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    Judgments 8
    Supreme Court has ordered an immediate floor test in Goa after hearing a Congress petition challenging Governor's decision naming Manohar Parrikar as new Chief Minister of Coastal State.
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    Reserve Bank of India has lifted all limits on cash withdrawals from banks and ATMs.
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    Lok Sabha has passed Admiralty (Jurisdiction and Settlement of Maritime Claims) Bill, 2016 that aims to establish a legal framework to consolidate existing laws relating to admiralty jurisdiction of courts, admiralty proceedings on maritime claims, arrest of vessels and related issues.
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    Rajya Sabha has passed Enemy Property (Amendment and Validation) Bill, 2016 that seeks to amend Enemy Property Act, 1968, to vest all rights, titles and interests over enemy property in custodian and declares transfer of property by enemy as void.
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    South Korea's Constitutional Court has upheld impeachment of President Park Geun Hye in a unanimous vote, removing her from office over a graft scandal involving big businesses, including Samsung and Lotte.

    Supreme Court has agreed to urgently hear a Congress petition challenging former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar's appointment as Goa CM.
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    SC has held that once an establishment is covered under any one of excepted category under Section 16 of Employees' Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, Authorities under Central Act cannot exercise authority over it or call upon establishment to comply with provisions of Central Act.
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    Supreme Court, while stating that it would not allow any attempt to "smother" and "throttle" freedom of media, has dismissed a PIL demanding an investigation into alleged kickbacks received by Indian journalists to write in favour of multi-crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal.
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    Supreme Court, while holding that speedy trial in criminal cases is part of fundamental rights of an accused, has suggested a time-frame for lower courts to decide a case to ensure that accused do not languish in jail due to prolonged proceedings.
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    Supreme Court has issued a bailable warrant against sitting Calcutta HC Judge C.S. Karnan to secure his presence in Supreme Court on March 31 in a suo motu contempt case against him for denigrating Judicial Institution.
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    Calcutta High Court Judge C S Karnan has held a "court" session at his residence and "ordered" that a case be registered under relevant sections of SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act against Chief Justice of India J S Khehar, other Apex Court Judges and Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi.
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    Bombay HC, while hearing a man's plea challenging a Lower Court's order awarding maintenance to his wife & daughters, has said that putting money in accounts of his daughters for purpose of their wedding "is no assistance" as they need to be paid maintenance to survive to attain "marriageable age".
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    Gauhati High Court has dismissed a Public Interest Litigation seeking a direction to Central government to have separate time zone for North East India, including Assam.
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    Karnataka High Court has quashed Enforcement Directorate proceedings against former minister and mining baron Gali Janardhan Reddy, who came under income tax scanner after his daughter's ostentatious wedding made headlines, under Prevention of Money Laundering Act.
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    Madhya Pradesh High Court has held that while exercising jurisdiction of section 482 of Criminal Procedure Code, Courts cannot indulge in a "roving inquiry" to ascertain two conflicting versions concerned to any incident whether it is correct or not.
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    Hyderabad High Court has stayed appointment of 188 home guards as constables under Open Category (OC) despite scoring less than cut-off marks.
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    Bombay High Court has warned Pune Municipal Corporation that it will not be allowed to grant permission for construction of new buildings if it fails to file a satisfactory response on tackling acute water scarcity in city.
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    Bombay High Court has said that State Government does not seem to care about State Human Rights Commission despite rise in instances of human rights violations and custodial deaths.
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    Punjab and Haryana High Court, while coming to rescue of an illiterate woman who lost her 27-year-old son in a road mishap, has asserted that benefits of Rajiv Gandhi Parivar Bima Yojna should not be denied on basis of technicalities.
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    Delhi High Court has set aside operation of an injunction order against Britannia Industries Ltd, allowing company to produce and sell its NutriChoice Zero brand of digestive biscuits.
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    Madras High Court has directed Central and State Governments to complete construction work of super specialty wing of Government Rajaji Hospital, Madurai within six months.


    *14th March, 2017*