Plea Seeking Home Based Exam for CLAT Rejected by Delhi High Court

A single bench of the Delhi High Court comprising Justice Jayant Nath has dismissed a plea seeking home based exam for CLAT 2020. The court observed that a home based exam would increase the chances of manipulation and carrying out unfair practices. The court further stated that it would not be appropriate and fair for … Continue reading Plea Seeking Home Based Exam for CLAT Rejected by Delhi High Court

Babri Masjid Demolition Case:Verdict on September 30th

A Lucknow Court has fixed September 30 as the date for pronoucement of verdict in the Babri Masjid Demolition case.The case has 32 accused which includes BJP leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti and then Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Kalyan Singh.The order stating the date of pronouncement was passed today by a … Continue reading Babri Masjid Demolition Case:Verdict on September 30th

Sudarshan TV restrained from broadcasting controversial show

A three-judge bench of Supreme Court comprising of Justices D.Y. Chandrachud, Indu Malhotra and K.M. Joseph heard a plea and observed-1. It appears that the program’s object is to vilify the Muslim community and make it responsible for an insidious attempt to infiltrate the civil services.2.The edifice of a stable democratic society and observance of … Continue reading Sudarshan TV restrained from broadcasting controversial show

Excellent safety of two indigenous COVID candidate vaccines revealed during Phase-I trials

Phase-I clinical trials have revealed "excellent safety" of the two candidate vaccines indigenously developed by Bharat Biotech in collaboration with ICMR and Cadila Healthcare Ltd and their immunogenicity testing is now in progress. Phase II clinical trials are going on by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and other private research centres in the … Continue reading Excellent safety of two indigenous COVID candidate vaccines revealed during Phase-I trials

School cannot expel students from attending online classes merely on account of unpaid fees : Kerela HC

A school in Ernakulam was directed to not expel any students from attending online classes merely on account of their incapacity to pay the full school fees, while taking into consideration the COVID-19 pandemic scenario: Kerela High Court (Biju CM & Ors v State of Kerala & Ors)."Taking note of the rather distressing situation that … Continue reading School cannot expel students from attending online classes merely on account of unpaid fees : Kerela HC

India slams Pakistan at Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva

India described Pakistan as an "epicentre of terrorism" and said no one deserves unsolicited lecture on human rights from Islamabad that has consistently persecuted its ethnic and religious minorities including Hindus, Sikhs and Christians. Exercising the Right of Reply to the statements made by Pakistan at the 45th session of Human Rights Council (HRC), the … Continue reading India slams Pakistan at Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva

Professors of Delhi University files for Direction by High Court to pay pending salaries

Eight professors of Delhi University approaches the Delhi High Court, in their capacity as members of the Delhi University Teachers Association. The advocates, Ashok Agarwal and Kumar Utkarsh filed the plea on their behalf and earlier, had been writing to the Delhi government to release the funds to enable the 12 DU colleges, funded by … Continue reading Professors of Delhi University files for Direction by High Court to pay pending salaries

Muzaffarpur shelter home case : convict tells his case was handled hurriedly

Muzaffarpur shelter home case convict Brijesh Thakur’s counsel has submitted before the Delhi high court that the court had profaned the right to a free trial as provided beneath the constitution of India by conducting the hearing within the matter in a very overhasty manner. A divisional bench of Justices V. Sanghi and Rajnish Bhatnagar … Continue reading Muzaffarpur shelter home case : convict tells his case was handled hurriedly