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HC to hear DU teachers’ plea seeking salary on Thursday

Staffers of 12 colleges haven’t got their wages for 4 months: petition The High Court on Monday posted for September 24, the hearing on a plea by Delhi University teachers seeking direction to the colleges, affiliated to the varsity and funded by the Delhi government, to release their salaries pending for the last four months.Continue reading “HC to hear DU teachers’ plea seeking salary on Thursday”

Capital case: HC tells Chief Secretary to file additional counter

After hearing arguments, bench posts matter to October 5 A three-judge bench of the High Court posted the batch of writ petitions related to the AP Decentralisation and Inclusive Development of All Regions and CRDA Repeal Acts, to October 5 and directed the respondents, including Chief Secretary of the government, to file additional counters byContinue reading “Capital case: HC tells Chief Secretary to file additional counter”

SC cancels separate entrance exam of B’luru law school

The Supreme Court on Monday quashed the September 3 decision of National Law School of India University, Bengaluru (NLSIU) to hold a separate entrance exam, National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT) for admission to its the 5 year integrated LLB programme and the postgraduate LLM programme in place of Common Law Admissions Test (CLAT). A 3-judgeContinue reading “SC cancels separate entrance exam of B’luru law school”

Maratha quota: State files plea before larger SC Bench

The Maharashtra government on Monday filed a petition in the Supreme Court to vacate its stay on the implementation of the quota for the Maratha community in jobs and education. Last week, the apex court referred the case to a larger Bench to decide on its constitutional validity. “We have moved the Supreme Court. ThisContinue reading “Maratha quota: State files plea before larger SC Bench”

SC: Mindful of need to protect free speech

The nature of the injunction to be imposed on Sudarshan TV from airing its controversial show on the entry of Muslims in civil services would require careful consideration, the Supreme Court observed on Monday, underscoring that its orders on regulation of television content should not lead to a chilling effect on free speech. A three-judgeContinue reading “SC: Mindful of need to protect free speech”