Category: Supreme Court

Supreme Court: States should implement Centre’s SOP on COVID-19

source:-nationalheraldindia The Supreme Court on Friday said state governments are obligated to implement the Centre’s SOP on the COVID-19 pandemic, including on transporting a confirmed case or a person suspected of infectionA bench comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and M.R. Shah said all states should follow the SOP and take appropriate measures in

Supreme Court sends Maratha quota matter to larger bench

Source:-hindustantimes The three-judge bench order, which evoked sharp reactions from political leaders in Maharashtra, said admissions under the quota in post-graduate courses will remain unaltered. The matter will now be placed before Chief Justice of India, SA Bobde, for constitution of a larger bench.The Supreme Court on Wednesday imposed an interim stay on quotas in

Full refund for flights booked before lockdown; Centre urges Supreme Court to allow airlines time till March 31, 2021

Source:-indiatimes The Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has sent an affidavit to the Supreme Court, citing that airlines should be given time till March 2021 to refund passengers. The affidavit also favours issuing credit to passengers, which can be used by passengers till March 2021; if the same is not implemented, a direct refund has

SC seeks response from UP govt regarding appointment of teaching staff in minority aided institutions

Source:-hindustantimes The Supreme Court has sought a response from the government of Uttar Pradesh on a plea challenging orders amending the state law regarding the appointment of teaching staff in minority aided institutions. The Bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan on Thursday has issued notice to the Uttar Pradesh government and asked it to respond within

Supreme Court rejects review petition filed by six non-BJP states for postponing NEET, JEE

Source:-india New Delhi: In a major development, the Supreme Court on Friday (September 4, 2020) refused to entertain the review petition filed by ministers of six Opposition-ruled states who were seeking a review of the top court’s August 17 order to conduct NEET-UG and JEE (Mains) examinations. The ministers in their plea had claimed that

122 Law Students Urge Supreme Court To Reconsider Prashant Bhushan Judgement

Source:-ndtv Prashant Bhushan’s “contribution to our fraternity and nation-building is undoubtedly cherished by all in the legal fraternity”, the open letter said. New Delhi: Over a hunderd law students from across the country have written to Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde and other judges of the Supreme Court to reconsider the judgement on