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PIL challenges circle rate policy, says rates ‘arbitrary’, ‘unreasonable’

Circle rates are minimum rates decided by government authorities for valuation of land and properties in a particular area.


HC seeks state reply on PIL alleging arbitrary selection

The villages thus selected were to be given a financial help of Rs 30 lakh for improving the development indices.


HC asks state to cancel allotment of multiple flats

A PIL has claimed that beneficiaries of flats under CM’s quota were either related to MLAs or MPs.


SC dismisses PIL seeking LoP status to Congress in Lok Sabha

Supreme Court: Ruling of Speaker in the House is not amenable to judicial review.

Not all EWS students get free uniforms, books, HC told

The order came after a PIL field by NGO alleged that the schools were ‘grossly violating’ the provisions of the RTE Act.


PIL in High Court seeks conversion of vacant reserved seats into general one

Some advertisements issued between 2011-13 were in violation, say general category job aspirants.

CVC selection: SC seeks govt response on PIL

The petition also asked for fixing minimum knowledge and experience in vigilance matters,

‘Let schools bear extra cost for poor students’

The state had sanctioned Rs 14,621 for 2013-14 for the students from economically weaker sections.


SC refuses to entertain PIL for CBI probe against TMC MP Tapas Pal

The PIL was filed by advocate Bijayan Ghosh on July 4, seeking a probe by CBI.


HC orders formation of panel to inspect toilets in rural areas

The petitioners have claimed that absence of toilets at home have led to rise in crimes against women.

PIL in HC seeks 5 per cent reservation for Christians too

We strongly demand for Christians, said President of Alpha Omega, Ashish Shinde.

HC slaps notice on CEPT for closure of climate change course

Petitioners Chirag Shashtri and Mitesh Bhuva, former students of the university, had filed a PIL, seeking reinstatement of the climate change course.

PIL challenges quota for Marathas, Muslims

The decision, he claimed, could be against a Supreme Court ruling capping reservation at 50 per cent.

Relief to terror victims state liability: HC

The PIL, filed by advocate Rajeshwar Panchal, claimed 724 people had died in terror attacks and blasts in Mumbai from 1993 till the Zaveri Bazaar blasts on July 13, 2011.


PIL puts BMC in dock for purchase of ‘expensive’ cardiac ambulances, court issues notice

The corporation procured ambulances for Rs 60 lakh each while ambulances in other better-equipped hospitals were procured for one-third the price, PIL alleges.


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