Sanjeev Verma

Articles By Sanjeev Verma

Haryana: Financial commissioner sends summons to Nepal resident via WhatsApp

Senior advocates in Punjab and Haryana High Court, dealing in land matters, say they have never heard of summon service through WhatsApp

Navjot Singh Sidhu shouldn’t appear in TV show: Punjab and Haryana HC agrees ‘in principle’

The court, however, refrained from issuing notice to the state government at this stage.

Bill Passed In Assembly: Punjab raises bar for law officers, higher than HC judges

At the same time, Article 165 of the Constitution, regarding appointment of the A-G, says the Governor shall appoint a person as advocate general, who is qualified to be appointed an High Court judge.

Punjab and Haryana HC judge appointment: Lawyers oppose age cap of 55

The Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association, sent a letter to the CJI, the PM, the union Law Minister and the Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court requesting for "revising/modifying the anti–lawyers decision regarding age bar taken in MoP."

Lawyers oppose age cap of 55 for High Court judge appointment

The association wrote that Articles 124 and 217 of Constitution regarding appointment of judges do not provide any age bar.

Punjab and Haryana HC to get more judges, after MoP nod by Centre

As of now, the HC has 46 judges and around 2.80 lakh cases are pending adjudication

Office-of-profit law does not bar Sidhu, but code of conduct does

Sidhu, who has been appointed as Cabinet Minister for Local Government and Tourism and Cultural Affairs, Archives and Museums, has said he would continue to participate in ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’.

Samjhauta Blast case: NIA court summons 13 Pakistan witnesses

The blasts had occurred near Dewana railway station in Panipat district of Haryana, killing 68 people, mostly from Pakistan.

Samjhauta blast case: 13 Pakistani witnesses summoned

Rajan Malhotra, NIA’s counsel, said that the summons would be served through the External Affairs Ministry.

CM Captain Amarinder Singh’s counsel takes over as Punjab Advocate General

Nanda has served as the state’s Additional Advocate General in 2002-2006 during the previous Congress government in Punjab.

Punjab election results 2017: Youngest candidate defeats minister by 265 votes in Fazilka

Out of a total of 1,43,191 counted votes, Davinder bagged 39,276, Jyani 39,011 and Independent candidate Rajdeep Kaur 38,135.

Chandigarh: Sukhbir Singh Badal holds Jalalabad fort

Though Badal managed to retain the seat, his winning margin drastically reduced from 50,246 in 2012 to 18,500 this time.

Former Punjab Chief Justice violated Constitution: High Court judge

The Chief Justice has powers to relax rules, after being satisfied of undue hardship to the concerned person in “just and equitable manner”.

Nearly 41 years on, HC verdict on Dera Baba Gandha Singh of Barnala

Punjab and Haryana High Court concluded that Dera Baba Gandha Singh of Barnala in Sangrur district of Punjab is a Nirmala Sadhu Dera and not a Sikh gurdwara

HC judge sets aside out-of-turn promotion to Chief Justice’s protocol officer

The petitioners have submitted that it was on December 20, 2010, during the tenure of then Chief Justice Mukul Mudgal (now retired), that Rajbir was allegedly given out-of-turn promotion from driver to senior assistant.

SYL row: Arrested INLD leaders, workers yet to seek bail

Leader of Opposition in the Haryana assembly Abhay Chautala along with party MPs, 18 MLAs and some ex-MLAs were arrested by the Punjab police at Shambhu barrier in Patiala.

Punjab and Haryana HC orders Rs 3 lakh interim compensation for squatter who lost leg 

After a dried tree fell on her in a storm and crushed her leg, the UT MC had termed it an ‘act of God’ and refused to pay compensation

Four law officers continue to defend Haryana without extension

“I have recommended their extension to the government because we need law officers. If the government does not approve of it, we are not going to pay them salaries,” said Haryana AG.

Punjab: CAT quashes chargesheets against IAS officer, orders his reappointment

CAT found that the state government orders “smack of malafide intent” and are “vitiated on account of arbitrary exercise of power".

Give senior-most IAS officer post equivalent to chief secretary: CAT to Punjab

The tribunal expressed the posting order was “vitiated on account of arbitrary exercise of power and deserves to be quashed.

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