The Orissa High Court has pronounced a landmark verdict on Friday, ruling that marriage is not a disqualification for woman seeking jobs under the Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme.
The Orissa High Court on Friday deferred the hearing of a petition filed by Ollywood actress Varsha Priyadarshini against her husband and actor-turned-politician Anubhav Mohanty.
The Orissa High Court has asked the State transport department to inform if the deadline of affixation of HSRP can be extended.
Assistant Section Officer (ASO) written examination on August 27 (Saturday). The writ petition was filed on August 22 under Articles 226 and 227 of the Constitution of India. The Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) has been made respondent to the petition. Justice Biraja Prasanna Satpathy will take up the matter for hearing today.
Two judicial officers appointed as judges to the Himachal Pradesh High Court are: Sushil Kukreja and Virender Singh. Two judicial officers appointed as judges to the Orissa High Court are: Gourishankar Satapathy and Chittaranjan Dash.
The State government is reportedly preparing to file a writ petition against an order passed by the High Court to regularise the service of DEOs who have been working for many years.
The Orissa High Court on Thursday directed the State government to submit an affidavit while hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed against felling of trees for construction of quarters for MLAs in Bhubaneswar.
As per the study conducted by the OSLSA, most hospitals do not have the required doctors, nurses and other staff.
The hearing of the petition that sought the intervention of the court claiming that the work on the project is affecting the health of the temple was adjourned last week and was scheduled for May 16.
The mediation officer at the centre held discussion with the couple in order to understand the differences between them and resolve the issues mutually.
The civic bodies of Bhubaneswar, Sambalpur and Rourkela were issued notices by a division bench headed by Chief Justice S Muralidhar.
The petitioner has also demanded the polygraph test on the two policemen suspected to be involved in the death of the IIC.
High Court has also directed the State government to provide Rs 50,000 each to 11 more families and submit compliance report by May 2, 2022.
In a fresh ruling, the High Court has asked Sumit to pay Rs 10,000 to his wife Tapaswini instead of Rs 17,000 per month.
The Orissa High Court is also set to get four more judges if the collegium's recommendation is accepted by the Centre.