Justice Dy Chandrachud


'Justice Dy Chandrachud' - 35 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    A newly constituted five-judge bench of the Supreme Court will hear the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute on February 26. The hearing was delayed because Justice SA Bobde, one of the judges on the constitution bench, had gone on leave.

  • Men Have Key Role In The Fight For Gender Equality: Justice Chandrachud

    Men Have Key Role In The Fight For Gender Equality: Justice Chandrachud

    Men have a key role to play in the fight for gender equality, Supreme Court Judge DY Chandrachud said on Sunday as he called for the need to de-construct the stereotype of gender roles.

  • Supreme Court Denies Bail To Unitech Directors Sanjay Chandra, Ajay Chandra: 10 Points

    Supreme Court Denies Bail To Unitech Directors Sanjay Chandra, Ajay Chandra: 10 Points

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the bail plea of jailed directors of real estate company Unitech, Sanjay Chandra and his brother Ajay Chandra. The beleaguered realty firm is facing the wrath of the court in a case related to alleged siphoning of homebuyers' money. A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Hemant Gupta said Sanjay Chandra did n...

  • Principles Of Feminism Aligned With Constitutional Values: Senior Judge

    Principles Of Feminism Aligned With Constitutional Values: Senior Judge

    If feminism is based on the principle of equality, it is aligned with the values the Constitution of India upholds, Justice DY Chandrachud of the Supreme Court has said.

  • Justice DY Chandrachud, The Dissenting Voice Of The Justice League

    Justice DY Chandrachud, The Dissenting Voice Of The Justice League

    As the Supreme Court delivered its verdict today on activists arrested over alleged Maoist links, it was a dissenting judgment that became the headliner. "Political opinion cannot be muzzled," said Justice DY Chandrachud, speaking for the activists whose house arrest was extended by the two other judges in the three-member bench.

  • "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    Justice DY Chandrachud, one of three Supreme Court judges who ruled today over the arrest of five activists for alleged links to Maoist insurgents, gave a dissenting view, saying that the police appeared to be sponsoring a media trial of the accused. He said the charges against activists of involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narend...

  • Sabarimala Ban "A Form Of Untouchability", Says Justice Chandrachud

    Sabarimala Ban "A Form Of Untouchability", Says Justice Chandrachud

    The five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court today gave a 4-1 verdict allowing women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala.

  • "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests of five rights activists - accused of links to Maoists - and extended their house arrest by four more weeks. In a majority 2-1 judgement, the top court also refused the activists' petition for a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

  • Adultery Law Strips Woman Of Sexual Autonomy: Justice Chandrachud

    Adultery Law Strips Woman Of Sexual Autonomy: Justice Chandrachud

    The colonial-era law criminalising adultery strips women of their "sexual autonomy" and treats them as a "chattel" and "property" of their husbands, the Supreme Court ruled today while holding the provision as unconstitutional.

  • In Adultery Case, Chandrachud vs Chandrachud: Son Overrrules Father Again

    In Adultery Case, Chandrachud vs Chandrachud: Son Overrrules Father Again

    As the century-old adultery law was scrapped by five most senior Supreme Court judges today, it became the second instance of Chandrachud vs Chandrachud or father vs son. Justice DY Chandrachud was among the five judges who called Section 497, the law that punishes men and not women for adultery, unconstitutional and scrapped it.

  • Passing Aadhaar Law As Money Bill A Fraud, Says Judge In Dissent Ruling

    Passing Aadhaar Law As Money Bill A Fraud, Says Judge In Dissent Ruling

    As Aadhaar was declared constitutionally valid with conditions by a majority verdict of the Supreme Court, one of the five judges said the national identity card scheme, in its current form, cannot be held to be constitutional. "Allowing private players to use Aadhaar will lead to profiling which could be used to ascertain political views of citize...

  • Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    The Supreme Court today restored the polices power to arrest those accused in dowry harassment cases, modifying a previous order that mandated a probe by a specially constituted panel before any such step is taken.

  • On Section 377, Judge Questions Centre's Decision To Leave It To Court

    On Section 377, Judge Questions Centre's Decision To Leave It To Court

    A Supreme Court judge expressed disappointment over the government's decision to leave it to the court's wisdom to take a call on sensitive issues such as the recent challenge to Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code

  • "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    Homosexuality is not a crime in India anymore. In a historic verdict, the Supreme Court on Thursday, overturned a 2013 judgement, which had upheld the 157-year-old colonial-era law, criminalizing gay sex. In a unanimous verdict, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, RF ...

  • House Arrest For 5 Activists Till September 6, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    House Arrest For 5 Activists Till September 6, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    Five activists arrested in a dramatic swoop by the Pune police yesterday and charged under an anti-terror law will be under house arrest until the Supreme Court's next hearing on September 6, three judges decided today. The court asked the Centre and Maharashtra to respond to a petition challenging the arrests. While delivering the judgment, Justic...

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  • Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Dispute On February 26

    A newly constituted five-judge bench of the Supreme Court will hear the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute on February 26. The hearing was delayed because Justice SA Bobde, one of the judges on the constitution bench, had gone on leave.

  • Men Have Key Role In The Fight For Gender Equality: Justice Chandrachud

    Men Have Key Role In The Fight For Gender Equality: Justice Chandrachud

    Men have a key role to play in the fight for gender equality, Supreme Court Judge DY Chandrachud said on Sunday as he called for the need to de-construct the stereotype of gender roles.

  • Supreme Court Denies Bail To Unitech Directors Sanjay Chandra, Ajay Chandra: 10 Points

    Supreme Court Denies Bail To Unitech Directors Sanjay Chandra, Ajay Chandra: 10 Points

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the bail plea of jailed directors of real estate company Unitech, Sanjay Chandra and his brother Ajay Chandra. The beleaguered realty firm is facing the wrath of the court in a case related to alleged siphoning of homebuyers' money. A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Hemant Gupta said Sanjay Chandra did n...

  • Principles Of Feminism Aligned With Constitutional Values: Senior Judge

    Principles Of Feminism Aligned With Constitutional Values: Senior Judge

    If feminism is based on the principle of equality, it is aligned with the values the Constitution of India upholds, Justice DY Chandrachud of the Supreme Court has said.

  • Justice DY Chandrachud, The Dissenting Voice Of The Justice League

    Justice DY Chandrachud, The Dissenting Voice Of The Justice League

    As the Supreme Court delivered its verdict today on activists arrested over alleged Maoist links, it was a dissenting judgment that became the headliner. "Political opinion cannot be muzzled," said Justice DY Chandrachud, speaking for the activists whose house arrest was extended by the two other judges in the three-member bench.

  • "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    "Kill PM Plot" Can't Be Vague Charge: Justice Chandrachud's Dissent View

    Justice DY Chandrachud, one of three Supreme Court judges who ruled today over the arrest of five activists for alleged links to Maoist insurgents, gave a dissenting view, saying that the police appeared to be sponsoring a media trial of the accused. He said the charges against activists of involvement in a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narend...

  • Sabarimala Ban "A Form Of Untouchability", Says Justice Chandrachud

    Sabarimala Ban "A Form Of Untouchability", Says Justice Chandrachud

    The five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court today gave a 4-1 verdict allowing women of all ages to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala.

  • "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests of five rights activists - accused of links to Maoists - and extended their house arrest by four more weeks. In a majority 2-1 judgement, the top court also refused the activists' petition for a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

  • Adultery Law Strips Woman Of Sexual Autonomy: Justice Chandrachud

    Adultery Law Strips Woman Of Sexual Autonomy: Justice Chandrachud

    The colonial-era law criminalising adultery strips women of their "sexual autonomy" and treats them as a "chattel" and "property" of their husbands, the Supreme Court ruled today while holding the provision as unconstitutional.

  • In Adultery Case, Chandrachud vs Chandrachud: Son Overrrules Father Again

    In Adultery Case, Chandrachud vs Chandrachud: Son Overrrules Father Again

    As the century-old adultery law was scrapped by five most senior Supreme Court judges today, it became the second instance of Chandrachud vs Chandrachud or father vs son. Justice DY Chandrachud was among the five judges who called Section 497, the law that punishes men and not women for adultery, unconstitutional and scrapped it.

  • Passing Aadhaar Law As Money Bill A Fraud, Says Judge In Dissent Ruling

    Passing Aadhaar Law As Money Bill A Fraud, Says Judge In Dissent Ruling

    As Aadhaar was declared constitutionally valid with conditions by a majority verdict of the Supreme Court, one of the five judges said the national identity card scheme, in its current form, cannot be held to be constitutional. "Allowing private players to use Aadhaar will lead to profiling which could be used to ascertain political views of citize...

  • Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    Dowry Cases: Top Court Modifies Order, Restores Power To Arrest Accused

    The Supreme Court today restored the polices power to arrest those accused in dowry harassment cases, modifying a previous order that mandated a probe by a specially constituted panel before any such step is taken.

  • On Section 377, Judge Questions Centre's Decision To Leave It To Court

    On Section 377, Judge Questions Centre's Decision To Leave It To Court

    A Supreme Court judge expressed disappointment over the government's decision to leave it to the court's wisdom to take a call on sensitive issues such as the recent challenge to Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code

  • "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    Homosexuality is not a crime in India anymore. In a historic verdict, the Supreme Court on Thursday, overturned a 2013 judgement, which had upheld the 157-year-old colonial-era law, criminalizing gay sex. In a unanimous verdict, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, RF ...

  • House Arrest For 5 Activists Till September 6, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    House Arrest For 5 Activists Till September 6, Says Top Court: 10 Points

    Five activists arrested in a dramatic swoop by the Pune police yesterday and charged under an anti-terror law will be under house arrest until the Supreme Court's next hearing on September 6, three judges decided today. The court asked the Centre and Maharashtra to respond to a petition challenging the arrests. While delivering the judgment, Justic...

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