Two Different orders – Are courts functioning in West Bengal, Supreme Court says yes and no

Source:- Two vacation Benches of the Supreme Court which sat today have taken diametrically opposite stances in relation to the factual position regarding the functioning of courts in West Bengal. This has led to the two Benches passing contrary orders, one granting relief and the second refusing relief in two petitions which had been filed

Teachers are like Gods, but can’t oppose government decisions taken in public interest: Madras HC

Source:- Counsel for the government said there was a surplus of SG teachers and hence, a decision was taken to utilise them for the Montessori education in the Anganwadis. MADURAI: The Madras High Court Bench here observed on Wednesday that teachers are like Gods but they cannot question every government decision taken in public

Supreme Court agrees to hear Muslim woman’s petition challenging talaq notices issued by husband

Source:- The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear a petition filed by a Muslim woman challenging two talaq (divorce) notices issued by her husband. The court said it will hear the matter on Friday, PTI reported. Advocate MM Kashyap, appearing for the woman, said she has been married for nine years. The complainant’s lawyer

Daily Court Digest: Major environment orders (May 14, 2019)

Source:- Considerable change in Yamuna flood plain observed: NGT panel report The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on May 9, 2019 received a report by the joint inspection team that investigated the demarcation of Yamuna river floodplain in Agra and the construction in it. During inspection, the team found that area along flood plain had changed considerably owing