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Kerala to challenge Central government ban on cattle sale for slaughter in court
27.05.17 - TEAM PT

The Left-ruled Kerala is exploring legal options to tide over the Centre’s new regulation on cattle trade even as several youth outfits organised beef festivals at many places on Saturday in protest.
Various bodies and political parties reacted sharply to the government's decision to ban the ...

Jokes on Sikh community: SC says Courts can't lay down moral guidelines
07.02.17 - TEAM PT

The Supreme Court refused on Tuesday to issue any direction on a petition seeking to ban jokes on Sikhs, saying it will be impossible to implement its order or guidelines.

The apex court said it can’t lay moral guidelines for the citizens over the issue. "We ...

Customers won’t have to pay transaction fees at petrol pumps, assures govt
09.01.17 - TEAM PT

Credit and debit cards will continue to be accepted at petrol pumps even after January 13 without customers having to pay transaction charges, the government said on Monday.

Banks and oil companies are in discussions as to who should bear these charges, it said a day ...

Haji Ali Dargah to give complete access to women
24.10.16 - TEAM PT

In a landmark decision, the Haji Ali Trust told the Supreme Court on Monday that it will grant women access into the sanctum sanctorum of the iconic dargah and asked for four weeks to implement the order.
A bench comprising Chief Justice T S Thakur and ...

Patna HC cancels Bihar govt’s prohibition law, terms it ‘illegal’
30.09.16 - team pt

Now one can enjoy his drinks in Bihar at his leisure as in a major blow to Nitish Kumar-led government, the Patna High Court on Friday struck down the state's Prohibition of Liquor Act. The court termed the act as 'illegal', reported ANI.
The Bihar Prohibition ...

Haji Ali dargah must allow women to enter the inner sanctum : High Court
26.08.16 - TEAM PT

In a significant judgment, the Bombay High Court today lifted the ban imposed on women from entering the sanctum sanctorum of Haji Ali dargah here, saying it contravenes the fundamental rights of a person.

A division bench of Justice V M Kanade and Justice Revati Mohite-Dere ...

JNU row: Kanhaiya fined Rs 10,000, Umar and Anirban rusticated
25.04.16 - pt team

The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration on Monday announced rustication of Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhhatacharya in connection with an event organised in the campus to mark the death anniversary of Afzal Guru.

According to The Hindu report, while Umar has been rusticated for one semester ...

What Punjab Can't Even Imagine - Bihar A Dry State!
05.04.16 - pt team

Bihar has today shown a path on which any Punjab government can not ever imagine to walk. A few days ago Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal has announced that Punjab government will file a PIL in Supreme Court against the cultivation and sale ...




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