Board officials, however, maintained that Class XII results will be declared by the end of this month.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Centre to look into the matter of alleged disclosure of identity of paramilitary personnel operating in sensitive areas in a TV show.
Petitioner Bazi Ram had said the classrooms were made of temporary pre-fabricated material with tin roof and there was lack of furniture for students to sit and study.
The Delhi High Court has sought records of the case from the trial court. The court has fixed the next date of hearing on September 13.
The Delhi High Court has sought the response of Arvind Kejriwal on a fresh Rs 10 crore defamation suit filed by Union Minister Arun Jaitley over the use of an objectionable word by the Chief Minister’s lawyer Ram Jethmalani recently.
The entire case, the judge said, was based on “contradictory statements of the witnesses”.
The high court asked the Maran brothers to respond to the plea and fixed the matter for hearing on August 29.
Meanwhile, another DDCA member, in an email to Sen, has questioned his decision to send Mrinalini to attend a BCCI function and an IPL meeting.
The bench further said, “While people across the globe came to India for medical education, there was a situation of brain drain in the country, where doctors were going abroad.”
The ED had also attached properties worth Rs 742.58 crore on the allegation that the money was paid for Dayanidhi by two Mauritius-based companies through Sun Direct TV and South Asia FM.
Responding to a case regarding the AAP government’s policy on display of advertisements on auto rickshaws, the Delhi High Court said that there can not be pre-censorship in a democracy.
On Tuesday, counsels for Delhi government, Union government and the three civic bodies were present before the court.
The case of missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed was handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday by the Delhi High Court.
Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said till the committee tables its report before the Lieutenant Governor, there would be no clarity regarding the workers appointed by the DCW to handle women helplines.
“The material gave rise to strong suspicion that accused committed the offence for which charges were rightly framed,” the bench said.