The Calcutta High Court granted interim bail to all four TMC leaders in Narada scam case. The court said, the press will not give me a statement on pending litigation leaders and instructed to fill a private bond of two lakh rupees interim bail.
To quash the decision of CBSE regarding the physical conduct of examination and provide for alternative assessment scheme to the students, as was done last year, 297 students wrote to Chief Justice N.V. Ramana to take suo motu cognizance in the matter.
A Single Judge Bench comprising of Justice Suresh Kait has disposed of a petition praying for respondent Delhi Police to comply with the curfew order dated 19.04.2021 which has exempted Advocates from producing E-pass for travelling during the curfew period.
The plea further sought directions to the States to issue death certificates/ any letter to the families of deceased, stating therein the cause of death. The medical officers have not been conducting post mortem of the persons, who are dying due to COVID-19.
“The Company (Devas) fraudulently raised foreign investment of Rs 579 crore and subsequently illegally transferred 85% of the investment out of India to its subsidiary in USA in the guise of investment and services fees etc,” the ED investigation revealed.