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High Court

1. 
a. (in England and Wales) a shortened form of High Court of Justice
b. (in Scotland) a shortened form of High Court of Justiciary
2. (in New Zealand) a court of law inferior to the Court of Appeal
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Mumbai: A long-pending demand from the Maharashtra government as well as from Tamil Nadu to change the name of Bombay and Madras High Courts to Mumbai and Chennai may be taken up soon by the Narendra Modi government.
The bench, however, seemed unimpressed and observed that such submissions can be entertained only when there is a written order of the High Court.
She was elevated as judge of the Madras High Court on April 3, 2003 and elevated as Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court in November 2013.
He was elected as Secretary General, Peshawar High Court Bar Association, in 1981.
The scanned copy of PoD will also be sent to a dedicated email id of High Court of Delhi from Lodi Road Head Post Office;
The petitioner advocate Basha has said that he has reasons to believe neither the state government nor Lokayukta police will move the apex court challenging the high court verdict because of political pressure and considerations.
The high court said that if a manufacturer's right to distribution was maintained in a high-volume resale market such as games software, it would be against free market principles.
No notice was issued to AGP, in the matter of election code of conduct, therefore, high court decision can not be maintained.
He was addressing to annual dinner of High Court Bar Association Multan here.
Born on September 28, 1949 in Jodhpur, Justice Lodha is the son of former Rajasthan High Court judge Justice S.
FOLLOWING the withdrawal of his anticipatory- cum-transit bail plea from the Delhi High Court and issuance of summons by the Goa Police, Tehelkafounder Tarun Tejpal is running out of legal options.

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