28 September, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court, while issuing an arrest warrant to Nepalganj-based human rights activist Ruby Khan, remarked that the district judge was “mechanical”. A single bench of Justice Anil Kumar Sinha termed the issuance of arrest warrants as “mechanical”. The Supreme Court has ordered the release of Ruby Khan. In the order issued… Continue reading Become a District Judicial Officer Mechanical: Supreme Court
26 September, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has ordered the production of Nepalganj-based human rights activist Ruby Khan under police control. Hearing the habeas corpus writ filed by advocate Mohana Ansari, the bench of Justice Dr. Anand Mohan Bhattarai has ordered to appear in the court on September 12. Relatives and activists, demanding a probe into… Continue reading Supreme Court order to produce Ruby Khan on September 15
20 September, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has formulated a new legal belief that no action can be taken for contempt of court except in the case of direct obstruction of justice and disobedience of order/decision. In the contempt case involving the hunger strike of then Chief Justice Gopal Parajuli and Dr. Govinda KC, the Supreme… Continue reading ‘Criticism of court or judge is not contempt’
18 September, Kathmandu. A special court in the case of counterfeit notes of Rs 10 last year was the then Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank. Tilak Rawal and three others were acquitted. Upendra Keshari Paudyal, head of the notes department of the National Bank of Nepal, and Himalaya Bahadur Pandey, Nepal agent of May Flower… Continue reading Why was there no appeal in the case of former Governor Dr. Rawal?
18 September, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has demanded that the habeas corpus writ of notorious criminal Charles Sobhraj should not be filed. A single bench of Justice Meera Khadka has sought a petition report on the reasons for non-registration of Sobhraj’s habeas corpus case. Sobhraj, who is serving a life sentence, had filed a habeas… Continue reading The Supreme Court has asked why the habeas corpus writ of Charles Sobhraj was not filed?
18 September, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has ruled that Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra was irrelevant to the expansion of the Council of Ministers. After the news of Chief Justice Jabra’s induction into the cabinet became public, the Supreme Court on Monday issued a statement saying that the Chief Justice was exaggerated by adding irrelevant… Continue reading The Supreme Court has said that the inclusion of the Chief Justice in the expansion of the Council of Ministers is irrelevant
August 27, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has issued a short-term interim order to not take motion in opposition to UML MPs Som Prasad Pandey and Sharda Bhatt, who wished to hitch the CPN-Unified Socialist Party. MPs Pandey and Bhatta had filed a writ petition within the apex court docket saying they wished to hitch the… Continue reading Supreme Court’s interim order to not take motion in opposition to MP Pandey and Bhatt
August 21, Kathmandu. Advocate Omprakash Aryal, the petitioner of the writ petition, has filed a petition in opposition to all of the judges of the Supreme Court together with Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra. Aryal drew the eye of all of the judges via a petition on Monday after the listening to, which started months… Continue reading After adjournment of the listening to, advocate Aryal handed over a letter to all of the judges
16 August, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has sought a written response from the federal government on the difficulty of bearing the price of therapy overseas of former Prime Minister Jhala Nath Khanal. A single bench of Justice Ishwar Prasad Khavitada on Wednesday issued a show-cause order to the federal government. The then KP Sharma Oli… Continue reading Supreme Court asks Jhala Nath Khanal the explanation for paying for his therapy
16 August, Kathmandu. The Supreme Court has defined intimately the provisions of the Human Organ Transplant Act concerning shut family donating kidneys. The Supreme Court has mentioned that there ought to be a complete interpretation of the Human Organ Transplant Act and has additionally ordered to take kidney donation from uncle and father-in-law. A Jhapa… Continue reading Supreme Court’s resolution: Uncle and father-in-law may also donate kidney