Saturday, December 3, 2022


Education Not A Business To Earn Profit, Tuition Fee Must Be Affordable: Supreme Court

New Delhi [India]: The Supreme Court on Monday observed that education is not the business to earn profit and tuition fees shall always be affordable as it noted that the Andhra Pradesh Government's decision to enhance fee to Rs 24 lakhs per annum, which is seven times more than the fee fixed earlier is not justifiable at all. ...Tap to read more.

SC To Hear On Nov 10 Plea On Worsening Air Pollution In Delhi-NCR

New Delhi [India]: The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear on November 10 a plea seeking measures to curb worsening air pollution in Delhi-NCR. ...Tap to read more.

SC To Hear Pleas Challenging Validity Of CAA On December 6

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday posted for hearing on December 6 a batch of petitions challenging the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), 2019. ...Tap to read more.

SC Extends Interim Bail Of Amrapali Group Founder On Medical Ground

New Delhi [India]: In a special sitting on Saturday, Supreme Court extended interim bail granted to Amrapali group founder Anil Sharma on a medical condition. ...Tap to read more.

SC Issues Notice On Centre Plea Over ED’s Director Tenure Extension

New Delhi [India]: The Supreme Court has issued notice to "Common Cause" on the Centre plea seeking modification of its order which barred the government from extending the tenure of Sanjay Kumar Mishra, the director of the Enforcement Directorate. ...Tap to read more.

SC Declines Urgent Hearing Of Plea Against Delhi Govt’s Decision To Ban Firecrackers

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday declined an urgent hearing of a plea filed by BJP MP Manoj Tiwari challenging the Delhi government's decision to ban the sale and purchase and usage of firecrackers during the festive seasons in the national capital. ...Tap to read more.

SC Refuses To Entertain Plea Relating To Maintenance, Says Dealt With It In Earlier Judgement

New Delhi [India]: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain public interest litigation relating to the maintenance amount which can be granted under various provisions of law. ...Tap to read more.

Electoral Bonds Scheme Completely Transparent: Centre Tells SC

New Delhi [India]: The Centre on Friday told the Supreme Court that the methodology of the electoral bonds scheme is a "completely transparent" mode of political funding and it is impossible to get black money or unaccounted money. ...Tap to read more.

SC Questions Setting Up A Pre-Screening Committee for Web Series

New Delhi [India]: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked how can there be a pre-screening committee for web series, films or other programmes which are directly released on online platforms. ...Tap to read more.

SC Asks Centre To File Response On Plea To Declare ‘Ram Sethu’ National Heritage Monument

New Delhi [India]: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to file a response to a plea filed by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy seeking direction to the government to declare 'Ram Sethu' as a national heritage monument. ...Tap to read more.

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Mercury Dips Further In Mount Abu, Layer Of Snow Covers Vehicles

Sirohi (Rajasthan): With the mercury dipping in northern parts of the country, a layer of ice formed on vehicles and fields in the hill station of Mount Abu on Saturday morning. ...TAP TO READ MORE.

MCD Polls: EC Sets Up 13,638 Polling Stations Across Delhi

New Delhi [India]: Delhi State Election Commission has set up 13,638 polling stations for the civic body polls in the national capital, slated for 4th Dec. ...TAP TO READ MORE.

BJP Shedding “Crocodile Tears” For Farmers: Naveen Patnaik

Bargarh (Odisha): Ahead of the Padampur bypoll, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday slammed the BJP-led Centre for imposing 18 per cent GST on Kendu leaf trade, saying the BJP leaders are shedding "crocodile tears" for farmers and are misleading the people for political purposes. ...TAP TO READ MORE.

Police Complaint Lodged Against Paresh Rawal Over His Remark

Kolkata (West Bengal): Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) has lodged a police complaint against Paresh Rawal, alleging that the veteran actor made the remark to provoke riots and destroy the harmony between Bengali community and other communities. ...TAP TO READ MORE.