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The Supreme Court has dismissed the plea by NEET-MDS 2022 aspirants seeking postponement of the examination i.e. National Eligibility Entrance Test – Master of Dental Surgery Entrance Examination 2022 in view of the incomplete one year compulsory internship, which is a pre- requisite/ eligibility criterion for the said examinations, owing to extenuating circumstances caused by the Covid–19 pandemic. 

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The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned its hearing till March 25 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.

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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.

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Supreme Court bench on the previous hearing which was held on February 4, also expressed its displeasure over the laxity of state governments on compensation during the hearing of the plea moved by Gaurav Kumar Bansal seeking ex-gratia payments to families of those who died of Covid-19.

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The Supreme Court on Friday disposed of the plea seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to issue Covid-19 norms to all political parties against physical rallies in the wake of Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Manipur and Goa. 

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The Supreme Court today refused to grant any relief to daily wage labourers/workers against the order of the Delhi High Court, which had stayed the decision of a single judge, which, in turn, had held that the promise made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal during a press conference is enforceable and the same should be implemented by the ruling party. 

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