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Scrapping of Limited competitive Examination (LCE) for recruitment to IPS justified as taken in larger public interest: S.C.

A bunch of petitions challenging the validity of Indian Police Service (Recruitment) Amended Rules, 2011 (IPS, Rules) which introduced Limited competitive Examination (LCE) for making appointments to the IPS in addition to the normal modes of recruitment was put up before the Supreme Court for its consideration. 233 more words

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Introduction to the Constitution of India[Student Edition]

  1. Features of Indian Constitution.
  2. Nature of Indian constitution
  3. The preamble of Indian Constitution
  4. Whether States within the boundaries of Union of India is permanent?
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Plea for withdrawal of life-long pensions and perks to MP's dismissed by Supreme Court

In an appeal seeking to dismiss grant of life-long pensions and other perks to MP’s(Member of Parliament) on grounds that the same are contrary to Article 14 (Right to equality) of the constitution, the Supreme Court was pleased to dismiss the plea granting much relief to the MP’s. 175 more words

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Remembering Dr B R Ambedkar

Excerpt from the Memorandum on the Safeguards for the Scheduled Castes submitted to the Constituent Assembly on behalf of the All India Scheduled Castes Federation… 395 more words

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ECI submits an affidavit seeking amendment of Article 324 of Constitution of India

Election commission of India in a response to a PIL moved by an advocate for strengthening the ECI, submitted on affidavit before the Supreme Court of India that by virtue of rule-making authority vested in the Supreme Court of India, it may empower ECI to make election related rules and code of conduct. 212 more words

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Supreme Court to hear on CBI investigation into Unnao Rape Case next week

The Supreme Court today has agreed to hear a PIL filed by Adv Manohar Lal Sharma in the Unnao Rape Case seeking CBI investigation into the rape and the victim’s father’s custodial death while praying protection and compensation to the victim and her family members. 75 more words

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PIL seeking framing of rules for constituting benches and allocation of cases at Supreme Court and High courts dismissed as "scandalous"

The Bench comprising of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud today dismissed the PIL which sought to frame rules and procedure to constitute benches and allot work to different benches at the Supreme Court and the High Courts. 95 more words

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