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PILs and Cases

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Supreme Court highlights the low status of women in Indian families, in PIL judgement on non-implementation of the PCPNDT Act

08/11/2016

Rinzing Chewang Kazi vs. State of Sikkim & others [Writ Petition (PIL) 39 of 2012], Supreme Court of India

“..in an age where people are described as civilized, a… Read More

Sikkim Government to Build More Toilets in Gynecology Wards as first phase towards providing better facilities: National Rural Health Mission in Sikkim Comes under scanner of Sikkim High Court

23/09/2013

Implementation of National Rural Health Mission (NHRM) in the State of Sikkim has come under the scanner of Sikkim High Court after a public interest petition titled “Rinzing Chewang Kazi Versus… Read More

Sikkim High Court Issues Notices to the State, Union of India and Directs Respondents to Immediately Ensure Adequate Stocks of Lifesaving Drugs as a Result of HRLN Sikkim’s Maternal Mortality Public Interest Litigation (PIL)

27/08/2012

GANGTOK – The Honorable Sikkim High Court has issued notices and asked the State and Centre Government to account for the inadequate, unacceptable, inaccessible, and low quality maternal health… Read More

SEEMA LEPCHA vs STATE OF SIKKIM & ORS

03/02/2012

The petitioner, a peon at the Central Bank and a widow aged 37, sexually harassed by, then Chief Manager of Gangtok branch, who used to ask her unwelcoming questions and on 1st March 2008, brushed… Read More

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