RAS Mains 2016 Results Cancelled, Interview Postponed

RAS Mains Exam 2016 Results is Cancelled Today, 26th August 2016 by Rajasthan High court as per Media report due to SBC reservation and and recent court decision.  Court direct to issue revised results on appeal of Mansi Tiwari and others.  ZeeTV Rajasthan also twitted:   #BreakingNews RAS भर्ती 2016 मुख्य परीक्षा #SBC आरक्षण देने के चलते निरस्त,#हाईकोर्ट ने #RPSC को दुबारा परिणाम जारी करने के दिए निर्देश. As per our analysis it will not affect the ongoing RAS selection process, except some more candidates might joins selection process as per court judgement. However final call is by RPSC Ajmer which is uploaded on Official website of RPSC Ajmer:  https://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/

RPSC Ajmer issued press note for RAS Mains 2016 regarding postpone of Interview due to unavoidable reason, which hope we all know know. Check Press Note of RPSC, Ajmer.

Right to Privacy is Fundamental Right - Supreme Court 9 Judge bench Decision

Right to Privacy is Fundamental Right as per Supreme Court in a landmark verdict on 24th August 2017. 9 judges were unanimous in their finding, though they cited different reasons for their conclusion.  A nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court has ruled that Indians enjoy a fundamental right to privacy, that it is intrinsic to life and liberty and thus comes under Article 21 of the Indian constitution it will also overrules the 1961 Kharak Singh verdict now. The right to privacy verdict is a major setback for the government, which had argued that the constitution does not guarantee individual privacy as an inalienable fundamental right. The bench comprised Khehar and Justices J. Chelameswar, S.A. Bobde, R.K. Agrawal, Rohinton Nariman, A.M. Sapre, D.Y. Chandrachud, Sanjay Kishan Kaul and S. Abdul Nazeer.
In declaring privacy to be a fundamental right, the Supreme Court has overruled verdicts given in the M.P. Sharma case in 1958 and the Kharak Singh case in 1961, both of which said that the right to privacy is not protected under the Indian constitution. The court’s written judgement will be made available later in the afternoon and this story will be updated with details on whether it chose to sketch the contours of a right to privacy or detail how it may or may not be restricted in various applications. The petitioners, former Karnataka high court judge Justice K.S. Puttaswamy and others, had contended that the biometric data and iris scan that was being collected for issuing Aadhaar cards violated the citizen’s fundamental right to privacy as their personal data was not being protected and was vulnerable to exposure and misuse. Arguments on behalf of the petitioners were made by senior advocates Gopal Subramanium, Shaym Divan, Sajan Poovaya, Arvind Grover and Indira Jaising, and former attorney general Soli Sorabjee.

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