Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari has set up a three-member panel to investigate sexual harassment charges against SK Gangele, a sitting judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court, nearly a month after admitting a motion supported by 58 Rajya Sabha members to impeach him.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court has summoned the state's Principal Secretary of the Women and Child Welfare Department on March 24 to explain the action plan to do away with shortcomings plaguing juvenile justice boards functioning in different districts.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court here has sought action taken report from the state government over deficiencies pointed out by the monitoring committee in the delivery of medical facilities to the victims of Bhopal gas leak tragedy of December 1984.
58 MPs of Rajya Sabha have given a notice for impeaching Justice SK Gangele of Madhya Pradesh High Court who is facing allegations of sexual harassment of a woman Additional District and Sessions Judge of Gwalior.
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to order CBI probe into the Madhya Pradesh professional examination board (MPPEB) scam in conducting entrance tests for admission to various colleges and jobs in the state and dismissed Congress leader Digvijay Singh's plea.
A PIL filed before Madhya Pradesh High Court on Thursday sought a direction to the state government to disclose all the details of the alleged safe passage to Warren Anderson, the deceased CEO of now-defunct Union Carbide Corporation, in December 1984.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court today named three members of the special investigation team (SIT) which will monitor the probe into the MP Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) admission/recruitment scam.
The issue of alleged sexual harassment of a lady judge in Gwalior was raised in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday with senior lawyer and nominated member KTS Tulsi demanding immediate action on her complaint saying it would otherwise demoralise lady judges in the country.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court reserved its judgment on Tuesday on a petition challenging the election of Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj from the Vidisha Constituency after watching video-recording of the nomination process.
The Madhya Pradesh High Court has held that the state Law department has final authority to award sanction to prosecute a government employee and his parent department`s opinion in the matter would not be binding.