Category: Supreme Court

Supreme Court lets blind man sue Domino’s over website accessibility

Source: Nearly 30 years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) dictated that businesses must make their physical locations accessible to people with disabilities. On Tuesday, thanks to a decision from the Supreme Court, businesses may have to make their digital storefronts equally accessible.  Specifically, the Supreme Court gave the green light for a

Wayanad protest: A Supreme Court order, decade-old ban and no rail connectivity

Source: ayanad came to the national reckoning early this year when Congress leader Rahul Gandhi chose it as his second constituency to contest parliamentary election. Prior to that Wayanad was a local tourist destination for people in neighbouring areas of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Within months, Wayanad is again in news over opposition to

Vice President bats for bifurcating Supreme Court

Source: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday pitched for bifurcating the Supreme Court to handle constitutional matters and appeals and also called for creating four regional benches of the top court for speedy disposal of cases. Endorsing the recommendation of the Law Commission on splitting the Supreme Court into constitutional division and courts