ALERT FOR NRI ‘s : INDIAN PASSPORT CAN BE IMPOUNDED BY PASSPORT AUTHORITIES AS PER SECTION 10(3)(h) OF PASSPORTS ACT

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IN A MATRIMONIAL DISPUTES OR OTHERWISE YOUR INDIAN PASSPORT CAN BE IMPOUNDED BY PASSPORT AUTHORITIES AS PER SECTION 10(3)(h) OF PASSPORTS ACT IF YOU HAVE BEEN DECLARED A PROCLAIMED OFFENDER (P.O) IN A PENDING CASE Nowadays many cases are being seen in which Passport Authorities have started impounding the passports in case a person has been declared Proclaimed offender by any Court of law in any case. However, such impounding cannot be ordered without giving such a person an opportunity of fa...
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Unidentified/ Murdered Dead Bodies Continue to Surface in Bhakra Canal – High Court Issues Notice on Contempt Plea

Dead Bodies in Bhakra Canal
Read full article here http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab/courts/no-cctvs-along-bhakra-main-line-hc-issues-notice-on-contempt-plea/397176.html
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National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER)

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High Court of Punjab and Haryana issues notice to CBI for slow investigation into misappropriation of funds against officials of the Mohali based National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), including its director Dr K K Bhutani
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Sikh’s Can’t be Restrained From Carrying Kirpan in Court

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The petitioner was a prosecution witness in a case, the trial of which is being conducted before the learned Sessions Judge, Ambala. On 18.04.2015, the petitioner went to the Court to give his statement as prosecution witness. He being an Amritdhari Sikh was wearing a Kirpan on his person. Ld. Sessions Judge, Ambala objected to the same and directed him to remove the Kirpan, in case he wanted to appear as a witness. When the petitioner refused to do so, on the plea of his religious freedom, Ld...
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Human Rights Protection: A Talk by Human Rights Activist & Lawyer Navkiran Singh

“Here we talk about the Human Rights Lawyer Navkiran Singh and his organization’s strong contribution in abolishing-capital punishments, drug trafficking and violent killings throughout the Punjab and in other countries of the World” Punjab was going through a period of turmoil, when Navkiran Singh stepped in the field of law. The causalities and innocent killings of people influenced him and his colleagues to start an organization to help those people who were helpless. In 1992, when Punjab ...
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