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A Special Court in Mumbai under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act recently permitted release of properties linked to fugitive businessman Nirav Modi. The release of properties is in favour of liquidator appointed by the National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai (NCLT) for Modi’s flagship company, Firestar International Ltd. (FIL)
An application moved by the Punjab National Bank, a lead in the consortium of banks, stated that the prosecution complaint by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) came to be filed after the series of incidents which led to the prime accused Nirav Modi defrauding PNB for an amount of over Rs 7000 crores.
No sympathies can be shown to the students who have entered through backdoor, the Supreme Court observed while dismissing review petitions filed by some medical students.
The bench of Justices L. Nageswara Rao, BR Gavai and Krishna Murari observed that the medical admissions conducted through the private counselling is illegal.
Some medical students had approached the apex court challenging the discharge order issued by the Medical Council of India to the Glocal Medical College. MCI directed to discharge 67 students admitted by it. The students submitted that they were admitted through the counselling conducted by the Glocal Medical College and that they have also cleared the 1st year and 2nd year examinations. Opposing their plea…. the MCI and the State of Uttar Pradesh submitted that they were admitted by backdoor entry and that their admission is the result of collusion between glocal medical college and them.
The Delhi High Court and Districts Courts in the national capital will resume physical hearing in a restricted manner with effect from August 31 and August 24, respectively.
According to a statement issued by the Delhi High Court Registry on Thursday, the High Court modified its earlier office orders dated August 12. In the previous order… physical hearing in the District Courts and the High Court was resolved to begin from August 31 and September 6, respectively.
It is notified that suitable number of Benches of the High Court shall be constituted, as per the directions of the Chief Justice, to hold physical hearings, while the remaining Benches shall continue to take up the matters through video-conferencing, as per the existing system of listing of matters.