SC denies permission to woman to terminate 27-week foetus

The Supreme Court today refused permission to a woman to abort her 27-week-old foetus showing signs of severe physical abnormalities. A bench of Justices S A Bobdey and L Nageshwara Rao referred to the report of the medical board, which has examined the woman, and said that as per the opinion of the doctors the […]

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Supreme Court cancels AIPMT 2015, orders CBSE to re-conduct exam

In a big development that affects over six lakh medical aspirants, the Supreme Court on Monday set aside the 2015 All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) over irregularities in the conduct of the exam. The apex court directed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which conducts the exam, to re-conduct the test within four […]

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Lawyers get parking space for 300 vehicles near SC

Parking woes of lawyers practising in the Supreme Court will soon be a thing of the past as the India Trade Promotion Organisation’s (ITPO) has provided them parking space across the road to accommodate almost 300 vehicles. A bench headed by Justice V Gopala Gowda took note of the submission that the ITPO has provided […]

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Govt to Bring Amendment in Arbitration Act in Next Session

Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda today said the Centre is planning to amend Arbitration and Conciliation Act in next parliament session to make the country an International hub for Arbitration. He said that in order to achieve the objective to make the country hub for arbitration certain basic system has to put in place […]

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SC panel comes out with guidelines on govt advertisements

A Supreme Court-appointed high-powered committee has recommended that names and pictures of political parties and their office bearers like presidents be not mentioned in government advertisements. Holding that there had been “misuse and abuse” of public money on such advertisements, the three-member committee headed by eminent academician Professor N R Madhava Menon has framed guidelines […]

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