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SC ST Reservation: Centre Advocates for Quota Sub-Classification to Supreme Court for Fair Distribution
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SC ST Reservation: Centre Advocates for Quota Sub-Classification to Supreme Court for Fair Distribution

Centre advocates for SC/ST sub-classification to ensure equitable reservation benefits and social justice.

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‘If not forward in backward category compete in general category’, SC asks on classification within SCs, STs for quota Judiciary
‘If not forward in backward category compete in general category’, SC asks on classification within SCs, STs for quota

Supreme Court debates sub-classification in SC/ST quotas, questioning 'forward' sub-castes' competition in the general category.

Supreme Court Startled by Year Long Delay in High Court Bail Decision, Demands Explanation from Patna HC [Read Order] Judiciary
Supreme Court Startled by Year Long Delay in High Court Bail Decision, Demands Explanation from Patna HC [Read Order]

Supreme Court expresses concern over Patna High Court judge's delay in delivering anticipatory bail order, seeks detailed report from Registrar General. The case involves Justice Sandeep Kumar withholding a decision for a year, impacting a money laundering case.

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