Category: Meghalaya High Court

Meghalaya petroleum dealers’ ‘no purchase, no sale’ strike on Nov 25.

Source – The closure of supplies of petroleum products to four petrol pumps (retail outlets) in Meghalaya allegedly by the Assam Petroleum Mazdoor Union (APMU) has prompted petrol pump dealers to call for a strike on November 25. The strike under the Petroleum Dealers Association of Meghalaya (PDAM) has decided to protest against the closure of supplies to

Meghalaya: LRO threatens to move HC over destruction of Seng Khasi’s altar in Khongthong

Source: The Legal Rights Observatory (LRO), a legal rights group affiliated to RSS, has threatened to approach the Meghalaya High Court if the district administration fails to initiate action against people who are responsible for the destruction of a worship place of the Khasi traditional faith at Khongthong village in Sohra on June this year. Afre seeking intervention to

Plea to notify the transfer of Chief Justice of Meghalaya High Court

Source: Chennai: The All India Bar Association has requested the Central government to take forward the recommendation of the Supreme Court and notify the transfer of the incumbent Chief Justice of Meghalaya High Court A.K.Mittal, paving way for his quick assumption of charge as Chief Justice of Madras High Court. In a press release, Adish

Government seeks Supreme Court collegium rethink on Allahabad High Court judge

Source: The government is learnt to have asked the Supreme Court collegium to reconsider its recommendation to elevate an Allahabad High Court judge as chief justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court. While returning the file relating to Justice Vikram Nath last month, the government did not cite any reason, sources said. They added that

No miracle in 7 months, rescue team in search of Meghalaya miners wraps up mission

Source: New Delhi: Seven arduous months after hopelessly searching for the bodies of 13 miners trapped in an illegal coal mine at Ksan in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) and State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) teams are now packing their bags to go back home. The Supreme Court Friday