With the Supreme Court hearing various PILs on the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent government reaction, CJI Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, in a discussion with journalists, yielded that calamities and pandemics of this scale are best left to the official. CJI Bobde said that in the midst of such grave crisis, it was imperative to
After the corona virus infection, the PM Care Fund was formed under the guidance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the call of the Prime Minister, from the common people in this fund donated their respective accounts. The fund was also challenged in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a petition challenging
A letter is issued to All the Vice- Chancellors’, Deans’, Principals’, Centre of legal Education by Bar council of India , clarifying that its General Council in consultation with its Legal Education Committee has resolved unanimously that online classes should be hold on every legal institutions for covering the entire syllabus and academic discipline as
The two committees, which were formed a few days ago by the University Grants Commission, have submitted their respective reports to the University Grants Commission on Friday. Both the committees have presented their views related to many other issues including annual examination of all colleges and universities, online examination, academic session -2020, and conduct of
The Supreme Court has said that the benefits of reservation should not be passed on to their heirs who have been in the category of wealthy by taking advantage of reservation for 70 years. On not being able to reach the needy people of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the true sense of
The Honorable Supreme Court today on April 24,2020, in relation with the multiple FIRs filed against Republic TV Editor- in-Chief Arnab Goswami, provided three weeks protection from arrest to him and stayed actions all the FIRs against him until further orders in State(s) of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Chhattisgarh and Jammu and Kashmir except
The Supreme Court on Wednesday once again made it clear in harsh words that under no circumstances the scope of reservation can be more than 50 percent. Indra Shah, on behalf of the Supreme Court, citing the order to fix maximum 50 per cent reservation in the case, said that no government can ignore it.