Category: Telangana High Court

SC fines Bengal over rural court lapse.

Source:- telegraphindia.com The Supreme Court on Wednesday imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh each on seven states, including Bengal, for failing to file their response on setting up “Gram Nyayalayas” to take the administration of justice to the doorsteps of people. The other states to be fined are Assam, Gujarat, Haryana, Odisha, Punjab and

Professor C Kasim detention: Telangana HC asks if state is silencing voices of dissent.

Source – HYDERABAD: Expressing concern that voices of dissent are possibly being silenced by the State government, a division bench of Telangana High Court on Sunday directed the Telangana government to file a counter affidavit informing the status of the cases registered against detenu Prof Chinthakinda Kaseem between 2006 and 2019.  The bench also directed the State to

Telangana HC asks 5 questions over Chintakinda Kashim arrest.

Source – deccanchronicle.com Hyderabad: Expressing surprise that the police did not take action on Osmania University’s assistant professor Chintakinda Kashim for four years before suddenly arresting him on Saturday, the Telangana High Court on Sunday directed the Advocate-General to file a counter-affidavit to explain the five points. The court asked the AG to explain the status

New Telangana secretariat building to cost around Rs 300-400 cr, state govt tells HC.

Source – thenewsminute.com The Telangana government on Wednesday informed the Telangana High Court that it would require Rs 300-400 crore to build the new proposed secretariat. The state also sought a 12-month period to finish the construction of the new buildings. An expert committee last year had recommended demolishing the original buildings and constructing a

Reopen cases of missing kids: High Court plea.

Source – newindianexpress.com HYDERABAD:  A public interest litigation petition was filed in the Telangana High Court seeking direction to the State government to appoint a special police wing to reopen and investigate the cases of missing children across the State.  About 2,000 children, including 1,350 girls, went missing between 2015-2018 and were not traced till

Telangana High Court directs state to recruit food inspectors, controller.

Source – deccanchronicle.com Hyderabad: The Telangana High Court on Thursday directed the principal secretary, health, to submit details with regard to the number of posts required to be created in order to ensure that the health of the people is safeguarded. The direction was issued when the court was dealing with a public interest litigation it