The Supreme Court of India will be hearing a Public Interest Litigation filed by advocate Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay seeking directions to debar the persons from contesting election against whom charges have been framed in serious offences.
A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court, asking for directions to the Union of India (UOI) to issue comprehensive guidelines with respect to online virtual classes through video conferencing for children. Nand Kishore Garg filed this PIL through his advocate Shashank Deo Sudhi.
Even as President Ram Nath Kovind gave his approval to the three contentious farm bills on Sunday, the protests by opposition and farmer groups continued and Congress MP TN Prathapan from Kerala has made preparations to approach the Supreme Court today to file a petition against the bills.
In a press conference held in Delhi today, Chief Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora announced that the Bihar elections will be held in three phases and will commence on the October 28. The other dates are November 3 and November 7. The results will be announced on November 10.
The Supreme Court tomorrow will hear a plea filed by Ajay Kumar seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the General Elections for Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic.
Sangeeta Tyagi, widow of the Late Congress national spokesperson Rajiv Tyagi, who died of a heart attack on September 12 after taking part in a heated AajTak debate, is one of two who have filed an intervention application in the Sudarshan TV hate speech case that the Supreme Court is currently hearing.
Public Interest Litigation filed challenging a The Telecom Commercial Communications Customer Preference Regulation 2018' issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India alleging it to be grossly violative of rights guaranteed as a fundamental right, the right to privacy of an individual.
Two men, Achhar Singh and Budhi Singh, had challenged their conviction by the Himachal Pradesh High Court. One had been sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment and the other to undergo life imprisonment, plus a fine. The High Court had overturned their acquittal by the trial court.
Supreme Court's Juvenile Justice Committee met with juvenile justice representatives from all high courts along with UNICEF and key Central ministry officials to discuss protecting of children in juvenile and care homes during the Covid surge.