A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court, asking for directions to the Union of India (UOI) to issue comprehensive guidelines with respect to online virtual classes through video conferencing for children. Nand Kishore Garg filed this PIL through his advocate Shashank Deo Sudhi.
The Supreme Court has agreed to examine whether certain provisions of the Special Marriage Act of 1954, which allows personal records to be made available to the public for scrutiny 30 days prior to the intended marriage, violate the right to privacy of the parties.
The Supreme Court today dismissed as withdrawn a PIL filed by Ajay Kumar, seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the general elections for the Bihar Assembly in the wake of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 Supreme Court tomorrow will hear a plea filed by Ajay Kumar seeking directions to the Election Commission of India to postpone the General Elections for Bihar Assembly in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic.
The Supreme Court today dismissed as frivolous and with cost a plea seeking prevention of suicides at IITs across the country. The court said that the authorities are alive to the problem. The petitioner was fined Rs 10,000.
The Supreme Court today agreed to hear a Public Interest Litigation filed by petitioner Dipika Jagatram Sahani, seeking directions to provide food and healthcare facilities to children and lactating mothers, because the entire Anganwadi system has shut due to the lockdown.
A Public Interest Litigation has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking removal of anomalies in the ground of succession and inheritance and make them gender-neutral, religion-neutral, and uniform for all citizens in the spirit of the Articles 14, 15, 21, 44 and international conventions.
A person from the field of animal husbandry has approached the Supreme Court to stop the “indiscriminate” use of Artificial Reproduction Techniques (ART) on livestock, avoiding the animals’ natural reproduction processes.
A plea has been filed in the Meghalaya High Court seeking directions from the government to define ‘minority’ & frame guidelines for their identification at the state level, in a spirit of the provision of Article 29 and 30 of the Constitution of India and the judgment of the apex court in TMA Pai case.