Hon’ble High Courts Orders

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1 Heard the Applicant in person and the learned Counsel for the Respondents and perused the documents on record. 26/07/2022 Download
2 Mr. Sudip Kumar Dutta, learned Counsel is present for Respondent Nos. 1 & 3, State of Respondents, Govt. of West Bengal, Mr. Sibojyoti Chakraborty, learned Counsel is present for Respondent No. 2, West Bengal State Pollution Control Board 15/12/2021 Download
3 The writ petitioner approached this Court by filing this Public Interest Litigation with the grievance that kites are being flown with Chinese manjha/Nylon manjha etc. which pose threat to the pedestrians and motorcyclists particularly who use flyovers for commuting 30/06/2020 Download
4 The emphasis on the unique being of an individual is the salt of his/her life. Denial of self-expression is inviting death. Irreplaceability of individuality and identity is grant of respect to self. 06/09/2018 Download
5 In these two writ petitions, filed as Public Interest Litigations (in short ‘the PILs’), the subject matter and the prayers are similar. Hence, the two writ petitions are taken up for hearing and disposal together. 18/05/2018 Download
6 The important issue which arises for consideration in the referred matter is whether "a police officer is bound to register a First Information Report (FIR) upon receiving any information relating 12/11/2013 Download
7 The Executive Chairman, Legal Aid Services, West Bengal, a non-political organisation registered under the Societies Registration Act, on 26th August, 1986 addressed a letter to the Chief Justice of India drawing his attention to certain news items published in the Telegraph 18/12/1996 Download