Whether the Centre will accept the recommendation remains to be seen, as it had spiked an earlier proposal to appoint him as chief justice of the Madhya Pradesh High Court.
Welcoming the apex court decision, Sivankutty told reporters here that the government was fully geared to hold the exams. As a first step, all schools will be disinfected as soon as possible.
The top court released Upadhyay on bail subject to the condition that he shall reside in any place other than Mumbai and shall visit Mumbai only for the purpose of attending the Court.
The petitioners had sought quashing of the July 29 notice which provided for implementation of the prescribed reservation criteria with effect from academic session 2021-22.
Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in great financial stress, offerings insufficient to meet expenses, admin tells SC
Senior advocate Arvind Datar, appearing for the Trust, argued that it is a public Trust made by the Royal family and has no role in administration.
The CJI had said during the function that in another month, he expected that 90 percent of vacancies will be filled.
Supreme Court dismisses plea challenging Kerala government's decision to hold physical exam for Class 11
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea challenging Kerala government's decision to hold physical exam for Class 11.
Departments such as GHMC, HMWS&SB, Roads and Buildings, TSSPDCL etc were asked to make necessary arrangements for processions to be carried out on the roads in coordination with the traffic police.
Earlier, Justice M Venugopal was appointed as the acting head of the tribunal with effect from September 11, creating a peculiar situation.
Investigating officers informed that the Anganwadi worker was found in possession of assets which constitute 49 per cent of her known sources of income.
Earlier, the BJP-led Centre had made amendments to the law that governs the administration of Delhi, which was vehemently opposed by the AAP government.
The DDCA's general body, headed by its president Rohan Jaitley, decided on 65-year-old Justice (Retd) Malhotra's appointment.
A bench headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana said it would take up the matter on Thursday and asked Attorney General K K Venugopal to take instructions on the issue.
The SCSC recommended 11 judicial members and 10 technical members for NCLT. But the appointment letters suggest some members were cherry-picked.
The government further urged the court to permit it to go ahead with the immersion this time as all arrangements were in place for the same.