Former chief justice of Meghalaya high court, Uma Nath Singh, will head Delhi's State Human Rights Commission that has been set up in compliance with Supreme Court directions. Times of India, 3 weeks ago
SHILLONG, Dec 12 - Meghalaya High Court Chief Justice, Uma Nath Singh, today inaugurated a Juvenile Home at Mawdiangdiang, at the outskirts of the State Capital here.The Social Welfare department was allotted the Home built on a three acre plot. The land was ...The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago Ensure security to Judges : Meghalaya HC directs Union Govt United News of India, 1 month ago HC order on judges' security Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago Meghalaya HC summons Union Home Secy over judges security United News of India, 1 month ago
Delhi government has set up its first State Human Rights Commission, a senior official today said. Justice (retired) Uma Nath Singh is its Chairperson and social activist Raj Mangal Prasad a member. A senior government official said that there was ...Business Standard, 3 weeks ago Delhi govt to set up State Human Rights Commission Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago Delhi Government to Set Up Maiden State Human Rights Commission New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago Delhi Govt. to set up maiden State Human Rights Commission Sify, 3 weeks ago
Shillong, Jan 29 (UNI) President Pranab Mukherjee today appointed Justice Sudip Ranjan Sen as the acting Chief Justice of Meghalaya High Court with immediate effect, a government statement stated. His appointment came after Chief Justice Uma Nath ...United News of India, 1 week ago Sen new acting chief justice of Meghalaya HC Prokerala, 1 week ago
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SCOI scoop: How come SC didn't recall its notice to another governor in November, but on Monday realised Arunachal governor is immune?
Photo by @aparatbar In the ongoing hearing of the challenges to imposition of President's rule Arunachal Pradesh , the SC constitution bench recalled its notice issued to the state Governor, Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa, when the AG, Mukul Rohatgi, ...Legally India, 5 days ago
Shillong, Jan. 25: The Meghalaya government is ready to present a report before Meghalaya High Court in respect of granting benefits of scholarships to students who are "minorities" in the state. The report, prepared by a Task Force Committee, ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago Meghalaya High Court to hear denial of rights to Niam Khasi and Niam Tre United News of India, 1 month ago Meghalaya HC closes right of state to file affidavit on Lokayukta United News of India, 1 month ago
Shillong, Jan 22 : Meghalaya's opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) has asked Chief Minister Mukul Sangma to sack Urban Affairs Minister Mazel Ampareen Lyngdoh after the High Court directed the CBI to register a case against her and 21 others ...Newshence.com, 2 weeks ago
The Meghalaya High Court on Wednesday issued a bailable warrant against Minority Affairs Secretary, Amarendra Sinha after he failed to appear the court as per the court's earlier direction. On December 12, the Court had directed the Secretary of ...Nagaland Post, 3 weeks ago Meghalaya HC issues warrant against union secretary ProKerala.com, 3 weeks ago Meghalaya HC issues bailable warrant to Minority Affairs secy Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago Meghalaya HC issues warrant to Minority Affairs secretary The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Meghalaya High Court Shillong, Jan. 13: Meghalaya High Court today asked the state government to bring a suitable and comprehensive legislation to settle controversies over the powers of rangbah shnong (headman) as there was no uniformity in ...Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Bring village chiefs under RTI, Meghalaya HC rules Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago PTI - HC-HEADMAN - Bring village chiefs under RTI, Meghalaya HC rules Namibia Press Agency, 3 weeks ago
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