SUPREME COURT

SUPREME COURT DECLINES TO CONSIDER RAPIDO'S APPEAL AGAINST MAHARASHTRA GOVERNMENT'S DENIAL OF BIKE TAXI AGGREGATOR LICENSE

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Supreme Court Declines to Consider Rapido's Appeal against Maharashtra Government's Denial of Bike Taxi Aggregator License

The Supreme Court of India has recently declined to entertain the plea of Rapido, a leading bike taxi aggregator company, against the Maharashtra government's refusal to grant a license for its operations in the state. The case in question pertains to the company's request for a license to offer bike taxi services...

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SUPREME COURT REJECTS CHALLENGE AGAINST APPOINTMENT OF ADVOCATE VICTORIA GOWRI AS ADDITIONAL JUDGE OF MADRAS HIGH COURT

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Supreme Court Rejects Challenge Against Appointment of Advocate Victoria Gowri as Additional Judge of Madras High Court

The Supreme Court of India has dismissed a petition challenging the appointment of Advocate Victoria Gowri as an additional judge of the Madras High Court. The bench, consisting of Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian, rejected the plea on the grounds that the appointment was...

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"RIGHT TO DIE": SUPREME COURT SIMPLIFIES GUIDELINES ON LIVING WILL AND ADVANCE DIRECTIVE

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"Right to Die": Supreme Court Simplifies Guidelines on Living Will and Advance Directive

The Supreme Court of India recently made a landmark decision to make it easier for individuals to opt for passive euthanasia. This decision simplifies the guidelines on living will and advance directive that were established in 2018. Passive euthanasia is the act of withdrawing medical treatment with the intention...

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