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Special allowances not part of basic wages: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently clarified that the special allowances paid by an employer to its employees would not fall within the expression ‘basic wages’ for computation of deduction towards the provident fund if the payment have a direct … Continue reading

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Actual injury not needed to be an “aggrieved” party under Biometric Act: IL SC

In an important ruling, the Illinois Supreme Court recently held that an individual need not allege some actual injury or adverse effect, beyond violation of his or her rights, in order to qualify as an “aggrieved” person under State of … Continue reading

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Govt can’t impose a language as the only medium of instruction: SC

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India ruled that a child has a constitutional right to choose the medium of instruction at the primary school stage and government cannot impose a language, including the mother tongue, as the … Continue reading

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Private recognized unaided schools not to ask for fees for more than one month together: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently ruled that a private recognized unaided school is not entitled to ask for fees for more than one (1) month together. The Court said that “Director of Education has no power to issue circulars which … Continue reading

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Opinion of the medical experts will have to be given precedence over the shaky evidence in juvenile cases: SC

The Supreme Court of India clarified that in a circumstance where the trial court itself could not arrive at a conclusive finding regarding the age of the accused, the opinion of the medical experts based on x-ray and ossification test … Continue reading

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