Daily Updates 11 August 2020

Daily News Update 11 August 2020

Daily News Update-

  1.  Supreme Court orders that daughters are entitled to equal property rights under the amended Hindu Succession Act.
  2. The Bhopal court imposed a fine of Rs. 6,000/- each on 12 Tablighi Jamaat members from Kyrgyzstan for violation of COVID-19 restrictions in the month of March in Delhi.
  3. The SC reserved its order on permitting telecom companies to make staggered payments over 15 years and adjourned hearing to August 14.
  4. The committee on vaccine administration will engage with all the stakeholders including state government and vaccine manufacturers on 12th Aug, according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), three Indian COVID-19 vaccines are in different phases of clinical testing at present.
  5. DGCA suspends two senior executives of Air Asia India over safety violations.
  6. Sushant Singh Rajput’s Death case: Rhea Chakraborty moved to the Supreme Court with a fresh Plea, alleging unfair media trail and also filed a fresh affidavit which states that Bihar Government does not have jurisdiction to probe and try the matter and also submitted that transfer of the case to the CBI by Bihar Police is without jurisdiction.
  7. CLAT 2020: The Consortium of National Law Universities has announced the exam date and eligibility test of CLAT 2020 is scheduled on 7th September between 2 pm and 4 pm.
  8. The Gujarat Government increased the Fine for not wearing masks in public places to Rs. 1000/-.
  9. The Bombay high court last week stayed an order passed by a deputy registrar of cooperative societies in the city, Directing a co-operative housing society at Dindoshi to issue no-objection certificates to one of its members for improvement and change of user of his premises.
  10. Despite granting the bail-in Cheque Bounce case, the Accused kept in jail for a week illegally, DG prisons apologizes to HC. The Delhi HC directed DSLSA to conduct specialized module training for jail superintendents, Deputy superintendents, and assistant superintendents with a focus on their duties and obligation and right of prisoners.
  11. The Sabarimala temple festival beginning November 16 will be held as per the COVID-19 protocol and pilgrim flow will be regulated through the virtual queue system.
  12. The Modi govt has dismissed the reports which had claimed that schools and colleges, that have been closed since Mid- March may open from September 1. Schools, colleges to remain shut, but it won’t be Zero Academic year.

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