A constitution bench of the Supreme Court decided to hear the challenge against the constitutionality of the Maharashtra Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC) Act, 2018 which provided quota to Marathas in jobs and education, from Jan 25,2020.
Today, the Bombay HC remarked that judges deliberately refrain from watching Television or track news on social media so they can come to courts with fresh minds and hear cases without prejudice. It also remarked that, holding a public office would automatically make them subjects of scrutiny and criticism.
The honourable Supreme Court of India has observed that a consensual affair is not a defence against the charge of kidnapping a minor.
Today, the honourable Supreme Court of India stayed the March 4 order of National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, which directed a probe by the Competition commission of India against Flipkart for an alleged use of its dominant position.