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Schools and colleges reopen in Telangana with COVID-19 norms

The Court directed that no children in any class be compelled by school managements to physically attend offline classes if parents were not inclined to send them

Published on 2nd September 2021

Does state funding of religious institutions fall in line with the "secular" specification of the Preamble: HC seeks reply of Uttar Pradesh govt 

The court asked whether other religious minorities are also provided government aid for running theological schools and whether there is a prohibition against women from applying as students

Published on 1st September 2021

Telangana HC postpones reopening of schools on September 1 by one week. Here's why

In response to a writ plea, a two-judge bench of the high court stayed the reopening of schools by a week, and asked the government to issue detailed guidelines

Published on 31st August 2021

Welcome to Reason: Exploring the ethics of artificial conception

Recently, the Kerala High Court supported a woman's right to refuse from furnishing the name of the sperm donor when she has conceived via Assisted Reproductive Technology. How fair is that choice?

Published on 28th August 2021

Willing to translate, publish draft Environment Impact Assessment in 22 vernacular languages, Centre tells Delhi High Court

People in remote areas are "our citizens" who need to be heard and may not understand the draft if published only in English and Hindi, the court had said to the Environment Ministry

Published on 27th August 2021

GITAM national moot court competition inaugurated; will 'help budding solicitors enhance their research and analytical skills'

The finals will be held on August 29. Justice Akula Venkata Sesha Sai, Judge High Court of Andhra Pradesh, and Justice Tanaji V Nalawade, judge of High Court of Bombay will select the winners

Published on 27th August 2021

Here's why the number of NEET applicants from Tamil Nadu are reducing by year

According to the Tamil Nadu government’s data submitted to the Madras High Court in 2019, only 2.1 per cent of students who got admitted to all medical colleges that year didn’t have private coaching

Published on 27th August 2021
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States to protect minors who lost parents during COVID, ensure continuance of education: SC

The apex court said that identification of such children is the “starting point” to find out their needs and their welfare is of paramount consideration

Published on 27th August 2021

SC asks states to ensure private school education for COVID orphans at least for a year

The court said the schools can be asked to waive fees or the states can bear half the fee for these children

Published on 27th August 2021

#ThrowbackToday: When Right to Privacy was declared a fundamental right

In today's #TBT, we recall the day when the Supreme Court declared that, indeed, the Right to Privacy is a fundamental right under Indian Constitution. Read more about the landmark judgement here

Published on 24th August 2021

HC refuses to direct authorities to extend internship deadline for NEET-PG eligibility 

The High Court said that it could not take up the task of administering the examination and fixing the schedule

Published on 21st August 2021

What the FAQ: What is the Supreme Court Collegium and what is special about the next CJI?

The CJI recently chastised the media for speculations on the recommendations of the SC Collegium for positions at the apex court. Why was there such hue and cry about the process this time?

Published on 21st August 2021

School fees amid pandemic: SC asks MP education department to compile details of compliance of HC order

The Madhya Pradesh High Court had also said in last year's November 4 order that there shall not be increment in fee for academic session 2020-21

Published on 20th August 2021
Surat Medical College ragging news

This government medical college in Karnataka's Koppal district might finally get approval for PG courses after years of poor infrastructure

The government had to give an undertaking of ensuring requisite infrastructure and faculty to the Supreme Court a couple of years ago in order to get clearance from the Medical Council of India (MCI)

Published on 17th August 2021

Sacked DU professor seeks to register FIR against college principal for casteist remarks

The complainant, who worked as an assistant professor, moved the court alleging that the principal along with four professors, hatched a conspiracy to terminate her from service

Published on 12th August 2021

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