MP High Court judge responds, says allegations “cooked up”.The Madhya Pradesh High Court judge SK Gangele, who has been accused of sexually harassing a District Judge of Gwalior, has responded in the victim’s petition before the Supreme Court. According to a report in DNA, Gangele, in his response has denied all allegations against him, and has stated that she concocted the story after he refused to cancel her transfer order..“She has cooked up the sexual harassment theory in order to take undue favours. The sexual harassment imputations are cropping up out of the blue without any prior instances and seem to have been added as an afterthought in an attempt to malign his name (accused judge) as a ticket to get the petitioner reinstated in service,”..NRI Voting Rights: ECI submit report, recommends E- postal ballot as solution.The Election Commission of India (ECI) has submitted its report to the Supreme Court in a Public Interest Litigation on voting rights of Non Resident Indians (NRIs). In the report, the ECI has recommended the use of E-postal ballot and proxy voting as feasible solutions to the problem faced by NRI voters..In the E-Postal ballot system, the postal ballot will be transferred by the Returning Officer to the NRI electronically and the NRI will send the marked postal ballot by post to the Returning Officer. In proxy voting, the voting will be through a proxy appointed by the overseas elector..The ECI ruled out the other options viz., voting at the embassy and internet voting..Government likely to disclose names of swiss bank account holders to Supreme Court in sealed cover.The Central government is likely to file a supplementary affidavit in the Supreme Court detailing its plans to submit in sealed cover, the names of those people who have stashed away black money in Swiss banks. This move comes after Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi had earlier informed the Court about the impediments in disclosing the names..Good Samaritans should not be subject to legal proceedings, called for court hearings, K Skandan Committee to Supreme Court.Good Samaritans who rush to the rescue of road accident victims should not be subject to civil or criminal proceedings or be compelled to disclose their identity. Further, they shall not be asked to appear for court hearings. These are the recommendations made by the K Skandan Committee to the Supreme Court. The Committee has also recommended that those doctors who refuse to treat a road accident victim should face disciplinary action as per the MCI Guidelines.