A seven-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India has held that unfettered re-promulgation of ordinances is not permissible as per the Constitution.
Whether Article 213 of the Constitution confers a mandatory obligation on the Executive to table an ordinance before the Legislature.
This case will decide if a Parsi woman loses her own religious identity and acquires the religion of her husband after solemnizing her marriage under the Special Marriage Act and if her ban from entering Parsi institutions is thus valid.
Arguments begin. Ms. Indira Jaising presents arguments for the petitioner. Counsels for the respondents seek time to receive instructions from
On 08.12.2017, the 5 Judge bench of the SC comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justices A.M. Khanwilkar, D.Y. Chandrachud, A.K. Sikri and Ashok Bhushan began hearings
17th Nov 2009 - 3rd Jan 2017
Former Chief Justice of India between 3rd December 2015 and 3rd January 2017