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Harynana: Panel headed by chief secy to examine tribunal’s ‘legality, viability’

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s decision to order formation of a committee’s on the matter comes after representatives of the Bar Association met him in New Delhi on August 9.

Explained: Why lawyers have objected to setting up of Haryana Administrative Tribunal

Official data reveals that nearly 11,000 cases will be transferred from the High Court to Tribunal once it starts functioning.

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Lawyers’ stir continues against Haryana move on administrative tribunal, litigants suffer

At a High Court where the pendency has increased to 4,67,756 cases, each day at least 3,000 cases on average are getting adjourned sans any hearing since July 26.

HC orders stay on setting up of Haryana Administrative Tribunal

The lawyers' protest started last week, with few district bar associations joining them Thursday and abstaining from courts. They allege that setting up a quasi-judicial body like the Tribunal encroaches upon the judicial independence and powers of the High Court.

Chandigarh: Amid protest, lakhs of pending cases delayed; lawyers say they won’t back down

The lawyers allege that setting-up a quasi-judicial body like the tribunal encroaches upon the judicial independence and powers of the high court.

Haryana Administrative Tribunal Row: HC Bar body asks lower court lawyers to back protest

The lawyers have been staying away from courtrooms at the High Court since Friday last week and seeking revocation of the notification issued by the Centre for establishing the Haryana Administrative Tribunal - a quasi-judicial body for adjudication of service matters of Haryana employees.

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Punjab and Haryana HC: Work affected as lawyers continue protest

The Tribunal is to deal with the service matters of Haryana government employees, on lines of the Central Administrative Tribunal.

Manesar students knock on high court door over safety fears

Four girls from the Government Girls Senior Secondary School in Manesar approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court last week, seeking a solution to security issues they are facing at the institution.

Behind stupendous Punjab class 10 result, inflated marks— courtesy ‘scrapped’ policy

Announcing the results earlier this year, PSEB had claimed that 3.17 lakh regular students had appeared for class 10 exams of which 2.71 lakh (85.56 per cent ) had passed.

Haryana: Lawyer who tried to kill magistrate wife gets bail, she a gunman

She alleged that the man used to beat her “mercilessly” and “used filthy language” while taunting her in the name of her family background but she “tolerated it for the sake of their marriage and the honour of her parents”.

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