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Judicial officer Dr Akshaya Kumar Mishra and Additional Judge Shatrughana Pujahari took oath as Judges of the Orissa High Court on Monday.
The Government’s proposal to set up 12 ports is not making much headway even after disposal of a case pertaining to the port policy of the State by Orissa High Court.
The lawyers will join the courts from Thursday, Bar Association president Srikant Nayak said.
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.
The apex court collegium, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and comprising Justices Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph, has remitted the names saying they do not qualify the existing norms.
Sources said apart from Mishra, the names of three other judicial officers - Bibhu Prasad Routray, Gautam Sharma and Satyanarayan Mishra were also sent for consideration.
The lawyers under the banner of the Bar Association have been on indefinite strike since August 29 following the alleged assault on a colleague at Nuabazar here on the previous day.
One of the injured, a 23-year-old youth Santosh Nimayi of Ranihat has been admitted to the SCB Medical College and Hospital. His condition is stated to be critical.
The name of a legal expert has been recommended as fifth member of selection committee of Lokayukta.
The Orissa High Court Bar Association, in its general body meeting held on Wednesday, decided to continue cease work agitation till October 10.
It may sound bizarre but a community was on the verge of losing its Scheduled Tribe (ST) status in Odisha as its name had an ‘s’ suffixed to it.
The association also decided to gherao Naveen Nivas, the residence of Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, on September 27 to press its demand.
The Orissa High Court on Tuesday ordered a Crime Branch (CB) probe into the recent assault on a lawyer by police personnel here.
The lawyers' indefinite strike until the erring policemen are arrested has affected functioning of all city courts, tribunals and the high court.
Customary gifts and presents given to the bride or groom during marriage cannot be considered as dowry, Orissa High Court ruled.