Among the 31 judges, the apex court has three women judges -- Justices R Banumathi, Indu Malhotra and Indira Banerjee.
A bench headed by Justice Arun Misra delivered the verdict and directed the concerned authorities to clear the buildings within one month and to submit a report before the court.
Mander, who has alleged bias on the part of the CJI in hearing a matter related to detention of illegal foreigners in Assam, was told by the apex court that it would not allow the institution to 'crumble'.
For the CJI, the allegations are such that if they are investigated thoroughly and impartially, he can be cleared. However, to conduct a sham investigation or no investigation at all, would be a direct threat to all women facing sexual harassment, at least in the judiciary.
'The Supreme Court is unnecessarily burdened with this. We will get rid of these petitions,' the bench said.
In a petition filed before the high court, the firm, Camelot Enterprises, has said such action is unlawful.
The apex court had on February 27 issued notice on the plea filed by Forum Against Citizenship Act Amendment Bill which had sought to declare the Passport (Entry into India) Amendment Rules, 2015 and the Foreigners (Amendment) Order as "discriminatory, arbitrary and illegal".
The plea referred to the nine-judge verdict that held privacy as one of the fundamental rights and assailed the legal provisions of the HMA and the SMA, saying that they force mostly unwilling women to cohabit with their estranged husbands.
The apex court refused to take into account the plea in the review petition that claimed that 'fresh' documents and evidence would clear the air in the matter.
The apex court had on January 27 cancelled the scheduled hearing for January 29 as Justice Bobde was not available that day.
The bench's remarks came during the hearing on a plea seeking to stop indiscriminate culling of wild boars in Tamil Nadu in violation of guidelines framed by the state government.
In the PIL, the petitioner claimed that the EVMs can be tampered with by changing the source code of the machines.
Reliance Communications (RCom) had told the court they had tried to move 'heaven and earth' to ensure Ericsson gets its due but was unable to do so due to failure of assets sale deal with Jio.
The remarks relating to the apathy towards judiciary were made while dealing with the steps taken by Rajasthan government.
The bench, which agreed to the request of the solicitor general to give him two weeks' time to address the concerns raised by it, posted the matter for March 13.
The top court was hearing a plea filed by an organisation Healthy, Wealthy, Ethical, World- Guide India Trust and others which had sought a direction to the Centre, state governments and private sectors to immediately stop the export of meat and meat products.
The bench said NGO Centre for Public Interest Litigation' (CPIL) can file its rejoinder within a week after the Centre files its response.
The court issued notices to the Centre and all state governments and Union Territories for their responses within four weeks.
A bench of Justices R F Nariman and Sanjay Kishan Kaul disposed of the application filed by NGO PUCL alleging that people were still being prosecuted under the scrapped provision.
The former law minister and senior advocate, in his PIL, has said the India has been signatory of the United Nations' Convention Against Torture since 1997 and has not ratified it so it has not made the law on custodial torture so far.
A bench of justices A K Sikri and Ashok Bhushan had on November 1 last year reserved its verdict on the petitions challenging the notifications issued by the Centre and the Delhi government.
The panel report noted that there was a decrease of forest cover to the extent of 630 sq.km in the north-eastern region, which was attributed to shifting cultivation and other development activities in the region.
CJI Ranjan Gogoi imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh on Rao and said he neither understood nor comprehended how Rao could relieve the investigating officer without taking the court into confidence.
Hearing a plea on the issue, a bench of justices A K Sikri and S Abdul Nazeer observed that the matter was serious and asked all the states and the UTs to file their reply within four weeks.
The top court said now-a-days it has become a trend for the lawyers appearing in a sub-judice matter to make statements in the media and participate in TV debates.