Category: Rajasthan High Court

Under Domestic Violence Act Can Divorced Wife Claim Right To Residence?

Source:- The Supreme Court in an ongoing judgment [Satish Chander Ahuja versus Sneha Ahuja] held that a woman can guarantee the privilege of the living arrangement in the houses claimed by family members also. This implies that she can look for living arrangement request concerning property which has a place with parents in law in

It is a game of skill: Rajasthan High Court rejects plea to ban Dream11

Source:- The Rajasthan High Court has dismissed a petition seeking a ban on Dream11 claiming the fantasy sports platform amounted to betting or gambling. The court said “the format of online fantasy game is a game of mere skill”. The petition also accused Dream11 of evading the goods and services tax (GST) since it is

Explainer: Why Gujjars in Rajasthan Are Protesting Over Reservations Again

Source:- Jaipur: A year after the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government in Rajasthan extended 5% reservation to the Gujjar community, along with four other communities, in public employment and education institutions, Gujjars led by Kirori Singh Bainsla on Saturday gathered at a community mahapanchayat in Bharatpur, demanding that the government accede to its reservation demands. This

Rajasthan high court extends stay on collecting school fee till October 20

Source:- Jaipur: A double bench of the Rajasthan high court on Wednesday extended the stay on collecting school fee by schools till October 20. The Rajasthan high court has directed the government to take a decision in this regard. The double bench of Chief Justice Indrajeet Mohanty and Justice SK Sharma had on October 1

SC directs Rajasthan EC to notify election program for civic polls within week

Source:- The Supreme Court, while refusing to interfere with a plea to extend the dates for Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota municipal corporation elections, on Thursday directed the Rajasthan Election Commission to notify the election program within one week.A bench headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar asked the Rajasthan government to file an application for extending the

Norms breached by BEd, MEd colleges

Source:- While teachers education colleges in Odisha have drawn the ire of the NCTE for repeatedly violating norms and a majority of them have been told not to take admission in the current academic session, in Rajasthan, the same NCTE has allegedly kept mum over violations of norms by many colleges and universities imparting BEd

Rajasthan HC dismisses state government’s plea to extend time limit for holding polls for six civic bodies

Source:-newindianexpress JAIPUR: The Rajasthan High Court has dismissed the state government’s application to extend time limit for holding elections for six newly created municipal corporations in the state. A division bench of Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty and Justice Prakash Gupta on Tuesday dismissed the application to defer the election from October 31 this year to

Raj HC temporarily stays Adani’s 1500 MW solar power project near Pokhran

Source:-standard The Rajasthan High Court on Tuesday temporarily stayed an Adani group’s joint venture project with the state government for building a 1500 MW solar energy park near Pokhran in Jaisalmer.A Jodhpur bench of the high court, while staying the project, also sought the Rajasthan government’s stand on a petition by local farmers challenging the

School authorities can charge 70% of tuition fees: Rajasthan High Court

Source:-hindustantimes The state government on July 7 through his orders said that collection of all outstanding dues, current applicable fees, and advance fees shall be deferred for a period of three months in respect of all students studying in non-governmental institutions. Giving interim orders on petitions filed against private school charging fess during covid times,

‘Can’t argue from garden’: Orissa high court on ‘horrible’ virtual hearings

Source:-hindustantimes The Orissa High Court has asked the State Bar Council and High Court Bar Association to advise the lawyers to maintain basic decorum and decency in court proceedings while appearing via video conferencing. Expressing his unhappiness over the lawyers’ conduct while appearing for the cases via video conferencing, HC judge Justice Biswanath Rath said