Supreme Court DecisionsRecent & Important Decisions of Supreme Court & High Court

July 18, 20150

Supreme Court to Centre: Drug Pricing Policy For Essential Medicine Irrational, Re-Examine it

Supreme Court has asked the Centre to re-examine its drug pricing policy for essential medicines, calling it “unreasonable and irrational” as the price of some medicines is at around 4000% higher than what has been fixed by some State Governments.

Gujarat High Court Bench Recuses From Naroda Patiya Riots Case

A two-member Gujarat High Court bench has recused itself from hearing appeals in Naroda Patiya case of 2002 riots, with the judges saying that some of the accused tried to approach them

NJAC Debate: Supreme Court Slams Government for Bucking Global Trends on Judicial Appointments

Supreme Court has flayed the Modi Government for trying to ensure executive participation in the process of judicial appointments, bucking the worldwide trend of increasing judicial involvement and eliminating executive interference in the process

SC Says India Can’t Ban Porn

SC has refused to order the blocking of all pornographic websites. While making an observation it said “such interim orders cannot be passed by this Court”.

MP Medical Colleges Scam Worse Than Vyapam, Says Supreme Court

Supreme Court has issued notice to the Centre and the Madhya Pradesh Government on a PIL seeking a CBI probe into the private medical colleges admission scam involving 42 percent of Government-quota seats.

Supreme Court: Notice Issued to Centre on Land Ordinance Plea

Supreme Court has issued notice to the Central Government on a petition challenging the second repromulgation of land ordinance to amend the 2013 land acquisition law to relax the process of acquiring land.


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