CM moves Supreme Court against an order passed by Uttarakhand HC

On 27 Oct, the Uttarakhand High Court directed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to start a probe against Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on a bribe allegation which was made by two journalists. Today, the Chief Minister moved the Supreme Court, challenging the HC order. The allegation made by the two journalists was … Continue reading CM moves Supreme Court against an order passed by Uttarakhand HC

Supreme Court Declines Stay on Calcutta High Court Direction To Reduce Private School Fees by 20%

The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay the directions passed by the Calcutta High Court whereby private schools were asked to reduce their fees by a minimum of 20% and to not hike fee for the financial year 2020-21.The apex court also left untouched the High Court direction that schools should not charge for … Continue reading Supreme Court Declines Stay on Calcutta High Court Direction To Reduce Private School Fees by 20%

Chennai govt hospital ordered to pay Rs 1.6 lakh compensation for botched surgery.

The sterilisation procedure happened in 2001, but the woman realised that the surgery was botched up in 2017 when she got pregnant again.  The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum, Chennai has ordered the Government Peripheral Hospital, Tondiarpet to pay Rs 1.6 lakh to a woman for medical negligence. The hospital had, in 2001, botched up … Continue reading Chennai govt hospital ordered to pay Rs 1.6 lakh compensation for botched surgery.

Delhi HC Asks EC For Response in Plea Filed by Plurals Party, Seeking Common Symbol to Contest Bihar Elections

A Delhi High Court bench comprising Justice ayant Nath, on Monday, sought the response of the Election Commission of India (ECI), while hearing a plea filed by the newly formed "Plurals Party", seeking the use of 'Chess Board' as an election symbol during the Bihar Assembly elections. The party submitted before the court that despite … Continue reading Delhi HC Asks EC For Response in Plea Filed by Plurals Party, Seeking Common Symbol to Contest Bihar Elections

Noida: Eight nabbed for selling refurbished vehicles after reporting them stolen

At least eight persons were arrested by the Noida police on Sunday for allegedly fabricating documents of commercial vehicles bought cheap, reporting them as stolen and then reselling them as refurbished trucks, while defrauding finance companies. According to the police, the gang has been active for the past few months. These people were working with … Continue reading Noida: Eight nabbed for selling refurbished vehicles after reporting them stolen

Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

The Central Government has filed a detailed affidavit before the Supreme Court in connection with the loan moratorium case, stating that the difference between compound interest and simple interest will be deposited in the account of borrowers by November 5. This decision was taken by the Ministry of Finance and has been approved by the Union Cabinet … Continue reading Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

The Central Government has filed a detailed affidavit before the Supreme Court in connection with the loan moratorium case, stating that the difference between compound interest and simple interest will be deposited in the account of borrowers by November 5. This decision was taken by the Ministry of Finance and has been approved by the Union Cabinet … Continue reading Centre tells Supreme Court it will deposit compound-simple interest difference directly to accounts by Nov 5

Elderly COVID-19 patient found tied to bed in Thrissur Medical College

An elderly COVID-19 patient’s family in Kerala has raised serious allegations of medical negligence against the Thrissur Medical College Hospital - a government run institution. Kadangode-native Kunjubheevi, who tested positive for coronavirus, was found tied to a bed in the hospital. Her family has alleged that she had fallen down from the bed at one … Continue reading Elderly COVID-19 patient found tied to bed in Thrissur Medical College

Orissa High Court: NRI/NRI sponsored quota in NLUs is like Reservation for Elite Class

The Orissa High Court was on Tuesday "constrained" to observe that the Non-Resident Indian Sponsored (NRIS) quota in the NLUs is an "affront to the meritorious candidates who toiled day night to secure seats through CLAT"."The candidates belonging to the category of NRI/NRIS, who are very low ranked in the merit list often get seats … Continue reading Orissa High Court: NRI/NRI sponsored quota in NLUs is like Reservation for Elite Class

BCI issues revised schedule for All India Bar Examination, exam to be held on Jan 24

The Bar Council of India (BCI) on 21th October issued a revised schedule for the conduct of All India Bar Examination AIBE-XV. As per the revised schedule, the exam will be conducted on January 24, 2021. As per the new schedule, online registration date has been extended till December 3, 2020, whereas, the last date … Continue reading BCI issues revised schedule for All India Bar Examination, exam to be held on Jan 24