The Supreme Court on Tuesday set up a committee headed by an apex court judge to monitor implementation of motor vehicle laws and road safety designs after it found Indian roads were “giant killers

NEW DELHI: After ensuring that multinational pharmaceutical majors compensate those who die during clinical trials of their new drugs, the Supreme Court on Monday pulled up the Centre for not forci

The Supreme Court had ordered setting up of an independent and powerful environment regulator to weed out corruption in grant of environmental clearances to projects but the Centre on Tuesday told it that it could only set up a body sans power to penalize violators and polluters.

While asking that a regulator be set up at both central and state levels by March 31, the apex court green bench headed by Justice A K Patnaik had on January 6 ordered that the regulator should evaluate projects, enforce environmental conditions for approvals and impose penalties on polluters.

New Delhi: Senior advocate Harish Salve startled the Supreme Court on Monday by presenting a report which established a direct link between death of 3,000 children annually in Delhi to the increase

The new draft protocol for clinical trials of drugs, on the lines suggested by the Supreme Court, is making it difficult for global drug manufacturers to find subjects for testing new chemical comp

The Centre’s suggestion to construct underpasses and flyovers for safe passage of elephants to reduce deaths on rail tracks evoked the Supreme Court’s derisive comment – why not put up a road sign

In a major blow to the Centre's election year decision to speed up environmental clearance to long pending projects, the Supreme Court on Monday ordered the government to appoint a national regulat

New Delhi: Yet to solve the mystery behind missing files on coal block allocations, the coal ministry on Monday courted fresh trouble as it admitted before the Supreme Court on Monday that five coa

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to examine a PIL alleging a sharp increase in infant deaths after administration of pentavalent vaccine, which replaced the tried and tested vaccines to fight fiv

The Supreme Court has scoffed at Haryana's land acquisition policy under which authorities had acquired a fully operational industrial unit and its land for setting up an industrial estate.

A bench of Chief Justice P Sathasivam and Justice Ranjana P Desai quashed acquisition of the land on which the industrial unit was functioning and said, "We are of the view that there is no justification in acquiring a running industrial unit for industrialization of the area."