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Format of Affidavit For Allotment of Flat

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Format of Affidavit For Allotment of Flat I  Sh./Smt. _________ Son/Daughter/Wife of _________ Resident of _________ do hereby solemnly affirm and declare as under: 1.    That I am resident of _________, _________ and presently residing at _________. 2.    That my present age is _________ years. 3.    That neither I nor my spouse nor any of […]

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Suit For Damages Compensation Format

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___________ ____________ VERSUS M/S ___________ & OTHERS SUIT FOR DAMAGES/COMPENSATION OF RS. _______/- APPLICATION UNDER ORDER __ RULE _ READ WITH SECTION ___ OF CPC FOR PERMISSION TO INSTITTUE THIS SUIT AS FORMA PAUPERIS/INDIGENT PERSON AND SUIT FOR RECOVERY OF DAMAGES OF RS. _______/- RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH: 1- That the applicant /plaintiffs having no means and […]

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Get beggars off the streets, court tells Delhi government

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Delhi government’s counsel told a division bench of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice Ajit Bharioke that most of the beggars in the capital are from other states. Counsel said co-ordination with the states is difficult without the intervention of the central government. The court then issued a notice to the central government on the […]

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Delhi HC sets aside monetary reward

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The Delhi High Court has set aside a monetary award granted to a Delhi Development Authority contractor by an arbitrator, saying that “the arbitrator took upon himself the job of rewarding a corrupt contractor and thereby rewarding corrupt DDA officials”. The DDA had given a contract to Messrs K. C. Chibber & Company to build […]

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HC to hear PIL on swine flu

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Delhi High Court will take up for hearing public interest litigation seeking directions to the Centre and the Delhi Government to take effective measures to deal with cases of swine flu in the Capital. The petitioner, social worker Anjana Jain through her lawyer Sugriv Dubey, has alleged that Delhi’s government hospitals do not have sufficient […]

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Centre tells SC many steps underway to check terrorism

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The central government told the Supreme Court that it had been pursuing a multi-pronged strategy to counter terrorism and had initiated a series of measures to put up a near fail-proof infrastructure for the purpose. Stating this before a bench of Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan and Justice B.S. Chauhan, it sought dismissal of a lawsuit […]

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SC ready to reveal information under RTI

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Supreme Court told the Delhi High Court that it was ready to reveal information under the Right to Information Act (RTI) on a complaint against an Allahabad High Court judge. Attorney General Ghulam E. Vahanvati, appearing for the Supreme Court, made the submission before the high court that although he does not accept the correctness […]

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SC concerned over failing monsoon, skyrocketing prices

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Supreme Court expressed its concern over the monsoon failure, threat of drought and further rise in the skyrocketing prices of essential commodities, and urged the government to provide succor to people. “Prices are rising. Pulses’ prices too are rising. So are those of other food items of the common man,” observed a bench of Justice […]

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Illegal slaughterhouses polluting drinking water in UP: NHRC

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National Human Rights Commission has ordered the closure of illegal slaughterhouses and furnaces used in extraction of animal bone fat in Meerut city of Uttar Pradesh because the blood and animal waste flushed into open drains has started polluting drinking water supply system. An official of the commission said: “The commission has issued a notice […]

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Right To Education Bill raises bar for schools

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With the passage of The Right to Children Free and Compulsory Education Bill, on free and compulsory education to children in Parliament, the quality of education in schools in the country is set to take a forward leap. The Bill, which makes education a right of every child in the age group of six to […]

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Dalai Lama to receive IF Award

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The National Civil Rights Museum in the US will confer the International Freedom Award on the Dalai Lama for his “steadfast commitment to protecting and defending the rights of oppressed people of Tibet “.

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Apex Court stop UP from demolishing Lucknow jail

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The Supreme Court suspended its own order that had allowed the Uttar Pradesh government to raze to the ground the sprawling 195-acre Lucknow Jail to pave the way for construction of an ecological park.

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court dismisses plea

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Dismissing a PIL petition filed against the unveiling of Thiruvalluvar statue at Ulsoor, the Karnataka High Court gave a free hand to the State Government to initiate action against organisations and persons, including the petitioners, if they organised any bandh or agitation against the function scheduled for Sunday. A Division Bench, comprising Chief Justice P.D. […]

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President inauguration Armed Forces Tribunal

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President Pratibha Patil inaugurated the Armed Forces Tribunal, an exclusive court for nearly 2.5 million serving and retired defence personnel. The principal bench of the tribunal will start functioning Monday.

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Bail application of Vikas and Vishal dismissed

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The Delhi High Court dismissed the bail applications of Vikas and Vishal Yadav, who are serving life sentence for killing Nitish Katara.

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Law panel for division of SC into five benches

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The Law Commission of India has recommended division of the Supreme Court in four regional benches at Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai or Hyderabad besides another one at Delhi to adjudicate on matters involving only constitutional questions.

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HC seeks government’s views on plea against salary hike for MLAs

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A Division Bench of the Madras High Court ordered the government pleader to get instructions from the government on a public interest litigation petition seeking a direction to the State Finance Secretary not to implement the salary hike announced for MLAs. The Bench, comprising Chief Justice H.L.Gokhale and Justice D. Murugesan, posted the matter for […]

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Death for three in 2003 Mumbai bomb blasts case

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A special Prevention of Terrorism Act court on Thursday sentenced to death all the three persons convicted in the bomb blasts case of 2003. The explosions claimed 54 lives and injured 244 people. The case comprises blasts at the Gateway of India and Zaveri Bazaar on August 25, 2003, the blast aboard a bus at […]

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Exclusion of non-serious candidates from elections

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A Bill, namely, the Representation of the People (Second Amendment) Bill, 2008 has been introduced in Rajya Sabha on the 24th October,2008, which inter-alia includes among others, the proposal to increase the security deposit of the candidates from Rs.10000 to Rs.25000 and Rs.5000 to Rs.10000 for Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha respectively, which would be […]

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DoPT initiatives to strengthen RTI Act

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Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) has initiated action on a proposal to review the Second Schedule to the RTI Act, 2005 which contains the names of security and intelligence organizations exempt from its purview, with a view to strengthen the RTI Act. It is being examined whether some of the organizations could be deleted […]

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Do we need deemed universities, asks Apex Court

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Supreme Court asked the government if the country needs any deemed universities, which have mushroomed amid complaints that instead of imparting quality education many of them have been fleecing students.

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Tragedy of Bhopal gas, Court asks CBI to arrest W. Anderson

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A court in Bhopal ordered the CBI to arrest former Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson, and produce him without delay, prompting survivors of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy to celebrate on the streets.

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HC seeks UP Govt help on child definition

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Allahabad High Court has sought the assistance of Attorney General and Uttar Pradesh government on the issue relating to the discrepancy in law in the definition of child in case of kidnapping and rape. The Lucknow Bench issued notices to the Attorney General and Advocate General, asking them to submit their respective explanations, assigning reasons […]

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Stop shrines coming up in public places: Apex Court

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While agreeing that removal of illegal shrines existing in public places can create law and order problems, the Supreme Court Friday asked the government to ensure that no new temple, church, mosque comes up without permission on public land, if it does, the local official responsible be punished.

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