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I'm seeking the information about process and procedure in filing the petitions in the courts in India.



Prasad K

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Dear member,

Your query is not clear so kindly write in detail. What does it mean 'courts in India'?

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Thread moved to Non RTI issues section.


This type of information is already available on the websites of various courts OR just google for it.

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