In reply to a query from the bench, the counsel for Prajwala, said that 150 women who were rescued from prostitution racket, were being given shelter in the home.
A PIL filed by Kallem Karunakar Reddy, resident of Talamadugu village in Adilabad district, sought direction to the state government to extend financial aid to the affected farmers.
The court made it clear that the pre-election exercise should commence forthwith and the proposed polls should be held in accordance with the existing municipal laws.
The PIL was filed by Congress leader T Jeevan Reddy in 2016, challenging the government’s move to shift the State Secretariat offices to construct a new Secretariat in the same complex.
The petitioner sought the court to declare the above action of the State government as illegal.
The High Court has acquitted the accused in a murder case saying that the prosecution has failed to bring home guilt of the accused beyond all reasonable doubt.
The Telangana judge allowed the petition by declaring the said notification to be absent in the eye of law and directed the Tahsildar to consider the application afresh.
On May 13, the Supreme Court collegium recommended the Centre for appointing Justice Chauhan as the permanent Chief Justice of Telangana High Court.
Reacting to the submissions, the bench granted two weeks time to the State government for filing counter affidavit and adjourned the case hearing.
Petitioners’ counsel Raj Kumar urged the court to issue directions to the authorities to constitute gram sabha as provided in the Act to identify the forest dwelling tribals in the gram panchayats.
The bench dismissed the petitions saying that the Intermediate Board has done no mistake except for 0.16 per cent error which was negligible.
The SEC filed the petition challenging the inaction of the State in not confirming the delimitation of wards and in not notifying the reservation of seats to urban local bodies.
The Act mandates that each and every school has to furnish its accounts to the State government, but the private schools blatantly violated the provisions of the Act.
The bench was dealing with a petition filed by T Srinivas and 24 others of Mamidyala village in Mulug mandal of Siddipet district complaining that the revenue and police authorities.
According to the Supreme Court, Section 25 of the Evidence Act was enacted to eliminate from consideration confessions made to an officer who, by virtue of his position could extort by force.