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Wednesday , May 14 , 2014
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HC push for law college funds

Jharkhand High Court directed state government on Tuesday to release funds worth Rs 5 crore in favour of Central Public Works Department, which is executing construction of National University for Study and Research in Law campus at Nagri in Ranchi.

The court ordered that academic block of the institute should be completed by June 30 so that the next session could begin in the new building.

Tata union

Jharkhand High Court on Tuesday directed Jamshedpur-based Tata Workers’ Union to file an affidavit in a case filed by one Dharmendra Kumar Upadhaya seeking elections for the outfit.

Upadhaya has said office bearers of the outfit are elected for a two-year term that expired on March 31. Office-bearers argued that they had taken charge in July 2012 and the term must get over in July 2014.

Bail in assets case

The high court on Tuesday granted bail to Madhu Singh, wife of former minister Kamlesh Singh, a prime accused in disproportionate assets case lodged by CBI. She was in custody since April 9 and will be released on the condition that she submits her passport and is present before the lower court on every hearing.

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