SHILLONG: Meghalaya High Court Chief Justice Uma Nath Singh today flagged off the mobile Lok Adalat which is aimed at providing easy access to justice for the people in remote and inaccessible areas. Lauding the Meghalaya State Legal Services ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
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ench headed by Chief Justice Uma Nath Singh and T N K Singh also directed East Khasi Hills district Superintendent of Police M Kharkrang to ensure the appearance of Adelbert Nongrum, the chief executive member of KHADC, in person during the hearing. "He ...Business Standard, 1 month ago HC directs KHADC chief to appear in court Assam Tribune, 1 month ago PTI - HC-KHADC - Meghalaya HC directs KHADC chief to appear in court Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
Senior BJP leader V Shanmuganthan was today sworn-in as the Governor of Meghalaya at the Raj Bhavan here. Chief Justice of the Meghalaya High Court Uma Nath Singh administered the oath of office to Shanmuganthan at a solemn ceremony attended by ...Outlook India, 1 month ago Shanmuganthan to be sworn in as Governor of Meghalaya today Hawkindia.com, 1 month ago Governors take charge Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago V Shanmuganthan sworn in as Meghalaya Governor Jagran Post, 1 month ago
The High Court of Meghalaya has issued notice to the Union Home Secretary to file the response of the Central Government to ensure normalcy during bandhs and other forms of agitation in the state. The full Bench of the High Court comprising Chief ...Nagaland Post, 2 weeks ago Activist files petition seeking probe into registration plate scheme Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
Meghalaya and the other North-eastern states have not been allowed to celebrate national days like Republic Day and Independence Day since the early 1990s. On these two days a bandh would be called by sundry militant organisations with fancy ...The Statesman, 3 weeks ago
SHILLONG, June 2 Working journalists in Meghalaya today decided to move the Press Council of India and other higher authorities against the recent High Court order which restrained the media from publicising the statement by organisations calling ...Assam Tribune, 4 weeks ago Journalists to Move PCI Against HC Order in Meghalaya Outlook India, 4 weeks ago Journalists to move PCI on HC order in Meghalaya Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
Shillong, June 1: Meghalaya director-general of police Rajiv Mehta, who requested the Meghalaya High Court to restrain the media from publishing statements issued by unlawful organisations about bandhs, today acknowledged that it would be difficult ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago No intention to gag media: Mlaya DGP Nagaland Post, 1 month ago No intention to gag media: Meghalaya Police chief ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
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Shillong, May 28 The Meghalaya High Court has banned the media from publishing statements by organisations that call for shutdowns or rallies in the state, resulting in disruption of normal life. The order came after state Director General of ...ProKerala.com, 1 month ago Court rap on shutdown Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago Mlaya HC bans media coverage of shutdown Nagaland Post, 1 month ago HC bans media coverage of shutdowns, rallies in Meghalaya India Online.in, 1 month ago
SHILLONG, May 28 The Meghalaya High Court has threatened to cancel licenses of medical stores, hotels and taxis for denying services to citizens by shutting down, peeved at how a bandh sponsored by an outlawed militant outfit could paralyse life in ...Assam Tribune, 1 month ago Shillong HC: Contempt if unlawful bandh calls reported Indian Express, 1 month ago PTI - HC-DIRECTIVE - HC summons top Meghalaya officials on bandh issue, issues directive Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago HC Summons Top Meghalaya Officials on Bandh Issue Outlook India, 1 month ago
. Narendra Modi at Madison Square Garden during his visit to the United States. By: Ruhi Tewari, Abantika Ghosh, Raghvendra Rao, Manoj CG,Maneesh Chhibber, Shubhajit Roy, Pradeep Kaushal, Pranav Kulkarni, Avishek G Dastidar and Vijaita Singh ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
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