The President of India Pranab Mukherjee on 18 November 2015 appointed Justice Tirath Singh Thakur as the Chief Justice of India. He will take over…
The Allahabad High Court directed the Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh to ensure that all government officials, elected representatives, members of judiciary and all other persons send their children to primary schools run by the state Board for Secondary Education.
The Centre requested the Supreme Court to set up a bench of five or more judges to adjudicate whether right to privacy was part of a citizen’s fundamental right given the conflicting rulings given by the apex court on this issue in the last 60 years.
Expressing concern over misuse of social media and Internet, the Supreme Court of India stressed the need for a new law to regulate social media to curb malicious and defamatory messages circulated online. It also said that the Parliament should bring a new law to regulate the social media.
The Supreme Court India on that fundamental right given under Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution does not give an institution or a person or a citizen the fundamental right to affiliate or recognition of their institutions within the meaning of the Article 19(6).