7th Nov, 2020
A three-judge committee of the Madras High Court has questioned the constitutional validity of setting up Special Courts to exclusively try
The Rajasthan Assembly passed three Bills to stop the applicability of the Centre’s new agriculture sector laws in the State.
16th Aug, 2020
Educationist Professor Pradeep Kumar Joshi is appointed as the chairman of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) that conducts the civil services examination to select India’s bureaucrats and diplomats among others.
The revival of the demand for two autonomous councils has made political parties and community-based groups call for bringing the entire Arunachal Pradesh under the ambit of the Sixth Schedule or Article 371 (A) of the Constitution.
10th Aug, 2020
The Supreme Court referred to a five-judge Bench the “substantial question of law” whether or not grant of 10% reservation to economically weaker sections of the society is ‘unconstitutional’ and violates the 50% ceiling cap on quota declared by the courtroom itself.
The Supreme Court, implicitly referring to the demolition of the Babri Masjid at the disputed site, said that it was invoking Article 142 "to ensure that a wrong committed must be remedied".