizations that receive federal
The Supreme Court today agreed to constitute a committee headed by an eminent jurist to finalise the draft rules for dealing with sexual harassment complaints of women, including lady lawyers, working at the apex court. A bench, headed by Chief
The Defence Ministry's stubborn refusal to implement orders of the Armed Forces Tribunal is creating disaffection among serving and retired personnel Navindra Devi's husband, N.K. Rajpal Singh, wandered off from his Army unit in Bikaner, Rajasthan,
Judge Fish, a colourful personality on the court and a tireless defender of the rights of the accused, would have reached his mandatory retirement date on Nov. 16, his 75th birthday. His retirement creates a second consecutive vacancy for a judge
While the Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe enjoys high support rates, hovering around 70 percent, its very legitimacy is being questioned. More than a dozen high courts have handed down rulings confirming that vote-value disparities tainted the