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Missing answersheets: HC directs allotment of engineering seat to boy

Missing answersheets: HC directs allotment of engineering seat to boy

28 Aug 2014

Madurai: The Madras High Court directed the Secretary of Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission 2014 to provide admission to a student who got 40 marks more after examination authorities agreed that four of his Plus Two mathematics answersheets of the board exam were missing.

Madras High Court,   K K Sasidharan,   Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission,   TNEA,  
I will return soon, says Lalit Modi after <strong>Court</strong> restores passport

I will return soon, says Lalit Modi after Court restores passport

28 Aug 2014

London: Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi said he plans to return to India "sooner rather than later" after his passport was restored by the Delhi High Court.

Indian Premier League,   IPL,   IPL commissioner,   Lalit Modi,   Lalit Modi passport,   Delhi High Court,  
Sensex hits new <strong>high</strong> of 26,642.81 points on capital inflows

Sensex hits new high of 26,642.81 points on capital inflows

28 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Continuing its winning streak for the sixth straight session, the benchmark BSE Sensex on Thursday climbed over 82 points to hit yet another record of 26,642.81 in the morning trade, led by wide-spread gains on sustained capital inflows.

Sensex,   BSE,   NSE,   Nifty,   rupee,   economy,   Indian economy ,  
Dayanidhi Maran moves SC seeking to restraint CBI from filing chargesheet

Dayanidhi Maran moves SC seeking to restraint CBI from filing chargesheet

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran approached the Supreme Court seeking to restrain CBI from filing chargesheet against him in 2G spectrum allocation scam allegedly involving Aircel-Maxis deal.

Dayanidhi Maran,   SC,   Supreme Court,   CBI,   2G spectrum,   R M Lodha,  
Payment of compensation mandatory, says Madras <strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong>

Payment of compensation mandatory, says Madras High Court

27 Aug 2014

Madurai: Observing that payment of compensation for erecting towers was not a formality but a mandatory, the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court on Wednesday directed the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board to give compensation to the land owners for erecting high tension electrical towers in their lands.

Payment,   High Court,   TN electricity board,   electrical towers,   Madras High Court,  
HC orders restoration of passport of Lalit Modi

HC orders restoration of passport of Lalit Modi

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday ordered restoration of the passport of former Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Kumar Modi, paving the way for his return to the country.

High Court,   Lalit Modi,   UK,   United Kingdom,   IPL,   Rajasthan Cricket Board,   Mumbai High Court,  
Tipplers may head to Kerala borders to get their fill

Tipplers may head to Kerala borders to get their fill

27 Aug 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Liquor vends at Kerala's borders are likely to see a jump in sales as the state will see the introduction of prohibition in a phased manner.

Kerala Tipplers,   Kerala board,   Liquor-free state,   Liquor ban,   Mahe,   Kerala government,   Kerala High Court,   New liquor policy,   Dry day,   Dry state,   Kerala CM,   Oommen Chandy,  
<strong>Allahabad</strong> HC grants bail to Pandher in five Nithari cases

Allahabad HC grants bail to Pandher in five Nithari cases

04 Aug 2014

Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court on Monday granted bail to Moninder Singh Pandher, a prime accused in the infamous Nithari serial killings, in five cases but he is unlikely to come out of the jail as at least eight other cases of murder were still pending against him.

Allahabad High Court,   Moninder Singh Pandher,   Nithari serial killings,   Surendra Koli,   Nithari,  
Bar owners approach <strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong> challenging government’s decision

Bar owners approach High Court challenging government’s decision

25 Aug 2014

Kochi: Bar owners in Kerala on Monday approached the High Court challenging the government's decision to close over 700 bar hotels in the state maintaining it was discriminatory. According to the petitioners all licenses should be considered as one class. Licenses granted to five star hotels and other bars cannot be treated differently.

Bar owners,   High Court,   government’s decision,   liquor,   bars,   Kerala government,  
Payment default case: Kingfisher moves HC against PNB notice

Payment default case: Kingfisher moves HC against PNB notice

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Kingfisher Airlines on Tuesday moved the Delhi High Court against Punjab National Bank's notice alleging the carrier has willfully defaulted in payment of outstanding dues of over Rs 770 crore.

Kingfisher Airlines,   Delhi High Court,   Punjab National Bank,   PNB notice,   Payment default case ,  

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