Educationist Rajshree and Advocate Anindita Pujari ,filed a special petition before the Supreme Court. The appeal stated that close to 8.48 lakh students would be appearing for the Class 10 exams and that with the COVID-19 pandemic spreading, this exam "would pose the biggest risk to the lives and health" of these students. The plea … Continue reading SC REFUSED TO INTERFERE IN ACADEMIC MATTERS.
A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Kerala HC questioning the electricity bills issued by Kerala State Electricity Board(KSEB). The PIL seeks KSEB to issue a monthly billing system and to take the average for March, April and May. It is alleged that bi-monthly system was making the consumers pay more than … Continue reading PIL AT KERALA HC QUESTIONS EXORBITANT ELECTRICITY BILLS DURING LOCKDOWN
The Supreme Court today guided the Central government to pass bearings in regards to isolate of specialists who interact with COVID-19 patients and pay rates of human services laborers by tomorrow (Dr Aarushi Jain versus Union of India). A three appointed authority seat of Justices Ashok Bushan, Sanjay Kishan Kaul and MR Shah passed the … Continue reading CENTRE TO PASS BEARINGS ON ISOLATE, COMPENSATIONS OF MEDICINAL SERVICES LABORERS BY TOMORROW; NON-ADHERENCE TO BE AN OFFENSE UNDER DMA: SUPREME COURT
A bench comprising Justices R F Nariman, Navin Sinha and B R Gavai issued notice on petition against the conditions introduced by IBC Ordinance 2029 and also ordered status quo on the petitioner's applications pending in NCLTs. Petition filed by Association of Karvy Investors challenged Section 3 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Act … Continue reading Notice issued by SC on petitions challenging constitutionality of the conditions introduced by IBC(Amendment) Ordinance 2020 on the Homebuyers insolvency petition