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SC Issues Fresh Writ Petition Challenging Centre Notification Providing 27% Reservation - (17 Sep 2021)

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Supreme Court has issued notice in a fresh writ petition challenging Centre's notification dated July 29, 2021 ("impugned notification") providing 27% reservation for OBC and 10% for EWS in All India Quota ("AIQ") in admission to Postgraduate ("PG") medical courses.

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