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Petition In SC Demanding “One Nation One Syllabus” For Children Aged 6-14 Years

A Petition has been filed in the Supreme Court seeking a common education system, i.e. common syllabus and common curriculum for all children aged 6 to 14 years. The Petition, filed by Ms. Neeta Upadhyay who herself is an Assistant Teacher at a Primary School in Ghaziabad, contends that the current education system does not

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Two District Court Judges Suspended by HC for irregularities in Payments made to Para Legal Volunteers.

Two Judges of Subordinate Courts in Uttar Pradesh have been placed under suspension by Allahabad High Court. District Judge Vinod Kumar Yadav and Civil Judge Anil Kumar Kaushambi have been suspended on a Report submitted by Ms. Sri Devi, Member Secretary, UP State Legal Services Authority. Also one Clerk looking after the Accounts of Lok

Allahabad HC Cites ‘Wrong Reporting’ To Gag Media : Yogi Adityanath Hate Speech Case.

Allahabad High Court has prohibited the media from reporting the proceedings in the 2008 Gorakhpur hate speech case, in which Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is the prime accused. The Court agreed with the submission after a perusal of media reports submitted before it and ordered, “we are constrained to pass the order directing that no one

SC Constitution Bench Will Hear Pleas For Interim Orders on Aadhaar Linkage: CJI

CJI Dipak Misra on Monday said the constitution bench of the Supreme Court will decide the applications seeking complete stay on the linking of Aadhaar with any government welfare schemes and other facilities. CJI hinted that the Constitution Bench will be constituted next week. The bench accepted petitioner’s lawyer senior advocate Shyam Divan’s submission that

SC Gives Gujarat Government Time Till Early-January To Submit Report On Action Against Convicted Cops. Post-Godhra Riots Gangrape.

  The supreme Court bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has granted time till the first week of January to the Gujarat government to inform the court whether it had initiated any departmental action against six police officers and two doctors involved in a 2002 post-Godhra riots gangrape case in the state.  

Recognize ‘Right To Reject’ In Elections; If Maximum NOTA Votes, Fresh Elections Be Held: PIL In SC.

A Petition has been filed before the Supreme Court, demanding that the ‘Right to reject’ political parties be recognized and elections be declared invalid if maximum voters opt for the NOTA option. The Petition has been listed on 24 November, i.e. Friday in the Chief Justice’s Court comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar