The government also blamed the municipal corporations for the large number of unauthorised buildings across the city.
The pharma major had also said Medrol was a fast moving medicine and therefore, the possibility of it being in the market close to its expiry date is inequitable, but this too was rejected by DCGI.
The order came on a woman’s plea seeking re-issuance of her daughter’s passport without insisting upon her father’s name being mentioned in the application.
The court cited examples of waste management techniques used in cities such as Paris and Stockholm.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday refused to stay the proceedings before an industrial tribunal, which is hearing former TERI chief R K Pachauri’s plea against internal complaints committee’s findings on him in a sexual harassment case.
A woman employee, an Indian citizen, of the SriLankan Airlines had filed a complaint against the local manager of the airlines in 2009, for alleged sexual harassment.
Kaushal, a resident of Mongolpuri who owns a tea stall in the locality, said there was no serious effort by police to arrest those actually responsible for his daughter’s death.
The directions were issued after the bench took note of a recent incident where a foreign tourist was allegedly molested by an Ola cab driver.
The MHA had claimed that no proposal for revising salaries had been sent by the Delhi government.
The court will now examine whether EC has ancillary power to deregister a party.
The Delhi High Court dismissed various habeas corpus petitions under the Maintenance of Internal Security Act in view of the Supreme Court’s ruling of April 28.
In a writ petition, the All India Railway Protection Force Association has said “outsiders” cannot be appointed to RPF, following an amendment in RPF Act and rules made in 1987.
Seeking a stay on five different petitions and connected matters in which the government and the Centre have questioned the executive powers of each other with regard to administration.
The accused is facing trial under POCSO, house trespass and hurting the girl while allegedly sexually abusing her
The Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition seeking cancellation of registration of political parties having connotation of religion, caste, creed, god or community in their names saying the plea was “motivated”.