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    Judgment 11

    Supreme Court has said that it would not be wrong on part of Government to make Aadhaar mandatory for opening bank accounts, getting mobile connections or passports.

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    Supreme Court has stayed Bombay High Court judgment which had dismissed the challenge against levy of stamp duty on contracts entered into by advertising agencies with their clients and with media companies.

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    Supreme Court has said that if the two 40-storey residential buildings of Supertech's Emerald Towers in Noida were constructed without a proper sanction, these would be "demolished".

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    Supreme Court has reserved its verdict in brutal 2012 Delhi gang rape case.

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    Supreme Court has asked representatives of Centre and Jammu and Kashmir Government to sit together and take a considered decision on formation of a minority commission for state.

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    Allahabad High Court has sought explanation from State Government and Lucknow Municipal Corporation asking why meat shops were being forced to shut.

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    Bombay High Court has said that Italian man, who in breach of Court's injunction order had run away with his seven-year-old adopted daughter, would not be prosecuted if he brings her back.

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    Sikkim High Court has upheld constitutionality of amendments brought through Finance Act, 2016, which made service tax leviable on a person engaged in promotion, marketing, organising, selling of lottery or facilitating in organising lottery of any kind, in any other manner.

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    Delhi High Court has said that Sahitya Akademi winners were not eligible to return their awards as they were granted after considerable deliberations.

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    Bombay High Court has directed Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to complete its open inquiry into alleged Sion-Panvel Highway tender scam within three months.

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    Madras High Court has directed Tamil Nadu Government to forward medical records of a child, who allegedly developed a cancerous tumour after being vaccinated in Erode district, to AIIMS, New Delhi.

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    Bombay High Court has directed BMC not to take any coercive action against alleged unauthorised construction by south Mumbai's famous eatery - Gaylord Restaurant in its premises.

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    Madras HC, while noting that only academically brilliant students must join MBBS as people entrusted them with their bodies, has asked why Centre was not asking States to start a medical college in each district.

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    Madras HC, while noting that only academically brilliant students must join MBBS as people entrusted them with their bodies, has asked why Centre was not asking States to start a medical college in each district.

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    Delhi High Court has ordered Centre and Delhi Police to keep constant vigil on 100 emergency helpline number.

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    Delhi High Court has said that if Central Government does not want to retain 'Hall of Nations' at Pragati Maidan, how can it be forced to do so.

     

    Supreme Court, while setting aside a High Court judgment, which suo moto applied a provision of law while deciding a second appeal, has reiterated that High Court has no jurisdiction to decide on a second appeal on a question which is not framed as required under Section 100(4) of CPC.

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    Delhi High Court, while ruling that Monsanto Technology LLC's termination of its sub- licence agreement with Nuziveedu Seeds Ltd was illegal and arbitrary, has said the royalty or trait fee payable for use of Monsanto's patented Bt cotton technology would be as per Government stipulations.

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    Uttarakhand High Court has constituted a high-powered committee to examine issues relating to mining in State.

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    Mental Health Care Bill, 2013, aimed at decriminalizing attempted suicide and defining mental illness in a broader and more inclusive way has been passed in Lok Sabha.

     

    Team KRISHNA

    28th March 2017