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Latest Law News (between 2014-09-22 and 2014-09-15)
|Bombay HC asks Central Govt. to provide scanner for Ebola at airports (2014-09-19)|
(UNI) The Bombay High Court today directed the Central government to immediately provide 'thermal image scanners' at Pune and Nagpur airports to detect Ebola virus in people coming from African countries. The direction was given during the hearing of a petition after it was brought into the notice of the court that the central government has not taken any concrete steps to curb this disease.
|J&K floods: SC hails Centre relief operations, next hearing on Sept. 24 (2014-09-19)|
(UNI) The Supreme Court today appreciated the efforts being made by the Centre for rescue and rehabilitation of the flood victims in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Panthers Party chief Prof Bhim Singh and other petitioners have prayed to the apex court to direct the Centre and J&K government to ensure that the relief must reach to each and every victim of the floods and several districts are still waiting for relief.
|CVC, VC: SC reprimands Centre for choosing only bureaucrats (2014-09-19)|
(UNI) The Supreme Court today reprimanded the Centre for confining only to bureaucrats the selection of Chief Vigilance Commissioner and Vigilance Commissioners. Posting the next hearing to October 14, a bench, headed by Chief Justice R M Lodha, sought an explanation on the issue from the Union government.
|Tamil Nadu illegal mining case: SC dismisses Jaya's plea (2014-09-19)|
(UNI) Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's writ against the appointment of IAS officer V Sagayam to probe illegal mining cases in the state was rejected by the Supreme Court today.
|Lady judge molestation: Allahabad HC seeks sack of 11 trainee judges (2014-09-18)|
(UNI) Allahabad High Court has recommended dismissal of 11 trainee judges for misbehaving with a fellow lady trainee judge and unruly and unethical behaviour at a public place. The step was confirmed by the Registrar of the High Court here today.
|Madras HC grants interim stay on Rajinikanth plea (2014-09-18)|
(UNI) The Madras High Court today granted an interim stay on the release of Hindi film titled "Main Hoon Rajinikanth" after Tamil Superstar Rajinikanth approached the court with a plea to stay its release as it might defame him and upset his large fan base.
|Tripura HC directs to follow central reservation policy for medical seat (2014-09-16)|
(UNI)Tripura High Court today directed the department of medical education to follow the Central Reservation policy for distribution of the seats of central pool this year, not to follow state reservation policy.
|Allahabad HC orders CBI probe into Aligarh judge rape case (2014-09-16)|
(UNI) Allahabad High Court today ordered Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the alleged rape of a Judge at Aligarh recently. The court said that the crime against a judicial officer is serious and the CBI would report back to the Chief Justice of the court on its findings.
|Beas Tragedy: Himachal HC arrays 2 Asst. Professors as respondents (2014-09-16)|
(UNI) The Himachal Pradesh High Court today directed to array two Assistant Professors of VNR Vigyan Jyoti Institute of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad as respondents in the Beas River tragedy case which took place on June 8 at Thalout in Mandi district.
|J&K flood: Relief must reach every nook and corner, says SC (2014-09-16)|
(UNI) The Supreme Court today directed the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir government to ensure that relief reaches the last man affected by the floods in the state. A bench, headed by Chief Justice R M Lodha, gave the direction on a PIL seeking to expedite the relief and rehabilitation for the flood victims.
|Visitors register: SC asks Prashant Bhushan to name informer (2014-09-16)|
(UNI) The Supreme Court today directed Prashant Bhushan, counsel for NGO Centre for PIL, to disclose the identity of source of information regarding the entry register at the residence of CBI Director Ranjit Sinha. Mr Bhushan submitted that it was not source which was important but the information.
| 2G scam: CBI chief Ranjit files affidavit in SC (2014-09-16)|
(UNI) CBI chief Ranjit Sinha today filed an affidavit in a sealed cover in the Supreme Court in the 2G scam case. Mr.. Sinha is facing allegations of meeting several accused persons involved in 2G and Coalgate scam cases being investigated by CBI.
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