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Calcutta HC: Bias And Malicious Prosecution Cannot Be Ruled Out

The Calcutta High Court has stayed three cases registered against the BJP MLA Suvendhu Adhikari and has ordered no coercive actions to be initiated. The probe was connected to the death of his bodyguard, Subhobrata Chakraborty. The Court has also ruled that a transfer of investigation can be sought even by an accused and such a relief is not restricted only to the victim of a crime. 

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SC: CBSE Compartment, Private and Patrachar Students Can Take Provisional Admissions Before Results

The Apex Court has clarified that students appearing for CBSE Private, Patrachar and 2nd Compartment exams for Class 12 can apply for higher admissions under the UGC and AICTE provisionally, even before their results are declared, subject to undertaking to produce their results before the concerned college within one week of the declaration of results. 

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SC: Presiding Deity Is Owner Of Land Attached To Temple, Not Pujari

The Top Court has upheld that the presiding deity is the owner of the land attached to a temple and not the priest/pujari. The case was of State of Madhya Pradesh v. Pujari Utthan Avam Kalyan Samiti. The decision was given by Justices Hemant Gupta and AS Bopanna. Advocate Saurabh Mishra appeared for the appellant whereas Advocate Lahoti appared for the respondent.

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SC: HCs Were Bastions Of Ensuring Justice During COVID

The Supreme Court has upheld the Manipur High Court’s direction on the management of the pandemic. The decision was given by the bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, Vikram Nath and Hima Kohli. The petition was dismissed. The case was of the State of Manipur v. J Hillson Angam and Anr. The State Government had approached the Supreme Court assailing the Manipur High Court's order passed by the Division Bench of Justices Lanusungkum Jamir and Kh. Nobin Singh on July 16, 2020.

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Allahabad HC Refuses To Quash FIR Against Poet Munnawar Rana

The Allahabad High Court has refused to quash the FIR filed against the Urdu poet Munnawar Rana. The decision was given by the Bench of Justice Ramesh Sinha and Justice Saroj Yadav. An FIR was registered against him under the SC/ST Act on a complaint filed by the All India Hindu Mahasabha and the Samajjik Sarokar Foundation. The case was Munnawar Rana v. State Of U.P. Thru. Prin. Secy. Home. Lko & Others. 

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