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Meghalaya High Court

Meghalaya High Court disposes of PIL against disconnection of power supply to villages

In the light of the categorical submission on behalf of the respondents that no coercive action has been taken against the collective for the default in payment on the part of a few, the division bench of Meghalaya High Court held that nothing remains of the  petition and accordingly disposed it.

Meghalaya High Court disposes of plea against Income Tax notice under Section 148

While considering the petition, Meghalaya High Court observed that since the scheme of the relevant provisions requires a previous notice and seven days’ time to be afforded to the assessee to respond thereto and it appears that such procedure may not have been followed in this case.

Meghalaya High Court orders not to mix fresh mined coal with older lot

The Meghalaya High Court has recently observed that immediate steps should be taken to dispose of the previously mined coal so that freshly mined coal cannot be mixed with the previous coal and an ex...

Meghalaya High Court disposes of suo motu PIL for cleanliness, hygiene around Shillong

Meghalaya High Court division bench held that there is no doubt that the city looks cleaner, though rubble and rubbish, particularly construction material, seem to be dumped in a haphazard manner.

Meghalaya High Court: Separate Facilities to be created for LGBTQ

The Meghalaya High Court observes that  separate facilities must be created at all correctional homes for transgenders or members of the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) com...

Meghalaya High Court disposes of PIL over collapse of new Assembly building dome

Meghalaya High Court observed that  since it is for the State to take appropriate action against the builder and the matter pertains to apparently faulty construction or design, the Court does not deemed it proper to rush into the case immediately.

Meghalaya HC suspends court martial sentence, grants bail

Counsel for the petitioner who has submitted before the Meghalaya High Court that a petition under Article 226 has been preferred before this Court against the conviction order passed by the General Assam Rifles Court, wherein the petitioner was sentenced to one-year rigorous imprisonment.

Umiam bridge: Meghalaya HC says controlling traffic on old bridge shouldn’t lead to price rise

The Meghalaya High Court on Wednesday observed that care must be taken by the state to ensure that the regulation in the movement of goods vehicles on the existing Umiam bridge is not used as an excu...

Meghalaya HC asks Meghalaya govt to inform heirs of persons who died in police custody

The Meghalaya High Court has on Tuesday observed that the Meghalaya government should continue its endeavour to inform the heirs or next of kin of all the persons who died in custody in the State sin...

Meghalaya High Court directs relevant authorities to ensure no illegal mining

The Meghalaya High Court on May 24 has directed all the relevant authorities to  get their acts in order to ensure the complete implementation of the directions  against illegal mining.The Three Judg...

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