Woman can seek 'stridhan' back if marriage not dissolved: SC

'Stridhan' is movable or immovable assets, received during the lifetime, by a woman either prior to marriage or at the time of marriage or at child birth.

Congress Tripura unit chief surrenders after conviction

Amid high security and escorted by over 300 party supporters, Congress Tripura unit president Birajit Sinha on Saturday surrendered before a court in northern Tripura over his conviction for violation of an administrative order in 2013.

Two Tripura judicial officers punished for misconduct

Two senior Tripura judicial service officers were punished for cheating in an examination and appearing in court in a drunken state and wearing improper dress, an official notification said here on Friday.

Tripura HC asks CM to act on lower court assault

The Tripura High Court Chief Justice has asked the chief minister to take suitable action against those involved in the attack on a Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Court here on September 2, a minister said on Friday.

Peace essential for development, says SC judge

Supreme Court judge Justice T S Thakur, who was jointly felicitated during a programme in the Tripura High Court by the High Court Bar Association and Tripura Bar Association, has said that peace is the precondition for development.

Tripura HC curtails doctors' private practice

The Tripura High Court has directed government doctors to restrict their private practice to a maximum of three hours daily during working days, an official said here Saturday.

Spectrum bidding for NE: SC to decide on dispute

Supreme Court Tuesday said it would take a decision on the dispute between the government and private telecom operators on the issue of bidding of spectrum for the north-east circle, instead of leaving it to the Tripura High Court.

SC to hear pleas against Tripura teachers' termination

The Supreme Court will hear on Jan 9 the three separate Special Leave Petitions (SLPs), filed against the Tripura High Court judgment ordering termination of jobs of 10,323 government school teachers.

Medical negligence can be criminal offence: Tripura HC

The Tripura High Court has observed that medical negligence can be termed a criminal offence, a lawyer said here on Friday.

HC cancels appointment of 10,323 teachers in Tripura

Tripura High Court on Wednesday cancelled the appointment of 10,323 teachers in different categories recruited since 2010 and ruled that no proper policy was followed for their appointment.

Himachal judge Deepak Gupta elevated as Tripura Chief Justice

Justice Deepak Gupta of the Himachal Pradesh High Court has been elevated as the first Chief Justice of the newly established Tripura High Court, a statement said here Monday.

Three NE states could get own High Courts soon

Tripura, Manipur and Meghalaya could soon get their own High Courts that would help in quicker disposal of cases, save litigants time and money, and fulfil a long-standing demand of these states.