Court stays Haryana notification for SC staff

 In a setback to the Haryana government, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday stayed a notification for reserving 20 percent seats in departmental promotions for class III and IV Scheduled Caste (SC) employees.

Rape of MBA student in Haryana varsity: CBI to respond to SC

The CBI on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that the alleged rape of an MBA student of a private university in Haryana was a serious matter and it needed time to examine the petition before replying to the notice issued to it for taking over the probe from the state police.

Plying vehicles in Rohtang Pass: SC refuses to stay NGT order

The Supreme Court Tuesday refused to stay the operation of NGT directions limiting the entry of all diesel and petrol tourist vehicles in Rohtang Pass in Himachal Pradesh till August 14 to 1,000 per day.

Compensation win for Japanese teachers forced to sing anthem

A Japanese court has awarded millions of dollars in compensation to a group of teachers who were punished for refusing to sing the country`s anthem, the group said Tuesday as it condemned nationalism in education.

SC notice on Haryana rape victim's plea for CBI probe

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Haryana government on a petition by an undergraduate student as to why investigation into a case of "rape, criminal intimidation, unnatural sex and other offences" perpetrated on her by three law students may not be transferred from the state police to the CBI.

SC seeks response from Haryana on university rape victim's plea

The Supreme Court on Monday sought response of Haryana government on a plea seeking handing over to CBI the investigation into the alleged rape of an MBA student of a private university in Hissar.

SC breather for over 1,700 encroaching structures in Jaipur

 In a breather to over 1,700 structures that are allegedly encroaching upon the area within five metres of Parkota heritage wall in Jaipur, the Supreme Court on Friday said those structure would not be pulled down till July 10.

Pak SC says prosecution responsible for delay in closing terror cases

Pakistan`s Supreme Court has reportedly said that prosecution was responsible for delay in prosecuting terror cases, not the judges.

SC to hear Manali taxi operators plea against NGT order today

The Supreme Court will hear on Friday an appeal by the tourist taxi operators operating between Manali and Rohtang challenging the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order restricting operation of to just 1,000 taxis per day coupled with an environmental compensation charge.

SC orders Ranthambhore tiger T-24 to remain in Sajjangarh for now
SC orders Ranthambhore tiger T-24 to remain in Sajjangarh for now

 The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered that tiger T-24 "Ustad" who was being translocated from Ranthambhore tiger reserve to a zoo after it was alleged that he had mauled a forest guard will not be moved out out of the Sajjangarh Biological Park.

Petition filed in SC to restrain Jayalalithaa from becoming CM

A petition was filed on Thursday in the Supreme Court seeking to restrain J Jayalalithaa from taking oath as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister again following her acquittal in an alleged disproportionate assets case by the Karnataka High Court.

SC asks Haryana Police to quickly finish AIPMT paper leak probe

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked Haryana Police to quickly complete the probe into the leakage of question papers of the All India Pre-medical Entrance Test (AIPMT), while indicating that re-conducting the exam was the last option.

SC to hear Manali taxi operators plea against NGT order

The Supreme Court will hear on Friday an appeal by the tourist taxi operators operating between Manali and Rohtang challenging the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order restricting operation of to just 1,000 taxis per day coupled with an environmental compensation charge.

SC stays penalty of Rs 139.85 cr on two Bengaluru-based firms

 In a relief to two Bengaluru-based firms, the Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed a penalty of Rs 139.85 crore imposed on them by National Green Tribunal for "illegal and unauthorised" construction in the vicinity of the Agara lake in the city.

Tamil Nadu seeks recall of SC ban on CM's photos in ads

 The Tamil Nadu government has moved the Supreme Court seeking the review of its verdict prohibiting the use of photographs of chief ministers in advertisements issued by state governments.

Centre seeks suggestions on damage to public property act

The central government on Wednesday invited suggestions for amendments to the Prevention of Damage to Public Property (PDPP) Act, 1984, an official statement said.

Tamil Nadu govt seeks review of SC order prohibiting leaders' photos on ads

The Tamil Nadu government has approached the Supreme Court to seek a review of the latter's ruling prohibiting ruling parties from publishing photographs of political leaders or ministers, except that of the President, Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India, in government advertisements.

PIL in SC for bringing political parties under RTI

Democratic rights and RTI activists have urged the Supreme Court to declare all national and regional political parties as "public authorities" and bring them within the ambit of Right to Information (RTI) Act.

Supreme Court to hear plea for AIPMT re-examination

The Supreme Court will hear, on May 21, a petition seeking re-conduct of the All India Pre-medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) as the key to the answers was leaked in several states and was made available to some candidates using sophisticated technology.

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