Supreme Court allowed the Centre's appeal saying the applicant though belonging to OBC has not availed any relaxations or concessions admissible to OBC candidates.
It had said a total of 2,583 applications have been received till September 29 and 360 applicants have taken temporary possession of flats till September 30.
It claimed that despite the 'explicit dying declaration' of the deceased, no action has been taken against the persons named by her.
'We issue notice. We need to hear the case,' said the bench which also comprised justices Surya Kant and Hima Kohli.
A bench comprising Justices S K Kaul and M M Sundresh said it is unfortunate that the top court is being called upon to examine and fill up vacancies in tribunals.
Amazon had gone to Singapore Arbitration court against Future’s decision to sell its retail business to Reliance Retail for over Rs 24,000 crore.
No rationale for farmers' protest as SC already stayed farm laws: Uttar Pradesh Agriculture Minister
State Agriculture Minister Surya Pratap Shahi said that a 'reformist step was taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji with a view to resolving the difficulties of the farmers'.
Senior advocate Dushyant Dave had informed the top court that it was the police who were creating blockades and causing inconvenience to commuters.
Supreme Court is hearing three separate petitions which have raised issues concerning the Foreign Contribution Regulation (Amendment) Act, 2020.
We have removed tents but Delhi Police has put up barricades: Rakesh Tikait after SC order to unblock roads
Rakesh Tikait said protesters at Ghazipur have cleared the path on a service lane leading to the national capital but the Delhi Police's barricades were still present there.
SKM said that there was a conspiracy to give a bad name to the farmers' movement and to entrap it in violence through such incidents.
Under section 82 of CrPC, a court can publish a proclamation requiring the accused to appear if the warrant issued against him cannot be executed.
NEET: SC asks Centre whether it would like to revisit Rs 8 lakh criteria for determining Economically Weaker Sections
The bench said, 'Tell us if you want to revisit the criteria or not. If you want us to discharge our duties, then we are ready to do so. We are formulating questions which you need to answer them.'
A bench headed by Justice S K Kaul said it was not against the right to protest even when the legal challenge is pending but ultimately some solution has to be found.
The NGO wrote a letter to CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday asking him to provide foodgrains on a monthly basis to people who did not possess ration cards.