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Karnataka government to go after "big encroachers" of <strong>land</strong>

Karnataka government to go after "big encroachers" of land

21 Nov 2014

Bengaluru: In the wake of Karnataka High Court's direction to the state government to act on big encroachers of government land and to clear encroachments of over five acres, Revenue Minister V Srinivas Prasad on Friday said the state government will take action on it on a war-footing.

Karnataka government,   Karnataka High Court,   land enroachers,   Revenue Minister,   V Srinivas Prasad,   ,  
Madras <strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong> quashes summons issued by magistrate <strong>court</strong> against DIG

Madras High Court quashes summons issued by magistrate court against DIG

22 Nov 2014

Madurai: The Madras High Court on Saturday quashed summons issued by a judicial magistrate in Kanyakumari district to Deputy Inspector General of Police Y John Nicholson on a private criminal complaint.

Madras High Court,   Deputy Inspector General,   Y John Nicholson,   Justice S Vimala,   Madurai bench,   O Homerlal,   ,  
BJP moves Supreme <strong>Court</strong> against <strong>High</strong> Court's verdict on Vedanta donations

BJP moves Supreme Court against High Court's verdict on Vedanta donations

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notice to Centre and Election Commission on BJP's plea challenging Delhi High Court's verdict holding the ruling party along with Congress prima facie guilty of violating the foreign funding law by receiving donations from UK-based Vedanta Resources' subsidiaries.

Supreme Court,   central government,   election commission,   BJP plea challenging the Delhi High Court order,   contribution by Indian subsidiary of an overseas-based company,   amounted to foreign contribution,   prohibited,   Vedanta Resources,   ,  
<strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong> gives six weeks time to UP government on PIL against Mayawati

High Court gives six weeks time to UP government on PIL against Mayawati

19 Nov 2014

Lucknow: The Allahabad High Court on Wednesday gave six weeks time to UP government to file its counter affidavit on a PIL seeking direction to the state to institute an inquiry against Mayawati for alleged misuse of public money in construction of memorials during her tenure as Chief Minister.

Allahabad High Court,   Uttar Pradesh Government,   Mayawati,   Noida,   Lucknow,   ,  
HC reserves <strong>order</strong> on disqualification of 4 rebel JD(U) MLAs

HC reserves order on disqualification of 4 rebel JD(U) MLAs

20 Nov 2014

Patna: The Patna High Court on Thursday reserved its order in a case challenging the disqualification of four rebel JD(U) MLAs from the Bihar Assembly.

HC,   High Court,   JD(U),   JD(U) MLA,   Justice Jyoti Sharan,   disqualification of JD(U) MLA,   Bihar Assembly,  
TN government challenges single judge's <strong>order</strong> allowing RSS marches

TN government challenges single judge's order allowing RSS marches

19 Nov 2014

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Government on Tuesday moved the Madras High Court challenging a single judge's order permitting the RSS to take out processions on its foundation day on November 9 in the state as it sought to pre-empt any contempt proceedings for blocking the rallies.

TN government,   RSS marches,   Madras High Court,   RSS,   RSS workers,  
Ensure devotees' safety during Puri temple mega ritual: Orissa HC

Ensure devotees' safety during Puri temple mega ritual: Orissa HC

22 Nov 2014

Cuttack: Orissa High Court has asked the state government to make proper and foolproof arrangements for every devotee to pay obeisance to the deities at Jagannath Temple in Puri during Nabakalebar festival next year. The HC order came on Friday while adjudicating over a PIL concerning the safety and security of the devotees during the mega festival next year.

Nabakalebar festival,   Orissa,   High Court,   devotee safety,   Jagannath Temple,   Puri temple,  
Coronation of next Imam has no legal sanctity: Delhi <strong>High</strong> <strong>Court</strong>

Coronation of next Imam has no legal sanctity: Delhi High Court

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday said the ceremony by Jama Masjid Shahi Imam Syed Ahmed Bukhari to annoint his son as his successor has no legal sanctity.

Shahi Imam Bhukhari,   Delhi High Court,   HC,   anointment ceremony,   Wakf,  
IT department loses Rs 18,000 crore transfer pricing case against Shell

IT department loses Rs 18,000 crore transfer pricing case against Shell

18 Nov 2014

Mumbai: On the heels of it losing a similar case against telecom major Vodafone, the IT department lost its Rs 18,000-crore transfer pricing cases against oil major Shell India at the Bombay High Court, which on Tuesday quashed the department's tax order.

Vodafone,   IT department,   Transfer pricing case,   Shell India,   Bombay High Court,   Tax order,  
Madras HC lament rules and regulations pertaining to admission in MBBS courses in the country

Madras HC lament rules and regulations pertaining to admission in MBBS courses in the country

21 Nov 2014

Chennai: The Madras High Court has lamented that rules and deadlines pertaining to admission to MBBS courses in the country have been changing so rapidly that no one knows "what the law is and where we stand." “Our education in law appears to be inadequate to understand the law of education," Justice V Ramasubramanian said while passing order on a batch of writ petitions filed by MBBS aspirants on Tuesday.

Madras,   High Court,   Madras HC,   rules,   regulations,   admission,   MBBS courses,  

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