The Court directed OPSC to accept the DC submitted by Kartik and give him an appointment by reckoning his seniority from the date of his batchmates.
The state’s apex court also directed the government to form the committee within a period of 60 days from the date when the SJTMC will approach them.
Earlier, political atmosphere had warmed up in Odisha after a letter was issued by the Higher Education department on the implementation of the academic calendar for the session 2023-24.
Orissa High Court was hearing a habeas corpus petition filed by a man who alleged that his wife has been illegally detained by her parents and they are not allowing her to live with him.
Sanjukta has knocked on the doors of the High Court alleging that despite lodging a complaint no action has been taken by the police in connection with the incident.
Last year, a notification was published by the Odisha Sub-Ordinate Staff Selection Commission (OSSSC) for the recruitment of 7,483 nursing officers.
The Collegium in its resolution published in the Supreme Court website mentioned that the government gave good inputs about advocate Mishra and judicial officer Behera.
Acting on the petition, the state’s apex court has directed the central probing agency to submit a report after completing the investigation within four months.
Odisha Governor Professor Ganeshi Lal administered the oath of office to the new chief justice in a ceremony on the Orissa High Court premises.
A contempt case was earlier filed as the Commission had not complied with the May 19 directive. The Court had directed to publish a fresh merit list.
The bail was granted in connection with the FIR registered against her at Khandagiri Police Station in Bhubaneswar in an alleged extortion case.
Hearing the review and writ petitions filed by some candidates who were earlier shortlisted by the OPSC, the High Court rejected them and upheld its earlier order to the OPSC to prepare a fresh merit list within two months.
Hearing the petition of the Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC), the Orissa High Court on Thursday lifted its earlier interim stay on the release of the Odisha Civil Services 2021 results.
The court had heard the writ petition on July 19 and reserved its verdict. Ahead of the momentous occasion, the court delivered the 41-page verdict in Odia on July 25.
The Court further directed Shradhanjali to appear before CBI court in person.
A total of 1104 candidates made it to the provisional list for Group-B posts in the Odisha Secretariat Service and got shortlisted for document verification and skill test.
Justice Talapatra was elevated as a Judge of the Gauhati High Court on 15 November 2011 and on establishment of a separate High Court for the State of Tripura in 2013 he opted the High Court of Tripura as his parent High Court. He has been functioning, on transfer, in the High Court of Orissa since 10 June 2022.
According to sources, the court has served the notices to Srimandir managing committee chairman, chief administrator, Director General of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and its superintendent while hearing the petition filed by form state BJP president Samir Mohanty.
With the inauguration of 50 new paperless courts, the total number of paperless courts in the district judiciary of the state has now reached 84. District Ganjam has become the first district in Odisha to have all the courts paperless.
The television channel had aired an audio conversation between two people in August 2020. One of the persons, who claimed (in the clip) to have returned from a Covid hospital after recovery, undermined the disease saying it would be cured without treatment and medicines.