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High Court directs Government not to finalize and pass orders
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High Court directs Government not to finalize and pass orders

Another twist for Building Regularization Scheme

Hyderabad, January 24, 2008

A Division Bench of the Andhra Pradesh High Court, comprising Chief Justice Anil Ramesh Kumar Dave and Justice Ramesh Ranganathan today directed the government not to finalize and pass final orders in regard to the applications received under Building Regularization Scheme.

Recently, a writ petition was filed challenging the scheme and today while passing the orders, the bench directed the government to file its counter within ten days and adjourned the matter.

Andhra Pradesh on January 24, 2008

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High Court directs Government not to finalize and pass orders
Another twist for Building Regularization Scheme

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January 24 in History

Events and happenings on 24 January History

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24 January 2002
Highlights: TDP takes leads in Municipal Elections

24 January 2003
Highlights: Singareni strike continues for the third day

24 January 2004
Highlights: New beach resort to come up near Bhimili

24 January 2005
Highlights: Paritala Ravi shot dead in a broad day light

24 January 2006
Highlights: Polavaram Dam height to be at 150ft

24 January 2007
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24 January 2008
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