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SC Gives NIA Two Weeks to Submit Evidence to Prove Gaus’ Ties With LeT

On 9th September 2020, the Supreme Court heard the case of National Investigation Agency v Mohammad Irfan Gaus. The Bench comprised of Hon’ble Chief Justice SA Bobde, Hon’ble Justice AS Bopanna, and Hon’ble Justice V Ramasubramanian. Brief Facts Mohammad Irfan Gaus was arrested along with 3 others in August 2012.

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Rigors of Section 37, NDPS Act Must be Duly Met before Suspending the Sentence of a Convict and Granting Bail: SC

On 11th September 2020, the Supreme Court heard the case of Sheru v Narcotics Control Bureau. The Bench comprised of Hon’ble Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Hon’ble Justice Aniruddha Bose, and Hon’ble Justice Krishna Murari. Brief Facts Conviction of the Appellant was under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. He

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Andhra Pradesh High Court Denies Anticipatory Bail to Pitani’s Son

Pitani Venkata Suresh and two others had filed anticipatory bail petitions in the High Court of Andhra Pradesh. The Court dismissed his petition for anticipatory bail. Pitani Venkata Suresh is the son of TDP leader and former minister Pitani Satyanarayana. Pitani Venkata Suresh’s name has appeared in the ESI scam.

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BCI Opposes Plea Challenging Its Decision to Withhold AIBE 2019 Results

After BCI decided to withhold AIBE 2019 results from specific centres, an advocate challenged its decision. The petition was filed in the Andhra Pradesh High Court. BCI countered the plea stating enough grounds (i.e. Malpractice) to withhold exams. Earlier, BCI announced its decision to withhold AIBE results from individual centres.

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Andhra Pradesh High Court Issues Notice In Writ Petition Filed By Court Itself

Andhra Pradesh HC has issued notices to 26 respondents in the petition filed by the Court. Court issued notice to Centre, AP Government, Andhra Pradesh Police, and social media platforms. These social media platforms include Facebook, Google, Instagram, youtube, WhatsApp, twitter. Petitioner’s Plea Advocate Shri N. Ashwani Kumar is representing

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Andhra Pradesh High Court Ordered the Government to Provide an Explanation for the Exemption Given to Minority Colleges from Fees Fixed by the Government

Andhra Pradesh High Court ordered the government to give an explanation for the exemption given to minority dental colleges from fees fixed by the government. The High Court inquired if minority dental colleges were being given special treatment. Petitioner’s Contentions A journalist, Suresh filed the public interest litigation in the

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