Tag Archives: Supreme

Supreme Court Backs Ban That Virtually Outlaws Cryptocurrencies in India

HIGHLIGHTS SC refused to overturn RBI ban on dealing in cryptocurrencies India is going a step further in cracking down on peer-to-peer money Abu Dhabi, South Korea are creating rules to allow secure crypto-trading India’s top court refused to overturn a central bank ban on lenders from dealing in cryptocurrencies, a move that effectively outlaws the nascent industry in Asia’s third-largest ... Read More »

JEE Advanced 2017: Plea filed in Supreme Court challenging IIT’s decision on grace marks

A petition has been filed on Friday challenging premier Indian Institute of Technology’s decision to grant grace marks to all students for misprinted questions in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). The apex court has sought reply from the Centre and the IIT Madras (exam conducting body) on why 7 additional grace marks were awarded even to aspirants who did not attempt the ... Read More »

Contention arise over domicile reservation in MBBS admission in Madhya Pradesh

Seemingly the commotions spurred within the realm of medical education in India defines no end. Controversy over MBBS admission once again hit the headlines when medical colleges denied domicile reservation in Madhya Pradesh. The prima facie prompted the Vyapam whistle-blowers and social activist, demanding the rights specified for the domicile students in Madhya Pradesh. Anand Rai, an activist, who termed ... Read More »

Domicile students celebrate Supreme Court’s order on NEET counselling

Following the last petition filed by the students challenging the prerogative of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, the Supreme Court yesterday had uphold the bill safeguarding the interest of the domicile students seeking admission in for medical college. It is then acknowledged that the students have been waiting for month to get admission through NEET Counselling at the Gandhi Medical College, ... Read More »

Supreme Court lifts 2.0-litre diesel ban in Delhi

The 2.0-litre diesel engine ban in Delhi enforced in December last year has been giving nightmares to major automakers in the country. Post appeals made by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufactures and Mercedes-Benz, the Supreme Court has finally lifted the ban today. However, manufacturers will have to pay an additional 1 per cent tax of the retail price on ... Read More »

Guidelines meant to protect good Samaritans approved by Supreme Court

Good Samaritans who help road accident victims will no longer be unnecessarily harassed by police or any other authority as the Supreme Court has approved the guidelines by the Centre. The bench comprising justices V Gopala Gowda and Arun Mishra directed the Central Government to give wide publicity to these guidelines so that people who help others in the time ... Read More »