With the state passing a bill against NEET and the Justice AK Rajan panel report exposing its prejudicial impact on underprivileged students, is a constitutional crisis brewing? Is it time to amend the exam format?
The state of Tamil Nadu has filed an application in the Supreme Court, seeking directions to restrain the State of Karnataka through its instrumentality viz Cauvery Neervari Nigama Ltd, from proceeding with any activity in regard to the proposed construction of reservoir at Mekedatu.......
The Madras High Court on Monday refused to restrain Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. K. Stalin from heading any advisory committee under Section 7 of the Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1959, stating that this is a secular country and it is time that prejudice
The petition in the Supreme Court said that the impugned Act is unconstitutional and violative of Article 340 of the Constitution of India on the ground that reservation is permissible only to classes and not to a particular caste.
On the last date of hearing, the court observed that there are several sections of citizens who require special attention and a detailed study is required to be conducted as to the initiatives to be taken to deal with such vulnerable classes.
The eighth and final phase of elections was underway in Bengal where stray incidents of violence were reported from several areas, but the overall polling process has been peaceful with 76.07 per turnout recorded till 5pm, EC officials said.
The Bench, headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde, cleared that there is no problem if the Tamil Nadu government takes over the plant, but it would be required to produce the oxygen that it can during these trying times when the whole country is gasping for oxygen.
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the plea of a non-governmental organisation seeking a stay on the sale of fresh electoral bonds ahead of state assembly elections in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Assam and the union territory of Puducherry.