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CIC Disposes 1,282 RTI Appeals by a single Order

Wg. Cdr. Sanjeev Sharma Vs. CPIOs, Indian Air Force (Central Information Commission)

The present set of Appeals (1282 in number) arise out of RTI Applications filed by the Appellant against different Commands of Indian Air Force and it has been decided to adjudicate upon the Appeals by putting same subject matters under one head (which may or may not have the same date of RTI Application) and have been listed for hearings...

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Ceremonial Gifting of ‘Sword’ to A Dignitary in Gurudwara is not an offence

Ajeet Singh Anand alias Mange Sardar Vs State of M.P. And others (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

Carrying of sharp edged weapons with a blade more than 6 inches long or 2 inches wide and spring actuated knives with a blade of any size is prohibited and that too carrying of such blades in public places. Gurudwara, though is open to public, is not a public place, it is a private place where there is Prakash of Gurugranth Sahib....

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Take steps to prevent Dengue, Chikungunya, Malaria or face stern action: Delhi HC

Gauri Grover Vs Government of Nct of Delhi & Ors (Delhi High Court)

Delhi HC has asked Delhi government to take all necessary steps to prevent outbreak of vector-borne diseases, including dengue, chikungunya and malaria, which are caused on account of mosquito bites....

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Nomination not amounts to Will: Delhi HC

Rampali Vs The State Govt. Of Nct of Delhi & Ors. (Delhi High Court)

In view of the settled legal position that nomination is not a Will, and in the absence of the any Will only those persons who are legal heirs under the Hindu Succession Act inherit the properties....

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Levy of Bihar Entry Tax Act & Interest on Late Payment of Entry Tax is constitutional: HC

M/s Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

(i) Whether the second proviso to Section 3(2) of the Entry Tax Act is ultra vires to the Constitution? (ii) Whether interest can be levied in the matter of late payment of entry tax under the Entry Tax Act, by virtue of the provisions of the Bihar Finance Act, and, with the aid of Section 8 of the Entry Tax Act?...

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Demonitisation effect: HC condones delay in deposit of Court Fees

Prashant Sahu Vs Vijay Kumar Chourasiya (Madhya Pradesh High Court)

The complainant submits that because the complainant was to deposit the court fees, but due to financial insufficiency suffered by him, he could not make the deposit at the relevant time. It is also contended that during the said period, the Demonetisation was also in force, therefore, his non-deposit of the court fees be condoned and set...

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RTI Information cannot be denied under the excuse of Missing file

Balendra Kumar Vs PIO, M/o Labour & Employment (Central Information Commission)

The complainant sought details with regard to the file notings of all corresponding papers of file no. DGE&T-A-32013/1/1996-Adm-II. The CPIO replied by stating the concerned file was not traceable. First appeal was filed. The FAA vide his Order dater 11.08.2015...

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Prisoners too have fundamental Right to Trade and Profession: HC

Soma Saha Sen Vs State of West Bengal & Ors. (Calcutta High Court)

Right to carry on trade and profession including right to convey property in course of such business is an essential fundamental right enshrined under Article 19(i)(g) of the Constitution of India and the same do not stand eclipsed by the continuing incarceration of a prisoner....

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SC Sets aside Himachal HC Judgment for Poor English

Sarla Sood and Ors Vs Pawan Kumar Sharma (Supreme Court of India)

In this case SC held that After hearing learned counsel, it is not possible to comprehend the contents of the impugned order passed by the High Court. The order passed by the High Court is, therefore, set aside and the matter is remanded to the High Court for fresh consideration on merits....

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Procedure for recovery of land revenue not discriminatory

Power Machines India Ltd Vs State of Madhya Pradesh & Org. (Supreme Court of India)

It is apparent from the aforesaid dictum of this Court that providing of plural remedies is valid when two or more remedies are available to a person even if inconsistent, they are valid. It is for the person to elect one of them and there is no question of repugnancy in providing such remedy....

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