The petition filed by 67 students requests to change the condition that the candidates can appear for the exam only twice in a row for two years.
The court's observation came on a petition by a class 10 student of a private unaided school here whose name was struck off the roll due to non-payment of fees and who sought directions to be permittted to sit in the upcoming CBSE board examinations.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to list two petitions on January 6, seeking to transfer to it pleas pending in the Delhi High Court and the Kerala High Court in connection with recognition of same-sex marriage. Senior advocate Menaka Guruswamy and advocate Karuna Nundy mentioned the
The case, which is being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), arises from a CBI FIR against Pandey and his company iSec Services Private Limited for the alleged commission of offences under the Indian Penal Code, Indian Telegraph Act and Prevention of Corruption Act.