Category: Calcutta High Court

Objective for which my uncle died achieved: Mookerjee”s nephew

Source: Kolkata, Aug 5 Retired Justice Chittatosh Mookerjee, nephew of Bharatiya Jana Sangh founder Syama Pprasad Mookerjee, on Monday expressed happiness at the Centre repealing the Constitution”s Article 370, saying the objective for which his uncle fought and died have now been accomplished. “I am happy that the causes, for which my uncle Syama

Calcutta High Court rejects PILs on ownership of Biswa Bangla logo

Source: The Division Bench of Chief Justice T B N Radhakrishnan and Justice Arijit Banerjee of Calcutta High Court rejected two Public Interest Litigation (PIL) on the ownership of Biswa Bangla logo. The PILs sought investigation by central agencies into the controversial “Biswa Bangla” trademark, which was created by chief minister Mamata Banerjee for

Calcutta High Court Appoints Administrator On La Martiniere Schools’ Board Of Governors

Source: KOLKATA:  The Calcutta High Court on Thursday appointed an administrator on the La Martiniere schools’ board of governors to oversee its functions till disposal of a petition before it by four deposed members. A division bench comprising justices I P Mukerji and Md Nizamuddin appointed Justice (retired) Tapan Kumar Dutt of the Calcutta

Bengal government lawyers boycott Calcutta High Court judge

Source: he Bengal government’s panel of lawyers in Calcutta High Court, including advocate general Kishore Dutta, boycotted the court of Justice Samapti Chatterjee on Monday, saying the judge was not hearing their submissions properly. Justice Chatterjee said in an open court that she wasn’t bothered with the boycott. “The state panel lawyers have decided

Plea to declare chanting of Jai Shri Ram a fundamental right dismissed by Calcutta HC

Source: THE Calcutta High Court has dismissed a public interest petition seeking to declare the worship of Lord Rama and the chanting of “Joy Sree Ram” (Jai Shri Ram) a fundamental right. Citing an incident that had occurred on May 30, 2019 in Bhatpara, 24 Paragana, West Bengal, where seven people were arrested for chanting Joy Sree Ram while Chief Minister