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Ayodhya Case – SC directs mediation panel to submit report by 18th July; next hearing on July 25

Hearing a petition filed by Gopal Singh that called upon the apex court ending the mediation, the Supreme Court Bench said if the efforts for amicable settlement fails day-to-day hearing in the Ayodhya dispute will resume. THE SC BENCH WAS HEARING A PLEA FILED BY GOPAL SINGH VISHARAD WHO REQUESTED THE BENCH TO LIST THE DISPUTE FOR ADJUDICATION, AS THERE WAS NO PROGRESS IN THE MEDIATION PROCESS. The Bench he ...

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SC Takes Tough Stance on Temple Mismanagement – Temple Administration Should Be In Devotees’ Hands, Not Government

New Delhi. The Supreme Court on Monday (8th March) took a strongly critical stance on government management of religious places, noting the blatant failures by official authorities to prevent offences such as theft of idols. The court said that the task of administration of these religious sites should instead be given to devotees. The bench comprising of Justices SA Bobde and SA Nazeer made the observation ...

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Shun Colonial Mindset to Explore own Potential

National Seminar in Imphal on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India’ Imphal. Intellectual Forum of North East, Dhanamanjuri University of Imphal, Department of Social work at Indira Gandhi National Tribal University and Centre for Manipur Studies of Manipur University, Canchipur, jointly organised a national seminar on ‘Revisiting Colonial Legacy in North East India, from February 2 to 3 at GP Wom ...

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THE OLD SYSTEM OF 200 POINT ROSTER IN RESERVATION BE RESTORED

New Delhi. In April, 2017 the Allahabad High Court gave a verdict of far reaching negative impact on constitutional scheme of reservation for Scheduled Caste (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) in teaching posts and vacancies in the central higher educational institutions (universities and the colleges affiliated to them) of the country. Last year this judgment has been approved by the Supreme Court of India. ...

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Sabarimala Row – SC Reserves Judgement Over Review Petitions

The Supreme Court has reserved the judgement in a batch of review petitions filed against the 28 September verdict that removed the centuries-old tradition of restriction of women belonging to the age group of 10 and 51 from entering Sabarimala. The bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi included Justices Khanwilkar, Justice Nariman, Justice Chandrachud and Justice Indu Malhotra. Senior Advocates K Para ...

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Press statement of Alok Kumar, International Working President of VHP

VHP welcomes the application of Union Government to the Hon'ble Supreme Court for restoraing 42 acres of land of Ram Janam Bhumi Nyas to it. The Nyas had obtained the land for the construction of Shri Ram Mandir. The Union Govt. had acquired a total of 67.703 acres of land in 1993. This included the land of Ram Janam Bhumi Nyas. The land under litigation i.e. where the disputed structure existed, admeasures ...

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Ram Mandir – Govt. demands non-disputed land to be returned to original owners

New Delhi. The Centre on Tuesday moved the Supreme Court and sought the apex court’s permission to return the 67-acre acquired land around the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site to its original owners. In a fresh plea, the Centre said it had acquired 67 acres of land around the 2.77 acre disputed Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid site. The government wants the removal of the status quo on the non-dispute ...

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Exposed Kerala Govt submits false affidavit in Supreme Court on Sabarimala

In a bid to misinform the Supreme Court, Kerala Government raised a bogus claim in the court that 51 young women have entered the Sabarimala temple in the current pilgrimage season. The Kerala government submitted the list in Supreme Court during the hearing on a plea seeking security for Kanakadurga and Bindu, the left activists who entered Sabarimala. The affidavit, containing the list of the young women ...

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Char Dham Project gets a push; SC refuses to stay ongoing constructions

‘Char Dham’ project gets a green flag from the Supreme Court on Friday. The project aims to provide all-weather connectivity of Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. The apex court refused to stay ongoing construction work. However, the court said any fresh project will now be only undertaken if the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) gives a clearance. Under the ‘Char Dham’ project, there are 53 s ...

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BKS – Press Release on BT cotton patent matter

Bhartiya Kisan Sangh’s (BKS) press release against the incorrect media reports regarding the decision of Hon’ble Supreme Court pronounced in the BT cotton patent matter of “Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd and Others V/s Monsanto Technology LLC. And others” and “Federation Seed Industries of India Vs Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd”. BKS intervened in an ongoing patent battle between Nuziveedu Seeds and Monsanto Technologies to cha ...

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