11:04 AM IST
Supreme Court on Rahul Gandhi
Supreme Court closes a contempt plea filed by BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for wrongly attributing to the court his “chowkidar chor hai” slogan against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the #Rafale case.
10:58 AM IST
Rafale review petitions dismissed
Supreme Court dismisses review petitions pertaining to Rafale
10:55 AM IST
Rafale hearing underway
Justice Kaul reading out verdict on Rafale jet
10:50 AM IST
CJI on Sabarimala verdict
No stay on women's entry to Sabarimala
10:37 AM IST
CJI Ranjan Gogoi reads out verdict
CJI Ranjan Gogoi transfers case to a 7 member bench after two judges expressed dissent note
10:34 AM IST
BJP hopes Sabarimala verdict will favour the believers
State BJP spokesperson MT Ramesh said that he expects a verdict which will favour the believers.
10:32 AM IST
Judges reach courtroom
The judges arrive at the courtroom and the pages of the verdict seem to be less, observe sources from the Supreme Court
10:21 AM IST
Heavy security deployment at Sabarimala
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan reviews security arrangements. Around 2,500 policemen and women have been stationed in and around the temple complex.
10:20 AM IST
Sabarimala verdict expected at 10 30AM
Constitution Bench of Supreme Court to pronounce verdict at 10.30 AM today in review petitions challenging the 2018 judgment.
8:30 AM IST
Security tightened at Sabarimala
Security has been tightened by the Kerala police ahead of the top court's verdict
8:28 AM IST
Travancore Devasom Board to abide by SC's decision
The Travancore Devasom Board (TDB) said it will abide by the top court's decision. TDB is the body that looks after the administration of most temples in South Kerala districts, including Sabarimala. At present, TDB is headed by former CPI-M legislator A Padmakumar.
8:26 AM IST
Sabarimala verdict at 10 30AM
The Sabarimala verdict will be pronounced by the Supreme Court at 10 30AM. The judgment will be pronounced by the Constitution bench headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi. As many as 64 petitions, which include review pleas and transfer pleas, were filed in the top court challenging its last year's decision on the entry of women into the Sabarimala temple.
12:00 AM IST
SC's observations on Rafale
The apex court had then dismissed petitions seeking court-monitored probe into alleged irregularities in procurement of jets by asserting that there was "no occasion to doubt the decision-making process in the deal". It had also said that it was not their job to go into the issue of pricing of the fighter planes.