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Creche for kids of judges accepts only 'neat and clean' children
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Creche for kids of judges accepts only 'neat and clean' children

A creche facility for the children of judicial officers and staff at the Rohini district court complex in New Delhi has run into controversy for issuing a fiat that the kids of non-judicial members would be allowed only if they were "neat and clean" and "free from disease". The court staffers are now up in arms as the administrative circular also states that their children would be allowed only if the children of judicial officers were not present in the day-care facility. Several court ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

#id6040.prefinit .imgmask{background-image:url("http://www.legallyindia.com/images/prachishrivastava/bg5pk1j3.jpg");width:200px;height:145px;}Delhi court wavers on new creche for neat, clean, disease-free kids only, reports Delhi Barfly

bg5pk1j3 Ain't it just the way? The only thing that's come out of the Rohini district court in months is a circular issued by its Building Management Committee, headed by judges Pradeep Chadda and Yogesh Khanna. The unfortunate memo, issued on ...
 Legally India1 month ago
Indian Express

New circular: All kids are welcome at creche, no discrimination

The clarification came after an earlier directive led to widespread protests from within the legal community and outside. The District and Sessions Judge (Northwest & North) issued a circular clarifying that the directive regarding the creche ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Indian Express

Court acquits youth saying he did not know he had cartridge in bag

Arguing against trial court order, Sumit's counsel had stated that some one has played mischief with him by placing the live cartridge in his bag. Can mere possession of an ammunition be a sufficient ground to try someone under the Arms Act? ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

A death unnoticed

The body of a 32-year old Bangladeshi woman, Nargis, was recovered from a railway station in India and was handed over to her family by the immigration police at Benapole on April 20. The victim's family alleged that she was abducted, raped, and ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago
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