On Friday, the Supreme Court stayed the Gujarat High Court order, which declared the election of state Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama to Gujarat Assembly as void. Chudasama had approached the apex court seeking directions to quash Gujarat High Court’s order nullifying his election to the state Assembly from Dholka Assembly constituency in 2017. The Election
The Madras High Court called for a report from the State Gvernment explaining the methodology adopted by it for issuing e-passes for the travel of those who are stranded outside their hometowns due to the lockdown to fight COVID-19. Justice Vineet Kothari and Justice ushpa Sathyanarayana wanted to know whether the passes were issued on
The National Green Tribunal has taken the suo-moto congizance of the Vigaz Gas Leak incident that resulted in deaths and hospitalization of people residing nearby the plant. The Tribunal during hearing of the case today, has constituted a a five-member Committee to inspect the site in Andhra Pradesh and submit a report within ten days.
The Central Information Commission has directed the Union Government to maintain meticulous record of all public expenditure and disclose details of welfare measures undertaken during the Covid-19 outbreak. “Government departments have to proactively disclose all steps undertaken during the pandemic. After this is over, people would exercise their right to information to know where the
Supreme Court On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of India has designated as many as 228 Advocates as Advocates-on-record after they moved in an application for their registration since they have appeared in the Advocate-on-Record examination held in June, 2019. The applicants stood eligible for registration as an Advocate-on-Record as they had passed the prescribed written
Mumbai’s social set is abuzz with the news of an industrialist suing a guest at his housewarming party for bad behaviour, possibly a first in the city’s party circles. Sanjay Jindal, who hails from the promoter family of Jindal Drugs and is a well-regarded polo enthusiast at the Royal Western India Turf Club, has sent
The Punjab and Haryana High Court has refused to pass any direction or order on a petition filed in public interest for instructing the Punjab Government and other official respondents to test students and other persons residing on the campus of Lovely Professional University for Covid-19. Taking up the case through videoconferencing, the Bench of
Everyone, irrespective of whether they hold a valid ration card or not, can buy the ₹500 grocery kits that will be distributed through PDS shops across the state, the Government told the Madras High Court on Thursday. “The kit s are not distributed free of cost. But, there is no restriction that only ration card