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Article on September 02, 2021

Delhi Riots: Police Can’t Lodge 5 FIRs On Same Incident, Says Delhi HC

While maintaining one FIR, the high court quashed the other four lodged against the same accused in March last year at Jaffrabad Police Station and all the proceedings emanating therefrom.

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How Will Judges Work Asks Kerala HC On Plea Claiming Judicial Misconduct Against Judges

The court said it was only examining whether the pleas were maintainable and was not going into the allegations of judicial misconduct.

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Delhi HC Seeks Centre's Reply On Plea Claiming Harassment Of Petitioner Against Bharat Net Contracts

The society's lawyer Prashant Bhushan sought an order for protection from any coercive action, which was refused by the court.

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New Excise Policy: Delhi HC Seeks Response From Delhi Govt

The Delhi High Court Thursday sought response from Delhi government on a petition challenging a notice inviting bids for grant of 12 zonal retail licenses under the New Excise Policy 2021-22 on the ground of being manifestly arbitrary, discriminatory and unworkable.

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Bombay HC Asks Ailing Accused In Naxal Blast Case To Amend Plea And Seek Bail

Nirmala Uppuganti, the petitioner, has moved the court seeking that she be shifted from prison to a hospice as she is suffering from last-stage cancer.

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Supreme Court To Hear 40 'Death Cases' From Sep 7 Including LeT Terrorist Ashaf's Sentence

The list includes four review petitions of convicts whose appeals were dismissed by the court upholding death penalty.

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CEO, CFO Of Scam-Hit Karvy Arrested In IndusInd Bank Default Case

The police had earlier arrested C Parthasarathy, Chairman of Karvy, on charges of defaulting a loan to the tune of Rs 137 crore to IndusInd Bank.

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Delhi Riots: Failure To Conduct Proper Probe Will Torment Sentinels Of Democracy, Says Delhi Court

Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav called the case a colossal wastage of the hard-earned money of taxpayers in which the police merely tried to pull the wool over the court's eyes and nothing else.

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Madras HC Declares Wife As Copyright Owner Of Literary Works Of Pulavar Keeran

Rejecting the claims of S Vijayaraghavan, proprietor of Vani Recording Company, the defendant in the case, the judge pointed out that there is no evidence to show that the recordings were made by Pulavar Keeran under any contract of service or during the course of his employment with the firm.

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MP High Court Refuses To Lift Stay To Ordinance Which Increased OBC Quota

The stay order of March 19, 2019, affected admissions to post-graduate medical courses and also government recruitment, the state contended before the HC.

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