Justice Prathiba M. Singh of the Delhi High Court has directed Delhi University to take a relook at its course structures and the eligibility criteria and modify the same, well within time for the forthcoming academic year. The direction was issued on a plea claiming that marks in computer science in class XII ought to be considered while adjudging merit for admission to the B.Sc. Physics (Hons.) course.
The Supreme Court today held that enforcing the Malaysian arbitral award in favour of the Anil Agarwal-led Vedanta on the Ravva oil and gas fields, located in the shallow offshore area of the Krishna-Godavari basin on the eastern coast of India, will not go against public policy in India. In doing this the court has upheld the Delhi High Court’s order which had refused to interfere in the arbitral award and has also dealt a blow to the government’s contention.
The honourable Supreme Court ruled that private medical colleges are not mandatory to provide a quota for NRI. It added that the institution offering professional and technical courses have power to decide whether or not to provide a quota for NRI.
The court of Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Rouse avenue is hearing a criminal defamation case against Priya Ramani for her allegations of sexual harassment against Akbar. This case is headed by Vishal Pahuja.