Supreme Court

Fujitive businessman Vijay Mallya who escaped from the country with thousands of crores of banks has received a severe blow from the Supreme Court of India.

The big news of this time is coming from the Supreme Court. The UGC circular has been upheld while the Supreme Court hearing the application filed against conducting the final year examinations of the university in view of the Corona period.

Even after the Supreme Court has denied any postponement of the engineering and medical exams – JEE Main and NEET.  The debate is still on on holding the entrance exams during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to cancel the UGC guidelines to hold the final year examinations for college and university students.

The wait is over. Supreme Court will announce its final verdict on UGC guidelines today, August 28, putting an end to anxiety of lakhs of students.

The Supreme Court has recognized pension as the right to live honorably for all retired employees. The apex court has said that pension is an aid for the period after retirement and not grace at will.

 West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday proposed that her counterparts in various states together move Supreme Court against its order for holding JEE and NEET examinations and appeal for its postponement if the Centre is unwilling to do so.

Lawyer Prashant Bhushan has received a major setback from the Supreme Court once again. Court has reserved judgment in Prashant Bhushan case in contempt case for tweeting against judiciary.