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PILs and Cases

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PIL filed for enforcement of the right to have pothole-free road in reasonable condition in Tripura’s Khamper village

10/10/2017

Smt. Manimala Debbarma vs BDO, Hezamara R.D. Block, & Ors

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The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed for the enforcement of the right to have pothole-free… Read More

HRLN petition seeks full implementation of JSSK scheme in Tripura

13/06/2017

The petition noted that India accounts for the highest number of maternal deaths in the world and has a Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) of 178 for every 1 lakh live births. Six Indian women die every… Read More

PIL for the enforcement of the right to have pothole-free road in reasonable condition in Tripura

08/03/2017

Ratan Debbarma Vs N.B.C.C. Ltd

Summary – The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed for the enforcement of the right to have pothole-free road in reasonable condition. A road under… Read More

Petition filed to end user fees for pregnant women delivering in public health facilities of Tripura

08/06/2016

Mr. Anthony Debbarma vs UOI

Summary – This is a Petition filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India for issuance of a Writ in the nature of Mandamus or any other appropriate writ(s) or… Read More

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