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Day: June 3, 2020

Uttrakhand HC Directs State Govt To Remove All Shortcomings In Quarantine Centers

June 3, 2020

The Uttarakhand HC has directed the Government to pass appropriate orders so that the Gram Sabhas have sufficient funds to manage and run there centers. In many of these quarantine centers there were only 1 or 2 toilets and 20-30 inmates .The states has also been asked to study reports filled by the District legal […]

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The schools cannot snap away the names of students on default of non payment of fees: Punjab and Haryana High Court:-

June 3, 2020

Punjab and Haryana high court while setting aside a public interest litigation clearly stated that if the guardian of the student is unable to deposit the tuition fees, then also the school is not entitled to strike away the name of the student and could not deprive him of his right to education.  The bench […]

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PLEA SEEKING CHANGING NAME FROM ‘INDIA’ TO ‘BHARAT’, HEARING ADJOURNED

June 3, 2020

A petition seeking directions to the centre to change name from ‘India’ to ‘Bharat’ mentioned in the very first article of our Indian Constitution, claiming it will induce sense of nationalism in our country. A bench headed by CJI SA Bobde observed that court cannot issue any order directing centre to replace the name India […]

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FORMS OF SUPREMACY IN A CONSTITUTIONAL SETUP

June 3, 2020

Author – Aakash Sharma (Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow) Co-Author – Shatakshi Pathak (Delhi metropolitan Education, Noida, U.P.) INTRODUCTION Supremacy is derived from the Latin word “supremus” which means highest. It generally means the highest in authority or rank. Supremacy means the position in which one is more powerful or advanced than anyone else. […]

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Regular Functioning Of Calcutta HC Suspended Till June 8

June 3, 2020

Normal functioning of the court will remain suspended till June 8 due to Covid-19 pandemic. It is initiated that until public transport faculties are regularized ,High Court provide transport from certain point. All the officers and staff are informed that they are required to remain for the official duty and are directed to keep contact […]

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Delhi HC issues notice in plea to extend CM Advocates’ Welfare Scheme to all Delhi advocates, irrespective of their names in voter list

June 3, 2020

The Delhi High Court today issued notice in a petition seeking a direction to the Delhi Government to extend the benefits under CM Advocates’ Welfare Scheme to all Delhi advocates, irrespective of their names in Delhi voter list. In November last year, Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal had announced that a 13-member committee of […]

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