Calcutta HC orders private schools to offer minimum 20 pc reduction in fees

The Calcutta High Court on Tu0esday ordered 145 private schools here to offer a minimum 20 per cent reduction in fees across the board, while directing that non-essential charges for use of facilities not availed of will not be permissible. Guardians of students of the 145 schools, mostly in an around the city, had moved […]

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Court raps politicians for blocking roads for Durga Puja

The Calcutta High Court yesterday said ministers and politicians organising Durga Puja by blocking roads were behaving like goons and directed the city police to give a report on why a sex workers’ organisation was denied permission to hold a community Puja. Hearing a petition by the Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC), which claims to […]

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Court appoints provisional liquidator for Dunlop India

The Calcutta high court on Monday appointed a provisional liquidator to take charge of the assets of Dunlop India Ltd (DIL). This effectively means that chairman Pawan Ruia or the company’s board of directors won’t be allowed to transfer property from the company till the court hears out the dozen-odd winding up petitions pending against […]

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