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Protesting private doctors: PIL seeks Criminal action
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Protesting private doctors: PIL seeks Criminal action

November 16, 2017

Bengaluru: A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in High Court of Karnataka, seeking direction to the State Government to make arrangements for medical service during the State-wide medical strike by doctors. The petition filed by N.P. Amruthesh, an advocate, seeks immediate restoration of medical assistance and services to patients across the State in…

HC refuses stay on Tipu Jayanti
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HC refuses stay on Tipu Jayanti

November 7, 2017

Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court has refused to stay the State’s Tipu Jayanti celebrations on Nov. 10. A Division Bench of the High Court, hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) this morning, refused to stay the celebrations. The PIL was filed by Kokkalemada P. Manju Chinnappa from South Kodagu challenging the celebration of Tipu Jayanti…

Shivarama Karanth Layout case: Relief for BSY as HC stays ACB probe
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Shivarama Karanth Layout case: Relief for BSY as HC stays ACB probe

September 23, 2017

Bengaluru: The Karnataka High Court on Friday stayed the ACB (Anti-Corruption Bureau) investigation into two FIRs filed against former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa in connection with denotifcation of 257 acres of land for forming Dr. Shivarama Karanth Layout in Bengaluru North. Justice Aravind Kumar granted the interim prayer sought by Yeddyurappa negating the contentions put…

Palace gold-leafing works to resume soon?
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Palace gold-leafing works to resume soon?

September 19, 2017

Mysuru/Bengaluru: This news could not have come at a better time for those who love to watch the magnificent Durbar Hall of the iconic Mysore Palace in its full splendour. With just hours to go for the spectacular nine-day Dasara festival, the Karnataka High Court has yesterday ordered issuance of notice to the State Government…

Auto Drivers Union allege collection of fine despite HC stay order
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Auto Drivers Union allege collection of fine despite HC stay order

July 8, 2017

Mysuru: The Samyukta Karnataka Autorickshaw Drivers and Owners Welfare Association has alleged that the transport authorities are collecting fine for Fitness Certificate (FC) renewal delay in violation of the High Court’s (HC) order, which has stayed collection of fine for four weeks. In a press release, the Association said that the High Court (HC) had…

RTI activist Srinath murder: HC grants conditional bail to accused
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RTI activist Srinath murder: HC grants conditional bail to accused

June 8, 2017

Bengaluru: The High Court has granted conditional bail to two persons accused in the murder of Mysuru RTI               activist Srinath. Justice Rathnakala, who took up the hearing after the accused, Auto Puttaswamy and Lakshmegowda, filed a bail application, granted conditional bail by asking the accused to produce Rs. 2 lakh each personal bond and surety…

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