>>Supreme Court, while interacting with a Kerala woman, alleged victim of love jihad, has said that a wife is not a chattel and the husband cannot be her guardian.
>>Supreme Court has said that Courts should respect “political compulsions” of the government in a democracy while refusing to ask the Centre to ratify the International Convention Against Torture.
>>Supreme Court has held that in a proceeding under Section 163A of Motor Vehicles Act, it is not open for the insurer to raise any defence of negligence on the part of the victim.
>>Supreme Court has permitted Centre to withdraw four of the eight companies of the Central Armed Paramilitary Forces (CAPF) from strife-torn Darjeeling and Kalimpong districts of West Bengal for deployment in poll-bound Gujarat.
>>U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from an African-American attorney who called the Confederate battle emblem on the Mississippi flag “an official endorsement of white supremacy.”
>>U.S. Supreme Court steered clear of the intensifying gun debate after the mass shootings in Nevada and Texas, turning away two appeals from firearms advocates, including one that sought a constitutional right to own a semiautomatic assault rifle.
>>Delhi High Court has asked Indian Railways to stop giving contaminated water to passengers and questioned its decision to hike fares when it was not providing better services.
>>Delhi High Court has said that Government should provide financial assistance and support to people who are the victims of their inaction and omissions, including wrongful incarceration.