A perusal of the affidavit filed in support of the petition, Madras High Court found that to seek the direction aforesaid, the petitioner has made a reference of the arrangement in the State of Andhra Pradesh, where, according to the petitioner, their exist check dams at every 1.5 kms of the river flow.
Having heard the counsel for the parties and on perusal of the record, Calcutta High Court noted that earlier also the petitioner had filed Petition which was disposed of by the Division Bench of the Court vide order dated 18th April 2019 by holding as under:
The Karnataka High Court has reserved its judgment on the batch of pleas challenging the state government’s order allegedly banning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim girls in state colleges and educational institutions. However, the Court’s interim order on the hijab row led to another twist when an Amritdhari (baptised) Sikh girl was asked by her college in Bengaluru to remove her turban.
The Supreme Court's Collegium headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana and also comprising of Justices Uday Umesh Lalit, A M Khanwilkar, Dr DY Chandrachud and L Nageswara Rao has recommended names of 13 advocates for elevation as the judges of the Allahabad High Court.
The state of Tamil Nadu has filed an application in the Supreme Court, seeking directions to restrain the State of Karnataka through its instrumentality viz Cauvery Neervari Nigama Ltd, from proceeding with any activity in regard to the proposed construction of reservoir at Mekedatu.......