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The oath was administered by Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik in a simple ceremony in the courtroom of chief justice
The high court questioned Asthana's counsel for not serving the petition to Verma and enjoying the interim order in his favour.
A bench of Justice Vibhu Bhakhru issued notices on the plea seeking setting aside of the breach of privilege proceedings.
Senior counsel CV Mohan Reddy, appearing for Jagan, contended that the statements made by the State Chief Minister and DGP would influence the SIT probe.
Though they were categorized as STs in Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, this was not the case in Telangana.
Holding peaceful protests is part of democracy, and suppressing them , the court observed.
On November 9, the Crime Branch had asked for six weeks time for submission of the chargesheet.
The court asked the Delhi government, prison authorities and TSP to respond to the allegations by January 14, 2019, the next date of hearing in the matter.
Seth, the senior-most judge of the MP High Court at present, was made acting Chief Justice after Chief Justice Hemant Gupta was elevated to the Supreme Court.
Jagan had moved the court on October 31 with a plea that the probe be entrusted to any appropriate independent agency not under the control of the Andhra Pradesh government.
The lawyers have been agitating over the demand and paralysing functioning of courts since September 5.
Sabarimala: State is bound to protect the rights of women pilgrims, Kerala government told High Court
The government informed that some political parties with their own agenda started a protest against the verdict of the Supreme Court and it was illegal.
The government’s decision to enter into a contract with the TBS created confusion as the responsibility of maintaining equipment was taken by the donors themselves.
Director General of Police (DGP) Dr R P Sharma on Sunday discussed with agitating advocates and senior police officials to resolve the cops-lawyers’ conflict amicably.
Organiser of event where celebratory firing takes place would also be responsible for any mishap, rules Delhi HC
Justice Vibhu Bakhru said the person organising the event has to ensure that his or her guests do not discharge firearms and ought to inform the police if celebratory firing takes place.