The Gujarat HC has suspended till March 10 the lower court's proceedings in a criminal defamation case filed against Rahul Gandhi.
When contacted for further details about the marriage, the petitioner's lawyer said the court has kept the matter for further hearing on February 12.
In the early hours of January 19, a truck ran over 15 people, including a one-year-old girl and eight women, sleeping on a pavement along Kim-Mandvi road.
While ordering the couple's release, the high court observed that police had shown "undue fervour" while dealing with this case of "inter-religion marriage".
Justice BN Karia, in his order, refused termination of pregnancy as sought by her family on the basis of the report of her clinical examination by a medical team.
The case was lodged against Jadeja in Porbandar after he was allegedly caught with weapons in 1998.
Justice GR Udhwani, who had tested COVID-19 positive on November 19, died at SAL Hospital due to complications arising out of the infection.
The nature of duty shall be appropriately decided by the authorities considering age, qualification and gender of rule violators, it said.
The FIR was registered by the CID (Crime) for the write-up in which Journalist Patel speculated the CM's likely replacement with Union minister Mansukh Mandaviya.
The first day of live streaming saw 1,500 viewers watching the proceedings. Like other high courts, the Gujarat HC has switched to virtual hearings after the Covid lockdown was put in place in March.
The applications pending before the Palanpur court are related to the case of planting of drug to allegedly frame a lawyer from Rajasthan.
Born in 1956, Shukla started his career as an advocate after completing his LLB. He served as Gujarat government's solicitor for two years from 1982 to 1984.
The judges have been hearing the PIL and related matters from their residences through video-conferencing.
Lawyers have been asked to respond to a series of questionnaires seeking their opinion and assessment about virtual hearing of cases.
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