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Army Cannot Throw Up Hands On Grounds Of Road Width; If Landslides Occur Despite Precaution & Mitigation, We Have To Tackle It – AG to SC on Chardham Case

Written By – Arshita Anand In the plea challenging the Char-Dham Highway expansion project on Thursday, AG K. K. Venugopal raised his contentions. The plea was heard by the bench of Justices D. Y. Chandrachud, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath, “Will the army throw up its hands and say that a landslide will take place and therefore, we will give […]

‘Are Caste-Based Reservations In Education For Eternity?’: Plea In Supreme Court

Written By – Arshita Anand An advocate has moved a plea to the Supreme Court on seeking directions to fix time limits for expiry of caste-based reservations in education. The petitioner, Dr Subhash Vijayran, has made the Union of India, through the Ministry of Education, Department of Higher Education as respondent in the plea. The petitioner has argued that giving […]

Social Activist Medha Patekar moved Supreme Court seeking direction to formulate uniform policies to release prisoners above 70 years of age.

The states and Union territory have no uniform policy to decongest prisoners after CJI N.V Ramana led bench had directed high-powered committees to release prisoners on parole considering the guidelines last year. The directions were given after assessing the second wave of covid 19 in India and the overcrowding of jails. The plea relied on the report of World Health […]