NEWDELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday appeared open to the audio and video recording of its proceedings, which it has resisted so far, along with those of high courts, saying it would usher in transparency in the justice delivery system.
It put forward these views as it ordered all 24 high courts to install CCTV cameras in trial courts across the country and asked Continue reading
DELHI: The Supreme Court said on Thursday– There should be a common question paper for all aspirants giving NEET exam — a common window test for private and government medical colleges .
A bench headed by justice Dipak Misra asked CBSE to explain how it proposes to have identical questions as it pulled up the board for setting different papers for students taking NEET in regional languages. Continue reading
SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh government has brought an ordinance to modify the state’s excise act to enable hotels, restaurants and bars near highways to serve alcohol, days after the neighbouring state of Punjab took the amendment route to bypass the Supreme Court’s 2016 order to shut down all liquor shops along state and national highways.
The Congress government in the hill state added a new section, 23A, in the Excise Act, 2011, to change the definition of sale of liquor to service in case of hotels, restaurant, clubs and similar notified places even if they fall within the 220m distance from the edge of the national highway. Continue reading