>Supreme Court has dismissed a plea seeking ‘one nation and one syllabus’ for children aged 6-14 years across the nation.
>Supreme Court, while pulling up Uttar Pradesh Government for its adhocism towards protection of Taj Mahal, has directed it to formulate a pragmatic and futuristic policy to protect the monument saying that it belonged to people of the country and it must be preserved for at least couple of centuries
>Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal filed by Enforcement Directorate against a 2014 Hyderabad High Court judgement quashing money laundering charges against Satyam’s successor company Tech Mahindra.
>Supreme Court has ruled that giving lift to strangers who later stole the vehicle is not a breach that would nullify the insurance policy.
>US Supreme Court has allowed the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by residents of six mostly Muslim countries.
>Delhi High Court has set aside the Central Information Commission order declaring Ministers as “public authorities” and answerable under the Right to Information law.
>Delhi High Court has refused to come to the rescue of an LL.M. candidate who had alleged that he could not submit the requisite documents for admission as the University had wrongly awarded him zero marks in one of his LL.B. subjects
>Delhi High Court has dismissed an Application filed under Section 11 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, noting that the agreement specifies Courts in Noida to have exclusive jurisdiction.
>Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu government to organise only education-related programmes in educational institutions.
>Gujarat High Court has observed that the police machinery cannot be utilized for the purpose of holding the husband at ransom so that he could be squeezed by the wife at the instigation of her parents or relatives or friends.
>Supreme Court has said that the law does not sanction the concept of a woman’s religion getting merged with her husband’s faith after an inter-religion marriage.