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    Supreme Court has refused to allow a woman, who is in her 26th week of pregnancy, to abort her foetus on ground that it suffered from Down syndrome, saying "we have a life in our hands."
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    Supreme Court has asked Sahara group chief Subrata Roy to deposit Rs 5,092 crore by April 7 if he wished to not return to prison, from where he was released on parole last year.
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    Punjab and Haryana High Court has observed that a judge hearing violence cases registered during February 2016 Jat agitation was "under pressure".
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    Delhi High Court has remarked that PILs cannot be filed in service matters, while dismissing a Petition filed by a non-legal entity on behalf of employees.
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    Madras High Court has subjected actor Dhanush to physical examination by a government doctor to verify whether he had certain visible identification marks on his body, as mentioned by an elderly couple who had initiated legal proceedings, claiming that he was their biological son.
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    Delhi High Court has asked drivers of app-based cab firms Ola and Uber and their unions, who are on strike in Delhi-NCR to protest against "low fares" and "lack" of basic amenities from companies, to end their agitation.
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    Punjab and Haryana High Court has stayed Punjabi University, Patiala, orders to relieve all re-employed teachers with effect from February 28.
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    Bombay High Court has sentenced a lawyer, Satish Uke, to two months of simple imprisonment (SI) with fine of Rs 2,000 for contempt of court.
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    Hyderabad High Court has issued notices to Telangana Government and City Police authorities concerned to respond to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed against granting of permission for rallies, processions, dharnas and rasta-rokos in city, including those at dharna chowk near Indira Park.
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    Bombay High Court has held that merely driving a vehicle at a high speed is not enough to attract offence of rash and negligent driving.
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    Madras High Court has said that it would not stall Kumbhabhishekam and Balalayam of temples, as these responsibilities had already been entrusted with a court-appointed committee of experts.
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    Bombay High Court has held that children of Central Government employees, who are not posted in Maharashtra, cannot seek admission to medical and dental undergraduate courses under 85 per cent quota of seats reserved for state students.
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    Rajasthan High Court has asked Jaipur Vidut Vitaran Nigam Ltd (JVVNL) of the criteria followed in giving power connections in Prithiviraj Nagar (PRN) area.
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    National Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued an order to Nitta Gelatin India Ltd (NGIL) to ensure zero discharge of chemical waste from its factory at Kathikudam in Thrissur district into Chalakkudy River, in six months.
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    Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has allowed full and final withdrawal of funds by the subscribers from their pension account without providing Aadhaar number.

    Delhi High Court has dismissed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's plea seeking details of bank accounts, tax returns and other financial records of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who has filed a defamation suit against him.
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    Specified Bank Notes (Cessation of Liabilities) Bill, 2017 that provides for cessation of liabilities on specified bank notes has received assent from President of India.

    *Team Krishna*
    *1st March, 2017*