1- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 the contempt petition filed by Tushar Gandhi in the hate speech case.
In a major relief to the Uttarakhand government and the DGP in the last hearing, the court removed both of them from the list of parties in the contempt petition filed by activist Tushar Gandhi for allegedly not taking any action in the cases of hate speech in religious gatherings. was.
2- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 the PIL filed regarding the mismanagement of health facilities.
The petition has been filed by NGO Jan Swasthya Abhiyan. The petition claimed that private health centers are exploiting patients.
Uniform treatment protocol is not being followed in hospitals.
3- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 a petition filed against the age restriction of 35 years on the reproductive rights of women to conduct pre-conception and pre-natal diagnostic tests.
The Supreme Court was hearing a petition filed by advocate Meera Kaur Patel, contending that section 4(3)(i) of the Pre-conception and Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act does not limit the age of 35 years.
The Age Restrictions Act, of 1994 is a restriction on the reproductive rights of women.
4- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 a petition filed by former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa in a corruption case.
In the last hearing, the court asked Yeddyurappa to implead the Karnataka government in his petition and issued notice to the state.
The Karnataka High Court had on September 7 restored a private complaint against BJP leader Yeddyurappa and his family members for allegedly taking bribes for awarding government contracts.
Earlier, a local sessions court had dismissed a petition seeking a probe into corruption charges against Yeddyurappa as the then-governor refused to sanction it.
5- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 the bail pleas of Christian Michel James, the mediator in the AgustaWestland chopper scam.
In this, CBI and ED have registered two separate cases. Earlier in May, the Supreme Court had sought answers from the CBI and the ED on the bail pleas.
The scam, worth about Rs 3,600 crore, pertains to the purchase of 12 VVIP helicopters from AgustaWestland.
6- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 a petition filed by Mayank Mehta, a relative of fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi, an accused in the Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case.
Mehta had told the Supreme Court that transactions in his bank accounts, including those in Singapore, were frozen.
The ban has been imposed after the Enforcement Directorate (ED) registered a money laundering case.
The court had said that all communication with the bank
7- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 the petition demanding the inclusion of Hindu Mahasabha President Swami Chakrapani Maharaj in the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust.
Swami Chakrapani Maharaj has filed a petition in the Supreme Court. Said in the petition that he was a party in the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case but he has not been included in the Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Trust.
8- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 a petition seeking to fill vacancies in the Kolkata bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT).
In the last hearing, the court had extended the tenure of one judicial member and one administrative member till new appointments were made.
According to the government, a proposal to appoint 17 administrative members across the country has been submitted to the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet.
9- The Supreme Court will hear on December 2 the contempt petition filed by Soni Kumari in Jharkhand’s high school teacher appointment case.
In the last hearing, the court issued a notice to the Jharkhand government.
Also ordered to restore the status quo in the matter. Through High School Recruitment Advertisement No. 21/ 2016, the recruitment process was going on in High School in Jharkhand.
In this, Soni Kumar and others had filed contempt in the Supreme Court.
It was said in this that the order of the Supreme Court is not being followed.
10- The Delhi High Court will hear on December 2 the petition filed by the 11 children rescued from the brothel.
In the last hearing, the High Court had asked the Delhi State Legal Services Authority (DSLSA) to give its suggestions or guidelines regarding the safety of children rescued from brothels so that their safety can be ensured.
Those children have been handed over to their families whether at the direction of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) or any other authority.
The court had given this statement in the year 2015 in the case of 11 children rescued from brothels.
11- Pinky Irani, arrested by the Economic Offenses Wing of Delhi Police in the Rs 200 crore recovery case of Sukesh Chandrashekhar, will be produced in the Patiala House Court on December 2 after the remand period is over.
Pinky Irani’s name also cropped up during the interrogation of Nora Fatehi and Jacqueline Fernandez.
It was told that Pinky Irani was Sukesh’s manager. Sukesh gave gifts and money to Jacqueline only through Pinky Irani.
It was Pinky Irani who got Sukesh and Jacqueline to meet.