Despite the coronavirus pandemic and the nationwide lockdown announced from March 23, 2020, the Supreme Court of India has ensured unabated access to justice for people through videoconferencing in its 71st year.
The bench has further held that, “As all the eyewitnesses were related to the victims, but for that very reason we cannot disbelieve their version, particularly since the Trial Court and the High Court found no reason to reject their evidence.”
Hearing a plea against farmers' protest, the Supreme Court recommends the formation of a Committee of farm bodies and government representatives to resolve the issue, impleads farm bodies, issues notice.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Supreme Court bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and M. R. Shah today dismissed a plea seeking direction to the CBSE and the Delhi government to waive examination fees for students of classes 10 and 12 in the current academic year.
Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing for West Bengal, said the matter is in the ambit of the concurrent list, where both the Centre and the State can legislate. The State law cannot be rendered repugnant to the Centre’s law, until and unless it is in conflict with the same.