In relation to the implementation of Fast and Secured Transmission of Electronic Records (FASTER), the Supreme Court has directed all states of the country to ensure the availability of internet facility with adequate speed in each and every jail and take necessary steps to arrange for internet facility, if not available expeditiously.
The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment has filed a short reply on a petition filed by the state of Maharashtra seeking Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011 (SECC-2011) with respect to OBCs within state, stating that there were inherent flaws in the manner of conducting Census and therefore
The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed contentment over the Central government's decision to provide ex-gratia of Rs 50,000 as financial help to the family of persons who died due to Covid-19 amid the pandemic.
The Calcutta High Court has acquitted a man booked under the Protection of Children against Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) Act, observing that in case the act was participatory in nature and between two sufficiently mature persons, then a male cannot be indicted alone for the same.
The PIL in Allahabad High Court further seeks the immediate suspension of the District Magistrate and Special Superintendent of Police, Prayagraj. The letter petition has been filed through lawyer Sunil Choudhary in person.
The Supreme Court today has sought the response from Centre and National Medical Council on a PIL by post-graduate doctors alleging that question pattern for NEET-Super Speciality 2021, has been altered only to favour those who have done post-graduation in general medicine at the cost of other disciplines.