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Notice no. 56/R.G./2017 Bilaspur, Dated 21
Memo no. 53/R.G./2017 Bilaspur, Dated 21
Notice 8128/A.R.(J)/2017 Bilaspur, Dated 21
Order No. 1061/Confdl./2017 Bilaspur, dated 21
Order No. 33, Bilaspur, dated 14
Tender Notice No. 7813/CPC/2017 Bilaspur, dated 12
Notification No. 1043/Confdl/2017 Bilaspur, dated 11
Following shall be the Roster of High Court of Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur, w.e.f. 3
Endt.No. 4928/Rules/2017 Bilaspur, dated 1
Farewell speech in the farewell reference of Chief Justice Yatindra Singh on 8th October 2014.
(upto June 2015)
The petitioner notified as Scheduled Caste in relation to State of Madhya Pradesh is not entitled for benefit of Scheduled Caste status in State of Chhattisgarh.
Land to be acquired for construction of Arpa Bhaisajhar Barrage Project / construction of canal cannot be quashed, as right to water is right to life – fundamental right under Article 21 of the Constitution of India.
Clear intention on the part of the wife to permanently forsake and abandon the husband without his consent and reasonable cause proved. Decree of divorce on the ground of desertion allowed in favour of the husband.
Proof of adultery as a matrimonial offence is required on the principle that in proportion as the offence is grave so ought the proof to be clear.
Refusal to rehabilitate the land oustee family as per award is violative of Article 21 of the Constitution of India.
Prosecution may chose to cite person as a witness despite material against him when more serious accused are to be prosecuted.
Exercise of power u/s 319 of Cr.P.C., can be invoked after trial proceeds.
Divorce by mutual concent under Section 13-B Hindu Marriage Act cannot be granted if one of the party is absent to accord consent on the date of order.
Chhattisgarh Rajya Anusuchit Jan Jati Aayog has no jurisdiction to entertain service dispute relating to up-gradation of ACR and promotion from retrospective date.
Sealing of the office of the petitioner Association by the District Magistrate in exercise of power under Section 144(1) CrPC is violative of the petitioner's fundamental right under Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India to carry-on trade and business.
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