A vacation division bench of Justice S G Pandit and Justice M G Uma posted the matter to May 23, 2022, which will be heard by the roster bench.
The Karnataka High Court will hear on Monday a plea by the Karnataka State Election Commission about holding the all-important Zilla Panchayat and Taluk Panchayat elections.
The Karnataka High Court will hear on May 17 a plea by the Karnataka State Election Commission about holding Zilla Panchayat and Taluk Panchayat elections.
However, on May 4 and 5, the state government passed the orders withdrawing the earlier order of March 8, 2019.
Section 2 of the Act specifies that an abandoned child is a child deserted by his biological or adoptive parents or guardians who has been declared abandoned by the committee.
The top court refused to stay trial in the case. The matter would be heard in July.
The court noted that there are discernible consequences adverse to the interest of the individual concerned who may not be an accused.
The state government on Saturday formed an independent commission headed by Justice Dr K Bhakthavatsala, former judge of Karnataka High Court,
The Karnataka High Court said that sanction by the state or central government is necessary to prosecute an advocate or notary if cases are registered against them for any lapses.
If not, the time has come to ‘nip frivolous registration of crime, in its bud’, the court added.
Home Minister Araga Jnanendra on Friday said the government will move the High Court urging it to constitute a fast track court for speedy trial of the case involving PSI-CET scam accused.
‘Case, a tool of extortion by taking advantage of vulnerable students’
The police have arrested around 30 people in connection with the scam and an FIR has been filed against 10 candidates, including Rachana and Jagrut, so far.
The doctor further goes on to say the petitioner is required for monitoring his mother and that Osteoarthritis is a critical illness.