An NGO, Save Them India Foundation, has filed a PIL before the SC saying that China has secretly put under surveillance Indian judges (sitting and retired) of the Supreme Court and of different high courts, as well as the President and Prime Minister of India and other influential personalities.
The Supreme Court today made some strong observations while restricting news channel Sudarshan TV from telecasting the remaining episodes of its show 'Bindas Bol' that talks about Muslims who get through the UPSC exam until further orders.
Seven former civil servants have filed an intervention application in the Supreme Court, in the case of ‘Firoz Iqbal Khan’ seeking injunction against the telecast of a show over Sudarshan TV which is allegedly communalising the selection of Muslims in UPSC exams.
Any euphoria over India strengthening its defence abilities must be tempered by reality. Testing missiles and acquiring 36 Rafales may be morale boosters and deterrents, but they do not confer defence superiority or cause for complacency
The ex-minister had just been granted interim bail by the Allahabad high Court for a two-month period on medical grounds. The case dates back to 2017. Prajapati was again arrested by Lucknow police yesterday, for allegedly striking a deal with the alleged survivor to drop the charges.
Justice Ved Prakash Vaish retires on June 26, 2021. This means he has less than ten months to settle affairs and to settle down into a well-earned retired life. His is a family of legal ‘achievers’, so to say.
The Supreme Court today indicated that while it has taken no decision yet on the issue of interest on loans during the court-ordered moratorium period, it was “inclined” to pass an order against banks charging additional interest during the period.