Category: Orissa High Court

Odisha to open 45 fast track courts.

Source – BHUBANESWAR: In order to ensure speedy disposal of sexual crimes against women and children, Odisha Government on Tuesday decided to set up 45 fast track courts in the State. The move comes after Union Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad asked the States and the Chief Justices of High Courts to

Orissa HC-Monitored SIT Begins Probe Into Kunduli Rape & Suicide.

Source – Koraput: A three-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) began to probe the much-talked-about Kunduli rape and suicide case by meeting the victim’s mother, aunt and brother in Koraput on Monday. The development came two weeks after the Orissa High Court directed the state government to shortlist three senior police officers in the rank

‘Neither For Audit Nor For Inventory,’ Odisha Govt Has No Plans To Open Jagannath Temple Money Vault.

Source – The Naveen Patnaik-led Odisha government has once again clarified that it has “no plans” to open the locks — neither for audit nor for the inventory — of the Ratna Bhandar at the Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri. The last time the government opened the locks of the treasury was way back

Odisha HC to PFA: Pay higher pension to CUCB employees.

Source – CUTTACK:  The Orissa High Court has directed Provident Fund Authority (PFA) to sanction higher pension for employees of Cuttack Urban Cooperative Bank (CUCB) under Employee Pension Scheme in accordance with the Supreme Court’s judgment on October 4, 2016. Employees of CUCB like all employees in the organised sector contribute 12 per cent of

CBSE Board Exam 2020: Odisha High Court (HC) orders CBSE Four week time to decide Exam Fee Hike.

Source – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national education board that looks into the curriculum and the educational system of schools affiliated to it. Besides all major government schools, it also has a huge number to private schools under its ambit. One of the important examinations conducted by the CBSE

Give security to litigants, lawyers: Orissa HC.

Source – The Orissa High Court on Tuesday ordered the Superintendent of Police of Sambalpur district to provide adequate security to the litigants and advocates who approach the local district and sessions court for their case hearing. Adjudicating on a PIL filed by advocate Shivsankar Mohanty, a Division Bench headed by Chief Justice K.S.