The Supreme Court has provided relief to Abdullah Azam Khan, son of Samajwadi Party MP Azam Khan. Abdullah Azam Khan had said that the Allahabad High Court had displayed “unusual haste” in asking the Election Commission to order bye-election to the Suar assembly seat.
The Supreme Court directed the Centre to ensure smog free Delhi. In a case of breach of privilege motion SC has summoned Maharashtra Assembly Secretary for contempt, and intimidating Arnab Goswami.SC lay down guidelines for determining compensation, maintenance in matrimonial cases. In the Yes Bank money laundering case Bombay HC rejected bail pleas of DHFL promoters Dheeraj and Kapil Wadhawan in the CBI case.
Kamal Nath has challenged the Order of Oct 30, of the Election Commission whereby his name was removed from the list of ‘star campaigners’ of the Indian National Congress on the ground of repeated violation of Model Code of Conduct and advisories of the ECI.
The SC stays order of the Gwalior bench of the MP HC restraining physical gathering during election campaigning. The SC quashes plea seeking 50% quota for OBC candidates in admissions in TN govt medical colleges.The centre said in SC over deposit difference. Ex-Minister Dilip Ray and two senior officials of the Ministry of Coal awarded 3-year jail. Gujarat High Court begins live streaming of chief justice courtroom proceedings from today.
New Delhi (ILNS): A Petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the interim order passed by High Court of Madhya Pradesh allowing political parties to conduct the election campaign by virtual mode and not by physical gathering.
The Supreme Court today dismissed as withdrawn a PIL filed by Ajay Kumar, seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the general elections for the Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday directed the West Bengal Director General of Police to initiate an inquiry against the investigating officer for attempting to harass a citizen by misusing Section 41A of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
In its affidavit to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, the Centre said that there is no difference between a public servant and an elected representative while also pointing out that there are no specific service conditions laid down in respect of elected representatives.