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<strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> raps Centre, states for 'apathy' in handling leprosy

Supreme Court raps Centre, states for 'apathy' in handling leprosy

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Saturday rapped the Centre and states for their "apathy" in eradicating leprosy from the country, saying despite it being "curable" the disease still remains a stigma.

Supreme Court,   leprosy,   Dipak Misra,   Multi-Drug Therapy (MDT),   disease,   ,  
Will grant 3 percent quota to persons with disabilities: Bihar to SC

Will grant 3 percent quota to persons with disabilities: Bihar to SC

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In some good news to persons with disabilities, the Bihar government on Friday told the Supreme Court that it will provide three per cent quota to such applicants in the appointment of 3,364 assistant professors in universities in the state.

Disabilities,   Bihar government,   Supreme Court,   Appointments,   Assistant professors,   Universities,  
Kalyan youth Arif Majeed produced in <strong>court</strong>; NIA gets custody till December 8

Kalyan youth Arif Majeed produced in court; NIA gets custody till December 8

29 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The 23-year-old youth Arif Majeed, who had joined the terror group Islamic State (IS), was produced in court here on Saturday. After interrogating for eight hours, the NIA has got Arif's custody till December 08.

Kalyan youth,   ISIS links,   youth arrested,   Arif Majeed,   terrorism,   terror attack,   IS,   Islamic State,  
SC turns down Digvijay's plea for CBI probe in MPPEB scam

SC turns down Digvijay's plea for CBI probe in MPPEB scam

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to order CBI probe into the Madhya Pradesh professional examination board (MPPEB) scam in conducting entrance tests for admission to various colleges and jobs in the state and dismissed Congress leader Digvijay Singh's plea.

Supreme Court,   Congress,   Dijvijay Singh,   CBI probe,  MPPEB scam,   Attorney General,   Mukul Rohatgi,   SIT,   Special Task Force,   CBI,  
Apply value criteria universally to all 42 coal blocks: Panel

Apply value criteria universally to all 42 coal blocks: Panel

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The pattern adopted to determine the value of 42 operational mines, which were recently deallocated by the Supreme Court, should be universally applied to all the blocks, a panel has said.

coal blocks,   operational coal mines,   Supreme Court,   CAG,   Pratyush Sinha,   cancelled coal blocks,  
Consider treating Sanskrit as additional subject: SC

Consider treating Sanskrit as additional subject: SC

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the government not to treat Sanskrit as a third language for Class 8 students of Kendriya Vidyalayas and instead treat it as an additional language retaining German as a third langauge.

Supreme Court,   Sanskrit,   additional subject in KV,   third language in KV,   Kendriya Vidyalaya,   German,  
Bar Council not bound to grant licence to practice law: SC

Bar Council not bound to grant licence to practice law: SC

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Pursuing law and practicing it are two different things, the Supreme Court has said and made it clear that the Bar Council of India (BCI) is not bound to grant advocacy licence unless an applicant fulfills the criteria laid down by it.

Bar Council of India,   Supreme Court,   LCEH,   Maharashtra Council of Homeopathy,  
Bar Council not bound to grant licence to practice law: SC

Bar Council not bound to grant licence to practice law: SC

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Pursuing law and practicing it are two different things, the Supreme Court has said and made it clear that the Bar Council of India (BCI) is not bound to grant advocacy licence unless an applicant fulfills the criteria laid down by it.

Law,   Practicing law,   Supreme Court,   Bar Council of India,   BCI,  
<strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong>, Parliament facing serious fire safety lapses: CIC

Supreme Court, Parliament facing serious fire safety lapses: CIC

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Parliament and the Supreme Court buildings are facing serious fire safety lapses, according to the Central Information Commission (CIC) which pulled up the Delhi Fire Services for carrying out its last inspection of the Apex Court a decade ago.

Supreme Court,   Parliament,   fire safety in Parliament,   Central Information Commission,   CIC,   Delhi Fire Services ,  
Uncertainty over Srinivasan and Chennai Super Kings deepens

Uncertainty over Srinivasan and Chennai Super Kings deepens

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Uncertainty over the possibility of N Srinivasan continuing as cricket boss and the survival of the Chennai Super Kings in the IPL deepened today as Supreme Court threw suggestions whether those named in the Mudgal Committee could keep out of BCCI elections and the CSK's franchise could be scrapped.

N Srinivasan,   Chennai Super Kings,   IPL,   Supreme Court,   Mudgal Committee,   BCCI elections,   CSK,  

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