Tag Archives: SC


CCTVs in court rooms will ensure security: SC

The Supreme Court on Tuesday observed that intent of installing CCTVs in courtrooms is to ensure security and not to record its proceedings. While hearing a plea seeking installation of CCTVs in courtrooms, the top court expressed satisfaction over the Centre’s progress in installing CCTVs in courts. The apex court will now


SC to hear Delhi sealing drive matter

The Supreme Court on Thursday will hear the matter pertaining to the ongoing sealing drive in the national capital. The drive to seal commercial establishments flouting provisions of the 2021 Master Plan began on January 7 in Khan Market, on the orders of a Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee.


Supreme Court: How can convict be office-bearer of party?

The Supreme Court Monday questioned the rationale behind allowing a convicted person to form a political party while under the existing law, a convicted legislator cannot contest elections for six years. “How can a convicted person be an office-bearer of a political party and select


SC stays FIR against Major Aditya

The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the FIR filed against Major Aditya Kumar, in connection with the civilian killings during a firing incident in Jammu and Kashmir’s Shopian district. The verdict came during the hearing of a plea filed by Kumar ‘s father, seeking to quash the FIR registered against his son. The top


SC directs NHRC to assist CBI in Manipur fake encounter case

The Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and expressed dissatisfaction with the ongoing investigation in the Manipur alleged fake encounter cases. The apex court also directed the National Human Right Centre (NHRC) to depute three persons to work with the probe agency to complete the