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Supreme Court raps Centre for delay in framing guidelines for COVID death certificates; says "third wave will be over"
On June 30, the top court had directed appropriate authority to issue simplified guidelines for issuance of death certificates/official documents stating the exact cause of death
Justice Anand, who once said he is "educating" himself about the LGBTQ community, calls out medical courses for "reinforcing discrimination"
The judge had asked the State government to bring in necessary reforms for the development and recognition of the community
Relying on investigative journalism, the book examines the potential role of "princely states, hypermasculinity and a militant right-wing in the context of a nation that had just won her independence"
Two girls and their ideas on rainwater harvesting might be just cities need in order to salvage their water scarcity crises
There have been many discussions and debates about the adverse effects of online classes and how the lack of peer interaction affects not just the education but the well-being of the kids
This young man is widening the reach of legal studies to the disenfranchised. Here's how he is doing it
Arjun PK is making waves in the legal arena for widening the inclusivity net for people wanting to get into the profession
In today's #TBT, we tell you about how the wreck of RMS Titanic was finally discovered and how Apple launched a musical community on iTunes only to close it down in just two years
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
On July 1, Vipin had submitted his resignation, after sending a strongly worded email addressed to the administration and all the faculty members. He had later revoked it
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
The Directorate of Medical Education in Tamil Nadu just ordered a fine of Rs 50 lakh on students who skipped compulsory rural service. Here’s why
Commission Chairman Justice (Retd.) R Kanta Rao said the maximum annual tuition fee for schools in gram panchayats has been fixed at Rs 10,000 for primary classes and Rs 12,000 for higher classes
While the new session for Plus II final year students started towards the end of July, admission process for Plus II first year has not been completed yet
In today's #TBT, we recall all the lovely memories that Mary Poppings gave us when it was released 57 years ago today — the songs, the plot, the laughter and of course, the legendary Julie Andrews
As of today, as per the health ministry, the total cases in the country jumped to 3,25,58,530 including 3,33,725 active cases
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