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New assistant solicitor general for high court

Advocate Rupinder Singh Khosla has been appointed as Assistant Solicitor General of India.

‘Immediately provide security to Ferozepur MLA’

The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday directed the Punjab Police to provide security to Parminder Singh Pinki,Congress MLA from Ferozepur city,with immediate effect.

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State govt didn’t spend crores sanctioned for court complexes: Centre tells High Court

The Centre Thursday blamed the Punjab government for making “false” claims and not utilising several crores given to it for construction of court complexes in the state.

Challenge quashing of FIR: Social activist to UT

A local social activist has requested the Chandigarh Administration to challenge the order of Punjab and Haryana High Court wherein it quashed the FIR registered against 20 High Court lawyers for thrashing a Police head constable on Court premises.

After the fact-finding report,Bench orders FIR cancellation

High court fracas: ‘The matter deserves to be closed,’ reads the report by Registrar (Vigilance).

Despite HC stay on FIR,lawyers refuse to relent

Hc Fracas: Protesting lawyers create scene,their senior colleagues term it regrettable; Registrar Vigilance to submit fact-finding report.

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Panchkula lawyers too join protests,most cases adjourned

Lawyers suspended work on Wednesday at Panchkula district courts to show solidarity with the advocates of the Punjab and Haryana High Court,who stayed away from courts to protests against the registration of a case against 20 advocates,including the former additional advocate general and ex-president of the High Court Bar Association,Rupinder Singh Khosla,in an high court fracas.

FIR silent on cop slapping former additional advocate general

CCTV footage and the medico-legal report of head constable Ramesh Chand formed the basis of registration of the FIR against the High Court lawyers.

HC fracas: Lawyers strike work

Much to the persecution of the litigants,the Bar Association of the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday decided to proceed on an indefinite strike.

Elsewhere too,lawyers stay away from courts

Soon after the UT police registered a case against 20 advocates of the Punjab and Haryana High Court,including the former additional advocate general and ex-president of the High Court Bar Association,Rupinder Singh Khosla,most advocates at the Chandigarh sessions court suspended work in the courts.

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