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SC: Why CPI (M) Leader Tarigami was still in Delhi if his Medical Condition is now Stable

The three-judge bench of Supreme Court comprising of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde and Justice S Abdul allowed CPI (M) leader Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami to return to Kashmir. The liberty of CPI (M) leader Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami was curtailed following the security reasons. The petition was filed by Sitaram Yechury seeking issuance of Habeas Corpus for production of J & K Party State Secretary, Tarigami.

Bombay HC dismisses Petition Challenging the appoints of 3 State Minister

The division bench of Justice SC Dharmadhikari and GS Patel passed an order wherein granted relief to Maharashtra Government by dismissing the petitions challenging the appointments of Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil, Jaydutt Kshirsagar and Avinsh Mahatekar as minister in the Maharashtra government. Vikhe-Patil, who was Leader of Opposition in the state assembly, had resigned from the Congress and as a Member of the Legislative Assembly. He was allotted the Housing portfolio in the recent cabinet reshuffle that took place on June 16. Kshirsagar, who quit the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and joined the Shiv Sena, was given charge of the Employment Guarantee and Horticulture Ministry. Republican Party of India (A) leader Mahatekar also took an oath as a Minister of State for Social Justice and Special Assistance.

Sikkim High Court gets New Women Acting Chief Justice

The central government on retirement of incumbent Chief Justice Vijai Kumar Best appointed Justice Meenakshi Madan Rai as new Acting Chief Justice of the Sikkin High Court. To note, Justice Rai, the first woman judge of the Sikkim High Court, has already served as the Acting Chief Justice of Sikkim High Court between July and October 2018.

SC to Examine on Illegal Detention of Children in Kashmir

Ms. Enakshi Ganguly, known child rights expert and Prof. Shanta Sinha, the first Chairperson of the National Commission of Child Rights filed Public Interest Litigation in Supreme Court against the alleged illegal detention of children in J & K in the wake of revocation of Article 370 of the Constitution of India. It has been prayed that all children who are currently detained be produced before the Juvenile Justice Committee of the High Court and brought under their care and supervision, so that they may provided with the necessary support.

J&K HC allowed 2 MPs of NCP to meet Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir High Court bench of Justice Sanjeev Kumar has allowed Two Members of the Parliament (Lok Sabha), belonging to National Conference Party, to meet Dr Farooq Abdullah and Mr Omar Abdullah, President and Vice President of their party, respectively. Justice Sanjeev Kumar has allowed the petition filed by MPs Justice (retd.) Hasnain Masoodi (Anantnag) and Akbar Lone (Baramulla) with stringent conditions. The Court has directed that the petitioners, after meeting shall not go to press/media regarding their meeting and deliberations with them.

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