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    The High Court of Australia is the supreme court in the Australian court hierarchy and the final court of appeal in Australia. It has both original and appellate jurisdiction, the power of judicial review over laws passed by the Parliament of Australia and the parliaments of the states, and the ability to interpret the Constitution of Australia and thereby shape the development of federalism in Australia.

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    Delhi HC directs Centre to contact students stranded in Bangladesh, ensure amenities
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    Delhi HC directs Centre to contact students stranded in Bangladesh, ensure amenities

    The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the central government to contact the Indian students stranded in Bangladesh amid the coronavirus lockdown and ensure they are getting basic amenities and medical attention.

    Delhi HC dismisses plea against ex-directors of beverage company
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    Delhi HC dismisses plea against ex-directors of beverage company

    The Delhi High Court has dismissed a plea filed by two former directors of a private beverage company seeking to set aside a trial court order, which framed charges against them under provisions of Prevention of Food and Adulteration Act.

    COVID-19: J-K HC restricts work till March 31
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    COVID-19: J-K HC restricts work till March 31

    In an effort to contain the spread of novel coronavirus, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday decided to restrict its functioning and to take up only cases of 'urgent matters' via video conferencing till March 31.

    COVID-19: SC extends limitation for filing appeals against HC orders
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    COVID-19: SC extends limitation for filing appeals against HC orders

    In a major step amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the Supreme Court on Monday said the limitation period for filing appeals against High Court orders or any tribunal in the top court will stand extended possibly indefinitely, and this would not render any appeal time barred in a situation of shutdown in many areas in the country.

    Bar Council of Delhi suggests total shut down of HC, courts
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    Bar Council of Delhi suggests total shut down of HC, courts

    The Bar Council of Delhi on Monday said the High Court should consider a total shut down till March 31 to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

    Will consider petition to allow video conferencing for advocates amid coronavirus spread: Delhi HC
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    Will consider petition to allow video conferencing for advocates amid coronavirus spread: Delhi HC

    The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said that it will consider a petition seeking direction to allow video conferencing for advocates in the wake of Coronavirus spread to ensure the functioning of the court.

    Delhi HC to hear only urgent matters till March 20
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    Delhi HC to hear only urgent matters till March 20

    In the wake of coronavirus outbreak, the Delhi High Court on Monday issued various directions including hearing of only urgent matters till March 20.

    Ex-Andhra bureaucrat worried over evangelism at bathing ghats
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    Ex-Andhra bureaucrat worried over evangelism at bathing ghats

    Former Andhra Pradesh chief secretary and BJP leader I.Y.R. Krishna Rao has voiced concern over the activity of Christian evangelists at bathing ghats along Krishna and Godavari rivers and urged Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy to remove the apprehensions among the Hindu community.

    SC to start final hearing on pleas challenging Maratha reservation
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    SC to start final hearing on pleas challenging Maratha reservation

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that it will start from March 17 the final hearing on the petitions challenging the constitutional validity of a Maharashtra law, which grants reservation to the Maratha community in education and jobs.

    Demonstrators detained after staging anti-CAA protest at Jamia University
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    Demonstrators detained after staging anti-CAA protest at Jamia University

    Jamia Millia Islamia University Chief Proctor Waseem Ahmed Khan said that few demonstrators were detained by the police during a protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) at the varsity here on Tuesday.

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