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After MP Cong, Tamil Nadu's DMK now seeks review of the SC verdict on EWS reservation

"It is respectfully stated that this is an error apparent on the face of the record," a part of the DMK's review petition reads

Published on 5th December 2022
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Saibaba's reinstatement will be considered by college governing body if there is representation: DU Principal 

The court had held Saibaba and the others guilty under various provisions of the stringent UAPA and the IPC

Published on 15th October 2022
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Additional police deployed in 'sensitive' areas in K'taka after hijab verdict

The state government has said that the ban on hijab in educational institutions will continue as the final decision on the matter is awaited from the Chief Justice of India

Published on 14th October 2022
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#WhatTheFAQ: After split verdict in hijab row, will CJI refer the matter to a larger bench? What does this mean?

A constitutional bench is formed in rare cases and Article 143 of the Indian Constitution briefs about the scenarios in which this bench can be formed

Published on 14th October 2022
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Hijab row: Supreme Court's final verdict will be important, says Karnataka CM

A bench of justices Hemant Gupta and Sudhanshu Dhulia pronounced a split judgement on the Hijab issue

Published on 14th October 2022
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Denial of hijab is an attack on dignity, privacy and right to education of girl students: Justice Dhulia

In the split verdict on the matter, Justice Dhulia said that whether the hijab is an Essential Religious Practice is not relevant to the decision of allowing girl students to wear it in a classroom

Published on 13th October 2022
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#WhatTheFAQ: Supreme Court delivers split verdict in Karnataka hijab case. What does this mean?

The incident started in December 2021 at a Government PU College in Udupi when a group of six female students claimed that they were not allowed to enter the classrooms wearing hijab

Published on 13th October 2022
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Hijab case: Ban on hijab to continue in Karnataka educational institutions, says Education Minister BC Nagesh 

A bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Sudhanshu Dhulia delivered a split verdict on a batch of appeals against the Karnataka HC judgment

Published on 13th October 2022
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Breaking: Split verdict by Supreme Court in Karnataka hijab ban case; matter to be placed before CJI

The Supreme Court on September 22 concluded the hearing of the Hijab case and reserved the judgment after ten days of hearing

Published on 13th October 2022
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Right to undress, dropout students: Important arguments made during Supreme Court's hearing of hijab case

Several pleas have been filed in the top court against the March 15 verdict of the high court holding that wearing hijab is not a part of the essential religious practice

Published on 13th October 2022
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Hijab ban row: Supreme Court concludes hearing and reserves judgement

Several pleas have been filed in the top court against the March 15 verdict of the high court holding that wearing hijab is not a part of the essential religious practice
 

Published on 22nd September 2022
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KCET Repeaters Verdict: Will the KEA file appeal against K'taka High Court's order?

A single-judge bench of the High Court directed the KEA to consider the PU II marks of all candidates in the KCET merit rank, and re-do the ranking process. KCET freshers are now crying foul

Published on 5th September 2022
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Madras HC Bench upholds single judge verdict on CB-CID probe into medical admissions 

The court found Dr Selvarajan and others guilty of not admitting meritorious students as non-meritorious candidates were given seats

Published on 4th July 2022
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Nineteen Muslim girl students in Karnataka miss studies over hijab verdict

The students are now on the verge of dropping out of the college as they have neither written exams nor attended classes for the last 3 months

Published on 16th June 2022
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Breaking: Verdict in NEET-PG 2021 special stray round counselling case tomorrow

The MCC stated that the software to conduct the counselling had been closed for the year, so proceeding with an additional stray round would not be possible

Published on 9th June 2022

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