Gujarat HC quashes over 120 pleas by farmers against land acquisition for Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project
A division bench led by Justice A S Dave held that the compensation offered to farmers by the state government is fair.
The court did not strike down the amendment but directed that it will be applicable after July 25, 2019, only and not before.
Ayodhya case: SC closes contempt case against man for threatening advocate representing Muslim parties
A five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said the man had expressed regret for using such objectionable words in his communication to advocate Rajeev Dhavan.
The directions of the court were passed on a petition filed by Urmila Masih, a state government employee who had applied for maternity leave of six months from June 20, 2015 to December 9, 2015.
Justice P Ubaid has said there should be a law to regulate the selection of judges to the High Courts and the Supreme Court.
The Karnataka High Court has said that there is no possibility of online ordering and delivery of liquor in Karnataka in the absence of such a provision to enable it in the Karnataka Excise Act.
The MP from AIADMK party was booked in 2012 by Registrar of Companies for not producing records of the company for which he was the managing director.
The High Court on Wednesday observed that the allegations relating to PSC exam fraud, involving SFI leaders of Thiruvananthapuram University College, were grave.
In the Malayalam movie, directed by K G George, the bridge collapses on inauguration day
The court also criticised the lower court for not understanding the principles of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).
Therefore, it is imperative for the government to preserve, conserve and restore the heritage buildings of the cities.”
Guv help sought to make court, set up to hear cases against MPs & MLAs, functional
The judge said that he was inclined to modify condition 9(i) of the June GO and Clause (10), which omitted the relaxation, with certain directions.
A divisional bench of the Telangana High Court imposed a fine of `50,000 to a petitioner, who was accused in a cyberstalking case here on Wednesday.
After hearing the case, the bench issued notice to the state government to respond to the PIL and adjourned the case hearing.