We need to look at nutritional value of food along with quality and are thinking of increasing the money the government spends on the scheme.
This is not the first time that the Delhi mid-day meal programme has come under scrutiny.
Labour Minister Gopal Rai said the committee that recommended the revision in minimum wages included five members each from trade unions, employers and the government.
The court will now decide if the woman can be denied maternity leave (and other related benefits) if she bears a third child, even after she has undergone sterilisation from a reputed institute such as AIIMS.
They had a brief altercation after which they started hitting the victim, police said.
The Indian Express had earlier reported that DU is pushing colleges to seek autonomy.
Kaur has faced verbal backlash on Facebook, with many saying her father would not be happy with her supporting “anti-nationals”.
The principal of the college, Rajendra Prasad, who retires on Tuesday after helming the college for 32 years, will also address students Monday and reassure them about their safety on campus.
Police said their college held its annual fest on February 3, after which the main accused asked the girl to come to the party. The accused allegedly told her that a few other girls would be there as well.
The case was filed in December 2015. A separate criminal defamation case was also filed by the minister, which is being heard at the Patiala House court.
The inconsolable parents refused to speak to the media. Neighbours said the family members had called police, asking them to clear the crowd gathered outside their four-storey house.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Rohini) M N Tiwari said it was the father who eventually discovered their bodies inside the washing machine.
The incident came to light after five Rs 2,000 notes that were dispensed from the ATM had ‘Children Bank of India’ and ‘Churan Lable’ written on them.
The Delhi zoo had recently expressed “shock” at the death of four monitor lizards which, zoo authorities claimed, had died on February 1 and 2 after being “disturbed” by the zoo ranger during “hibernation”.
The case was transferred to the Tis Hazari court from Noida by the order of the Supreme Court after the victim’s male friend approached it, fearing a threat to his life and alleging that he was facing pressure to withdraw the case.
Police later started questioning and established the identity of the victim. “The woman was identified as Veermati, a resident of Hauz Khas Village, and her family members were informed about the incident,” said an officer.
St Stephen’s College has already called a meeting of its governing body on Saturday to discuss the proposal.
Om’s cousin Baljeet Singh, who is also a fire-fighter, said, “I was supposed to replace him once his shift ended. Now he is gone... Om had asked us to donate his eyes in the event of his death... We have respected his wish.”
Police said the accused have also revealed the names of two others involved in the crime, who will be nabbed soon.
Some said they have been getting worried phone calls from their families, asking them to lie low and not venture out of the hostel.
He also said he could not tell journalists apart from protesters “because they were not wearing their ID cards or carrying a camera”.
Sources said the intelligence unit of the Delhi Police had informed the JCP (central range) that things could flare up at Ramjas College.
The FIR claims that owners of Ayam Enterprises paid Rs 30 lakh to Ringing Bells, but were given products worth only Rs 14 lakh. The complainant alleged that when they asked for the rest of the money, they were threatened.
Describing their modus operandi, the DCP added, “The gang used to target motorists wearing jewellery and follow them on scooters.
Mishra then made a video to capture the bus registration number, which prompted the conductor to step out of the vehicle and start punching him, police said.
An inspection team of the Education Department visited the school earlier this month to ascertain if allegations were true.
The woman had filed a complaint with the commission after her delivery at Safdarjung Hospital on December 22, 2016.
During the brief time on Thursday when Dar came to attend proceedings in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh, several other terror accused lodged in Tihar Jail waved to him and wished him luck.
According to police, the lawyer obstructed Singh at the exit gate and threatened him of consequences for registering a case against him.
Meanwhile, (ABVP), which has been accused of starting the violence, claimed that seven of its students were beaten up badly and had to get medical attention.
The two suspended constables are posted at the police station, while the head constable is posted in the security unit, sources said.
The 30-minute-long conversation between the two groups saw students sloganeering, police explaining the procedure for filing an FIR, students offering evidence of violence against them and police assuring them of action.
The sloganeering went beyond the standard Vande Mataram and Bharat Mata ki Jai, with many chanting slogans such as “Afzal ke in yaaron ko, ek jhatka aur do’, ‘Desh ke gaddaron ko, joote maaro....’ and ‘Khoon bhi denge, jaan bhi denge’.
Belur (48), who originally belonged to the UP cadre, has been absent since 2005. She is currently based in the UK.
According to teachers, ABVP members from the college beat up students, with one throwing a chair at a teacher.
ASI officials said the well has since been out of bounds to them and the area is set to remain cordoned off till the NSG gives a nod that it is safe for further excavation.