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Karnataka High Court quashes creation of Anti-Corruption Bureau by State

Posted under Legal, by Apoorva Gaur / 1 minute ago

The Karnataka High Court abolished the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) established by the State government by way of a a notification dated March 14, 2016.

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[Release of PMLA accused after discharge in predicate offence] Approach HC bench dealing with bail matters: Bombay High Court to ED

Posted under Legal, by Apoorva Gaur / 52 minutes ago

The Bombay High Court today held that the challenge by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to the order of a Special Court temporarily releasing two accused in a money laundering case after their discharge from the predicate offence ought to be challenged before the High Court bench dealing with bail matters.

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Karnataka High Court refuses to quash POCSO case against KG teacher who used to remove pants of student, lock her in dark room as punishment

Posted under Legal, by Apoorva Gaur / 1 hour ago

The Karnataka High Court last month refused to quash criminal proceedings under the stringent Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act initiated against a kindergarten teacher who used to remove pants of students and lock them in dark rooms as punishment.

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ACB was constituted to shield corrupt politicians, ministers, officers from watchful eyes of Lokayukta: Karnataka High Court

Posted under Legal, by Apoorva Gaur / 2 hours ago

The Karnataka Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) was established by the State government in a bid to shield corrupt politicians, ministers and officers from the watchful eyes of the Lokayukta, with an intention to weaken the Lokayukta, the Karnataka High Court.

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Indiscipline in forces may be dealt with by transferring erring personnel: Kerala High Court

Posted under Legal, by Apoorva Gaur / 4 hours ago

The Kerala High Court held that it is permissible to deal with indiscipline of employees, especially in disciplined forces, by transferring the erring officers.

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