Tuesday, October 19, 2021
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L Nageswara Rao

Supreme Court says it can’t be mute spectator in national crisis

On the govt's decision to vaccinate all citizens above 18 years, the court sought replies from states by Thursday as to how they intend to cope with the surge in vaccine demand and the infrastructure required for that

Sabarimala temple women entry case: SC begins hearing

Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde has framed seven legal questions pertaining to fundamental rights on religion and their interplay with faith

Ex-acting CBI chief held guilty of contempt, sentenced till rising of court

Chief Justice Gogoi said that in his last 20 years as a judge he had not compromised on the dignity and honour of the court.

With judge on medical leave, SC may not start hearing on review

The Supreme Court had on September 28 last year  said that banning the entry of women into the shrine is gender discrimination and the practice violates rights of Hindu women. 

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