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The byelaw 69.1 of Examination Byelaws, to the extent it requires the applicant to submit a Court order permitting change of his name being faulty, therefore, needs to be ignored from consideration.

Posted on May 18, 2017
Education- the byelaw 69.1 of Examination Byelaws, to the extent it requires the applicant to submit a Court order permitting change of his name being faulty, therefore, needs to be ignored from consideration. IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI Date of Decision: 21.11.2013                               WP(C) No.24753-54/2005 NAVEE @ NAVEEN DOGRA & OTHER MORE »
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COMPENSATION GRANTED TO WIDOW OF ANTI-SIKH RIOTS VICTIM AFTER 33 YEARS

Posted on May 17, 2017
COMPENSATION GRANTED TO WIDOW OF ANTI-SIKH RIOTS VICTIM AFTER 33 YEARS In many cases relating to Anti-Sikhs Riots of 1984, neither FIRs have been recorded nor is any evidence related to their death available as such getting compensation from state becomes extremely difficult for the victim’s family. One such case come to the Singh Lawyers MORE »
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Unidentified/ Murdered Dead Bodies Continue to Surface in Bhakra Canal – High Court Issues Notice on Contempt Plea

Posted on May 17, 2017
Read full article here http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab/courts/no-cctvs-along-bhakra-main-line-hc-issues-notice-on-contempt-plea/397176.html
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