orissa high court
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Denying a woman employee her basic human right to maternity leave would be an assault on her dignity as an individual and thereby offend her fundamental right to life guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution.

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The Court said that proper and fair investigation is sine qua non of criminal jurisprudence and directed the CID-Crime Branch to reinvestigate the case.

manipur high court
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For Fiber to the Home, the High Court had directed the State to lift internet ban on a case-to-case basis after ensuring that all the stakeholders have duly complied with the safeguards given by the Expert Committee.

meghalaya high court
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The Court directed the State to file a more comprehensive report indicating the measures taken to obtain additional power from the national grid and other sources that are available to reduce the shortfall.

meghalaya high court
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The Court said that petitioner was always aware that her job was transferable and had no cogent grounds to resist the order of transfer.

orissa high court
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The Court said that in the case of circumstantial evidence, the links must form a continuous chain and must point unerringly to the guilt of the accused and to no one else.

gujarat high court
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A show cause notice-cum-draft assessment order was issued on 29-03-2022 to the petitioner at 11:41 a.m. and the petitioner was asked to submit a reply before 23:59 p.m. on the very same day.

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The Court said that it cannot be concluded that the petitioner’s daughter was abducted against her will and that she was being illegally confined.

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The Court granted liberty to the respondent authorities to issue fresh notice, including the detailed reasons and thereafter to provide reasonable opportunity of hearing to the petitioner.

delhi high court
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During a certain phase when the alleged forceful sexual intercourse was committed, the student was a minor.

manipur high court
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The Internet services will be provided at designated places under the Control of State authorities.

gujarat high court
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The Medical Board, upon examining the Minor girl, advised not to terminate pregnancy of 29 weeks 05 days and no abnormality was detected by the Psychiatrist.

Meghalaya High Court
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Meghalaya High Court said as the son-in-law did not have the intention to cause death.

gujarat high court
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The Gujarat Wind Solar Hybrid Power Policy, 2018 is set to expire on 19-06-2023.

delhi high court
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The Court also upheld the validity of the termination notice issued by the NHIDCL and refused to interfere with its actions against the construction company.

delhi high court
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The stipulations contained in Clause 25 of the Agreement must consequently be read down and understood to mean that at least one or more of the members of the Arbitral Tribunal must possess the qualifications as prescribed in Clause 25.

Orissa High Court
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The Court said that even if the Departmental Proceeding was initiated prior to the superannuation of the delinquent employee, the same cannot be continued unless specifically provided under the Service Rules.

Orissa High Court
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The Court held that while exercising the parens patriae jurisdiction for issuance of the writ of habeas corpus, the objections relating to territorial jurisdiction cannot have serious impact.

Orissa High Court
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The Court noted that a review Departmental Proceedings Committee was held to consider the case of the petitioner for promotion and the decision was kept in sealed covers, pending disposal of Disciplinary Proceedings.

Madras High Court
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Madras High Court said that the High Court cannot issue directions for speedy disposal unless there is a justification or acceptable reason for issuing any such directions. The Court concerned is expected to regulate its own procedures in respect of the cases for effective disposal.