Supreme Court seeks reply from Karnataka Government on plea against RTE rule

According to Parents amendment is contrary to objective of Act On Monday, the Supreme Court sought a reply from the Karnataka Govt. on an appeal filed by a group of parents challenging an amendment in the State’s Right to Education (RTE) Rules which does not make it mandatory for private unaided schools to admit economically backward class […]

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SC rejects Karnataka govt’s review plea in Jaya’s DA case

The Supreme Court today dismissed the Karnataka government’s plea seeking review of its verdict by which it had abated the proceedings in a disproportionate assets case against late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa. “Applications for personal hearing of review petitions before the court are rejected. “We have considered the review petitions filed by the […]

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K’taka govt files review plea in SC in Jayalalithaa DA case

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The Karnataka government today moved the Supreme Court seeking a review of its verdict by which it had abated the proceedings in the disproportionate assets case against Tamil Nadu Chief Minister late J Jayalalithaa. The state government has said that once the proceedings were abated, it will not be possible to recover the fine of […]

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AG seeks time in ACB case, matter posted to April 20

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The State Advocate General Madhu R Naik today sought time for seeking certain instructions from Karnataka government in a case pertaining to operation of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB). Granting time to facilitate the Advocate General toseek instructions from the government, a division bench comprising Chief Justice Subhro Kamal Mukherejee and Justice Ravi Malimath posted the matter for […]

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K’taka govt moves SC against Jaya’s acquittal in DA case

The Karnataka government today moved the Supreme Court challenging the state high court verdict acquitting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. The state government in its appeal, filed through advocate Joseph Aristotle, has sought setting aside of the Karnataka HC order and also pleaded that the disqualification of the AIADMK […]

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Has any State shown sympathy to animals : Chief Justice

Shown photographs of plastic garbage surgically removed from urban cows, a visibly angry Chief Justice of India on Tuesday slammed the lack of implementation of environmental laws in the country, saying he would ask the officials to put them up in their drawing rooms as a reminder of their duties. The observations came on a […]

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