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The PIL sought directions for prescribing punishments to officials and engineers of municipal corporations across state responsible for unauthorised constructions and encroachments.
Thereafter, he sought to change his name in his election identity card.
The President on Thursday issued notification transferring of six high court judges.
A confident Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) will inform the Karnataka High Court on Monday that it has cleared garbage from all black spots in the city.
The President of India has appointed five new judges to the Karnataka High Court on Thursday.
The council of advertising gencies on Tuesday argued before the Karnataka High Court that the ban of advertisement has killed the industry and around 60,000 workers are on the streets.
Ranganatha contended that declaring byelections to Shivamogga, Ballari and Mandya is violative of Section 151-A of the Representation of Peoples Act.
Chief Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Justice S G Pandit told BBMP Commissioner N Manjunath Prasad, who was present in the court during the hearing of a PIL relating to potholes on Saturday.
Chief Justice Dinesh Maheshwari said with the elevation of Justice Bopanna, the working strength of judges of the Karnataka High Court has come down to 28.
The court has adjourned the hearing to Saturday (November 3). A special sitting will be conducting to hear the matter on that day.
The city’s population has crossed 1.2 crore, and its Swachh Bharat ranking has slid every time the survey has been conducted.
In another step to bring Bengaluru back to its former glory, the Karnataka High Court has now taken up the issue of cleanliness.
The court’s observation came as the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has failed to make city free from potholes despite being given more than a month’s time.
High Court said that the CBI, being a central agency is in a better position and can co-ordinate, collate the multiple leads obtained in the case and take the investigation to its logical end.
The Karnataka High Court on Friday said the Election Commission (EC) could proceed with the bypoll process to the three Lok Sabha constituencies in the state scheduled for November 3.