President has given his assent to the Constitutional Amendment) which facilitates the boundary-dispute settlement between India and Bangladesh.
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Supreme Court has issued notice to Delhi Govt on petition challenging Delhi HC judgment and has asked to deal with writ challening them independently.
The Government has notified the black money law passed earlier this month. The law shall enter into force on 1 April 2016.
Supreme Court has quashed the death sentence execution warrants issued to Shabnam and Saleem in a 2010 case of murdering 7 people, terming it them as haste.
Committee on Direct Taxes Matters led by Justice AP Shah Invites Suggestions and Representations on matters related to Minimum Alternate Tax (Mat) on FIIs.
Read the review of All India Bar Examination (AIBE) VIII conducted by Bar Council of India to qualify Indian lawyers for bar.
Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a notification giving Lt. Governor of NCT Delhi discretionary power in matters pertaining to services of bureaucrats.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has invited suggestions for proposed amendments in the Prevention of Damage to Public Property (PDPP) Act, 1984.
Supreme Court of India has dismissed the appeals filed by journalist Rajdeep Sardesai challenging the summons issued to him in a defamation case.
Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence awarded to a couple – Shabnam and Saleem, accused of a cold-blooded murder of the family members of the former by slitting their throats.
Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court has upheld the validity of the National Company Law Tribunal and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
Supreme Court has stayed the 6 May circular of Delhi government anti-media circular allowing Govt to proceed with defamation action against them.
Judgment Explained: Supreme Court bans photos of politicians on Govt ads except for Prez, PM and CJI
SC has banned the use of photographs of politicians in Govt ads except for those of President, Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India, with permission.
NJAC Challenge: Five-Judge Bench to hear on merits and decide; No reference to larger bench for now.
Constitution Bench rejects plea to refer NJAC challenge to a larger bench and shall hear and decide the matter on merits before taking a decision to refer.