KERALA HC REJECTED THE PIL TO CONVERT TOURIST VISA INTO BUSINESS VISA

A 74 years U.S citizen has filed a PIL in Kerala High court praying for his extension of stay in India and he sought to convert his tourist visa to a business visa without leaving the country. He pleaded that he had come to India on a tourist visa on 26 Feb 2020. The visa … Continue reading KERALA HC REJECTED THE PIL TO CONVERT TOURIST VISA INTO BUSINESS VISA

Timeline of Implemented Resolution Plan Relaxed by NCLT Ahmedabad

Judicial Member Manorama Kumari of the Ahmedabad bench of the National Company Law Tribunal allowed a request to relax the timeline for completion of its Resolution Plan. Consortium Resolution Applicant of Shaifali Rolls Ltd. had stated that till February, 2020, it had duly submitted Audit Reports and Cash flow Statement to the Monitoring Committee. However, … Continue reading Timeline of Implemented Resolution Plan Relaxed by NCLT Ahmedabad

Centre has to ensure salary of Doctors : Supreme Court

Central government directed by the Apex Court to ensure that states pay timely salaries to doctors and healthcare workers during the COVID-19 exigency.United Resident and Doctor’s Association (URDA) filled an urgent application in the court stating that many states are not paying salaries for doctors and low-risk classification is being made between doctors.After the June … Continue reading Centre has to ensure salary of Doctors : Supreme Court

Delhi HC gave a nod to Delhi Police to conduct an investigation related to foreign nationals of Tablighi jamaat

The single bench of Justice Anup Jairam Bhambhani gave its assent to Delhi Police to go to Kolkata to investigate the matter against foreign nationals struck in Kolkata. Crime Branch of Delhi Police had issued notices under Section 41A of the Code of Criminal Procedure against the foreign nationals of Tablighi Jamaat. Against the notices … Continue reading Delhi HC gave a nod to Delhi Police to conduct an investigation related to foreign nationals of Tablighi jamaat

BCI has postponed All India Bar exam

Due to this pandemic Bar Council of India has decided to postpone the all India bar examination (AIBE). Previously the All India bar examination scheduled be held on 16th August, 2020But due to the "present pandemic situation and frequent lockdown, increasing number of Corona patients daily", the BCI has resolved to postpone the date of … Continue reading BCI has postponed All India Bar exam

Sushant Singh Rajput’s kin file caveat in SC, seek hearing on Rhea’s plea to transfer probe to Mumbai

Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s family filed a caveat before the Supreme Court on Thursday, seeking to be heard in connection with actress Rhea Chakraborty’s petition in the apex court, pleading for the transfer of the investigation to Mumbai. The Supreme Court, earlier on Thursday dismissed a PIL seeking transfer of the probe into Sushant Singh … Continue reading Sushant Singh Rajput’s kin file caveat in SC, seek hearing on Rhea’s plea to transfer probe to Mumbai

SC Dismissed The Plea To Reconstitute Commission In Vikas Dubey Encounter.

The Supreme Court dismissed the application for reconstituting the Judicial Inquiry commission in Vikas Dubey encounter case by replacing K. L. Gupta former DGP, Uttar Pradesh on the ground of bias. The bench comprising Chief Justice SA Bobde, Justice AS Bopanna and Justice V Ramasubramanian heard an application filed by Ghanshyam Upadhyay and Anoop Awasthi … Continue reading SC Dismissed The Plea To Reconstitute Commission In Vikas Dubey Encounter.

Non Compliance of SOP should not be a ground to prohibit a Candidate from writing exam, karnataka HC

Karnataka High Court held that no candidate should be prevented from attending the exam scheduled to start on 30th july, clarifying certain ambiguous areas in SOP which is framed by the Karnataka government for conducting entrance exams.A bench comprising of Justice Aravind Kumar and M I Arun stated that no candidate should be prevented from … Continue reading Non Compliance of SOP should not be a ground to prohibit a Candidate from writing exam, karnataka HC

UN report: Women confined in North Korea endure extreme human rights infringement

According to a UN human rights report published, women confined in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea are subjected to multiple and serious human rights infringement by security and police authoritiesThe report was based on 100 first-hand records by North Korean women who were detained between 2009 and 2019. These women were detained by the … Continue reading UN report: Women confined in North Korea endure extreme human rights infringement

Changes introduced by the National Educational Policy, 2020

National Educational Policy, 2020 was approved by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday. The last time the policy was revised was in 1992. The HRD ministry shall also be renamed to education ministry. A national assessment centre "PARAKH" shall also be created.The following are the changes that shall be introduced in the education system: 1.A single … Continue reading Changes introduced by the National Educational Policy, 2020