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On 26 January 1950, the Supreme Court of India was established. Earlier, it was located at the Chamber of Princes in the Parliament House and in 1958 it was shifted to Mathura Road in New Delhi. Supreme Court is the only highest level of court in India and is headed by Chief Justice of India. The judgments taken in the Supreme Court has to be followed by all the other courts in India. Individuals could approach the Supreme Court if they think that their Fundamental Rights have been violated.

The various types of cases which can be considered in the Supreme Court are –

• The cases related to the violation of the Fundamental Rights like Right to life which includes Right to Health, Right to food, Right to Livelihood; cases protecting women’s rights; etc. All the cases that are related to the violation against the Fundamental Rights of the Citizens could be taken in the Supreme Court.

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