In 2011, a team mandated by the Supreme Court opened five other vaults and inventory unveiled a wealth of Rs 1 lakh crore in the form of jewellery, idols, weapons, utensils, and coins.
The top court stated that it cannot accept Maharashtra's approach that all migrants are provided food and that it has no knowledge of any deficiency in dealing with migrant workers and none of them are left to be sent home.
The Ministry of Defence sought six months' time to comply with the earlier order attributing the delay to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Central government was also directed by the top court to send copies of orders passed on visa cancellation to the petitioners by email to the counsels.
The petitions sought to declare the decision of the MHA of blacklisting the foreign nationals who attended the Tablighi Jamaat congregation as "arbitrary".
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The petition sought more examination centres, a stay on the "opt-out" scheme, and better precautions from coronavirus for about 3.46 lakh CA students, who are scheduled to appear in the May cycle exams, to be conducted between July 29 and August 16.
The apex court stated that Rajasthan High Court order under challenge was passed a month back i.e. on May 29 and since then there has been no COVID-19 positive cases located in the examination centres.
CBSE and ICSE have also assured the court that the results of the examinations will be declared by July 15, the apex court observed.
However, ICSE doesn't agree to give option to students to write exam later, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informs Supreme Court.