New Delhi/IBNS: After the 10th round of talks with farmers Wednesday evening, the Centre has decided to shelve three farm laws for one and a half years and inform the Supreme Court in an affidavit, said a media report.
New Delhi/IBNS: The panel formed to break the deadlock between the farmers' union and the government has no power to take decision on legislations, the Supreme Court on Wednesday said while reprimanding the critics of the committee who have been raising questions over its impartiality since its formation last week, said media reports.
New Delhi/IBNS: Passing the buck to the Delhi Police, the Supreme Court on Monday said the national capital's administration would decide on how to handle the farmers' tractor rally, scheduled to be held on India's Republic Day on Jan 26.
New Delhi/IBNS: The ninth round of talks between the representatives of the central government and farmers, who are protesting against the contentious farm laws, is underway on Friday.
New Delhi/IBNS: One of the four members of a Supreme Court-appointed panel, which was formed to look into the contentious farm laws, stepped down on Thursday, media reports said.
New Delhi/IBNS: Dealing a blow to the ruling NDA government, the Supreme Court on Tuesday suspended the three contentious farm laws that triggered the farmers' protests and said a committee would be formed for a negotiated settlement of the impasse.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Monday concerned over the lack of progress in negotiation process between the Centre and protesting farmers over the newly-enacted agriculture reform laws, asked the government to hold the farm laws or else "we will do it" while noting that the situation has become worse.
New Delhi/IBNS: In a setback for the Narendra Modi government in the courtroom over the ongoing farmers' protests, the Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to suspend the farm laws which have triggered the massive agitation in and around the national capital.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed concern over the gathering of large numbers of farmers protesting at Delhi borders amid coronavirus pandemic and asked the Centre to apprise the Apex Court of the steps being taken against the spread of the Covid-19 at the protest site.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued notices to Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh governments on pleas challenging laws against the so-called practice of 'love jihad' enacted by them.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said the construction of a new Parliament complex can go ahead in the national capital Delhi, in a rule favouring the Narendra Modi government.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Monday said that it will hear the former Indian Police Service officer Sanjiv Bhatt's appeal against his life sentence in custodial death case in the third week of January.
New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Friday issued contempt notice to comic artist Rachita Taneja over her caricatures of the judiciary in tweets and asked her to file a reply within six weeks.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court today heard a number of petitions on the farmers' protest against the newly-formed farm laws and said the agitation on the borders of Delhi can continue but the roads to the national capital cannot be blocked, and also directed the Centre not to implement the laws until it has taken a final decision on the matter, media reports said.
New Delhi/UNI: As farmers' movement entered day 22, All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) on Thursday said the committee advised by the Supreme Court will only be successful once the three laws are repealed and that the court's suggestion is a moral victory for the protestors.