Articles by Utkarsh Anand
Shivakumar and a few others were accused of establishing a network of across Bangalore and Delhi with the purpose of transporting and using unaccounted cash.
In its Monday verdict, a seven-judge bench ruled there is no immunity for lawmakers who receive bribes for casting votes on the floor of the House.
The Supreme Court has directed AAP to vacate its political headquarters in Delhi by June 15, 2024, for expanding judicial infrastructure.
SBI seeks more time to submit electoral bond details to ECI, citing complexity. SC had earlier declared 2018 EB scheme unconstitutional for anonymizing contributions.
Supreme Court reverses 1998 ruling, MPs and MLAs can't escape punishment for accepting bribes to vote or speak in House. PM Modi hails clean politics.
The verdict defines parliamentary privilege and its boundaries especially in relation to freedom of speech
The Supreme Court, in a 3-2 verdict, decided in 1998 that MPs who took bribes and voted in the House could not be prosecuted as they enjoyed immunity
The health and welfare of the residents of the area is again a matter of utmost concern, said the court
The apex court was hearing a case concerning demolition of commercial and residential units in Lucknow’s Akbar Nagar
The five-judge bench held that there cannot be a generic direction for vacation of stay in all types of cases after six months.
Supreme Court clears man charged with abetting wife's suicide after 30 years, citing lack of evidence.
Supreme Court suspended a Madras high court order that restrained ED from seeking the personal presence of five district collectors of the state
Unauthorised religious structures on public land can never be a venue for preaching religion, the Supreme Court remarked on Monday
All states governments are obligated to comply with federal legislations, including the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), the Supreme Court observed on Monday
As the electoral process confronts myriad challenges, the judiciary must safeguard its integrity and hold accountable those who seek to undermine democracy
SC refers issue of modifying arbitral awards under Arbitration Act 1996 to Constitution bench for clarity on court’s power.
SC bench opined that it is crucial to take into account whether the alleged norm violations by Vedanta
The Supreme Court asked Google India to file an affidavit explaining the working of the Google PIN in the context of putting it as a condition of granting bail
In its July 2022 judgment, the top court emphasised that India should never become a “police State” where investigating agencies act like vestiges of the colonial era
The plant by Sterlite Copper, the Indian subsidiary of Vedanta Resources -- a global mining and metals conglomerate -- has remained shut since 2018 over alleged violation of environmental norms and protests of the local population against its operation
HT documents some of the landmark cases that Nariman was a part of as an advocate whose expanse of legal arguments transcended courtroom outcomes and resonated with the broader public conscience
Fali S Nariman, a legal luminary, Padma Vibhushan recipient, and champion of justice in India, passed away at 95, leaving behind a legacy of integrity and impact.
A Padma Vibhushan recipient, Nariman, often referred to as “Bhishma Pitaamah” (father figure) of the Indian judiciary, was at the forefront of landmark judgments
According to the bench, the worth of a woman looking after the household is of a “high order” and her contributions are hard to quantify in monetary terms.
Bengal govt informed the bench that women prisoners with children in jails were either pregnant upon arrival or during parole.
The AAP has told the Supreme Court that the Rouse Avenue premises was allotted to the party long before it was earmarked for the court complex
The electoral bond judgment privileges the right to information of the voter, referring to Supreme Court's jurisprudential voyage on the subject since 1960s.
To bring in the EB scheme, the Centre made multiple amendments by way of two Finance Acts— Finance Act, 2017 and Finance Act, 2016
The verdict came ahead of the Lok Sabha elections expected to take place in April or May this year and was immediately welcomed by opposition parties.
Justice Sanjiv Khanna of the SC has declared that the electoral bond scheme must be reviewed in order to ensure transparency and fairness in elections