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Hear petitions on NEET MDS 2024 postponement; SC directs Centre 

The government’s counsel also told the apex court that the government sought information on the number of NEET MDS candidates who would be affected by the deadlines 

Published on 21st February 2024
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MSc Medical Association to challenge “discriminatory regulations” of NMC in Supreme Court 

MSc/PhD scholars in medical fields have been alleging discrimination from the NMC in recruitment and treatment for over two years 

Published on 19th February 2024
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SC issues notice on plea seeking NEET-MDS internship cut-off, next hearing on February 21

To recall, a group of NEET MDS aspirants recently approached the Supreme Court demanding the postponement of the medical examination to July 2024

Published on 16th February 2024
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Former student activist Umar Khalid withdraws his bail plea from SC in UAPA case

Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal, for Khalid, submitted that the petition is being withdrawn in view of "change in circumstances" and to seek bail afresh before the trial court

Published on 14th February 2024
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NEET MDS postponement petition tentatively listed for February 16 by SC

A set of aspirants who are not eligible have filed a petition in the apex court urging for the exam to be held in July along with the NEET PG so that necessary preparation time is given

Published on 13th February 2024
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NEET MDS candidates approach Supreme Court for postponement

Two candidates filed a petition in the apex court on February 8, 2024. Speaking to EdexLive, a candidate said they are waiting for the listing of the case

Published on 12th February 2024
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Supreme Court reserves order on states power to create sub-classify SC and ST

These legal proceedings stem from a desire to reconsider a 2004 judgement by a five-judge Constitution bench in the EV Chinnaiah vs State of Andhra Pradesh case

Published on 8th February 2024
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SC adjourns hearing on Umar Khalid's bail plea for the 12th time 

Earlier, the SC bench expressed reservations about adjourning the case as it gives the impression that it is ignoring the matter

Published on 31st January 2024
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Political issues must remain in the political arena, not reach courtrooms: Former SC Judge

Highlighting the constitution as a guiding force during conflicts with the executive, Judge Kaul emphasised the importance of the judiciary’s role in maintaining checks and balances

Published on 25th January 2024
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SC to examine if nuns, priests working as teachers are entitled to income tax exemption

The appeals have been filed in the top court after the high courts did not agree to the challenge raised by nearly 100 dioceses and congregations from Tamil Nadu and Kerala

Published on 19th January 2024
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"Communal wars are fought on women's bodies,” says former Prof Roop Rekha Verma, one of the petitioners of Bilkis Bano case

In a conversation with EdexLive, the former academician talked at length about what pushed her to file the petition in the Supreme Court, her life as a social activist, and more

Published on 10th January 2024
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SC dismissed Tamil Nadu DMK party's plea to dismiss NEET examinations

The DMK in October had launched a mass campaign to gather more than 50 lakh signatures to abolish the NEET exam.

Published on 2nd January 2024
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Transgender woman not allowed to teach at schools; moves SC

The teacher was terminated due to her identity as a trans person and was rusticated from two schools in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh

Published on 2nd January 2024
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Review plea filed in SC seeking ban on screening children for nursery admission

"Can there be a mandamus to enact a law? Can we direct the government to introduce the bill? Supreme Court can't be the panacea for everything," the top court had said

Published on 26th December 2023
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"How should we love a country that does not love us back?": Students dismayed with same-sex marriage verdict

Citing NALSA's judgement which was out 9 years ago, a student said, "Nothing has changed. Nothing will change if we keep relying on the court's reliance on the parliament" 

Published on 17th October 2023

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