Category: Punjab and Haryana High Court

Haryana tribunal row: High court summons Chandigarh adviser, DGP and home secretary

Source: hindustantimes.com Hours after the Punjab and Haryana high court on Tuesday asked three top Chandigarh administration officers to remain present in the court on Wednesday in view of agitating lawyers not allowing litigants to enter courts for nearly two weeks now, the Bar association said that litigants won’t be stopped from tomorrow. Those asked

SC Judge advocates legal literacy for all

Source: tribuneindia.com Justice Udai Umesh Lalit of the Supreme Court on Saturday opined that legal literacy could make a difference by making people understand their rights and duties. “Empowerment comes from knowledge, which brings enlightenment to help people from deprived sections of society,” he said. He was addressing students during the state-level annual students legal

Lawyers’ stir continues against Haryana move on administrative tribunal, litigants suffer

Source: indianexpress.com Amid a continuous protest outside gate no. 1 of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, litigants are facing a difficult time even in entering the court complex as the lawyers’ dharna against the decision to establish Haryana Administrative Tribunal by the state government has affected the functioning of the High Court. The pendency

Absence of injury on victim’s body does not discredit rape case: Punjab and Haryana HC

Source: indianexpress.com Dismissing the revision plea of a Sonipat juvenile against his conviction in a rape case, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled that the absence of external or internal injury on the victim’s body cannot discredit her allegation. “It shall not be appropriate to expect or presume that in all cases of

Punjab & Haryana HC lawyers on indefinite strike against Haryana tribunal

Source: theprint.in Chandigarh: Lawyers of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, on an indefinite strike against Haryana constituting a state administrative tribunal to adjudicate service-related matters, will take a call on their next course of action Monday.  The general body of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association met Friday and after a two-hour-long deliberation

National Lok Adalat organised throughout Punjab

Source:dailypioneer National Legal Services Authority under Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, Judge, Supreme Court of India organized National Lok Adalat all over the country and Punjab on Saturday. Under the guidance of Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain, Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court and Executive Chairman, Punjab State Legal Services Authority, National Lok Adalat was organized at

Kathua case: Punjab and Haryana High Court admits main convict Sanji Ram’s plea

Source: scroll.in The main convict in the Kathua gangrape and murder case on Friday appealed against his conviction to the Punjab and Haryana High Court, which admitted the petition on the same day. The court listed July 18 for the hearing of all the appeals by the six convicts in the case, The Indian Express reported. “Admitted. Recovery of