India has not allowed students, whose studies were disrupted by the Russian invasion, to continue their education in Indian medical colleges. The National Medical Commission has now ruled that these students can go to any other country to complete their education
While dismissing a petition for divorce, the Kerala High Court observed that the present trend seems to be to break the nuptial tie on flimsy grounds. It said that marriage is not a mere ritual for intimacy
The friction between the CPI(M)-led government in Kerala and Governor Arif Mohammad Khan—who is the chancellor of all the universities—over appointment of vice-chancellors (VCs) in various universities has become a major political issue.
Over 18,000 people from different walks of life signed an online petition addressed to West Bengal Higher Education authorities seeking disciplinary action against St Xavier’s University vice-chancellor Felix Raj.
The lions from the Gir National Park in Gujarat are famous for not finding sanctuary in any other state. In 2013, the Supreme Court had ordered the shifting of some lions from Gujarat to the Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary in the neighbouring state of Madhya Pradesh.
A Supreme Court order in 2017 had directed all deemed universities to not use the word “university”. Now a government panel has said that they should be allowed to use the word “university” to avoid confusion abroad
A June 3 apex court order that all protected forest tracts and wildlife sanctuaries should have eco-sensitive zones of one kilometre from their boundaries has led to protests in Kerala. It is now thinking of bypassing the order
The Union culture ministry is looking to rationalise the prohibited and regulated zones around protected monuments by amending the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act, 1958. The whole idea is to make them more flexible and public friendly