Explained: What is sealed cover method used in courts?

The courts have been critical of the sealed cover method often adopted by the government. What is it and when is it used? Take a look.

Clearances denied to ‘Media One’ based on sensitive intelligence inputs: Centre to SC

The Centre informed the Supreme Court that the refusal of security clearance to Malayalam news channel 'Media One' was based on sensitive intelligence inputs.

Calcutta HC allows Abhishek Banerjee, wife Rujira to travel abroad for treatment

The Calcutta High Court has granted Trinamool Congress leader Abhishek Banerjee and his wife permission to travel abroad for treatment.

Rape should be considered as gender neutral offence, says Kerala High Court

Kerala High Court observed that if a woman tricks a man under false promise of marriage, she can't be prosecuted. But a man can be prosecuted for the same offence.

Detailed hearing needed on Sharjeel Imam’s bail plea based on SC order: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court said a detailed hearing would be required on Sharjeel Imam’s bail plea in a sedition case, based on a Supreme Court order.

Kanpur court rejects bail plea of perfume trader Piyush Jain

A court in Kanpur rejected the bail application of perfume trader Piyush Jain on Wednesday. At least 23 kg gold was recovered from his possession during a raid.

Bombay High Court grants interim relief to ED officials in extortion case involving Jitendra Navlani

The Bombay High Court has granted interim relief to Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials in the extortion case involving businessman Jitendra Navlani.

Explained | Population control law, its Constitutional roots and legal challenges

Here's everything you need to know about population control law, its constitutional foundations and legal challenges. Read on to find out.

National Green Tribunal subordinate to high courts, rules Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled that the National Green Tribunal is subordinate to high courts when both pass an order on the same issue.

Lawyer approaches SC to establish bar council in J&K, Ladakh

A lawyer approached the Supreme Court on Wednesday to establish a bar council in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

Umar Khalid speech offensive but not terrorist activity: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court has observed that activist Umar Khalid’s speech might be offensive, but it is not a terror activity.

Why is National Green Tribunal entertaining letters from MPs, asks Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned why the National Green Tribunal was taking up letter petitions filed by lawmakers.