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U'khand HC Invites Applications For Law Clerks; Offers Honorarium Of Rs 35k/M

Posted under Top Stories, by Neha Sonker / 2 hours ago

The Uttarakhand HC has invited applications for a total of 10 posts of ‘Law Clerks (Trainee)’ on a contractual basis carrying a fixed honorarium of Rs.35,000/- per month with no Dearness and/or any other allowance and also without any other perquisite such as residential accommodation etc.

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Only Med Students With 40% Permanent Disability Can Seek Transfer: HC

Posted under Legal, Top Stories, by Neha Sonker / 3 hours ago

Upholding the rule laid by Directorate of Medical Education and Research, the Nagpur bench of Bombay HC rejected a student's plea making it clear that only those having permanent disability of over 40% can be permitted to take a college transfer. A division bench also advised MCI, to frame specific guidelines for its definition of “genuine grounds” under which medicos seek transfers to other colleges.

Read more at Times of India

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Bombay HC Stays Notice Issued by CGST To Advocate For Levying Service Tax

Posted under Taxation, Legal, Top Stories, by Tanu Singh / 3 hours ago

In a temporary reprieve for a city-based advocate, the Bombay High Court recently stayed a show cause cum demand notice issued against him for levying service tax. The notice issued by the assistant commissioner of Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) was stayed by a bench of Justices Ujjal Bhuyan and Milind Jadhav.

Read more at Free Press Journal

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HC Directs CBI Court To Adjourn Manesar Land Case Till After February 24

Posted under Legal, Top Stories, by Neha Sonker / 3 hours ago

The Punjab and Haryana high court has asked the court of the Special CBI judge, Panchkula, to adjourn trial proceedings in the Manesar land case after February 24. Taking up a petition by former Haryana IAS officer Sudeep Singh Dhillon, justice Arvind Singh Sangwan of the high court issued notice of motion to the CBI. “List again on February 24."

Read more at Hindustan Times

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Delhi HC Stays Trial Court Order Summoning Make My Trip CEO In Cheating Case

Posted under Legal, Top Stories, by Tanu Singh / 4 hours ago

The Delhi High Court has put on hold a trial court order summoning online travel company Make My Trip's (MMT) CEO Deep Kalra in a cheating case filed by a lawyer. Justice Anu Malhotra issued the interim direction on Kalra's plea seeking quashing of the trial court order dated March 3, 2020 and proceedings emanating from it.

Read more at Economic Times

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