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‘Judges pursuing higher education fall short in duty’

In light of lower court judges and high court officials failing to fulfil the workload criteria, the Registrar General (RG) of Bombay High Court has issued a restraining order, stopping them from pursuing higher education without its prior permission. HC RG ... Asian Age, 6 days ago

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Deccan Chronicle

No ban on journalists from courts: Ashok Menon

Kochi: The Registrar- General of Kerala High Court, Mr Ashok Menon, on Saturday issued a press note stating that there is no ban on journalists attending and reporting court proceedings. Mr Menon issued the press statement through an email ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago 'No ban on journalists'  New Indian Express1 month ago Kerala court confirms no ban on journalists  Gulf Times1 month ago No ban on media, says HC as cops attack newsmen  The Gulf Today1 month ago
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Times of India

No action against lawyers till five-judge panel takes call: Registrar-General

CHENNAI: IN an effort to buy peace with the protesting lawyers who have announced a siege of Madras High Court on Monday against the amendments to the Advocates Act, the High Court has clarified that no action will be taken under the amended rules ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Go before judges panel, CJ Kaul tells agitators  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Complaints against SC, HC judges may go to panel  Times of India4 weeks ago PTI - HC-REGISTRAR 2 LAST - (REOPENS LGM2)  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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No ban on media: HC

The High Court Registrar General has said there is no ban on journalists from attending and reporting court proceedings. Individual judges will be at liberty to decline access to any person at their chambers and the office of the private ...
 The Hindu1 month ago PTI - HC-MEDIA(LGM3)  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
Financial Express

Jammu & Kashmir High Court functioned during unrest in Valley: Registrar General

The Registrar General of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court today refuted reports that the court was closed... "There is absolutely no substances (in the reports that the high court was closed due to the unrest)," Hanjura said. (PTI) The Registrar ...
 Financial Express1 month ago PTI - KASHMIR-COURT - J-K HC functioned during unrest in Valley: Registrar General  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago HC functioning during unrest: RG  Kashmir Times1 month ago J&K HC functioned during unrest in Valley: Registrar General  Oneindia1 month ago
State Times

HC extends time for submission of verification forms

SRINAGAR, Aug 5: According to a notification issued by the Registrar General, High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar, the Advocates concerned are informed that the time for submission of verification forms has been extended by 15 days from the ...
 Kashmir Times3 weeks ago High Court comes to rescue of 8-yr old arrested in Pulwama  Greater Kashmir3 weeks ago HC directs Div Com to issue notice against illegal constructions  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago HC functioning regularly, properly in Srinagar: RG  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
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State can't conduct population census: Centre

The Registrar General and Census Commissioner of India on Monday submitted to the High Court that the Constitution of India empowers only the Central government to conduct a population census in the country. The Central government counsel said that Article ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

8,000 judicial employees strike work;courts crippled

A release issued by the High Court Registrar General also warned that if the strike is not stopped immediately, it may have to consider other options to ensure that the litigants do not suffer.( PTI ) Around 8,000 employees working in various ...
 NewsFlow241 month ago Staff stir paralyses Telangana courts  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago 8,000 judicial staff strike work in Telangana, courts crippled  Millennium Post1 month ago Telangana:8,000 judicial employees strike work;courts crippled  New Indian Express1 month ago
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HC: Videograph lawyers' protest

Madurai: The Madras high court has directed the registrar general of the high court, registrar (administration) of the Madurai bench and district judges to make arrangements to videograph any untoward incidents during the protest scheduled by the ...
 Times of India1 month ago HC moved against felling of trees  Business Standard2 months ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Widow loses child name case

Fidelis MunyoroChief Court Reporter The High Court has blocked a Harare woman from registering her minor child born out of wedlock in the late father's name without the relatives consent and instead allowed her to register the child in her own ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago WOMAN BARRED FROM REGISTERING CHILD IN DEAD FATHERS NAME  Zimbabwe Daily1 month ago Court bars woman from registering child in late father's name  Bulawayo24 News1 month ago STUPID JUDGE: Woman Blocked From Registering Son In Own Father's Name  ZimEye1 month ago
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