Call with IAs means that in the present suit proceedings, Interim Applications filed are pending. Interlocutary proceedings means a parallel petition has been filed by the responded. Such intrim application are filed and given priority over the main proceedings becuase they seek immediate relief over emergency matter like a stay of proceeding or injuction. Calls for IA’s mean that the court is calling the parties to hear and dispose off the Interim Applications so that it may proceed with the main suit.
You will have to argue the IA’s proceedings before you can proceed any further with the main case.
The matter in the interlocutary proceeding has to differ from the subject matter of the first proccedings. Provision for interlocutary proceeding is povided under Section 75 to 78 of the Civil procedure code of 1908. The interlocutary judgement can be appeal before the court on the on the ground that such orders are of such character as would alter the decision of the court on merits. The appeal can be filed after the entire judgment.Therefore consult your advocate, prepare to defend the claims made in the interlocutory proceeding.Once the Interlocutory proceeding judgment is passed, the main case will continue. You can file for an appeal if the judgement is not in your favour.
Reference: Civil procedure code of 1908, section 75