By FPJ Bureau
New DelhiThe Supreme Court on Wednesday took "serious objection" to the aspersions cast on it as also on the experts' panel set up by it ...Read More
PF interest crediting beginsThe Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has begun crediting interest at the rate of 8.5% in the empl...Read More
CJI Bobde said that while the courts continued to function after the outbreak of coronavirus, the access to justice became dependent on t...Read More
By Olav Albuquerque
By refusing to apologise, the activist-lawyer declared such a forced apology would be “insincere” because he felt no remorse for his twe...Read More
By Neo Dylan
Mocking the court’s 108-page judgement, Shourie wondered how the ‘puff of two tweets could shake the central pillar of the largest democr...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
The lawyer then went on to argue that there is no law that requires advocates to use a particular honorific to address the judges.
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the Centre to amend the Official Languages Act and include regional languages, other than Hindi and E...Read More
New DelhiThe SC on Thursday issued notice to the Centre on a plea for issue of guidelines on disposal of clemency/mercy petitions and tim...Read More
New DelhiThe Supreme Court on Wednesday extended its June 26 stay on any coercive action or investigation against TV news anchor Amish De...Read More
Our BureauNew DelhiA 3-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde could not meet on Monday and so all matters liste...Read More
Akshay Kumar Singh had sought clemency arguing life in Delhi is anyway becoming short due to rising air and water pollution.
In the backdrop of the Hyderabad rape-murder incident and gunning down of the four accused in an alleged encounter, Chief Justice of Indi...Read More
Amidst all the unprecedented political twists and turns in Maharashtra and the petition filed by Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP on Saturday eveni...Read More
By Narsi Benwal
A true sportsman: That is how Justice Bobde’s former colleagues from Bombay High Court describe him.