Prakash said he was called by Kejriwal regarding an issue related to advertisements, which were not being released, while the AAP dispensation claimed the meeting was called to discuss complaints about distribution of rations.
The court restrained the former Ranbaxy promoters and brothers, Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh, and 12 others from selling or transferring their shares or any movable or immovable property till February 26, the next date of hearing, as disclosed by them before the high court earlier.
The Delhi High Court had also called for expediting the process of developing such a vaccine for immuno-contraception, which would use an animal’s immune response to prevent pregnancy.
The symbol issue has been lingering since April in the aftermath of the announcement of by-poll to Radha Krishnan Nagar Assembly constituency in Tamil Nadu following the death of AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa in December 2016.
The Air India’s counsel supported DGCA’s stand that said passenger’s right to claim compensation was not restricted by CAR and petitioner had not made any claim from Air India for not being permitted to travel from Delhi to Patna on December 12, 2015.
Delhi airport operator GMR and InterGlobe-promoted IndiGo have been at loggerheads for nearly a year now over the former’s proposal to move part of the airline’s operations out of the existing terminal.
The student’s father also raised concerns over the security of students in the college and claimed that two of the three alleged attackers were outsiders.
The court was hearing a petition by an owner of two horses saying they were not allowed to participate in the Derby horse race as not being allowed to be brought from Mumbai to Delhi for the time being in accordance with the notification.
The plea, filed by advocate-petitioner Amit Sahni, said there was total mismanagement in the collection of toll from commercial vehicles along the state borders, which was causing huge problem for other vehicles.
The court dismissed the plea of a person who had claimed that the land on which his house was built was never in possession of the government.
The court has fixed the matter for February 12 before Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw for Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s further cross-examination.
It said the ashram was not a ‘vishwavidyalaya’ or university as defined under the University Grants Commission Act and it cannot, therefore, continue to represent itself as one.
The court expressed displeasure over the state government laying the blame on the corporations’ inaction and asked, “Don’t you have any responsibility?”
“Only 0.3 per cent of the GDP (gross domestic product) was spent on health care. Government investment on health and education is minimal,” the bench said and added that this is one of the reasons behind many doctors going abroad to practice.
Rs 3,500 crore award was decided by the Singapore arbitration tribunal in April 2016, against former Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder Mohan Singh and Shivinder Mohan Singh in India.