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Saturday, June 4, 2011

LEGAL NEWS 04.06.2011

Tenancy act draft confuses religious bodies

Daily News & Analysis

By DNA Correspondent Place: Mumbai Agency: DNA Religious and charitable
organisations are confused about the exemption granted to them in the draft
of the Model Residential Tenancy Act, 2011. The draft exempts five groups
of organisations from the ...


No respite for cop in false drug peddling case

Times of India

AHMEDABAD: A sessions court on Friday refused to discharge DySP Manoj Patel
from a case, wherein the cop along with other police officers have been
accused of framing a person in a false drug peddling case in Junagadh. When
posted at ATS, ...


Court grants bail to former Bihar Minister Ramadhar Singh


3.6.2011 (UNI) A Sessions court today granted bail to former Co-operative
Minister and BJP MLA Ramadhar Singh for allegedly making inflammatory
speech disturbing communal harmony in the area in 1995. After hearing both
the parties, District and ...


CBI wants to grill 'hitmen' in Popular Builders firing case

Ahmedabad Newsline

The court said the two are in the custody of the Ahmedabad City Civil and
Sessions Court and not of the CBI court. Sylvestor Daniel and Jabir
Shermohammad, both accused of opening fire at the office of Popular
Builders, are said to be close associates ...


Arrest of an activist raises uncomfortable questions

Times of India

A sessions court denied them bail on Thursday. In his order rejecting bail,
sessions judge RCS Samant wrote, "An offence under section 505, the act
relates to disturbing public tranquility, which could have serious
consequences.. the government ...


Adnan Sami's double trouble

The Express Tribune

On Thursday, June 2, the Mumbai sessions court rejected his plea to travel
overseas for one-and-a-half months to perform. The restriction comes in
connection with a case of domestic violence filed by Khan's ex-wife Sabah
Galadari, reported Hindustan ...


Summons against Reddy: Govt to reply

Deccan Chronicle

The court was hearing PIL filed by a city advocate, GRMohan, against
tourism minister Janardhan Reddy condemning the act of police department in
failing to produce Mr Janardhan Reddy before a lower court, in spite of
non-bailable arrest warrant against ...


AIADMK revives Chennai Monorail Project


However, political parties in the State, particularly the PMK, opposed the
it and the party even filed a PIL before the Madras High Court. Passing
orders on the PMK's petition, the court restrained the Tamil Nadu
government from awarding the final ...


India Infoline Weekly Newsletter - June 03, 2011

India Infoline.com

Apparently, a PIL was filed to direct the CBI to probe alleged
irregularities committed by Textiles Minister and DMK leader Dayanidhi
Maran when he was the Telecom Minister in the UPA's first term. The
application was filed by advocate Prashant Bhushan ...


PIL urges HC to provide for "negative vote" during polls - Yahoo! News

Read 'PIL urges HC to provide for "negative vote" during polls' on Yahoo!
News. Mumbai, Jun 3 (PTI) A PIL has urged the Bombay High Court to direct
the ...


Nitish refuses to give views on Lokpal Bill

Times of India

Incidentally, there has already occurred signs of differences within civil
societies themselves with regard to the question if PM and Chief Justice of
India (CJI) could be brought under the ambit of the proposed Lokpal Bill.
While the exercise over the ...


Indian School Law Tests Rich and Poor

Wall Street Journal

Shri Ram itself is challenging the law in the Supreme Court, arguing in
part that the government exceeded its authority in imposing the quotas. "We
have a social obligation to bridge the gap between rich and poor," says
Manju Bharat Ram, ...


Delhi high court seeks Niira Radia's take on lifting book ban

Daily News & Analysis

The Delhi high court on Friday issued notice to corporate lobbyist Niira
Radia on an application seeking vacation of stay on the release and
circulation of the book “Close Encounters with Niira Radia” authored by
advocate RK Anand. ...


826 cases pending in Shillong bench of Gauhati high court

Times of India

Asked about setting up of a separate high court for Shillong, the official,
who refused to be named, said, "It is mandatory for every state in the
country to have a separate high court according to the provisions laid down
in the Constitution. ...


DoPT yet to authorize CBI probe

Times of India

Almost a month has lapsed after the Centre assured the high court of Bombay
at Goa to do so. Assistant solicitor general Carlos Ferreira had submitted
to the court that a notification under Section 5 of the Delhi Special
Police Establishment Act will ...


Bombay high court throws spanner in BEST ad works

Daily News & Analysis

Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking (BEST) has been
restrained by the Bombay high court from finalising the contract for
display of advertisements on its fleet of 270 A/C buses. Justice MN Gilani
dismissed an arbitration petition by ...


'Khan Market shoppers will not pay parking fee'

Hindustan Times

The Delhi high court on Friday effectively put on the backburner New Delhi
Municipal Council's decision to invite tenders for paid parking in the
area. While rejecting Khan Market Trader Association's plea against
imposition of parking fee of R5.34 ...


Kandla port case: Charge of Rakesh Shrivasta taken away

Law et al. News

A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Sanjiv Khanna of
the High Court of Delhi has directed Rakesh Srivastava, the IAS officer
being investigated into by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in Kandla
Port controversy to be kept ...


EGoM to make its stand clear on KG gas supply cut before HC

Business Standard

PTI / New Delhi June 03, 2011, 20:18 IST A reluctant government today
agreed with the Delhi High Court that EGoM's view was crucial in case gas
supply from RIL's KG basin is to be cut to non-core sectors, a move that
has been challenged by Essar Steel. ...


Delhi high court says no to high-rise near Rashtrapati Bhavan

Daily News & Analysis

The Delhi high court on Friday said the DLF cannot develop private flats
near Rashtrapati Bhavan, and that the land could not be converted for
high-rise construction since it would be vulnerable from the security point
of view. ...


Mantri Mall gets HC reprieve for 4 weeks

Express Buzz

BANGALORE: Karnataka High Court on Friday stayed the demolition of Mantri
Square mall compound and ramp for four weeks. The promoters of the mall,
Mantri Developers, had filed a writ petition challenging the city
corporation's decision to demolish the ...


Notice by HC on BJP leader''s petition is against law: Speaker


PTI 08:06 PM,Jun 03,2011 Srinagar, Jun 3 (PTI) The legislature and
judiciary in Jammu and Kashmir appear to be heading for a confrontation as
the Speaker of the Assembly Mohammad Akbar Lone today said the notice
issued to him by High Court on a ...


Admission guidelines: KVS, govt get HC notices

Times of India

Singh informed HC he was denied admission in class I under the economically
weaker section category by seven KVs in the capital. He alleged that the
current KVS Admission Guidelines on Disadvantaged Group/Economically Weaker
Section violate the ...


Get clarity on EGoM's stand on gas supply dispute: Del. HC to ASG

Law et al. News

The High Court of Delhi on Friday directed Additional Solicitor General AS
Chandiok to file an affidavit on the stand of the Empowered Group of
Ministers (EGoM) on the issue of cut in supply of natural gas to Essar
Steel from Reliance KG D6 fields. ...


HC disposes of plea seeking CBI probe into illegal mining


PTI 09:06 PM,Jun 03,2011 Bangalore, June 3 (PTI): Karnataka High Court
today disposed of a petition praying for a direction to the state
government to seek a CBI probe into illegal mining. When the petition,
filed by freedom fighter HS Doreswamy ...


Need transparency in admission: HC

Calcutta Telegraph

Guwahati, June 3: Gauhati High Court has asked Dispur to maintain
transparency in the admission of medical students in postgraduate courses
from next year. A division bench of the high court comprising Justice Arup
Kumar Goswami and Justice Amitava Roy ...


Apple A Day owners move HC for anticipatory bail


KOCHI: After hearing a big 'no' from Principal Sessions Court, the owners
of Apple A Day Properties on Friday approached the Kerala High Court
seeking anticipatory bail. Saju Kadavilan and Rajeev Cheruvara filed the
anticipatory bail applications ...


HC raps Himachal govt on plight of two upper Shimla roads


The Himachal Pradesh high court today pulled up the state government on the
pitiable condition of the Shimla-Narkanda national highway. The court bench
comprising the chief justice Joseph Kurien and justice Sanjay Karol said
the access from Shimla to ...


HC notice to Centre on plea to strip medal of ex-IPS officer


PTI 07:06 PM,Jun 03,2011 Rejecting the plea, Justice Muralidhar had said
that there was hardly any scope for judiciary to "transgress" in the
decision-making process of the executive."The original file containing the
citation and notes leading to the ...


HC circuit bench to come up by Dec next : Minister


PTI 11:06 PM,Jun 03,2011 Jalpaiguri (WB), June 3 (PTI) The circuit bench
of Calcutta High Court, for north Bengal, will come up by next December,
state minister Goutam Dev said today."Even if the circuit bench does not
come up by the Durga puja this ...


PIL Seeking Stay on Release of Ready in HC


PTI Lucknow Jun 03, 2011 A PIL has been filed in the Lucknow Bench of
Allahabad High Court, seeking a stay on the release of Salman Khan starrer
Ready citing objection to its song Character Dhila. The Public Interest
Litigation, moved jointly by ...


Sohan Kumar files reply to HC


BANGALORE: Sohan Kumar, son-in-law of Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, filed
a reply to the application filed by advocate Sirajin Basha requesting the
court to vacate the stay granted by it to the proceedings in the special
court in the cases filed by ...


Himachal Pradesh HC stays diversion of fund for urban poor by state government


2.6.2011 (UNI) The Himachal Pradesh High Court today stayed diversion of
funds meant for Basic Service to Urban Poor (BSUP) project under Jawaharlal
Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission to any other project for the time
being. While hearing a petition ...


Give priority to senior citizens, court to SSP

Times of India

... used to beat them and was trying to turn them out of their house. Singh
also said he approached local police but the cops booked him under 107/151
of Criminal Procedure Code. Later, with the help of a local NGO ''Dada
Dadi'', he approached HC.

15-yr-old refuses to leave grandparents, alleges mental torture, seeks CWC's help

Mumbai Mirror

Law may have the child's best interests in mind when it grants custodial
rights to the mother, but here is the strange case of a child who refuses
to stay with his mother and has approached the Child Welfare Committee
(CWC) for help. ...


Katara case: 3rd conviction in July

Times of India

NEW DELHI: A trial court on Friday reserved its order against the third
accused and the last accused in nine-year-old Nitish Katara murder case.
The trial against accused Sukhdev Pehalwan was separated from Vikas and
Vishal Yadav, who have already been ...


SIC slams officer for disregarding RTI

GreaterKashmir.com (press release)

When the case came up for hearing on May 31, the CIC has ruled that Masood
A Raja, Additional Secretary to Government-cum-Public Information Officer
has fulfilled the mandate given to him under the provisions of section 5
(4). ...


Fair-play watchdog gets aggressive on cartels, monopolies

Times of India

NEW DELHI: Fair-play watchdog Competition Commission of India (CCI) is
moving ahead with its plans to drive healthy competition in the Indian
corporate sector and check monopolistic moves and cartels. The regulator
has announced studies on three key ...