The court had issued notice to the Home Ministry and Law Commission on May 31 but neither has filed a response as of now.
Asserting that the fight against corruption will continue, the PM quipped: “it’s not Emergency that the government will send people to jail; that job is of the judiciary.”
As per the government policy, SC/ST boys, girls of all categories and BPL students are eligible to get two sets of uniforms and a pair of shoes at Rs 600 per head.
Apart from taxation on lottery, the GST Council is also likely to take up pending issues, including extension of National Anti-profiteering Authority’s tenure till November 30, 2020.
DGP M Mahendar Reddy said that the aim of Uniform Service Delivery was to help enhance a sense of security among citizens, providing hassle-free living experience for all.
The recent two highly condemnable incidents, which saw women being violently attacked in the Hyderabad, exposed the disparity in the delivery of service by police department to the two victims.
The minister also directed that the uniform once introduced in schools should be carried on for at least three years and no change in the colour and design of the dress be introduced in that period.
The education department has LKG and UKG classes at 2,381 Anganwadi centres which are functioning at the middle school campus, like private schools.
The judge was passing further interim orders on a suo-motu contempt proceedings initiated by him against the TNUSRB member-secretary and IGP N K Senthamarai Kannan.
The unearthing of the scam within the TNUSRB recruitment made the candidates eligble for the same.
IG NK Senthamaraikannan's name replaced Tripathy's as the court believed that Tripathy had no involvement in summoning the experts.
51-year-old GV Kumar hired to prepare question papers for the SI recruitment exam.
Earlier, the court had directed the IG and Member-Secretary of the Board to file a detailed affidavit related to the recruitment of SIs.
The Madras High Court gave orders when a writ petition from S Arunachalam was brought to the court's notice on Monday for the second time.
The court expressed the hope the uniform calendar would provide a mechanism to ensure strict adherence to it by all universities and directed to take a final decision within three months.