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Why Karnataka High Court struck down law providing 100% reservation for women in military nursing jobs? [Read Order]
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Why Karnataka High Court struck down law providing 100% reservation for women in military nursing jobs? [Read Order]

The Karnataka High Court recently struck down a law that granted 100% reservation for women in Military Nursing Serves.

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Supreme Court expresses concern over NLU’s relying solely on contractual teaching staff [Read Order] Judiciary
Supreme Court expresses concern over NLU’s relying solely on contractual teaching staff [Read Order]

The Supreme Court expresses concern over National Law University, Jodhpur, relying solely on contractual teaching staff, deeming it “unacceptable and undesirable." The court seeks a remedy from the institution itself. Get insights on this legal education issue.

Women can’t be denied job for not being married: Rajasthan High Court [Read Judgment] Judiciary
Women can’t be denied job for not being married: Rajasthan High Court [Read Judgment]

Rajasthan High Court rules that denying a woman a job due to her marital status violates fundamental rights. Learn how the court quashed this discrimination.

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