While considering the PIL, Calcutta High Court held that the same issue was in previous academic year 2021-22, wherein, WPA (P) 240 of 2021 was filed questioning the notification issued by the respondent University to grant admission on the basis of marks in qualifying examination instead of entrance.
Allahabad High Court while hearing a petition filed by Ajay Kumar Yadav and another observed that candidates cannot get a right to participate in the selection process being over age limit and that nobody can claim as a matter of right that recruitment for any post should be made every year.
In light of overall improvement in the Covid-19 situation, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to entertain a plea filed in 2020, when the pandemic was at its peak all across the globe, seeking directions for taking immediate action to prevent overcrowding in all places, including the High Court and the local courts in the national capital. The plea come up for hearing almost after two years.
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to clear it's stand and gave it a final opportunity to respond to a plea against the continuous detention of a 62-year-old Pakistan national, being held in a detention centre for deportation for the last seven years, even after he spent 3 years and 6 months in jail as punishment under Section 14 of the Foreigners Act.
The Supreme Court on Monday, as one-time measure, relaxed the upper age limit criteria of 32 years as the eligibility for the Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2022 and the age of 45 years for the Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination 2022, who had otherwise qualified in the year 2020 and 2021, but did not appear as no examination was held in those years.
The Manipur High Court has closed a PIL, assailing the Notification dated June 30, 2021 issued by the Home Department, Government of Manipur, mandating Covid-19 vaccination for the citizens of the state.
The Delhi High Court on Monday refused to entertain a plea seeking adoption of virtual court proceedings by courts and tribunals in the national capital as a norm along with physical functioning, while observing that a decision in this respect was already under consideration at the administrative side.
The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned hearing till March 21 on a petition filed by three Civil Services aspirants, seeking an extra attempt at the Civil Services examination, claiming that they had to miss the Civil Services Mains exam because they had contracted Covid-19.