The Supreme court has today heard the case of Perarivalan, who is currently out on bail in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case but has also filed an appeal in the Supreme Court requesting for his early release
The Supreme Court on Tuesday proposed that the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu have been engaged in a prolonged legal battle so the best way is a supervisory committee on the Mullaperiyar dam which could be authorised with all the duties falling under the purview of the newly introduced Dam Safety Act until a new authority comes into force
In a major victory for Tamil Nadu, the Supreme Court refused to stay its decision allocating 50% super-specialty seats in government medical colleges to NEET-qualified in-service candidates in the state. In-service candidates are those doctors who are employed with government and semi-government bodies.
Today the three judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice Khanwilkar resumed the hearing of the Mullaperiyar Dam matter the safety of which is the bone of contention between State of Tamil Nadu and State of Kerala. Sr. Adv., Mr. Jaideep Gupta appearing on behalf of the Respondent- State of Kerala had summarized the background of the matter yesterday while also laying down certain contentions.