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SC rejects PIL seeking two-child policy mandatory

SC rejects PIL seeking two-child policy mandatory

SC rejects PIL seeking two-child policy mandatory. The Supreme Court on Friday rejected Public Interest Litigation (PIL) which sought making of two-child policy mandatory across the country. The apex court dismissed the petition after hearing one of the petitioner Prathviraj Chauhan, in regards to the same. According to media reports, the apex court said it

SC to hear plea seeking ban on glass coated 'manjha'

SC to hear plea seeking ban on glass coated ‘manjha’

SC hear plea seeking ban glass coated manjha: The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear a plea seeking nationwide ban on the procurement, sale and use of glass powder-coated ‘manjha’. Last year, the Apex court had ordered to continue the ban on Chinese manjha in India.In December last year, the National Green Tribunal (NGT)

Why should film viewers buy food frm theatres: HC to Maha govt

Why should film viewers buy food from theatres: HC to Maha govt

Film viewers buy food theatres: The Bombay High Court today directed the Maharashtra government to file a reply to a PIL challenging the prohibition on carrying outside food into movie theatres and multiplexes across the state. The court asked when security guards frisk the public entering cinema halls and check their bags, what was the

Swamy's PIL Stands For 'Publicity Interest Litigation: Menon's Counsel

Swamy’s PIL Stands For ‘Publicity Interest Litigation: Menon’s Counsel

The counsel of Shiv Menon on Tuesday told the court that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy has not filed Public Interest Litigation (PIL) but a Publicity Interest Litigation in Sunanda Pushkar death case. His remark comes a day after Subramanian filed a fresh application in the Delhi-High Court, seeking a copy of the charge

Delhi HC seeks Finance Ministry's response on imposition of GST on sanitary napkins

Delhi HC seeks Finance Ministry’s response on imposition of GST on sanitary napkins

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought reply from the Finance Ministry by November 15 on the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed on the imposition of 12% Goods and Service Tax (GST) on sanitary napkins. The PIL also sought