Month: January 2021

SC paves way for construction of NH

Source:- Excelsior CorrespondentSRINAGAR, Jan 19: The Supreme Court has paved way for construction of road widening and flyover on National Highway connecting the Jammu-Akhnoor-Poonch and Rajouri, by staying the operation of order of High Court whereby status quo was directed to be maintained.The three Judge bench comprising Justice A M Khanwilkar, Justice B R Gawai

Orissa High Court issues notice to government over non-appointment of authority

Source:- CUTTACK: The Orissa High Court has issued notice to the State government on a petition seeking intervention against its inaction in appointing a competent authority for registration of association of apartment owners required under the Odisha Apartment Ownership Act, 1982. The petition said an absolute vacuum like situation is prevailing for the past five

Andhra Pradesh High Court clears decks for conducting panchayat polls from February 5

Source:- VIJAYAWADA: Clearing the decks for the conduct of elections to local bodies in the State as per schedule, a division bench of the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Thursday set aside the order of the single judge suspending the notification issued by the State Election Commission (SEC) to hold polls in four phases from

Politicians making irresponsible statements, won’t be surprised if they are lynched: Delhi HC

Source:- The Delhi High Court Thursday said that political leaders were not bothered about citizens and were making all kinds of irresponsible statements to further their political agenda. It further said that it won’t be surprised if such politicians are “lynched by the public”. “What have we come to? What kind of a country, society

Abhishek Banerjee sends legal notice to Suvendu for graft allegation

Source:- Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee has sent a legal notice to BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari and sought an unconditional apology from him within 36 hours for levelling corruption allegations against him. Adhikari had made “vile, uncouth, false, malicious, and defamatory” statements against the Diamond Harbour MP during a BJP meeting at Khejuri on Tuesday,

SC upholds bail for Azam Khan, wife and son in forgery case

Source:- The Allahabad High Court had granted bail Samajwadi Party MP Azam Khan, his wife Tazeen Fatima and son Abdullah Azam Khan in a case of alleged forgery of Abdullah’s birth certificate(HT FILE PHOTO)INDIA NEWSSC upholds bail for Azam Khan, wife and son in forgery caseThe Supreme Court dismissed the Uttar Pradesh government’s appeal as

Coronavirus patient charged with ‘spreading dangerous disease’ over illegal entrance

Source:- VĨNH LONG — Police in the Mekong Delta Province of Vĩnh Long said on Tuesday they have launched legal proceedings against COVID-19 Patient No.1,440 for having illegally entered the country while carrying the virus late last year. The 33-year-old man, whose name was given as L.T.T., was charged for the crime of “spreading dangerous

Jharkhand: 1.6 Lakh Government Job Posts Vacant, Recruitment Dates To Be Announced Soon

Source:- Ranchi, 4 January 2021: Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) and the Staff Selection Commission are gearing up for pending competitive examinations. The dates for the exams can be announced in January-February in the state. 1.6 lakh government including 25 thousand teachers’ post is vacant, which have been instructed to fill up as soon as

Supreme Court to hear on Jan 7 pleas against HC order on 6 BSP Rajasthan MLAs joining Congress

Source:- The Supreme Court Monday said it would hear on January 7 the appeals of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and BJP MLA Madan Dilawar against the Rajasthan High Court order asking the Assembly Speaker to decide within three months a disqualification petition against all the six BSP MLAs ‘merging’ with the ruling Congress party. A