Supreme Court allows voluntary use of Aadhaar Card

Aadhar Card

The Supreme Court allowed citizens of India to voluntarily use Aadhaar card to gain benefits under four schemes. However, the absence of an Aadhaar card would not forbid people from availing advantage from these schemes. Earlier, the August 11 interim order passed by a three-judge bench had restricted the voluntary use of the Aadhaar card to various More...

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By VakilNo1 On Thursday, October 15th, 2015

SC stays Maharashtra Police Act that had banned dance bars

October 15, 2015 – The Supreme Court stayed the operation of Maharashtra Police Act (2014 amendment) that had banned dance bars in Maharashtra. The reopening of dance bars across the State is expected now. However, More...

Criminal Law
By Shweta On Thursday, August 6th, 2015

Judgments On Criminal Law dealing with Principles Governing Circumstantial Evidence

Judgments On Criminal Law dealing with Principles Governing Circumstantial Evidence, its Test and Authenticity Circumstantial Evidence Information and testimony presented by a party in a civil or criminal action More...

Supreme Court of India
By VakilNo1 On Friday, February 6th, 2015

Declaration of Criminal Antecedents is Mandatory in Polls, Says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of India on Thursday stated that the election of a candidate who is found to have concealed his or her criminal antecedents during the nomination procedures, are to be declared null and void. The More...

By Vakilno1 On Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

Major setback for private developers in Noida and Greater Noida areas after SC upholds Allahabad High Court order

In what could be termed as a big relief for farmers based in the Noida and Greater Noida regions, the Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the Allahabad High Court’s order that asked the government authorities to More...

By Vakilno1 On Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

5 Latest Supreme Court Judgments on Service Law as on January 31,2015

5 latest judgments of Supreme Court on Service Law covering important aspects like  Promotion, Medical Leave, Misconduct, Lowering of Qualifying Marks for SC & ST candidates  & Withdrawal of Voluntary More...

By Vakilno1 On Friday, January 30th, 2015

Save Trees-Supreme Court to dump additional hardcopy printed Judgments or Causelists from Feb 1

In an effort to protect further damage to environment, the Supreme Court of India has decided not to use papers for issuing additional copies of judgments and causelists. To be effective from February 1, 2015, More...

By Vakilno1 On Thursday, January 29th, 2015

Block all sex determination ads, Supreme Court tell search engines

In an effort to crackdown on gender discrimination against unborn baby girls, the Supreme Court earlier this week issued an order asking Google, Microsoft and Yahoo to take all steps necessary for blocking sex determination More...

By VakilNo1 On Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

10 Latest Supreme Court Judgments on Criminal Law January 2015

  For the benefit of visitors, we have compiled a list of 10 Latest Supreme Court Judgments on Criminal law in January 2015 . The judgments given below are or CrPc, Indian Penal Code, Dowry Prohibition More...

By Vakilno1 On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Rehabilitation of crime victims is of utmost Importance-Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled that the plight of the victims of a crime must not be overlooked even if the alleged perpetrators evade conviction owing to lack of evidence. In any case, the rehabilitation of crime More...