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New HC bench to hear PILs on COVID-19 situation in Bihar.[Read...

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The division bench of the Patna High Court, which was hearing the Public Interest Litigations (PILs) on the COVID-19 situation in the state, has...

“Welcome Move,” says centre: SC proposed temporary law for additional courts...

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A five-judge Supreme Court Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde suggested today the implementation of a provisional law to establish...

“ENABLE TRANSGENDER COMMUNITY TO APPLY FOR THE POST OF CONSTABLE AND...

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Case title - Veera Yadav v. Government of Bihar & Ors. While reminding the State to adopt a sensitive approach, the High court of...

Retired Employes can now file cases at there current residence

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The Supreme Court of India overrules Patna High Court decision Shanti Devi Alias Shanti Mishra v. Union of India verdict is out; leave granted Supreme...

Bihar Police Attacks a Judge; Plea filled in SC

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"Assault of judge is assault on judiciary," In the Supreme Court, a petition was filed seeking a judicial investigation into an incident in Aurangabad, Bihar, in which a District Judge, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Pradhan, was allegedly harassed, assaulted and prosecuted by a police sub-inspector.  Visalia Tiwari, a lawyer of the Supreme Court, has demanded the formation of a two-member commission of inquiry comprising sitting judges of the High Court of Patna to investigate the alleged incident and send a report to the Supreme Court.  The petitioner draws a parallel between Gujarat 's 1989 Nadiad incident and that of the recent one. The Nadiad incident goes back to 1989 whenever police beat, handcuffed, paraded then molested the Chief Judicial Magistrate for the cause that he wrote to the State DGP for action against a police station against the police officers' dereliction of duty at that police station. Under criminal contempt, the top court then took cognizance and convicted the erring police officers. Tiwari's plea states that when he threatened Dr Pradhan when he was out for an evening stroll, the sub-inspector was followed by paramilitary workers on a flag march. On October 24, the Bihar Judicial Services Association wrote a letter to the DGP seeking action against the offending officers, but no action has yet been initiated in connection with the case, the plea states. The petition denies that a few months ago when he was the Aurangabad chief judicial magistrate, the police officer "had a grudge against the judicial officer as Pradhan had taken action against him and a few other police officers for dereliction of duty." Tiwari submits that he expresses his shock and dismay even when an FIR has not been reported.  The plea reads, "It is the law declared by this honourable court in the case of Lalita...

[Midday Meals]Right to life includes the Right to Food: HC to...

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Due to an increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the state, children are kept away from schools and Anganwadi centers to restrict...

PIL filed by CNLU students demanding reduction on fees amidst pandemic

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Some students from the Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) have filed a petition in Patna High Court to reduce the fees payable amid the...

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