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SC will review plea of removal trees around Taj Mahal’s zone

The Supreme Court will review the plea of a petition filed by the Agra Mental Hospital for cutting trees around Agra’s Taj Mahal Trapezium zone. The plea has been filed because the dried-up trees near the hospital were scaring the patients. The plea will be reviewed by the three-judge bench headed by CJI Sharad Arvind Bobde. The Taj Trapezium Zone around Taj was created to protect from the pollution. Src: https://bit.ly/2py5c4Y

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SC directs Army to permanently commission 10 women who were barred from it in 2010

10 lady personnel of Indian Army approached the Supreme Court to get a permanent commission in the Indian Army after they were barred from it in 2010. The government agreed on the permanent commission of the women in the Indian Army but the women who made the plea were left out from the decision. The Supreme Court said that it will pass an order to commission those women into the Force if not done voluntarily by the Army. The new rules will need the lady personnel to confirm a permanent commission within 4 years of their joining. Src: https://bit.ly/341PVs7

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Hotels to be held responsible if a car gets lost from valet parking: Supreme Court

Supreme Court pronounced that hotels will be held responsible if a car gets lost or stolen from the valet parking. The Apex court explained that the hotel-owner cannot contract out of liability for its negligence or that of its servants in respect of a vehicle of its guest in any circumstance. Once the possession of the vehicle is handed to the hotel staff or valet, then it is their duty to return the car in a safe condition. Src: https://bit.ly/2CSbwaE

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Ex-Ranbaxy Promoters Singh brothers guilty of contempt: Supreme Court

Supreme Court announced the Ex-Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder Singh and his brother Shivinder Singh guilty of contempt in the case filed by Japanese firm Daiichi Sankyo and also held Fortis Healthcare guilty of contempt. The apex court informed that Malvinder and Shivinder Singh can get away from contempt if they deposit INR 1,175 crore each to the court. The Japanese firm had accused the Singh brothers of repressing facts during the sale. Src: https://bit.ly/377QVNt

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