A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh granted time to the parties for filing replies and rejoinders in the matter.
Sameer Khan was earlier arrested on January 13 this year by NCB in connection with a drug case. Khan was granted bail on September 27, after eight months in prison.
While further response to the direction is awaited from the government, the court order has already caused concern among community leaders and administrators.
The court observed that a “commercial quantity” of the drug was recovered from the woman-petitioner and the material on record disclosed that she is part of a network that deals in narcotics supply.
Raj Singh, who was appointed as a driver in 1980s, will also be paid Rs 19,900 as pension every month.
Strong scientific and circumstantial evidence collected by the probe team proved crucial in establishing, beyond a doubt, that Sooraj murdered Uthra.
Being constructed at a cost of Rs 64 crore on a piece of land measuring 25 acres, the Matia detention camp will be able to house 3,000 inmates at a time.
The case is related to a man seeking pre-arrest bail from a court after apprehending arrest by the officials of Khajuri Khas police station.
Justice Prateek Jalan dismissed the doctor’s plea, stating that the court’s decision did not emanate from a lack of gratitude, but from the limitations under the regulations governing the course.
Sriram informed the court that Pattabhi had mentioned the caste of the Chief Minister and his remarks incited violence.
Justice Rao once again passed interim orders, tersely directing officials to not touch the subject lands and not to dispossess anyone.
The Kerala High Court has directed the Ernakulam District Collector to take necessary steps to remove the sedimentation as far as possible to ensure free flow of water through the backwaters.
The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu government to chalk out a pilot programme for clearing major waterbodies of encroachments and rehabilitating the evicted occupants.
The Madras High Court decreed there should be no discrimination against marginalised sections of the society in providing access to burial grounds.
The Madurai Bench of Madras High Court recently sought a report from the State government on the steps taken to fill up vacancies in the Survey and Land Records Department.