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Meghalaya High Court

Meghalaya HC disposes of PIL against mandatory Covid-19 tests on the unvaccinated

The Meghalaya High Court recently disposed of the PIL alleging mandatory testing was being conducted by the concerned State respondents on people who have been not vaccinated against Covid-19. The...

Aadhar not single identity proof for vaccination: Meghalaya High Court tells state govt

The Meghalaya High Court has directed the state government not to insist on production of Aadhar Card as the only proof of identity for vaccination.

Meghalaya HC directs govt to take serious note of people spreading rumours on Covid vaccine efficacy

The Meghalaya High Court division bench heard a Suo Motu Public Interest Litigation (PIL) concerning orders issued by the State Government making vaccination mandatory for shopkeepers, vendors, local taxi drivers etc. before they can resume their businesses.

Meghalaya High Court directs state govt to deal with Covid vaccine hesitancy on priority

The Meghalaya High Court division bench directed the State Government to deal with the issue of vaccine hesitancy in the State in an effective manner, on a priority basis. while hearing a PIL filed by the Registrar General, High Court of Meghalaya.

Transplanting non-heritage trees not viable due to cost, Committee tells Meghalaya High Court in PIL against felling of trees in NH 40 widening

The Meghalaya High Court division bench upon perusing the report observed that the High Powered Committee (HPC) had held extensive deliberations on 3rd July 2021 and 8th July 2021, and also visited the site of the project location on 20th July 2021.

Tree felling for highway: Meghalaya High Court forms 5-member committee to look into PIL

It was directed by the Meghalaya High Court that a comprehensive report shall be submitted by the High Power Commitee on the next date, after conducting a thorough and detailed enquiry with regard to the issue as highlighted and upon inspection of the actual site.

Supreme Court refuses to quash criminal case against Shillong Times editor Patricia Mukhim

The comment was made in regard to an incident where a group of boys while playing basketball were attacked by more than 20 unidentified youths causing injuries.

Meghalaya HC directs authorities to call meeting to resolve Seng Khasi cremation difficulties

In order to resolve the issue of lack of cremation ground for the people belonging to Seng Khasi/Niam Tynrai/Niam Tre faith residing all over the State of Meghalaya.

Meghalaya HC sentences two journalists to sit in the corner of the court room for contempt of court

The Meghalaya High Court slapped a fine of Rs 2 lakhs and addition to it told two journalists Patricia Mukhim and Shoba Chaudhuri of Shillong Times newspaper to sit in the corner of the Court room til...

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