The Karnataka High Court on Saturday told the State Government to issue directions to all those concerned to avoid congregation or rallies after the bypoll results are declared on May 2.
Accordingly, the report was submitted to the court on Saturday.
The Karnataka High Court on Saturday asked the State whether the money spent by the IMA Group on building a government school can be returned or the school building attached.
According to the notification, the recording of evidence in all civil and criminal cases is prohibited, except in the cases where a time schedule is fixed by the Supreme Court and High Court.
Earlier, he was serving as district judge.
Hence, he submitted a representation to the government seeking a CBI probe into the case to bring culprits to book.
This apart, there is no representative amongst the 10 nominated to represent the interests of Scheduled Tribes, as required under the law, the petitioner claimed.
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The Court said that the police officers are hesitating to register FIR against violators despite series of orders passed by it because political or religious leaders are violators in those cases.
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Hearing the petition filed by Dr Sharanya Mohan and 43 others, Justice R Devdas issued the notice.
BWSSB had issued notifications on August 24, 2018, for Non Hyderabad-Karnataka area and Hyderabad-Karnataka area, inviting applications for various posts, including the post of ‘Assistant’.
The second Search Committee was constituted based on a petition filed by one of the aspirants, following directions issued by the High Court in September 2020.
Orders should be issued defining specific dimension of open and closed places/halls’
He also requested the court to issue directions to declare the Bio-Park as deemed forest land.
A division bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice John Michael Cunha was hearing a PIL filed by Bharat Yuvajana Sene from Tilak Nagar in Bengaluru.