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posted 2015-04-07 05:34:36 by CT bureau
news A civil judge-cum-CJM in Himachal Pradesh has been placed under suspension following a complaint from a woman colleague that he had allegedly? harassed her.

Chief Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir has ordered a probe into the allegations, sources said here today. The woman is also of the same rank of the accused–civil judge(senior division)-cum-Chief Judicial Magistrate(CJM).

The alleged incident took place ahead of a national-level conference on drug abuse in Manali from June 11 to 13.

As per the complaint of the woman judge, she was asked to reach Manali in advance in connectio[..]
All High Courts and subordinate judiciary has been asked been strictly directed by the apex Court to ascertain the authenticity of any complaint received against a judicial officer before taking any a[..]
The Bombay High Court ruled that drink driving tests conducted by on-duty traffic police on drivers is important and adequate as per existing laws. The court also made it clear that despite not being [..]
Jailed former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa`s plea for bail is likely to come up for hearing today in the Supreme Court.

Jayalalithaa, who was denied bail by Karnataka High Court f[..]
posted 07/19/2010 03:50PM
news A Madras High Court Bench comprising of Justice S. Manikumar and Justice V.S. Ravi considered the concern shown by several parents regarding the rights of the parents to decide the future course of action, as regards education and marriage of their children, but restrained from issuing any orders in this respect, in view of the law of the land.

The bench agreed with the contention raised that custom, tradition and the welfare of the adolescents have to be taken care of and parents who have nurtured the children, with love and affection and provided education, would be the best persons[..]
The CIC came across a peculiar `second appeal` of contradictory claims of `missing file` and `misuse of RTI`` by the applicant, who misled not only the District Institute of Education & Training, NCT [..]
Four men, accused of robbing a shop by impersonating as CBI officers, have been sentenced to four years in jail by a Delhi court which considered the ``serious nature of offences``.

The High Court of Bombay has held that ``domestic relationship`` is necessary for maintainability of action under the Domestic Violence Act. The case came to Court as, after her application under the [..]
The Delhi high court Wednesday asked the city government why it has exempted Sikh women pillion riders from wearing a helmet following a public interest litigation (PIL) challenging the exemption.
The Supreme Court on September 18 had allowed the private medical colleges, which are not having a clearance by MCI to admit students in the 2014-15 academic session. These colleges are such that they[..]
The Supreme Court issued notices to the Centre on a PIL seeking directions to the government to permit private players to use radio broadcasting facilities.
The petitioner NGO, Common Cause, ha[..]
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