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Supreme Court tells West Bengal government to implement One Nation One Ration Card scheme without giving any excuse

Supreme Court said West Bengal govt can't cite one or other problem for not implementing One Nation One Ration Card scheme

Supreme Court questions West Bengal and Delhi for not providing data on children orphaned since March 2020

Counsel for the Delhi government, Chirag M Shroff, submitted before the Supreme Court that the data could not be uploaded on the NCPCR website owing to problems in 'data collection.'

Munger firing case: Supreme Court dismisses Bihar govt petition, upholds compensation for deceased Anurag Poddar

The Bihar government had moved the apex court to challenge the Patna High Court order, which had asked it to pay compensation to the victim.

Supreme Court objects to Allahabad HC’s ‘Ram Bharose’ order against Yogi govt, says don’t issue orders that cannot be implemented

Supreme Court stayed the recent order passed by the Allahabad High Court in relation to the Covid-19 management in Uttar Pradesh

Rebel YRSCP MP, arrested and tortured, granted bail by Supreme Court: The allegations levelled by him against CM and what court said

The Court, while granting him bail, barred the rebel YSRCP MP from giving press statements and interviews to the media.

PIL filed in SC seeking NIA investigation into the Congress “toolkit”, seeks suspension of party’s registration if the probe finds them guilty

Lawyer Shashank Shekhar Jha files PIL in the Supreme Court seeking a probe by NIA on the alleged toolkit prepared by Congress

SC puts Prashant Kishor’s appointment as advisor to Punjab CM under the scanner, seeks response from Congress-ruled state govt

Prashant Kishor had recently declared that he is quitting his career as political strategist and would look at an alternate career

Supreme Court forms National Task Force to streamline oxygen allocation, orders audit of oxygen supplied to states to ensure accountability

The Task Force formed by the Supreme Court to streamline oxygen allocation would be headed by the Cabinet Secretary to the Centre

Indic Collective writes twice to Supreme Court to list petition on Bengal violence for urgent hearing, court pays no heed

On May 3, the Indic Collective Trust (ICT) had moved the Supreme Court over the post-poll violence that has erupted in West Bengal.

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