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The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial court and the final court of appeal under the Constitution of India, the highest constitutional court, with the power of judicial review.
The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned for May 13 the hearing in the suo motu case involving the distribution of essential supplies and services during the COVID19 pandemic.
Keeping in view the spread of COVID-19 infection across prisons in the country, the Supreme Court on Saturday, in its order, passed a slew of measures and directions to decongest them and prevent the spread of the disease.
In view of the surge in COVID-19 cases and an "alarming situation" faced by the litigants, the Supreme Court on Tuesday in its interim order extended the limitation period for filing the appeals under all Central and State laws till further orders.
A petition has been filed before the Supreme Court seeking a direction to the Union of India and others for immediate removal of farmers protesting against the Farm Laws in view of the recent surge in Covid-19 cases and restraining the agitating farmers from making pucca constructions over public roads across the borders of NCT of Delhi.
Amid the rise in the COVID-19 cases in India, the Supreme Court on Friday while hearing the suo motu cognizance case on 'COVID-19 crisis' said that we never have the intention to transfer the COVID-crisis related cases from various High Courts to itself, and observed that we never stalled HCs hearings.
The Supreme Court on Thursday took suo motu cognizance of the "alarming situation" in connection with various health emergencies including oxygen shortage, during the COVID-19 pandemic, and issued notice to the Centre seeking a response on kinds of immediate and effective action it can take to handle such situation.
The Supreme Court on Friday passes its order in suo motu public interest litigation (PIL) on cheque bouncing cases and asked the High Courts to issue directions to the Magistrates to record reasons before converting trial of complaints under Section 138 of the Act from summary trial to summons trial.
A Special bench of the Supreme Court, led by the Chief Justice of India (CJI) Sharad Arvind Bobde, reserved its order in connection with the petition seeking a direction to appoint ad hoc judges in various High Courts.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday decided to hear a plea, within two weeks, regarding the non-admission of around 10,000 EWS (Economically Weaker Sections) category students in Gujarat in various schools across the state.