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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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Urdu Bulletin: Opposition's letter to PM Modi, Israel-Palestine conflict covered extensively
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Urdu Bulletin: Opposition's letter to PM Modi, Israel-Palestine conflict covered extensively

Urdu news publications in the national capital on Thursday covered several issues of prominence including the letter written by opposition leaders to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the COVID-19 situation in the country, and escalating Israel-Palestine conflict.

Kumaraswamy, DK Shivakumar slam Centre for challenging K'taka HC order to enhance oxygen supply
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Kumaraswamy, DK Shivakumar slam Centre for challenging K'taka HC order to enhance oxygen supply

Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Thursday hit out at the Centre for challenging the High Court's order to supply 1,200 tonnes of oxygen per day to the state in the Supreme Court, saying that despite being an oxygen-producing state, it was not getting its share.

COVID vaccination started in govt, pvt sector, but Delhi needs greater supply of vaccine doses: Kejriwal
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COVID vaccination started in govt, pvt sector, but Delhi needs greater supply of vaccine doses: Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that vaccination has started in both government and private sectors, but the national capital needs more supply of vaccine doses.

Death of COVID-19 patients due to non supplying of oxygen 'criminal act, not less than genocide': Allahabad HC
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Death of COVID-19 patients due to non supplying of oxygen 'criminal act, not less than genocide': Allahabad HC

The death of COVID-19 patients due to non supplying of oxygen is a "criminal act and not less than a "genocide", said that the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday amid reports of shortage of medical oxygen due to rise in COVID-19 infections.

Remdesivir black marketing: Chargesheet filed in 8 cases
Nagpur

Remdesivir black marketing: Chargesheet filed in 8 cases

Nagpur, May 4 The Nagpur police has filed various chargesheets in the First Class Magistrate’s Court against the eight ...

Ensure Delhi receives 490 MT of oxygen today: Delhi HC to Centre
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Ensure Delhi receives 490 MT of oxygen today: Delhi HC to Centre

The Delhi High Court on Saturday directed the Centre to ensure that Delhi receives its allocated 490 MT oxygen supply today by whatever means.

High Court orders not to delay in issuing medical internship certificate for want of fees
Aurangabad

High Court orders not to delay in issuing medical internship certificate for want of fees

Aurangabad, April 30: The Aurangabad Bench of Bombay High Court comprising Justice S V Gangapurwala and Justice S D ...

HC rejects Bhole’s pre-arrest bail plea
Nagpur

HC rejects Bhole’s pre-arrest bail plea

Nagpur, April 30 The Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court has rejected the anticipatory bail of suspended PI Arvind ...

Kerala HC asks response from state govt on plea seeking to ensure free treatment of COVID patients in state
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Kerala HC asks response from state govt on plea seeking to ensure free treatment of COVID patients in state

Hearing a Public Interst Litigation (PIL) seeking directions of the state government over medical expenses charged by private hospitals in Kerala, the High Court on Friday directed the state government to take a decision into the matter and sought its response by May 4.

Kerala HC asks response from state govt on plea seeking to ensure free treatment of COVID patients in state
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Kerala HC asks response from state govt on plea seeking to ensure free treatment of COVID patients in state

Hearing a Public Interst Litigation (PIL) seeking directions of the state government over medical expenses charged by private hospitals in Kerala, the High Court on Friday directed the state government to take a decision into the matter and sought its response by May 4.

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