Dunlop appeals against liquidator’s appointment, court refuses stay

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The Calcutta High Court Thursday refused to stay its order appointing a liquidator for tyre-maker Dunlop India Ltd (DIL) after the company sought an injunction against this. A bench of justices K.J. Sengupta and J.M. Bagchi also asked the liquidator to act as a “special officer of the court” and prepare an inventory of the… Read more »

Calcutta High Court judge laments farmer suicides

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In the wake of rising number of farmer suicides in the country, a Calcutta High Court judge Saturday said India was not yet free and political justice was a misnomer and impossible to get. “Peasants who feed the entire country are taking away their lives because they are not getting even the minimum price they… Read more »

Singur case referred to Calcutta High Court chief justice

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A division bench of the Calcutta High Court Tuesday referred Tata Motors’ appeal in the Singur land case to the chief justice after the West Bengal government counsel argued that the bench did not have the power to determine the case. ‘As per court list, this matter cannot be determined by this bench. It’s our… Read more »

Tata may challenge Singur land law verdict Tuesday

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The Calcutta High Court Monday permitted Tata Motors to appeal against its verdict validating the Singur land law but the petition could not be filed as advocates suspended work to condole a colleague’s death. The petition is likely to be filed Tuesday.  The division bench of Justice K.J. Sengupta and Justice Joymalya Bagchi permitted company’s… Read more »