Go for arbitration to resolve disputes: ACJ of Andhra Pradesh High Court

Source: newindianexpress.com VIJAYAWADA: A two-day workshop organised by the Hyderabad regional centre of International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ICADR) on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods (Arbitration) for R&B engineers began here on Tuesday. At the inaugural session, the chief guest, Acting Chief Justice (ACJ) of AP High Court C Praveen Kumar, highlighted the role

Bar Association of India condemns CBI action on Indira Jaising, Anand Grover, calls it unjustified

Source: scroll.in The Bar Association of India on Monday condemned the searches by the Central Bureau of Investigation at the homes and offices of senior advocates Indira Jaising and Anand Grover, PTI reported. The association said the CBI’s action was “excessive, disproportionate and unjustified”. The investigating agency had on July 11 conducted the searches in a

Burning for Over 100 Years, Jharkhand’s Underground Coal Fire Draws Supreme Court’s Attention

Source: news18.com New Delhi: As thousands sit on top of an active volcano, an underground coal fire burning for more than 100 years in Jharia in Jharkhand’s Dhanbad district has finally drawn the attention of the Supreme Court. Prioritising the case pending before it since 1997, the apex court has taken it upon itself to monitor

‘Returned Tamil Nadu bills on NEET in 2017’: Centre tells Madras High Court

Source: newindianexpress.com CHENNAI : The Central government submitted before the Madras High Court on Tuesday that it ‘returned’ the bills from Tamil Nadu seeking exemption from NEET-based medical admission in September 2017 itself. While so far it was believed that the bills sent by Tamil Nadu were pending for President’s approval, earlier this month the

Constitutionality of Telangana Heritage Act questioned

Source: telanganatoday.com Hyderabad: A two judge bench of the Telangana High Court comprising Chief Justice Raghavendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Shameem Akther, on Tuesday, heard inconclusive arguments in the batch of Public Interest Litigations filed against the proposed demolition of Erram Manzil. Niroop Reddy, counsel for one of the petitioners, questioned the constitutionality of the

Tripura: Two Rohingya men arrested near Bangladesh border

Source: scroll.in The Tripura Police on Tuesday claimed to have arrested two Rohingya men near the India-Bangladesh border after local people tipped them off, PTI reported. Mohammad Salim, a 21-year-old, and 20-year-old Jahangir Alam were arrested from Rajnagar village in West Tripura district the day before. “It was found during preliminary investigation that they had