Minority Status of Aligarh Muslim University: Supreme Courtroom refers case to 7-Choose bench
The Supreme Court on February 12, 2019 referred the petition in search of withdrawal of minority position of the Aligarh Muslim College to a seven-decide bench. A 3-choose bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi referred the make any difference to the much larger bench to establish the correctness of minority standing of AMU and to outline the parameters for granting minority status to the establishment.
The AMU Act of 1981 grants AMU the minority position and Posting 15 (5) of the Constitution exempts minority establishments from utilizing constitutional reservations less than the SC/ST class.
PM Modi provides Swachh Shakti-2019 Awards inaugurates growth tasks in Haryana
Primary Minister Narendra Modi on February 12, 2019 gave absent the Swachh Shakti awards to female sarpanches from throughout the region in Swach Shakti 2019 programme through his visit to Kurukshetra, Haryana.
The Primary Minister committed the India’s premier institute of most cancers, the ‘National Most cancers Institute’ of Bhadsa, Jhajjar to the country. The National Most cancers Institute is designed at the AIIMS Jhajjar campus. The 700 mattress clinic has various amenities like surgical oncology, radiation oncology, medical oncology, anaesthesia, palliative care and nuclear drugs, aside from hostel rooms for medical practitioners and attendants of most cancers individuals.
Hungary to give lifestyle tax exemption to women with 4 small children
Hungary’s Primary Minister Viktor Orban on February 10, 2019 introduced new steps, below which increasing monetary aid and subsidies will be provided to family members that have additional than three kids.
The steps had been introduced by the Primary Minister during his “state of the country” speech. They are meant to inspire women of all ages to have far more children and to reverse Hungary’s populace decrease. The new insurance policies are aimed at reversing Hungary’s downward demographic traits.
India, Norway start ‘India-Norway Maritime Air pollution Initiative’ to fight Marine Air pollution
The Union Ministry of Setting, Forests and Local weather Improve on February 11, 2019 signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) with the Norwegian Ministry of Overseas Affairs to start the ‘India-Norway Marine Air pollution Initiative’.
The Joint Initiative was signed by Nils Ragnar Kamsvag, Norwegian Ambassador to India and Anil Kumar Jain, More Secretary in the Union Ministry of Natural environment, Forest and Local weather Change. A Joint Activity Drive on Blue Economy was also recognized less than the aegis of the MoU to advertise multi-sectoral cooperation in many areas of Blue Economy.
HRD Ministry to take quick methods to secure Maithili language and scripts
The Ministry of Human Resource Advancement has made a decision to consider fast steps to carry out the recommendations of a committee, which it experienced constituted in 2018 to make a report for the advertising and protection of Maithili language and its scripts.
The committee has submitted its report to the Ministry. In the report, it has made a number of tips for the advertising and protection of the Maithili language. The report was examined in the Ministry and it has been decided to choose quick action on some of the recommendations of the committee.