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PIL filed by Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay in SC for 3-yr Bachelor of Law degree after Class XII
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PIL filed by Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay in SC for 3-yr Bachelor of Law degree after Class XII

PIL by Ashwini Kumar in SC seeks to shorten law degree to 3 years post-Class XII, citing current 5-year span as irrational.

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SC rejects Kerala's plea on interim relief on borrowing limits Judiciary
SC rejects Kerala's plea on interim relief on borrowing limits

Supreme Court rejects Kerala's plea for interim relief on borrowing limits, referring the matter to a Constitution bench for interpretation of borrowing powers.

Restricting Political Activities as Bail Condition Violates Fundamental Rights: SC [Read Order] Judiciary
Restricting Political Activities as Bail Condition Violates Fundamental Rights: SC [Read Order]

Supreme Court deems restraining political activities as bail condition unconstitutional, overturns Orissa HC's ruling in BJP leader's case.

Kerala govt files plea in SC against Governor's acts of reserving bills for Prez Judiciary
Kerala govt files plea in SC against Governor's acts of reserving bills for Prez

Kerala government challenges Governor's withholding of assent on bills in Supreme Court, citing violation of constitutional provisions and federal structure.

120 pleas challenging Waqf Act filed across the country, Centre to Delhi HC Judiciary
120 pleas challenging Waqf Act filed across the country, Centre to Delhi HC

The Centre tells the Delhi High Court that nearly 120 petitions have been filed across the country, challenging the validity of the Waqf Act, 1995, challenging provisions of the law.

'Bribery not protected as Parliamentary privileges,' SC overrules 1998 majority view in P V Narasimha Rao case [Read Judgment]

Supreme Court rules bribery not protected under Parliamentary privileges, overturning 1998 judgment, ensuring accountability and integrity.

'Can't be automatic vacation of stay after 6 months,' SC overrules 2018 judgment

Supreme Court reverses 2018 ruling on automatic stay order expiry after 6 months, emphasizing judicial discretion over fixed timelines.

Plea in SC seeks Centre's direction to considers farmers’ demand, allow gathering in capital

Plea in SC for farmers' right to peaceful protest in Delhi, citing free movement and speech, against government's violent measures and barricades.

Eminent jurist Fali Nariman passes away

Fali S Nariman, eminent jurist and constitutional expert, passes at 95, leaving a legacy of significant contributions to Indian law and justice.

Chandigarh Mayor Polls: SC declares AAP candidate as winner, orders action against Presiding Officer

SC overturns Chandigarh mayor poll results, declares AAP's Kuldeep Kumar winner due to vote defacement, initiating action against the presiding officer.

CAA or Sixth Schedule of the Constitution in Meghalaya?

Concerns of Meghalaya over the Citizenship Amendment Act have been addressed. Here's what Meghalaya's Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said about the implementation of CAA in the state.

Madras High Court grants bail to 3 accused under SC ST Act on anti-untouchability pledge [Read Judgment]

The Madras High Court granted bail to 3 accused under SC ST Act on assurance of anti-untouchability pledge.

Post of Deputy CM doesn't breach Constitution: SC

SC rules Deputy CM appointments in states constitutional, dismissing a plea questioning their validity and basis, affirming their alignment with the law.

‘Reputation is earned, needs protection', Law Commission for retaining criminal defamation as part of criminal laws

Law Commission of India backs criminal defamation to protect reputation as a right, balancing free speech with Supreme Court's stance and global context.

Supreme Court Dismisses Supertech Founder's Review Plea on Arrest Grounds Under PMLA [Read Order]

Supreme Court rejects Supertech founder's plea against PMLA arrest judgment, affirming legal procedures and constitutional validity.

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