The management of the religious school had contended before the high court that the school had been built on the land donated through an oral gift deed.
The accused, Prakash Pandya, was part of a procession that was taken out to celebrate the festival on April 10 and he was purportedly seen wielding a sword in a CCTV grab.
Gauhati HC CJ Dhulia, Justice Pardiwala of Gujarat HC take oath as SC judges as apex court reaches its full strength of 34 judges
CJI N V Ramana administered the oath of office to justices Dhulia and Pardiwala during a function at the newly-built auditorium of the additional building complex of the apex court.
GST is not charged on the sale of land and 1/3rd of the total amount is deemed as value of land, and hence deducted from overall cost of construction of a flat or bungalow.
SC to regain full strength, collegium for elevation of Gauhati HC CJ, Justice Pardiwala of Gujarat HC
Justice Pardiwala would go on to become the CJI for over two years if the recommendation is accepted by the Centre.
Narayan Sai, son of jailed godman Asaram, is currently lodged in a Surat jail for repeatedly sexually assaulting a woman at his father's ashram between 2002 and 2005.
The court was hearing a PIL challenging a government circular which made it mandatory for all school students to attend physical classes.
Justice VM Pancholi posted the hearing to April 8 and said the interim stay granted earlier on the proceedings will continue till then.
Why insist on 100 per cent offline attendance in schools when pandemic risk remains? Gujarat HC asks government
A division bench of Chief Justice Arvind Kumar and Justice Ashutosh Kumar said the government should rather leave it to the discretion of parents as far as the school attendance is concerned.
2008 serial blast case: Gujarat HC issues notices to 38 convicts for confirmation of death sentence under CrPC
As per section 366 of the CrPC, a death sentence is not executed unless it is confirmed by a High Court in case the sentence is awarded by a sessions court.
The affected families have lived there for the last 50 years and the proposed buffer zone is not such a project that will require land acquisition without an SIA, the counsel maintained.
The apex court upheld a Gujarat HC order directing the state government to pay pensionary benefits to a man who retired after rendering more than 30 years of service.
The apex court passed the order while hearing a plea against the September last year order of the high court which had suspended the life sentence awarded to the former MP by a trial court.
The curbs will come into effect from Wednesday, as per a circular issued by the HC's registrar general on Monday.
A bench of Justices JB Pardiwala and Niral Mehta overruled the order of the family court directing the woman to stay with her husband and establish marital rights.