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    Supreme Court has directed all Universities to verify educational certificates of law degree holders without charging a fee from Bar Council of India (BCI) or State Bar Councils in a move to check growing menace of fake degree holders being enrolled as advocates.
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    Supreme Court while expressing displeasure on how its orders to usher in police reforms have fell on deaf ears over past several years, has remarked "Police reforms are going on and on. Nobody listens to our orders".
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    Bombay High Court has held that condition mandating knowledge of Marathi for autorickshaw drivers to get permits is "completely illegal".
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    Bombay High Court has said that rape victims are not beggars and giving compensation to women victims of crime is the State's obligation and not charity.
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    Madras High Court has directed Regional Passport Officer to process actress Khushboo's application for reissue of passport in her favour.
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    Delhi High Court has issued directions against further construction on an alleged illegal cremation ground coming up on eco-sensitive Yamuna floodplains, just a kilometre away from Okhla Bird Sanctuary.
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    Bombay High Court, while expressing "extreme displeasure" at the way Mumbai Collector, Ashwini Joshi, was conducting herself in matters of leases, has directed Chief Minister to "personally look into" functioning of Office of the Collector.
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    Delhi High Court has observed that police cannot "pick and choose" street vendors while detaining them for hawking in non-squatting areas in city.
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    Bombay High Court, while observing that Mumbaikars cannot be deprived of an International level power boating event for petty reasons raked up by City Collector and BMC, has allowed building of a temporary jetty at Girgaon Chowpatty.
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    Delhi High Court has dismissed a plea challenging its Single Judge order rejecting a petition to restrain Supreme Court Collegium from recommending appointments to higher judiciary.
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    National Green Tribunal has slapped a fine of Rs 25,000 each on officers of Ministry of Water Resources and UP Jal Nigam for furnishing incorrect information on drains joining river Ganga in Garhmukteshwar area of Uttar Pradesh.
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    Banks including HDFC, ICICI, Axis began charging a minimum amount of Rs 150 per transaction for cash deposits and withdrawals beyond four free transactions in a month.
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    Supreme Court has sent a man from Karnataka to jail for life for killing his pregnant daughter 13 years ago in a case of honour killing.
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    Madras High Court has lifted its stay on water supply to two soft drink brands Coke and Pepsi in Tirunelvelli of Tamil Nadu.

    *Team Krishna*
    *2nd March, 2017*