One of the key contentions raised by Kejriwal in his review plea was that contrary to Gujarat University's claim about Modi's degree being available online, but no information on the website.
It was taking steps to sensitise students about gender issues and had a zero tolerance policy on sexual harassment or the violation of dignity of students in any matter, the varsity said.
While pronouncing the verdict, a bench of Justices A S Suhia and Gita Gopu stated,
The five victims were beaten up by police officers from Kheda’s Matar police station for allegedly throwing stones at a crowd during a Navratri celebration, in Undhela village.
In his review petition, Kejriwal, however, said no such degree was available on the varsity's website.
Despite repeated requests by a senior lawyer who had come from Delhi to represent the two AAP leaders, the court said it could not grant a priority hearing.
The apex court was informed by the counsel for the petitioner that the 25-year-old woman had approached the high court on August 7 and the matter was taken up the next day.
"You have to remain present, you are avoiding court appearance," the judge said.
With the acquittal of retired deputy superintendent of police Irshadali Anwarali Saiyed, all seven of the eight accused in the case stand exonerated.
The warning followed a horrific collision on Ahmedabad’s Sarkhej - Gandhinagar Highway in which a speeding automobile left nine people dead and 13 more injured.
The court said in an order on Friday it was keen to hear such cases on priority but clarified it was not suggesting to the government to admit that the conviction was not proper.
The Gujarat High Court dismissed Gandhi's plea seeking a stay on his conviction in a criminal defamation case over his "Modi surname" remark.
The court of Justice Samir Dave stayed a criminal trial against Saxena till the final disposal of his plea and also joined the Centre as a party to the litigation.
Rahul fighting an 'arrogant regime' that doesn't want questions related to people being raised: Priyanka
"Rahul Gandhi ji has ignited the beacon of questions related to the interests of the public in front of this arrogant regime," Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said.
The Gujarat High Court on Friday dismissed Gandhi's plea seeking a stay on his conviction in a criminal defamation case over his "Modi surname" remark.
The court had previously declined to give an interim stay, stating that since the case had finally been considered by the court, temporary protection could not be granted in the interest of justice.
Following the verdict, Gandhi, elected to the Lok Sabha from Wayanad in Kerala, was disqualified as MP under the provisions of the Representation of the People Act.
Top court’s division bench was divided, so the matter went to three-member bench
Setalvad, who was behind bars for over two months until Supreme Court granted her interim bail, was arrested on June 25 last year.
The PIL was jointly filed by NGOs Lok Adhikar Sangh and Minority Coordination Committee after policemen allegedly publicly flogged eight to ten Muslim men in Junagadh town.