UP Board of Madarsa Education Act
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In Anshuman Singh Rathore v. Union of India, 2024 SCC OnLine All 857, U.P. Board of Madarsa Education Act, 2004 was held as unconstitutional for being violative of the principle of secularism, Articles 14, 21 and 21-A of the Constitution and violative of Section 22 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.

Bloomberg to remove article on Zee Entertainment
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“The grant of a pre-trial injunction against the publication of an article may have severe ramifications on the right to freedom of speech of the author and the public’s right to know.”.

S. 377 IPC
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A curative petition is a petition which requests the court to review its own decision even after a review petition is dismissed. It is considered as the last and final option available for redressal of grievances.

Adani-Hindenburg Case Verdict
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Supreme Court expressed that “The power to transfer investigation must be exercised in exceptional circumstances. Such powers cannot be exercised in the absence of cogent justifications.”

adoption under JJ Act
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“Generally, prospective adoptive parents have to wait for 3-4 years for getting ‘a healthy and young child’ due to the huge mismatch in the number of registered PAPs and children available for adoption.”

Disciplinary Proceedings
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“Sexual harassment in any form at the workplace must be viewed seriously and the harasser should not be allowed to escape from the clutches of law.”

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Supreme Court said that the delivery will be conducted by AIIMS at the appropriate time and the Union Government will bear all the medical costs for the delivery.

justice manoj misra
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Justice Manoj Misra is the sitting judge of the Supreme Court of India. He was elevated to the Supreme Court in February 2023 and has formerly served as a Judge in the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad.

prescribe qualification
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Supreme Court said that the denial of promotion was on the ground that candidates do not possess the prescribed requisite qualification namely “Diploma in Civil Engineering”, and not because they possess a two-year diploma not three-year diploma.

Appointments & TransfersKnow thy JudgeNews

With the Govt. of India notifying the appointment of the Judges, read more about the new appointees and what it means for Supreme Court’s Judges’ strength.