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Karnataka HC rejects PIL challenging AAI’s scope on privatisation of...

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The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) by Airports Authority Employees Union challenging the privatisation of Mangaluru International Airport. A...

“Such freezing of account would adversely affect his Right to Life”:...

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In the case of Narayan Yadav vs State of Karnataka, the Karnataka High Court recently ruled that a person's bank accounts be de-freezed after...

President Notified Appointment Of Six New Judges Of The Karnataka HC...

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The appointment of six new Karnataka High Court judges as permanent High Court Judges has been announced by the central government. The following judges...

Provisions Of Default Bail Cannot Be Made Applicable To Non-Filing Of...

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In the case titled Santosh S/o Hari Kadam And The State Of Karnataka having the Coram of Justice Rajendra Badamikar in which the Advocate...

HC passes interim order to restrain makers from dealing with the...

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On Thursday, an interim order was passed by the Karnataka High Court on 29th June by which the makers of the documentary 'Wild Karnataka'...

HC states that Forum convenience is not a Fundamental Right

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The Honorable Karnataka High Court recently observed that unlike access to justice, forum convenience is not recognized as a fundamental right and the right...

HC questions the state govt on the reason behind creating financial...

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The Karnataka High Court was hearing public interest litigation questioning the legality of forming financial institutions for the benefit of individual caste, community or...

Citing pendency of criminal trials due to non-availability of public prosecutors:...

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- Abhilasha S G Karnataka high court undertook a suo moto petition way back in September 2019 regarding the grim state of affairs relating to...

Petition  filed  contesting the state government’s plan to hold the SSLC...

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The Karnataka High Court has received a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) petition contesting the State government's plan to hold the Secondary School Leaving Certificate...

NLSIU’s policy of admitting 25% of students under Karnataka domicile reservation...

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The Bench of Justices L Nageswara Rao and Ravindra Bhat was hearing an appeal against NLSIU's decision to implement the reservation, which was authorized in April/May of this year as part of its Inclusion and Expansion Plan. The Supreme Court declined to suspend the decision of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore to horizontally reserve 25% of its...

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