The verdict to this effect was delivered after the court noted that there was no such provision under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act or under the Delhi government’s victim compensation scheme.
“Merely because the parents have allowed him to live in the house so long as his relations with the parents were cordial does not mean that the parents have to bear his burden throughout his life,” the court said.
The direction came after amicus curiae and senior advocate Kailash Vasdev told the court that rules regarding solid waste management and regulation of landfill sites were not being adhered to by the municipal bodies.
The collegium, which met last week to make the recommendation, informed the Law Ministry that its own inquiry found nothing substantially adverse against the district judge concerned to stop the elevation.
Sharma had approached the High Court, challenging the resolution, and filed an interim plea to be allowed to attend the special session.
In March, CIC had also ordered that ‘oath of secrecy’ be replaced with ‘oath of transparency’ so that the minister respects the right to information of citizens.
Sharma had approached the court to challenge his suspension from the Delhi Assembly for two sessions for making a derogatory comment against Lamba.
The Delhi High Court has asked AAP MLA Alka Lamba and BJP legislator O P Sharma, who was suspended from Delhi Assembly for two sessions for allegedly making derogatory remarks against her, to appear before it with an “open mind” Thursday to resolve the issue. “The lady may come to court, I will talk to […]
The Delhi High Court bench observed that the Rules framed under the Service Tax Act 1994 did not provide for a mechanism to calculate the component of “service” in a contract between a buyer and builder.
Yadav had spent four days in jail from December 3 to 6 in 2013, after which a division bench of the high court had suspended the sentence on his appeal.
The plea came up before a bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath which ordered that the matter be listed before another bench on Thursday.
The Delhi High Court Friday warned officials of the Public Works Department and Delhi Jal Board of “strict action” if the Kushak drain in South Extension is not cleared before June 10.
Days after MCD employee commits suicide, HC says ‘not concerned’ with disputes between Delhi govt, civic bodies
The bench said it would pass appropriate order and necessary directions on the issue pertaining to payment of salaries to the employees of the three civic bodies.
The government also blamed the municipal corporations for the large number of unauthorised buildings across the city.