A division bench of Justice B Veerappa and Justice K Natrajan while hearing a gang-rape case, stated that after 74 years of independence, still woman is not safe in hands of rapist and recommended to amend section- 376D of IPC to provide death penalty as a punishment for gang-rape.
Today, the honourable Supreme Court dismissed a plea challenging the election of PM Narendra Modi to Lok Sabha in 2019 from Varanasi constituency. In this case the court held that Tej Bahadur, border security force soldier does not have a cause of action in the present case.
A petition has landed before the Allahabad High Court, claiming that relaxations in age allowed by earlier orders should allow him to appear for the Police-PAC Recruitment-2018. The petitioner belongs to the Other Backward Classes (OBC) category. The court has sent notice, seeking relevant information from the counsel for the Uttar Pradesh Government. The petition was filed by Harihar Prasad Nishad on September 23.
A petition has been moved by a student in Delhi high court who has been refused admission to class XI due to age limit in government Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya. The petitioner sought to declare this decision as an arbitrary, illegal, discriminatory one. And it violates article-14,21 and 21A of the constitution of India. He also stated that this decision is against the provisions of the Delhi School Education Act, 1973.