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Supreme Court refuses to lift stay on Maratha quota: ‘Let HC decide it first’

“It is just after all an interim order… let the Bombay High Court decide it first,” the bench said.


Despite apex court ruling, women make-up artists face taxing times

The CCMAA had a 59-year-old rule which barred women from working as make-up artists in the film industry.


Supreme Court turns down Jindal Power’s plea seeking extension of time in coal blocks allocation case

Jindal Power Ltd need to pay the penalty Rs 1,793 crore at the rate of Rs 295 per metric ton for illegal mining.


Secure Indo-Bangla through intensive patrolling, complete fencing: SC to Centre

The court noted that the number of foreigners tribunals, set up to decide the cases of illegal migration, was “abysmally low”.


Despite SC ruling, female make-up artists face taxing times in Bollywood

The incident with Dixeira seems to have once again revived a sense of uncertainty among female make-up artists.

As revenue mop-up lags, Orissa asks captive mines to raise output

FY15 target stood at Rs 6,346 cr, but by November-end, only Rs 2,625 crore could be collected.

Supreme Court defers Sahara plea to raise more debt on hotels

Meanwhile, according to a PTI report, Sebi has asked bondholders to submit their claims by next month along with necessary proof of their investments.


Explained: Dammed if you do

The back story of the ongoing row over 24 hydropower projects that could generate over 3,000 MW.


SC asks govt not to appoint CVC without its permission

SC allowed Centre to continue with selection process including scrutiny of applications of candidates.

Centre to SC: Can shelve projects which can’t be modified

The court observed that it acknowledged the efficacy of the HEPs, being the least polluting source of power production.

Jindal firms to SC: Cannot pay coal penalty by Dec 31

JPL and JSPL were charged R1,793 crore as penalty for illegal coal mining.

SC accepts govt offer to end Sanskrit row

Students who have been studying German would have an internal assessment for it as an optional subject.


SC accepts Centre’s offer to end row over German in KV schools

KV students will not have to take examinations for Sanskrit in this academic session

Proposal to cut the working hours of KV teachers was unlikely to be passed, said sources. (Reuters)

Kendriya Vidyalayas to Supreme Court: CBSE ready to relax criteria for boards

The CBSE on December 10 agreed to do so “in the interest of the students and in view of the emergency explained”.


2G Case: Supreme Court allows new CBI chief Anil Kumar Sinha to take charge of probe

A bench headed by CJ Dattu allowed that the new CBI chief will be allowed to oversee the 2G cases.