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Court to give ruling on Jamuna's daughter's case

Legal Correspondent

HYDERABAD: Justice K. C. Bhanu of the AP High Court on Wednesday declared that the court will adjudicate the contempt petition filed by Rahul Reddy, son-in- law of cine actor of yesteryears Ms Jamuna, as Rahul and his wife Shravanti were not willing to come to an amicable compromise regarding the visitation rights of their minor son.

It may be recalled that Rahul filed the contempt case complaining that the direction of the court regarding the visitation rights is violated. The judge earlier directed the couple along with their son to be present before the court. The judge tried to counsel the couple on Wednesday but there was no agreement.

Now the contempt case will be listed on July 12.

Licence fee of bars

The writ petition filed challenging the action of the State government in enhancing annual licence fee of bars in the state has been referred to a Division Bench. Justice Asuthosh Mohunta was dealing with a writ petition filed by J. Kamalakar Reddy, a bar owner of Jangaon in Warangal district. He contended that Jangaon was a town where the population was below 50, 000, but the license fee was fixed at Rs. 25 lakh per annum.

Miscellaneous petition

M. Narayana Reddy, former MP who had filed writ petition seeking publication of the chapter eight of Srikrishna Committee, on Wednesday complained to the court that the Central government misled the court regarding the contents of Chapter Eight. While filing a miscellaneous petition in the pending writ appeal he said that a local English magazine recently published the entire chapter which ran into 78 pages and not 24 pages as stated by the Central government's representatives.

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