Petition claims recommendations as violative or articles 12, 14 and19 of the Constitution.
On its last working day of the year 2016, Supreme Court of India would hear two interesting fresh matters.
HC had earlier in August asked dismissed a similar petition asking UOI and RBI to consider petitioner’s suggestions.
PIL claims that the game infringes fundamental right to religion and privacy.
Ordinances allow state governments to conduct own tests for 2016-17 academic session.
Lack of OTT regulations make the legal position grey.
PIL challenges passing of Aadhaar bill as a money bill.
PIL was filed in 2014 by ex-BSP leader Kamlesh Verma.
In 2013, SC by a majority of 2:1 had declared NEET to be unconstitutional.
SC passed the order while hearing a petition by the petitioner-in-person – Gaurav Kumar Bansal.
SC modified its order in review petitions filed by various state governments.
Constitution bench passed the order in a 2004 Presidential reference.
SC passed the order in a matter concerning culling of stray dogs.
Supreme Court of India has issued a notice to UB Group chairman Vijay Mallya after a consortium of 17 banks … More