The single bench judge found fault with APPSC for not providing the examination paper in Telugu and directed the Commission to conduct the examination again.
He said Navayuga did not take any initiative with regard to State Support Agreement meant for incentives.
The State government has revoked the nine GOs issued to withdraw cases against elected representatives, the High Court of Andhra Pradesh was informed on Monday.
The government, however, had not set up a single old age home in any of the districts in the State, the petitioner’s counsel said and urged the court to issue necessary directions in this regard.
The AP High Court on Thursday expressed serious displeasure over the failure of special chief secretary to CM KS Jawahar Reddy to appear before it in a contempt petition.
Rijiju also informed the Parliament's upper house that the Supreme Court Collegium's recommendation for the appointment of eight more judges is being processed.
Justice Devanand said the court had first sentenced the eight officials to imprisonment and later struck down the same on the latter’s request.
The court also directed the State government and APCRDA to file affidavits periodically, detailing the progress of the implementation of its orders.