The Karnataka High Court directed the respondents to take stock of the existing cattle strength of the Magodu village and ascertain whether sufficient Gomal land and green pasturage as required under Rule 97 of the Karnataka Land Revenue Rules, 1966.
Karnataka High Court while disposing of a petition filed pro bono publico (for the public good) held that power under Article 162 of the Constitution of India is co-terminus with legislative power and in the absence of any statutory provision, power under this can be exercised.
Supreme Court dismissed a petition filed by DG and IG of Karnataka State, and the IG, Mangalore & The Superintendent of Police, Uttara Kannada District, Karwar, against High Court of Karnataka order directing them to consider the claim of the respondent/ Smt Renuka for grant of compassionate appointment.
A three judges Supreme Court bench headed by Justice U U Lalit while hearing the petition have issued notice to Central Bureau of Investigation, State of Karnataka and asked to file an affidavit within 7 days.
The two-judge bench of Justices refused to interfere with the matter listed today with the findings of the TDSAT in its judgement dated 25.02.2021, by dismissing Civil Appeal No. 1140 of 2021 filed by Bhima Ridhi.
The Karnataka High Court has directed the State government to place before the Court, the guidelines and the Standard Operating Procedure issued by the State for disposal of PPE kits being used in wake of COVID-19.