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Andhra Pradesh High Court Decides With Regard to Criminal Petition Pending Before the ACB Court

A single-judge bench consisting of Honorable Justice Kongara Vijayalakshmi passed orders on the Writ Petition no. 9425 of 2021. The Writ Petition was filed by the Petitioner declaring the actions of the Respondent in not disposing Petitioners appeal no....

Unlawful Operations of Bricklin Without Any License, Cannot Be Closed Without a Notice and Opportunity To Explain Reasons: High Court of Madras

Excerpt A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying to issue a Writ of Certiorari, calling for records of the notice of Respondent No. 2 to 4 in connection with the notice for closure...

In Case of Illegal Excavation/ Transportation in Prohibited Areas, Person Will Be Penalized: Andhra Pradesh High Court 

EXCERPT A single-judge bench consisting of Honorable Justice Battu Devananda gave orders on the Writ Petition no. 9604 of 2021. The Writ was filed under article 226 of the constitution seeking to issue Writ of Mandamus against the actions of...

Wife Disentitled To Receive Pensionary Benefits of Deceased If Marriage Was Void: Telangana High Court

An appeal was filed by the respondents against the judgment passed by the family court on the 6th day of February 2013. 

ID Proof Required To Attend Commute to Legal Forum for Advocates and Their Clerks: Kerala High Court

The Vacation Bench of Justices Devan Ramachandran and Dr Kauser Edappagath heard the PIL seeking to consider advocates and advocate clerks as ‘essential services’ amid the restrictions imposed in Kerala due to COVID.

Central Information Commission States That CPIO Is Not Obliged to Respond to RTI Query Based on One’s Personal Opinion

Y.K Sinha, Chief Information Commissioner will decide the second appeal filed by the Appellant.

Advocates and Their Clerks Allowed to Travel for Physical Sittings During Lockdown: Kerala High Court

The Division bench led by Justices Devan Ramachandran and Dr Kauser Edappagath directed the State Police Chief to allow Advocates and their clerks to travel to Courts during the lockdown if physical sittings are notified, provided they carry an undertaking in the prescription.

Bombay High Court Issues Further COVID-19 Protocols for Goa Travelers

Bombay High court Bench at Goa, on Thursday, directed the Goa Administrative department of the State to make sure that “no persons are permitted entry into the State without a negativity certificate issued within 72 hours from the time the travellers seek entry into the State without a negativity certificate issued within 72 hours from the time the travellers seek entry into the State.”

Cannot Regularize Encroachment by Protecting Petitioner’s Possession: Gujarat High Court

A petition filed under Article 227 of the Constitution of India for quashing and setting aside the Orders passed by the Special Secretary (Appeals) Revenue Department Collector, Ahmedabad which is allowed by the honourable Court.

RTI Application Rejected as Pointwise Reply Had Already Been Provided: Information Commission

Y.K Sinha, Chief Information Commissioner will decide the Second Appeal filed by the Appellant.
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Uttarakhand High Court Reduces Imprisonment Sentence to Sixteen Months Under Section 307, IPC

The present appeal was directed against the judgment and order dated 04.02.2021 passed by the Sessions Judge, Haldwani, Nainital in S.T. No.47 of 2018 in the High Court of Uttarakhand.
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Andhra Pradesh High Court Allows Writ Petition for Appointment of Vice-Chancellor at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Accordance With Law

On 7.05.2021, the Andhra Pradesh High Court had heard the Writ Petition via Video Conferencing on the subject of issuing a Quo Warranto contending that the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University(JNTU) was void ab initio. The PIL was allowed by the court. 

Petition Before Andhra Pradesh High Court Points Out Irregularities Which Vitiate Fair and Free Elections To Various Divisions of Eluru Municipal Corporation

The writ petition made directing the respondents to rectify the errors and illegalities pointed out by the petitioners, before issuing a notification to conduct fair and free elections in Eluru Municipal Corporation without waiting for a copy of this order, as requested by the Learned Government Pleader for Municipal Administration, to proceed with the process of rectification of errors in Electoral Roll of Eluru Municipal Corporation.

Sikkim High Court: Vehicular Accident Victim Forced to settle for Lesser Compensation Than Initial Claim

Petitioner has filed a complaint claiming monetary compensation against the accident in which she was the victim. The High Court of Sikkim modified the claims and by the tribunals and finalized the amount at Rs. 8,30,059.43.

The High Court of Gauhati Acknowledges Problem in Appointment of Legal Officials

Introduction A writ petition has been filed by several petitioners upon the improper transfer of their posts as Additional Public Prosecutor to the respondents Facts of...