Topic: SC

This article attempts to evaluate the Modi government's and the opposition's approach (especially Congress) in different situations while dealing with important Institutions.
Today, the Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi was accused of sexual harassment by a former employee.
The hearing was adjourned for six weeks to enable the parties to examine the translations of records prepared by the UP Government
In a massive development in the ever-burning Ram Janmabhoomi issue, the Modi government has filed a petition in the Supreme Court to acquire the land around Ram Janmabhoomi
The Supreme Court has sent a plea challenging the mandatory recitation of Sanskrit and Hindi hymns during the morning assembly in Kendriya Vidyalayas to its Constitution bench. Supreme Court refers to constitution bench, a plea challenging compulsory recitation of Sanskrit and Hindi hymns in the morning assembly of the Kendriya Vidyalayas. — ANI (@ANI) January 28, 2019 The proceedings in the Court witnessed a confrontation between Justice Nariman and Solicitor General Tushar Mehta who appeared on behalf of the Union Government. "It is a universal truth, recognised by all texts, all paths of religion. It cannot become religious only because it is...
A PIL has been filed against the Constitutional Amendment that granted 10% reservations to economically weaker sections from the General Class.
The Narendra Modi government, in a historic move, introduced the 124th constitutional amendment that paved the way for 10% reservation to economically backward people.
The current 10% reservation introduced by Modi govt, granted by the 124th Constitutional Amendment Bill would not breach the 50% reservation limit set by the Indra Sawhney judgement
Kejriwal claimed that he had talked with several people and all of them believed what Mevani claimed was actually what the BJP was thinking. "Very dangerous," he said.
The Wire has invited the ire of the Chief Justice of India with their 'irresponsible' reporting of the CBI issue
CJI stressed the need for providing judgments in vernacular languages but regretted the lack of resources.
It is reported that Bhushan has argued over 300 PILs in the Courts.
The court also imposed a fine of ₹5,00,000 and ₹3,00,000 on Andhra Pradesh and Chandigarh
Who cares if anarchy is served for the course and blood is your drink for the night.
It may be mentioned that out of this amount, about Rs 90 lakh went from Estate Department coffers.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh has repeatedly assured that people can reapply with objections within 30 days
Prime Minister Modi accused Congress of having no heart for Dalits.

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