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Rs 25 Cr Be Disbursed For Kids Who Lost Parents To Covid-19 In Maha: SC

The top court noted that the total number of children who have lost either or both parents to COVID-19 in the State is 21,042 which includes 20,407 children who have lost a single parent and 635 children who have lost both parents.

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SC Directs SLSAs To Send Complete Records Of Cases In Digital Form

The top court also directed that the concerned SLSA or the High Court Legal Services Committee must also share other relevant material and documents such as Custody Certificate disclosing the length of custody undergone by the accused.

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Supreme Court On Lakhimpur Kheri Violence: Not Satisfied With Steps Taken By UP Government

Two BJP workers and a driver were beaten to death allegedly by the angry protesters, while a local journalist was also killed in the violence.

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Lakhimpur Incident: SC Asks UP Govt To File Status Report On FIR And Pending Petitions

A total of 8 people died out of which 4 farmers were mowed down by an SUV. Subsequently, an FIR for murder has been registered against politician Ajay Mishra’s son. Both the cars in the Lakhimpur violence are said to be linked to the minister.

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SC Takes Cognisance Of Lakhimpur Kheri Incident, CJI-Led Bench To Hear Matter Today

The incident has triggered a major political storm with opposition parties accusing the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh of shielding the culprits.

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Supreme Court Directs Full-Fledged Probe Into Collusion Of Tihar Jail Officials With Ex-Unitech Promoters

The top court further directed the Home Ministry to comply with Asthana's suggestions in the report on enhancing prison management and allowed a copy to be shared with the ministry for necessary compliance of directions.

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Banned Articles Being Used By Fireworks Manufacturers As Green Crackers: SC

A bench of Justices M R Shah and A S Bopanna said the top court is not averse to celebration but not at the cost of life of other citizens.

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SC Extends Stay On Criminal Proceedings Against Azim Premji, Other

The summons were issued by the trial court on the basis of a complaint filed by India Awake for Transparency alleging illegality in the transfer of assets worth Rs 45,000 crore from three companies into a private trust and a newly formed company.

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Some Of 68 People Recommended By SC Collegium Set To Be Appointed As HC Judges Soon: Sources

There was no clarity yet on the number of names being cleared by the government for appointments in the first batch.

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SC To Hear Pleas Seeking Independent Probe Into Pegasus Snooping Row Tomorrow

The top court had issued notice to the Centre on the pleas, making it clear that it did not want the government to disclose anything which compromises national security.

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Farm Laws Have Been Stayed, What Are You Protesting Against: Supreme Court To Farmers' Body

The top court was hearing a plea filed by a farmers' body protesting against the three new farm laws and seeking directions to authorities to allow it to stage 'satyagrah' at Jantar Mantar here.

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No State Should Deny Rs 50,000 Ex-Gratia To Kin Of Those Who Lost Lives To COVID-19: SC

The bench said that the compensation would be disbursed from state disaster relief funds within 30 days of submitting application and cause of death being certified as of COVID-19.

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Supreme Court Dismisses Plea Seeking Cancellation Of NEET Undergraduate Exam

A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao, which stopped short of imposing Rs 5 lakh cost, noted that the petitioner seeks setting aside the NEET-UG Exam and directing the National Testing Agency to conduct the exam afresh.

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Supreme Court Dismisses Supertech's Plea Seeking Modification Of Order To Raze Twin 40-Storey Towers

The filing of applications styled as miscellaneous applications' or applications for clarifications in the guise for review cannot be countenanced, it emphasised.

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SC Defers To Oct 22 Hearing On West Bengal's Suit Against CBI Probe

A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao clarified it would not grant any more adjournments in the matter and said it would hear the plea after the Dussehra holidays.

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