Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra


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  • Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra in his farewell speech today shared a brief recap of his experiences during his eventful stint as the head of the country's highest court. The Supreme Court is the strongest institution standing tall in the face of attacks, he said, in a reference that many were likely to see as a nod to his turbulen...

  • 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.

  • "Lakshman Rekha": Supreme Court Says It Cannot Make Law

    "<i>Lakshman Rekha</i>": Supreme Court Says It Cannot Make Law

    The Supreme Court today reminded the lawyers of its 'lakshman rekha' (sacred line) when they fervently pleaded it to intervene to stop criminalisation of politics on the ground that the legislature was not doing enough.

  • Supreme Court Disagrees With Government Over Submissions On Adultery Law

    Supreme Court Disagrees With Government Over Submissions On Adultery Law

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday disagreed with the Centre's submission that the penal provision on adultery was needed to save the sanctity of marriage, saying it does not appeal to common sense that a woman cannot prosecute her husband for adulterous relationship.

  • Married Women Have Sexual Autonomy Like Right To Say "No": Top Court

    Married Women Have Sexual Autonomy Like Right To Say "No": Top Court

    If a woman has the right to say "no", then it has to be accepted that she also does not lose her "sexual autonomy" after marriage, a Supreme Court judge said on Thursday. Justice DY Chandrachud, who was part of a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra examining the penal law on adultery, also said that if a person indulge...

  • In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    The petition challenging BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa's swearing in as Karnataka Chief Minister is now being heard in the Supreme Court after the Congress, which has called the governor's decision an "encounter of the Constitution", filed an urgent petition in the Supreme Court shortly before midnight.

  • Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, one of the four judges who had questioned the way cases are assigned in the Supreme Court, today refused to hear a related petition saying he was about to retire and didn't want "another reversal" of his order within 24 hours.

  • "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    Concerned over the unprecedented delay by the government in the appointment of two judges, a top judge has written to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that the "very life and existence" of the Supreme Court is under threat.

  • Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Agreeing to take up Tamil Nadu's petition for contempt against the central government over the Cauvery water dispute, the Supreme Court today said: "We will see that Tamil Nadu gets water".

  • In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In a rare move, the Supreme Court bench hearing the legal challenge to the Aadhaar law has agreed to allow a PowerPoint presentation to be made on the controversial identification system. The five-judge bench accepted the request from the government's top law officer KK Venugopal after he argued that the chief of UIDAI, the body that issues the 12-...

  • Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The requests to seek a probe into Mumbai Judge BH Loya's death were aimed at targeting BJP president Amit Shah and keep the issue alive, the Maharashtra government told the Supreme Court before the three-judge bench completed the hearings on Friday.

  • Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Justice AM Khanwilkar, one of the three Supreme Court judges expected to hear the appeal into the politically sensitive Bofors case, today recused himself from the case. The judge did not cite any reasons for opting out of the bench.

  • Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The Maharashtra government today told the Supreme Court the statements of four judges, who were with special CBI judge B H Loya on the last day of his life, and had termed his death as "natural", were "unimpeachable".

  • After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra will on Monday hear the case about Judge BH Loya's death, one of the main triggers for last week's unprecedented crisis in India's judiciary.

  • Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Aadhaar is a "giant electronic mesh" and will turn the country "into a surveillance state," petitioners alleged today as five judges of the Supreme Court began final hearing on a batch of petitions that challenge the citizen identity programme, contending that it violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy. The petitions also argue agains...

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'Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra' - 23 News Result(s)

  • Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra in his farewell speech today shared a brief recap of his experiences during his eventful stint as the head of the country's highest court. The Supreme Court is the strongest institution standing tall in the face of attacks, he said, in a reference that many were likely to see as a nod to his turbulen...

  • 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.

  • "Lakshman Rekha": Supreme Court Says It Cannot Make Law

    "<i>Lakshman Rekha</i>": Supreme Court Says It Cannot Make Law

    The Supreme Court today reminded the lawyers of its 'lakshman rekha' (sacred line) when they fervently pleaded it to intervene to stop criminalisation of politics on the ground that the legislature was not doing enough.

  • Supreme Court Disagrees With Government Over Submissions On Adultery Law

    Supreme Court Disagrees With Government Over Submissions On Adultery Law

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday disagreed with the Centre's submission that the penal provision on adultery was needed to save the sanctity of marriage, saying it does not appeal to common sense that a woman cannot prosecute her husband for adulterous relationship.

  • Married Women Have Sexual Autonomy Like Right To Say "No": Top Court

    Married Women Have Sexual Autonomy Like Right To Say "No": Top Court

    If a woman has the right to say "no", then it has to be accepted that she also does not lose her "sexual autonomy" after marriage, a Supreme Court judge said on Thursday. Justice DY Chandrachud, who was part of a five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra examining the penal law on adultery, also said that if a person indulge...

  • In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    In All-Nighter, Supreme Court Clears BS Yeddyurappa Oath But Has Questions

    The petition challenging BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa's swearing in as Karnataka Chief Minister is now being heard in the Supreme Court after the Congress, which has called the governor's decision an "encounter of the Constitution", filed an urgent petition in the Supreme Court shortly before midnight.

  • Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, one of the four judges who had questioned the way cases are assigned in the Supreme Court, today refused to hear a related petition saying he was about to retire and didn't want "another reversal" of his order within 24 hours.

  • "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    Concerned over the unprecedented delay by the government in the appointment of two judges, a top judge has written to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that the "very life and existence" of the Supreme Court is under threat.

  • Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Agreeing to take up Tamil Nadu's petition for contempt against the central government over the Cauvery water dispute, the Supreme Court today said: "We will see that Tamil Nadu gets water".

  • In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In a rare move, the Supreme Court bench hearing the legal challenge to the Aadhaar law has agreed to allow a PowerPoint presentation to be made on the controversial identification system. The five-judge bench accepted the request from the government's top law officer KK Venugopal after he argued that the chief of UIDAI, the body that issues the 12-...

  • Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The requests to seek a probe into Mumbai Judge BH Loya's death were aimed at targeting BJP president Amit Shah and keep the issue alive, the Maharashtra government told the Supreme Court before the three-judge bench completed the hearings on Friday.

  • Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Justice AM Khanwilkar, one of the three Supreme Court judges expected to hear the appeal into the politically sensitive Bofors case, today recused himself from the case. The judge did not cite any reasons for opting out of the bench.

  • Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The Maharashtra government today told the Supreme Court the statements of four judges, who were with special CBI judge B H Loya on the last day of his life, and had termed his death as "natural", were "unimpeachable".

  • After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra will on Monday hear the case about Judge BH Loya's death, one of the main triggers for last week's unprecedented crisis in India's judiciary.

  • Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Aadhaar is a "giant electronic mesh" and will turn the country "into a surveillance state," petitioners alleged today as five judges of the Supreme Court began final hearing on a batch of petitions that challenge the citizen identity programme, contending that it violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy. The petitions also argue agains...

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