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- Madras HC Directs Registry To Collect Aadhaar For Filing PIL.
- Supreme Court Modifies Its November 2016 Order : National Anthem Not Mandatory In Cinema Halls.
- Supreme Court SC Orders To Set Up Of 3 Committees To Deal With Disaster Management FOR Mullaperiyar Dam.
- Media Claims That Lalu Prasad’s Two Aides Got Arrested To Serve Him In Jail.
- Delhi High Court: Elevation In Salary Of Law Researchers From Rs. 25,000 To 35,000 .
The Madras High Court has directed its registry to collect the litigants’ Aadhaar card copy along with other documents at the time of filing. A division bench comprising Justices M Sathyanarayana and R Hemalatha gave the directive, saying instances of PILs being filed by fictitious persons had been brought to the notice of the court. InRead more
The Supreme Court has modified its November 2016 order stating that it is now not mandatory to play the National Anthem before a film is screened in cinema halls across the country. The order came after the government filed an affidavit asking the Supreme Court to reconsider its order making it mandatory for cinemaRead more
The Supreme Court has directed the Centre to set up a special committee to exclusively prepare for disaster management in connection with the 122-year-old dam. A three-judge Bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkarand DY Chandrachud passed the order, in a petition filed by one, Russel Joy, raising among other issues, theRead more
There are media reports that two “personal aides” of Lalu Prasad were sent to a Ranchi prison to “serve” him, hours before the RJD supremo was lodged there after being convicted in a fodder scam case. The RJD, however, jumped to its leader’s defence, insisting the presence of the two – Lakshman Mahto andRead more
The Hon’ble Acting Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court has been pleased to enhance the remuneration of the Law Researchers attached with Hon’ble Judges of this Court from Rs. 25,000/ p.m. to Rs. 35,000/- p.m. w.e.f. 1 August, 2017. The Rs. 10,000 jump makes it one of the highest paying Courts for Law ResearchersRead more