BANGALORE: Chief minister Siddaramaiah has said that the provision under the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Bill 2014, which provides for consultation with the governor after seeking the views of the CM, can be counter-productive. Times of India, 4 days ago
Not a single SC/ST judge in courts, rues CM - Deccan Herald, 4 days ago
CM firm on decision despite opposition - Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
Utah Public Service Commission Issues Telecommunications Notice Regarding in the Matter of the Formal Complaint of Kimberley and David Boger (Cali...
[August 29, 2014] (Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Utah Public Service Commission Issues Telecommunications Notice Regarding in the Matter of the Formal Complaint of Kimberley and David Boger (Cali Cochitta B&B) ...TMC Net, 4 days ago Public Service Commission releases streetcar decision BizTimes Milwaukee, 3 days ago Free coaching to help SC/STs crack Public Service Commission exam Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will today hear a batch of petitions challenging 121st constitutional validity of the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Bill, replacing the collegium system for appointment of judges in higher judiciary by a ...IndiaTV News, 1 week ago SC to hear validity of judicial panel today Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS New entity will bring long-term perspectives missing in operating ministries With the announcement of the demise of the Planning Commission by the Prime Minister, many obituaries of the Commission ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Just days after announcing "a new institution with a new spirit" soon in the place of the old centralised model of Planning Commission, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday will meet the experts to discuss ...ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago Modi calls for people's ideas on new panel Deccan Herald, 1 week ago What can replace Planning Commission? PM wants your feedback Sify, 2 weeks ago PM invites ideas from people to replace Planning Commission Myiris, 2 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) asked the State government to intimate the Commission about steps taken for speedy disbursement of stipend to all students belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled ...The Hindu, 5 days ago Not just governors: Modi govt asks NCW, NDMA members to resign too First Post.com, 2 months ago
PATNA: SC/ST students of Bihar seeking admission to different medical colleges of the state gheraoed the SC/ST commission office to protest against the decision of Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (BCECEB) to leave 43 seats ...Times of India, 1 week ago Benefits of RGNF Scheme Elude SC, ST Students EGov Online, 4 days ago Stay on 17 SC/ST MBBS seats Calcutta Telegraph, 5 days ago
Consultative meetings were held today relating to the proposed new design and structure for the Planning Commission. These were part of consultations after the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his Independence Day speech, from the ramparts of Red Fort, on the ...Sify, 6 days ago
st of India | New Delhi August 26, 2014 Last Updated at 12:35 IST Reliance Power today announced that the fifth 660 MW unit of its 3,960 MW Sasan ultra mega power project has commenced generation. With this, the total operational capacity of the ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
Supreme Court refuses to hear pleas against National Judicial Appointment Commission , says premature
SC termed the petitions as pre-mature and declined to admit them for hearing. Questioning the haste, the Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a batch of petitions against the NDA government's proposed law on judicial appointments. A ...Indian Express, 1 week ago Premature to hear pleas on judges bill SC Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Petitions challenging Judicial Appointment Bill to be heard in SC today Sify, 1 week ago SC refuses to entertain petitions challenging judges appointment bill Zee News, 1 week ago
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