Category: Jammu and Kashmir High Court

Jammu Kashmir High Court Records to Get Online Soon, Darbar Move 2020 – High court docket data to be moved with Durbar in Jammu and Kashmir shall be on-line.

Source – The official report of union-ruled Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court transferring with the court docket will now not be moved. This report is being digitized. The High Court has sought particulars from the personal firm on this regard. The High Court has acknowledged all its wants. Now corporations will make

Chandigarh: CAA is essentially anti-poor, says former IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan.

Source – “The CAA is essentially an anti-poor exercise which is now being marketed as a religious exercise,” said Kannan Gopinathan, a former IAS officer, who resigned from the Indian Administrative Services over the government’s decision to abrogate the Article 370, speaking at a panel discussion on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) held at the

J&K High Court Notification 2020 for Recruitment in different categories withdrawn, Check Official updates here.

Source – The High court of Jammu and Kashmir has withdrawn the recruitment notification for posts in different categories (Non-Gazetted) on 31 December 2019. As per the notice issued by Lieutenant Governor’s administration, “It is hereby notified for information of all the concerned that the advertisement Notice No. 09/2019 dated 26.12.2019, whereby applications were

Post-Article 370 abrogation, Jammu & Kashmir High Court opens jobs for candidates from all over India.

Source – In a first step of its kind, opening the state employment in the Union Territories of J&K and Ladakh for candidates from across the country after nullification of Article 370, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court has invited applications from eligible candidates from all over India to fill 33 vacancies with it.

Provide Facilities to Prisoners as per SC Directions: High Court Asks J&K, Ladakh Govt.

Source – Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Thursday asked the J&K government to provide all facilities to prisoners in Union territories of J&K and Ladakh in accordance with the Supreme Court directions. A bench of Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice Sindhu Sharma also emphasised upon the need to take disability audits

IAF personnel killing: TADA court to hear case against JKLF chief Yasin Malik on November 26.

Source – The TADA (Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Prevention Act) Court in Jammu on Tuesday ordered that it will hear the case against jailed separatist leader Yasin Malik for the killing of four Indian Air Force (IAF) personnel in Kashmir on November 26.  On September 10, 2019, a warrant was issued against Jammu and

Jammu and Kashmir transition into two Union Territories to be a ‘low key’ affair.

Source – The State of Jammu and Kashmir will transition into two Union Territories of J&K and Ladakh on October 31, and the process will begin with the swearing-in of the two newly appointed Lieutenant-Governors in Srinagar and Leh, respectively. The bifurcation and downgrade of the State into Union Territories will be a “low-key” affair, a

Farooq Abdullah’s sister and daughter released after 30 hours in prison

Source: The daughter and the sister of former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah and 11 other women, who were detained on Tuesday for protesting against abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, were released 30 hours later on Wednesday from the Srinagar Central Jail. Their counsel Altaf Khan said the women were made

In jail: Construction worker & leading lawyer

Source: One is a 19-year-old construction worker charged with aiding militants against Indian troops, the other is one of Kashmir’s most prominent lawyers, accused of being “an incorrigible secessionist”. Despite their different backgrounds, Uzair Maqbool Malik and Nazir Ahmad Ronga have something in common: they are among hundreds of people who have been detained

J&K HC Asks Agra Central Jail to Let J&K Detenus Meet Visiting Relatives

Source: New Delhi: Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey of Jammu and Kashmir high court’s Srinagar bench on Thursday directed the Agra Central Jail in charge to let a detenu’s brother-in-law meet him. Ishfaq Ahmad Ganie is a resident of Ari Gohal in Jammu and Kashmir’s Akad Mattan and has been detained in the Agra jail. His brother-in-law Sajjad Ahmad Bhat will now be able to meet him. The