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SC overrules Bombay HC’s order, Candidates on late submission of degree certificate do not qualify for UPSC Mains
The Bombay High Court in its order had set aside the cancellation of candidature of the petitioners who had failed to submit their degree certificates while applying for UPSC Mains. The petitioners had qualified for the UPSC preliminary exam and were qualified for UPSC Mains. The petitioners had then taken the UPSC Mains Examination but their results were withheld as they did not submit their degree certificates while applying for Mains. They were intimidated and told that their candidature stands canceled.
We have good laws to protect ancient monuments but the implementation of such laws is inadequate: Bombay High Court
The Court further said that if the authorities devised effective mechanisms by conforming to the laws, the situation and fate of buildings like “Esplanade Mansion” would not have been this as it is today. It even said that much older buildings of the world have been preserved and have maintained the glory of cities with timely maintenance. It added that it is impossible to build such buildings in contemporary times and a positive approach in this regard would go long way in the maintenance and preservation of these buildings.
A special leave petition was dismissed by the Supreme Court in the case of Antina Ramdas Magar vs Bhagalaxmi Prakash Mahanta and Ors. The Supreme Court upheld the decision of the Bombay High Court rejecting the plea of Municipal Councilor from Maharashtra who attempted to escape disqualification for violating the two-child rule by trying to disown the third child.