The Supreme Court on Friday upheld the validity of a public notice issued by the National Council for Teachers Education calling upon teachers training schools to submit performance appraisal reports in order to ensure that there are neither ghost teachers nor ghost students in such institutions.
The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected the interim report submitted by the State commission nominated by the state of Maharashtra, which recommended 27 percent reservation in favour of OBCs in local bodies elections in the State of Maharashtra.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta on Wednesday made submission before the Supreme Court on the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). He said under Section 19 of PMLA, the arguments regarding an offence being cognisable or non-cognisable, were redundant
The Supreme Court has refused the petition of a 68-year-old retired Govt engineer Mohammed Kaleem Ahmed, who was arrested among 17 other leaders and activists of the Social Democratic Party of India and Popular Front of India by the National Investigation Agency, in connection with the Bengaluru Riots.