Weekly roundups in High Court

Bombay high court

  • It has increased the interim protection provided to researcher Anand Teltumbde. It has been extended from February 11, 2019, to February 22, 2019. The forthcoming date of hearing is fixed as February 22, 2019. The court has also added that if the case results in an arrest, there are chances for the person to release on bail. The person has pay about ₹ 1 lakh for obtaining the bail bond.
    Delhi high court:
  • As per the Board of Discipline mentioned by Chartered Accountants Act of 1949, it is possible to take action against the chartered accountant for activities such as sexual harassment performed by the person apart from the professional duty.
  • The company’svalidity of rule 3(2) that is registered valuation and valuers rules of2017 has been upheld. According to the rule, a registered valuer could not be any company or partnership entity especially when it is a joint venture, subsidiary or another company or associate or body corporate.
  • As per the notifications of the centre, banning of sale and manufacture of certain drug combinations or FDCs that are utilized for the cure of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. They are not allowed to give drugs when they fail to show improvement or any changes in spite of glycemic control with exercise, diet and utilization of dual therapy.

Gauhati high court

  • Given anticipatory bail to HirenGohain (Assamese litterateur) and Akhil Gogoi (KMSS leader) against where the police have registered an agitation case.
    Jammu and Kashmir high court
  • It has turned negative for the appeal challenging special allowance in the employment matter that was given in courtesy of Kashmiri Pandits who are residing in the Kashmir Valley.
    Karnataka high court
  • It was observed that there is no mischief in obtaining minimum score in the interview. If the candidate is found very young, the committee can plan and give the result as try again or failed instead of giving minimum marks to the student. Justice R.Devdas shared his suggestions quoting that giving minimum marks could look like the candidate is not appropriate for appointment. Therefore, he commented that either to give try again or failed remarks.

Kerala high court

  • Discharged public interest litigation filed by the lawyer pursuing ban of donation of body organs like heart, kidneys, liver, etc. even to save a life.

Madras high court

  • Justice N. Seshasayee told that no god would expect an individual to torture himself and his body for the sake of atonement. He suggested that the temple authorities should stop giving such faith-based practices that are self-torturing. The High Court of Madurai Bench has considered this petition so as to reject the practice of using cranes in milk pot that was referred to as parakkumkavadi procession.
  • Directed the ICC (Internal Complaints Committee) to focus into sexual harassment accusations against S. Murugan who is the joint director of Directorate of Anti-Corruption and Vigilance. The complaint against S. Murugan was filed by the woman IPS officer.
  • Granting bail to a person to take part in the engagement ceremony of his son rejected the objection as engagement attending the ceremony is not considered to give parole.

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