Kottayan Katankot Venugopal, known generally as K. K. Venugopal is an Indian constitutional lawyer and a senior advocate in the Supreme Court of India. On 30 June 2017, he was appointed as the Attorney General of India.
The government's top law officer on Thursday recommended a fixed tenure of three years for the Chief Justice of India.
Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal R.K.S. Bhadauria flew the homegrown basic trainer aircraft HTT-40 prototype over this aerospace hub for assessing its prowess, said the state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL) on Thursday.
The Centre while stressing guidelines over social media regulation on Tuesday told the Supreme Court terrorists can not claim privileges of privacy.
Accepting Facebook's plea, the Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed transfer of various petitions, related to guidelines for regulation of the social media in India, from different high courts to the top court.
The Supreme Court on Monday accepted the Centre's proposal to reconstruct Guru Ravidas Temple - in the same site where it was demolished in August - in the protected land of Tughlaqabad forest area here.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it will hear the pleas challenging the decision to abolish the Constitution's Article 370 that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir from November 14, while granting four weeks time to the Centre to file a response on the batch of petitions.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday expressed concern over existence of untouchability and caste discrimination despite 70 years of Independence and pulled up the Centre and state governments for not providing protective gear to such workers.
Observing that caste discrimination continues to exist in society and criticising the deaths of people while involved in cleaning places like manholes and drains, the Supreme Court on Wednesday pulled up the Centre and state governments for not providing protective gear to such workers.
Jammu and Kashmir is gradually moving to a stage when no restrictions may be necessary, the government on Monday told the Supreme Court, adding that not a single bullet has been fired and not a single life lost so far after the abrogation of Article 370 that accorded special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court that not a single bullet had been fired and not a single life had been lost after the abrogation of Article 370 that accorded special status to Jammu and Kashmir, and the region is moving towards a stage when no restrictions may be necessary.