Karnataka HC Prohibits Media From Publishing Details Involving Privacy Of Individuals In Matrimonial Proceedings.

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“What is an information to others according to a journalist, could be a personal and sensitive information to an individual in a litigation relating to a matrimonial dispute.” Cautioning the media against violating privacy of parties involved in marital dispute, the Karnataka High court has observed that the publication or telecast of information involving the… Read more »

Tipu a monarch, not freedom fighter: Karnataka HC

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The Karnataka High Court today questioned the state government’s logic behind celebrating the birth anniversary of Tipu Sultan, observing he wasn’t a freedom fighter but a monarch who fought to safeguard his interests. “What is the logic behind celebrating Tipu Jayanti? Tipu was not a freedom fighter, but a monarch who fought the opponents to… Read more »

K’taka govt moves SC against Jaya’s acquittal in DA case

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The Karnataka government today moved the Supreme Court challenging the state high court verdict acquitting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case. The state government in its appeal, filed through advocate Joseph Aristotle, has sought setting aside of the Karnataka HC order and also pleaded that the disqualification of the AIADMK… Read more »

Karnataka HC sets aside single judge order on BBMP polls

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BBMP polls

In a relief to Siddaramaiah government, the Karnataka high Court today set aside its single judge’s order to hold polls to the city civic body Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanaraga Palike (BBMP) by May 30, an issue on which the ruling party and the Opposition are at loggerheads. The court, however, asked the state government and the… Read more »

Karnataka HC reserves orders for tomorrow in illegal mining case

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The Karnataka High Court today reserved to tomorrow its orders on the anticipatory bail plea of former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa and his kin in the illegal mining case. Justice Subhash B Adi after hearing arguments from both sides, reserved the orders to tomorrow