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The High Court of Judicature at Patna orders state government to provide medical facilities to HIV+ patients across the State in Bihar, and “available through the year”.
The division bench… Read More
Civil Writ Jurisdiction Case No.15748 of 2017
Dhauli Devi vs The State of Bihar through its Chief Secretary & Ors
In this case, the petitioner, Dhauli Devi had approached the… Read More
Bihar State Primary Teachers Association vs The Union of India & Ors
The petition was filed with the backdrop of a huge gap in school-enrolled children in Bihar. During the… Read More
Sangeeta Hijra vs. The State Of Bihar & Ors.
Petitioner is a transgender person and her voter identity card dated 06.08.2013 issued by the election commission of India mentions… Read More
Devika Biswas Vs. State of Bihar & Ors.
The petitioner along with a team of activists visited Gaya District Bihar from August 8th to 18th 2014 (Annexure – 1) during this… Read More
Bihar State Primary Teachers Association vs. U.O.I & Ors.
This PIL was filed to issue order or direction by the court to conduct household survey of children upto 14 years in… Read More
Devika Biswas vs. Union of India and Ors.
AIIMS- Patna presently is operational without any emergency services from more than last two year and in cases of emergency the Patients… Read More
Most. Sohila Kunwar vs. The State Of Bihar & Ors.
The Petitioner was a destitute who has been thrown out of her matrimonial house after the death of her husband and who barely… Read More
Sanjeet Singh vs. State of Bihar and Others.
The non-availability of spirit to the government operated T.B. Centres across the State has virtually stalled the functioning of the… Read More
Reshma Prasad @ Ramesh Prasad vs. The Union of India & Ors.
When under the Integrated Counseling & Testing Center (ICTC) programme if a male is preferably counseled by a male… Read More
Umda Devi vs. Union of India
The CD-4 machine is a vital component and instrumental in ascertaining the level of HIV+ infection of a PLHA. Depending upon the report of CD-4 count… Read More
NEW DELHI – (PRESS RELEASE)
On March 11th 2014, the High Court of Judicature at Patna held that the State of Bihar had not satisfied information requirements concerning the state of affairs in… Read More
18th March 2013, New Delhi – (PRESS RELEASE): The Supreme Court of India issued notices to respondent state governments in the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) Narendra Gupta vs. Union of India and… Read More
This petition was filed after various RTI responses were received from different jails in Tihar and Rohini, Delhi regarding the facilities and provisions for inmates with disabilities. The HRLN… Read More
PATNA- In the Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) supported Public Interest Litigation (PIL) Centre for Health and Resource Management (CHARM) v. Union of India and Others (CWJC-10724/2011),the High… Read More
DEVIKA BISWAS V. UNION
W.R. No.(s) 95/2012
2nd April 2012 | Reproductive Rights Unit | Supreme Court | Forced sterilization of females in Bihar
On 2nd April 2012, on behalf of petitioner… Read More
The irresponsible and target driven practice of ‘sterilization camps’ in India have resulted into an incident which completely violated the women’s right to life as we witness in the case,… Read More
Dr. Narendra Gupta, a public health expert conducted a fact-finding on hysterectomies in Dausa District, Rajasthan and collected documentation of similar practices in Bihar and Chhattisgarh. Human… Read More
The Patna High Court has directed the state authorities to enforce stringent measures towards curbing child trafficking in Bihar.
The Bench, comprising Chief Justice Rekha M Doshit and Justice… Read More
PATNA: Patna high court on Tuesday directed the PMCH superintendent to reimburse the expenses incurred by a person living with AIDS.
Hearing a writ petition of the person, who was allegedly denied… Read More
Bihar has a population of 83 million with the highest level of people living below the poverty line (40% of the population). Bihar’s MMR rate is 371.
HRLN conducted a fact finding in July 2008,… Read More