Category: Jharkhand High Court

Fodder scam: Jolt for RJD as Jharkhand high court defers Lalu’s bail plea hearing

Source:- The Jharkhand high court on Friday deferred the hearing in RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s bail plea to December 11. “Party workers across the state were gearing up to accord a grand welcome to him. Some of them had even been arriving at former chief minister Rabri Devi’s 10, Circular Road residence since morning. But

Four Months On, Commission Probe on Vikas Dubey ‘Encounter’ Killing Still Pending

Source:- Lucknow: The three-member high-level judicial commission headed by former Supreme Court judge Justice B.S. Chauhan is likely to take a few more months to complete its probe into the police ‘encounter’ in which Kanpur gangster Vikas Dubey was killed about five months ago under suspicious circumstances. The commission of inquiry was set up by

Jharkhand Foundation Day: Date, history, facts and all you need to know

Source:- Jharkhand Foundation Day: Jharkhand, known as ‘The land of forest” or ‘Bushland’ is situated in northeastern India. Presently, Jharkhand state shares its border with Bihar to the north, Uttar Pradesh to the northwest, Chhattisgarh to the west, Odisha to the south and West Bengal to the east. On 15 November 2000, the Chota Nagpur

Lalu’s health deteriorates, may have to undergo dialysis

Source:- Incarcerated Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad is suffering from kidney malfunctioning and may have to undergo dialysis if his condition deteriorates further, doctors from the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) said on Sunday. “His blood creatinine levels are higher than normal. It would be too early to say whether he needs

FIR against journalists can’t be revived by interim order, Supreme Court tells Uttarakhand government

Source:- NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court told the Uttarakhand government on Tuesday that it cannot revive through an interim order the FIR against two journalists after it has already been quashed by the Nainital High Court. In its October 27 verdict, the high court had quashed the FIR lodged at Dehradun against the two scribes

“Not Double Engine But Trouble Engine”: Lalu Yadav Hits Out At PM Modi

Source:- Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, currently in jail, on Sunday took a shot at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “double engine” slogan for the BJP-Janata Dal (United) coalition terming it a “trouble engine”, ahead of the second phase of elections in Bihar.“It is a trouble engine, not a double engine. Where

Police raids fireworks dealers in Jugsalai

Source:- Steel city police raided the premises of six firecracker dealers at Jugsalai and seized goods worth several lakhs on Sunday evening, Dhalbhum sub-divisional officer (SDO), Nitish Kumar said the raid was carried out keeping in mind the densely-populated nature of Jugsalai. “The Jharkhand High Court directive prohibits sale of explosives in heavily populated areas.

U”khand CM moves SC against HC order for CBI probe into graft allegations

source:- New Delhi, Oct 28 (PTI) Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat moved the Supreme Court on Wednesday against the Nainital High Court order for a CBI probe into the allegations by two scribes that money was transferred into the accounts of his relatives in 2016 to support appointment of a person as head of

Rooftop media returns in Patna for Bihar Assembly Elections’ campaigning

Source:- The rooftop display sites prohibited under Section 3 of Bihar Prevention of Defacement Act, 1987, have made a comeback after Patna High Court granted permission. Century Group of Companies, recently been awarded outdoor media duties by Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) as part of Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 campaign, had filed a writ petition in

SC asks Centre to submit details regarding criminal cases pending against legislators across the country

Source:- The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre to submit details regarding criminal cases pending against legislators across the country, legal news website has reported. A bench headed by Justice NV Ramana noted that various High Courts had been asking for Video Conferencing facilities for effectuating disposal of pending criminal cases and asked