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Private BEd colleges register drastic decline in enrolment

Reason: Strict implementation of Justice Verma panel report Vikas Sharma Tribune News Service Jammu, September 6 Unlike few years back, when around 15,000-20,000 applications were received, only 2,908 candidates applied for the two-year ... Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago

Justice Fali Nariman Delivers the 2nd Justice Verma Memorial Lecture Hosted by Jindal University

/PRNewswire/ -- States Have Exclusive Power to Make Laws Within Their Legislative Competence but at all-times Central List Must Prevail Over the State List: Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman Judges, legal practitioners, academicians and students ...
 PR Newswire India4 hours ago

Religion should not enter polls arena, says Supreme Court

Chief Justice T.S. Thakur (Photo: PTI) The Supreme Court on Thursday made it clear that seeking votes in the name of religion should not be allowed in the secular arena of elections. A seven-judge Bench headed by Chief Justice T.S. Thakur is hearing the ...
 Asian Age3 days ago Supreme Court Says Religion Should Be Separated From Political Process  The Logical Indian3 days ago Supreme Court Asks Should Religion Sentiments Be Used To Gain Vote  The Logical Indian3 days ago Soliciting Votes In Name Of Religion Should Not Be Allowed: Supreme Court  NDTV4 days ago

Chief Justice of India TS Thakur falls ill, may return today

NEW DELHI: Chief Justice of India TS Thakur was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday night after he suddenly collapsed, hours after he delivered the JS Verma memorial lecture in the capital. He has since recovered after a day's rest advised by ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Clarity on judges appointment soon  The Hindu1 month ago Judicial appointments: Issues regarding memorandum of procedure to be resolved in 2 weeks, says CJI  Livemint.com1 month ago

Disquiet On Tilak Marg

The Chief Justice of India (CJI) told the PM on his birthday (September 17) in Gandhinagar that Guj­arat is a very, very peaceful place. His lordship, ind­eed, finds judicial governance in Delhi very turbulent and finds solace in Gandhi's ...
 Outlook India3 weeks ago

NJAC supporting judge, Justice Chelameswar skips Supreme Court collegium meet citing lack of transparency

New Delhi, Sept 2: Sitting judge of the Supreme Court, Justice J Chelameswar showed absolute signs of dissent by conveying his decision to skip an essential collegium meet. The senior judiciary member cited opaqueness in the process of judicial ...
 India.com1 month ago TNIE Exclusive: Justice Chelameswar skips SC Collegium meet for want of transparency in judges' appointments  New Indian Express1 month ago

SC needs to review collegium system

India's collegium system is nowhere in vogue in any democratic country governed by rule of law. I n the wake of Justice J. Chelameshwar's recent letter to the Chief Justice of India objecting to the manner and method of functioning of the ...
 Sunday Guardian Live4 weeks ago

Parliament did nothing to curb misuse...

The Supreme Court on Thursday said Parliament has done nothing in the last two decades to stop misuse of religion for electoral gains. The apex court's seven-judge Constitution Bench asked why it (court) should not step in to make seeking of ...
 The Echo Of India2 days ago Parliament did nothing to curb religion's misuse in polls: SC  ProKerala.com4 days ago
The Hindu

Hindutva as way of life challenged

V Sreenivasa Murthy Teesta Setalvad Noting that India has reached the crossroads where narrow and supremacist interpretations of history, culture, social studies and law threaten the fundamentals of nationhood, three citizens on Thursday urged ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

SC hearing on seeking of votes in name of religion case to continue

New Delhi, Oct 20 (UNI) Hearing before a seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court on whether seeking of votes in the name of religion will amount to a corrupt practice under the Representation of the People Act warranting disqualification would ...
 United News of India4 days ago SC scan on religion plank  Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago Supreme Court takes up plea on Hindutva ruling  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago Can Votes Be Sought On Religious Grounds? Supreme Court Takes A Re-Look  NDTV5 days ago
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