Supreme Court declines students' plea, says first phase of NEET will be held tomorrow

Supreme Court declines students' plea, says first phase of NEET will be held tomorrow

Refusing to entertain the students' plea seeking modification of its NEET order passed earlier this week, the court said: “Let the exams go on.”

Ban on diesel cars: Supreme Court to hear industry petition today

Ban on diesel cars: Supreme Court to hear industry petition today

The Supreme Court will today hear the plea of automobile industry over the ban on diesel cars with engine capacity of 2000 CC and above in National Capital Region.

UN ready to help on Iran assets dispute if US agrees

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is ready to help settle a dispute between Iran and the United States on Tehran`s frozen assets, but only if both countries make that request, a UN spokesman said Friday.

Vijay Mallya's Arrogance from London

Vijay Mallya has said that banks will not get anything from his arrest.

Vijay Mallya's warning to banks

Vijay Mallya has said that banks will not get anything from his arrest.

NEET first phase will be held on May 1; Supreme Court declines Centre's plea, says let the exams go on

NEET first phase will be held on May 1; Supreme Court declines Centre's plea, says let the exams go on

Refusing to hear the Centre's plea, the court said it will not pass any further order on NEET.

Vijay Mallya says in forced exile, no plans to return to India

Vijay Mallya says in forced exile, no plans to return to India

Mallya, 60, said he remains an Indian patriot, who is "proud to fly the Indian flag", but as the outcry around him continues, he is more than happy to stay safe in the UK and has no plans to leave that country.

Centre wants NEET to be conducted in single phase on July 24, approaches Supreme Court

Centre wants NEET to be conducted in single phase on July 24, approaches Supreme Court

The first phase of NEET will be conducted on May 1 instead of the scheduled AIPMT; second phase will be held on July 24.

Pyongyang sentences Korean-American for spying

The Supreme Court of North Korea on Friday sentenced South Korean man with American citizenship to 10 years of hard labour for espionage after he reportedly confessed to spying.

NCA would be self-defeating exercise, Centre tells SC

The government on Thursday opposed the plea for the setting of National Court of Appeal (NCA) with regional benches in Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai, saying that it would be a self-defeating exercise as it would eventually result into adding another stage in the higher judiciary.

Supreme Court approves single common entrance test for medical courses; NEET to be conducted in two phases

Supreme Court approves single common entrance test for medical courses; NEET to be conducted in two phases

The first phase of NEET will be conducted on May 1 instead of the scheduled AIPMT; second phase will be held on July 24.

Will NEET be conducted this year for medical courses? Supreme Court to pronounce order at 3.30 pm

Will NEET be conducted this year for medical courses? Supreme Court to pronounce order at 3.30 pm

The Supreme Court will at 3.30 pm on Thursday pronounce its order on whether the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted this year for admissions to medical courses, both in government and private colleges, across the country.

Supreme Court reserves order on conduct of NEET or AIPMT for medical colleges' admission

Supreme Court reserves order on conduct of NEET or AIPMT for medical colleges' admission

The SC had earlier this month paved the way for holding the NEET, a single common entrance test for medical courses including MBBS and BDS.

Uttarakhand political crisis: BJP offered Rs 50 crore, party tickets and RS seats to Congress MLAs?

Uttarakhand political crisis: BJP offered Rs 50 crore, party tickets and RS seats to Congress MLAs?

In a sensational claim in connection with Uttarakhand political crisis, two Uttarakhand Congress MLAs have said that BJP offered them Rs 50 crore to 'shift their allegiance' to the saffron party.

NEET / National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test: Fresh schedule may be placed before Supreme Court today

The apex court had earlier this month scrapped its 2013 order to stop the the single common entrance test.

AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam: SC to hear plea next week on FIR against 'bribe-takers'

AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam: SC to hear plea next week on FIR against 'bribe-takers'

Sonia Gandhi, whose name figures in the judgement, said she was "not afraid" and dubbed the allegations as false.

President's Rule to continue in Uttarakhand, next hearing in SC on May 3

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67 properties of Sahara up for sale, process to start next week: SEBI to SC

67 properties of Sahara up for sale, process to start next week: SEBI to SC

In the month of March, the Supreme Court had asked SEBI to initiate the process of selling 87 "unencumbered" properties of Sahara group, whose title deeds are with the market regulator, to generate the bail money for release of its chief Subrata Roy who has been in jail for two years now.

President's Rule to continue in Uttarakhand as SC stays floor test in state Assembly

President's Rule to continue in Uttarakhand as SC stays floor test in state Assembly

In a major relief to the Centre, the Supreme Court on Wednesday put a hold on the Uttarakhand Assembly floor test, which was scheduled to take place on April 29. 

Is disqualification of MLAs a relevant ground for President's rule in Uttarakhand? SC asks Centre

Is disqualification of MLAs a relevant ground for President's rule in Uttarakhand? SC asks Centre

The Supreme Court on Wednesday framed seven questions for Centre regarding the imposition of the President's rule in Uttarakhand.