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Dattatraya says Centre will resolve HC bifurcation early

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Hyderabad: Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatraya said that the Central Government was firm on resolving the High Court bifurcation crisis at the earliest. Dattatraya, along with Bar Council Chairman A. Narsimha Reddy, called on Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan at Raj Bhavan on Saturday. Addressing a press conference later, Dattatraya said that …

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HC Judge Bhosale asks TS lawyers to end stir

High Court building in Hyderabad, Telangana

Hyderabad: Chief Justice of the Hyderabad High Court Justice Dilip Babasaheb Bhosale on Friday urged upon the agitating lawyers and judges of the lower courts to end their strike keeping in view the hardships faced by the common man. The Chief Justice said protests do not serve any interests and …

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Two judges suspended by High Court in Hyderabad

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Hyderabad, INN: Taking serious note on the rally of judges on Sunday, the Hyderabad High Court has suspended two judges for allegedly instigating the Telangana judicial officers to go on agitation path and knocking the doors of Raj Bhavan on the issue of division of judges. President of Telangana Judges …

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TS Judges Resign En-mass over Division of Judicial Officials

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Hyderabad, INN: Protesting against the provisional allocation of High Court judges to subordinate courts in AP and TS, judges from Telangana put their resignations en-mass here on Sunday. The judges handed over their resignation letters to Judges federation chief and later organized a rally to Raj Bhavan. The delegation of …

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TS advocates threaten to protest against Andhra judges appointment

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Hyderabad, INN:  The Federation of Telangana All Courts Associations Advocates JAC has threatened to launch protest against the appointment of Andhra judges in the State. The decision was taken during JAC’s meeting held here on Sunday. The JAC said that Telangana advocates would boycott all the courts from Monday onwards …

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