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Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Students in Delhi protest at the faculty of Law after the Delhi High Court’s order on December 4, 2019, the Bar Council of India had published a list which states that only those students have a valid degree who have taken admission till the year 2016–17 and the students who have taken admission after 2016-17 who are to graduate in the coming years or presently will receive a law degree will not be valid and this sparks the students protest demanding the Bar Council of India to approve their degrees with stating that the administration has not acknowledged the grievances of the students and this ignorant behavior by the administration is not in compliance with University Grant Commission guidelines that states that whatsoever grievances students have must be properly addressed and disposed of within 15 days



The transfer of complaints against advocates pending before the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry to the Bar Council of India has been stayed by the Madras High Court on the ground that the former has failed to respond to complaints within one year – A division bench of justices Kirubakaran and R Pongiappan even passed the interim order while observing that the State Bar Council is deliberately dragging the disposal so that the  complaints are transferred to the Bar Council of India under section 36B of the advocates act



A senior counsel for Madras High Court named KM Vijayan while speaking at a recent conference titled “current challenges faced by the Indian constitution” organized by the All India Lawyers Union on Saturday criticized the Supreme Court and High Courts for deserting their constitutional duty by being silent on the citizenship amendment act and its repercussions and supporting the ruling government over CAA and the apex court has also turned a blind eye when the Kashmir people were stripped of the special status and imposed with the Internet ban and the Supreme Court made a mistake even in the Ayodhya verdict where there was no proof to show that Hindu God Ram was born in Ayodhya



CAA violence in Delhi – CBSE On Sunday said that the school principals have been requested to provide a list of the students who would not be able to appear for the board exams to be conducted till March 7 in the violence-affected areas and the CBSC will reschedule the exams for such students at a later date



If a student is meritorious in any subject, it does not mean that the performance of that student cannot fall or he/she cannot fall in that area, has observed the Punjab and Haryana High Court while dismissing a petition filed by a female judicial officer working in Delhi judicial service against the decision of Haryana university that failed her in an examination for LLM course



About 18 Lakh cases pending in Karnataka courts, revealed on February 27, 2020



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