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Supreme Court quashes re-appointment of Gopinath Raveendran as Vice Chancellor of Kannur University The Supreme Court on Thursday quashed the re-appointment of Dr. Gopinath Raveendran as the Vice Chancellor of Kannur University on the grounds that the appointment was vitiated by undue interference from the Government of Kerala. The Bench of Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud, Justice J.B. Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Misra observed that though the notification of appointment was issued ...


Personal Interest Litigation

Despite guidelines to weed out spurious PILs, the problem continues to plague courts. So fed up have courts become that they have started imposing huge fines on such petitioners

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The Delhi High Court has granted “one last opportunity” to the centre to frame the policy on online sale of medicines within eight weeks. Noting that the matter has been pending before it for five years, the Court observed that the government has had sufficient time to frame the policy


Addicted to Credit Rating

In a recent judgment, the Kerala High Court ordered that “by no stretch can the farmers, who effectively sell grains to the government under the Paddy Receipt Sheet (PRS) scheme, be construed to be borrowers by any bank.” That affects their credit rating and this cannot be allowed

More Repression Ahead?

Social media major Meta recently met Delhi Police officials over cyber crime and information requests on users. As elections edge closer, social media is where the battle will be repeated for the third time


A Sahara-sized mess

In 11 years, the Sahara-Sebi Refund Account was able to identify and pay 17,526 applicants involving 48,326 accounts, but the payout was of only Rs 138 crore. How much can a new fund, guarded by an online portal, be able to achieve?

Open Season

The five-day struggle for leadership of Open AI, the most promising artificial intelligence software company in the world, ended with a whimper with its CEO and founder Sam Altman being deposed and then reinstated and a new board appointed. What led to the extraordinary turn of events?

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National Human Rights Commission Chairperson Justice Arun Mishra on Wednesday said the Commission had sufficient powers, which were being put to good use, in response to a question whether NHRC was a toothless tiger. Speaking at a symposium on ‘Challenges Before NHRC’ organised by the India Legal Research Foundation (ILRF) in conversation with APN News Editor-in-Chief Rajshri Rai, the NHRC Chairperson said various authorities across the country followed and implemented 90 per cent of directi...
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