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THE Hyderabad High Court has directed TS’ commissioner of panchayat raj and rural development not to announce the results for the posts of junior panchayat secretary till October 30.
Surprisingly, though the court order was issued on October 10, higher officials of the Education Department were either unaware of the development or unavailable for comment.
The Madras High Court has imposed an interim bar on recital/chanting of Tamil Prabandam of Acharya Vedanta Desika at Sri Devarajaswamy Temple at Kancheepuram.
The Madras High Court has quashed the detention of a person under Goondas Act because of the procedural flaws by the Puducherry government.
However, the Kochi Corporation is awaiting the council meeting to take up the issue for discussion.
When the authorities refused to pay compensation, society chairman P Eswaraiah moved the high court for relief.
In the petition, TOAK, the association of taxi operators in the state, said it is a major component of the state’s tourism industry, contributing 12 per cent of Kerala’s GDP.
An unidentified woman employee of the production company alleged that Bahl sexually assaulted her in Goa during a promotional tour for the movie 'Bombay Velvet' in 2015.
A bench of justices Hima Kohli and Rekha Palli said once the authorities had specifically prescribed a set of medical standards for recruitment, it is not open to court to tinker with those standards
Meanwhile, the HMDA counsel told the court that some of them have approached the high court and obtained stay orders from the single judge on the steps initiated by the HMDA.
The bench observed that Buddhism had never appreciated the fact of ‘caste’ in its ideologies and preaching. That being the case, the question of issuing a community certificate did not arise.
It was not proper to trouble the company citing the dispute of division of assets and liabilities between APIIC and TSIIC, the court told the Telangana government.
Vacation judge S Vaidyanathan gave the direction when a writ petition from M Shaik Abdullah, a stationery shop-owner in Badrian Street in Esplanade, came up for hearing on Tuesday.
The judge directed authorities not to dispossess the petitioners of the subject lands without payment of compensation as per the Land Act 2013.