Srinagar, Nov 24 (PTI) Observing that "insatiable" human greed is bent upon destroying river Jhelum, Jammu and Kashmir High Court today directed the state government to remove all encroachments along Press Trust of India, 1 day ago
Insatiable human greed is bent upon to destroy Jhelum: J&K HC - Press Trust of India, 1 day ago
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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Tuesday warned insurance companies of freezing their bank accounts if they don't follow the court order of paying 50 per cent of insured amount for policies above Rs.25 lakh and 95 per cent for policies ...New Indian Express, 1 month ago HC Challenges Arbitrary State Power Under 144 CrPC Kashmir Observer, 6 days ago HC notice to govt on relief to flood survivors Kashmir Times, 1 week ago HC notice to govt on PIL declaring Roshni Act as ultra vires Kashmir Times, 2 weeks ago
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Jammu and Kashmir High Court will hear tomorrow a petition seeking release of 50 per cent of the sum assured to policy holders in flood-hit areas of the state. A Division Bench of Chief Justice M M Kumar and Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey will hear the petition ...Business Standard, 2 months ago J&K: HC reserves order on plea for interim payment to flood victims IBN Live, 2 months ago HC reserves judgment on payment of interim relief to businessmen Daily Excelsior.com, 2 months ago Fodder scam: HC reserves judgement on Lalu Yadav's petition Jagran Post, 2 months ago
06:21 pm Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir High Court today sought response of the Centre and the state government on a petition seeking a probe into the killing of 35 Sikhs in Chattisinghpora area in March 2000. A Division Bench of the High Court ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago HC gives another opportunity to govt to respond Kashmir Times, 6 days ago HC seeks response of Center, J&K on PIL seeking inquiry into Chittisinghpora Massacre Sikh Siyasat Online, 1 month ago HC seeks response from Centre, J&K in Chattisinghpora Sikhs massacre case Economic Times, 1 month ago
Press Trust of India | Srinagar September 22, 2014 Last Updated at 18:53 IST The Jammu and Kashmir government today said more than two lakh structures were damaged, which included 20,000 houses totally destroyed, in the worst floods in the state in more than ...Business Standard, 2 months ago More than 2L structures damaged, 20,000 houses totally destroyed in floods: JK govt to HC Millennium Post, 2 months ago Over Two Lakh Structures Damaged in Floods: J&K Tells HC Outlook, 2 months ago
Bengaluru, Nov 20: Completing his three-nation tour of Myanmar, Australia and Fiji, Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally returned to India. Follow more news updates on Thursday, Nov 20: 1:55 pm: JK CM Omar Abdullah files nomination from Beerwah ...Oneindia, 6 days ago
INDORE: Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh high court (MPHC), on Tuesday, dismissed the application of former minister and MLA from Manawar, Ranjna Baghel, challenging the petition filed against her election to state assembly in 2013. In February 2014, ...Times of India, 6 days ago HC seeks response of NVDA on mining in Narmada Valley The Freepress Journal, 2 months ago
Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor has informed the Kerala High Court he had not acquired any assets of his late wife Sunanda Pushkar either individually or jointly with her son or anybody else as her movable and immovable assets are not yet ...DNA India, 1 month ago Not acquired any assets of Sunanda Pushkar: Shashi Tharoor in statement in HC Economic Times, 1 month ago
Jammu and Kashmir High Court (HC) has directed insurance companies to pay interim relief to the people who have suffered damage due tothe devastating flood in September. The court also directed Bajaj Allianz to comply with the direction instead of ...NetIndia123.com, 3 weeks ago J-K HC directs insurance companies to pay 50 per cent of insured amount India Today, 2 months ago J-K HC directs insurance cos to pay 50 pc of insured amount The Freepress Journal, 2 months ago Pay claims instantly: SC to insurance firms New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
The Centre on Wednesday told the Delhi High Court that if luxury condoms are removed from the Drug Price Control Order (DPCO) then the manufacturers will flood the market with their expensive variety and make their lesser priced contraceptives ...Millennium Post, 1 week ago HC slams government over condom price ceiling India Today, 2 weeks ago If consumer wants luxury condoms what's the issue: HC to Centre Millennium Post, 2 weeks ago
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