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'Kolkata High Court' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Kolkata High Court Refuses To Pass Interim Order On Doctors' Strike

    Kolkata High Court Refuses To Pass Interim Order On Doctors' Strike

    The Calcutta High Court today refused to pass any interim order on the strike by junior doctors at state-run hospitals in protest against the attack on two of their colleagues by family members of a patient.

  • In Salty High Court Order On Panchayat Polls, Mamata Banerjee Settles For Silver Lining

    In Salty High Court Order On Panchayat Polls, Mamata Banerjee Settles For Silver Lining

    West Bengal's election commission has been ordered to extended the deadline to let candidates file their nominations, the Calcutta High Court ordered on Friday, a decision will also require the state election commission to reschedule next month's panchayat elections.

  • Former High Court Judge CS Karnan Released From Prison

    Former High Court Judge CS Karnan Released From Prison

    Former Calcutta High Court judge CS Karnan was released from prison on Wednesday after serving six months of imprisonment for contempt of Supreme Court, his counsel Mathew J Nedumpara said.

  • No Kolkata, Say Calcutta High Court Judges, Rejecting Name Change

    No Kolkata, Say Calcutta High Court Judges, Rejecting Name Change

    Calcutta High Court judges have rejected the Centre's decision to change the name of their place of work to Kolkata High Court.

  • Reliance Communications Pays Rs. 5,384 Crores as Spectrum Liberalisation Fee

    Reliance Communications Pays Rs. 5,384 Crores as Spectrum Liberalisation Fee

    The company statement said it has already been granted a stay by the Kolkata High Court not to furnish any bank guarantee towards one-time spectrum charge.

  • Amit Shah To Sound The Bugle For 2016, Says BJP

    Amit Shah To Sound The Bugle For 2016, Says BJP

    Lashing out at the Trinamool Congress regime for allegedly trying to stop BJP president Amit Shah's rally tomorrow in the city, the party's national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh today said Mr Shah would sound the bugle for the 2016 Assembly elections in the state.

  • Tapas Pal's Rape Threat: Trinamool Spares MP With An Apology

    Tapas Pal's Rape Threat: Trinamool Spares MP With An Apology

    Amid a massive controversy over its MP Tapas Pal's threat to get rival party supporters raped, the Trinamool Congress today decided not to take any action and "accepted" his apology, saying it was in the right spirit. The party's decision to spare Mr Pal any stronger action came alongside a petition filed in the Kolkata High Court today, demanding...

  • DoT may ask Tata Teleservices to surrender spectrum without any condition

    DoT may ask Tata Teleservices to surrender spectrum without any condition

    Telecom operator Tata Teleservices (TTL), which has approached DoT to surrender its additional CDMA spectrum in all circles except Delhi and Mumbai with some riders, may be asked to vacate the spectrum without any condition, sources said.

  • Tata Motors wins Singur land case in Kolkata High Court

    Tata Motors wins Singur land case in Kolkata High Court

    Court says singur land rehabilitation and development act constitutionally invalid. Tata Motors shares jump.

  • New law proposed on judges' appointment

    New law proposed on judges' appointment

    Even as members of the Rajya Sabha created history by voting to impeach Justice Soumitra Sen of the Kolkata High Court on corruption charges, concerns have come to the fore about the manner in which judges are appointed. Now the government wants to push forward a new law, whereby judges will not be appointed by judges alone, as is the current pract...

  • Netai killings: Kolkata High Court orders CBI probe

    Netai killings: Kolkata High Court orders CBI probe

    The Kolkata High Court has ordered a CBI probe into the Netai killings at Lalgarh earlier this year.The High Court order came after a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed by the Calcutta Bar Association in January demanding a CBI probe into the incident The court, during the hearing, rapped the Central Investigation Department (CID) for ...

  • Why oppose CBI probe in Lalgarh violence: Court to Bengal Govt

    The Kolkata High Court, hearing a PIL in the January 7 violence in West Bengal's Lalgarh, has asked the state government to file an affidavit by January 14 on whether or not there should be a CBI inquiry into these killings.The court wants the state Home Secretary to respond to the allegations made in a PIL.The Home Secretary has been asked to spec...

  • Trouble at Calcutta High Court: Police evict lawyers

    Calcutta High Court witnessed high drama late on Thursday night when the police evicted lawyers from a disputed courtroom.According to reports, the lawyers were protesting against a decision by the Chief Justice that the courtroom be turned to an office for lawyers and court employees. The Bar members, on the other hand, believed they needed more r...

  • Court upholds life imprisonment for 5 cops

    Kolkata High Court upholds life imprisonment for five police constables convicted for beating Sergeant Bapi Sen to death on 31 December 2002.

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'Kolkata High Court' - 14 News Result(s)

  • Kolkata High Court Refuses To Pass Interim Order On Doctors' Strike

    Kolkata High Court Refuses To Pass Interim Order On Doctors' Strike

    The Calcutta High Court today refused to pass any interim order on the strike by junior doctors at state-run hospitals in protest against the attack on two of their colleagues by family members of a patient.

  • In Salty High Court Order On Panchayat Polls, Mamata Banerjee Settles For Silver Lining

    In Salty High Court Order On Panchayat Polls, Mamata Banerjee Settles For Silver Lining

    West Bengal's election commission has been ordered to extended the deadline to let candidates file their nominations, the Calcutta High Court ordered on Friday, a decision will also require the state election commission to reschedule next month's panchayat elections.

  • Former High Court Judge CS Karnan Released From Prison

    Former High Court Judge CS Karnan Released From Prison

    Former Calcutta High Court judge CS Karnan was released from prison on Wednesday after serving six months of imprisonment for contempt of Supreme Court, his counsel Mathew J Nedumpara said.

  • No Kolkata, Say Calcutta High Court Judges, Rejecting Name Change

    No Kolkata, Say Calcutta High Court Judges, Rejecting Name Change

    Calcutta High Court judges have rejected the Centre's decision to change the name of their place of work to Kolkata High Court.

  • Reliance Communications Pays Rs. 5,384 Crores as Spectrum Liberalisation Fee

    Reliance Communications Pays Rs. 5,384 Crores as Spectrum Liberalisation Fee

    The company statement said it has already been granted a stay by the Kolkata High Court not to furnish any bank guarantee towards one-time spectrum charge.

  • Amit Shah To Sound The Bugle For 2016, Says BJP

    Amit Shah To Sound The Bugle For 2016, Says BJP

    Lashing out at the Trinamool Congress regime for allegedly trying to stop BJP president Amit Shah's rally tomorrow in the city, the party's national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh today said Mr Shah would sound the bugle for the 2016 Assembly elections in the state.

  • Tapas Pal's Rape Threat: Trinamool Spares MP With An Apology

    Tapas Pal's Rape Threat: Trinamool Spares MP With An Apology

    Amid a massive controversy over its MP Tapas Pal's threat to get rival party supporters raped, the Trinamool Congress today decided not to take any action and "accepted" his apology, saying it was in the right spirit. The party's decision to spare Mr Pal any stronger action came alongside a petition filed in the Kolkata High Court today, demanding...

  • DoT may ask Tata Teleservices to surrender spectrum without any condition

    DoT may ask Tata Teleservices to surrender spectrum without any condition

    Telecom operator Tata Teleservices (TTL), which has approached DoT to surrender its additional CDMA spectrum in all circles except Delhi and Mumbai with some riders, may be asked to vacate the spectrum without any condition, sources said.

  • Tata Motors wins Singur land case in Kolkata High Court

    Tata Motors wins Singur land case in Kolkata High Court

    Court says singur land rehabilitation and development act constitutionally invalid. Tata Motors shares jump.

  • New law proposed on judges' appointment

    New law proposed on judges' appointment

    Even as members of the Rajya Sabha created history by voting to impeach Justice Soumitra Sen of the Kolkata High Court on corruption charges, concerns have come to the fore about the manner in which judges are appointed. Now the government wants to push forward a new law, whereby judges will not be appointed by judges alone, as is the current pract...

  • Netai killings: Kolkata High Court orders CBI probe

    Netai killings: Kolkata High Court orders CBI probe

    The Kolkata High Court has ordered a CBI probe into the Netai killings at Lalgarh earlier this year.The High Court order came after a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed by the Calcutta Bar Association in January demanding a CBI probe into the incident The court, during the hearing, rapped the Central Investigation Department (CID) for ...

  • Why oppose CBI probe in Lalgarh violence: Court to Bengal Govt

    The Kolkata High Court, hearing a PIL in the January 7 violence in West Bengal's Lalgarh, has asked the state government to file an affidavit by January 14 on whether or not there should be a CBI inquiry into these killings.The court wants the state Home Secretary to respond to the allegations made in a PIL.The Home Secretary has been asked to spec...

  • Trouble at Calcutta High Court: Police evict lawyers

    Calcutta High Court witnessed high drama late on Thursday night when the police evicted lawyers from a disputed courtroom.According to reports, the lawyers were protesting against a decision by the Chief Justice that the courtroom be turned to an office for lawyers and court employees. The Bar members, on the other hand, believed they needed more r...

  • Court upholds life imprisonment for 5 cops

    Kolkata High Court upholds life imprisonment for five police constables convicted for beating Sergeant Bapi Sen to death on 31 December 2002.

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