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”.
“I am objecting to their presence,” Mehra told the bench, after which Babbar said they had been appointed as SPPs by the Lieutenant Governor to represent Delhi Police in the matter.
The court was hearing a set of PILs on the issue of unauthorised construction in the city, including two PILs specifically on the Sainik Farms area.
The petition filed by Delhi High Court Bar Association president Rajiv Khosla alleged that the April 11 government notification on the fortnight-long odd-even scheme was “arbitrary, illegal, unreasonable and against the spirit of the constitution”.
The order was issued after the court took note of the status report filed by the Delhi government over the weekend, which had stated that Ola and Uber were “unlicensed operators” and had previously applied for licences which had been rejected.
Ordered by the Delhi High Court to look into the complaints of a senior professor at JMI, the HRD ministry has sought a response from university vice-chancellor Talat Ahmad on allegations of administrative irregularities.
The AAP government has sought time to file a status report on the plea. The court has posted the matter for hearing on July 27.
The DSGMC argued that Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chairman Pahlaj Nihalani and movie director Amit Shrivastava had failed to comply with court orders to give it a “proper hearing” against the release.
The court has now summoned the three parties to personally appear in court and “explain” the process.
Three years on, only five or six children have been given admission under the category in Delhi’s private schools. This is because the government’s definition of an orphan is the one given under the Delhi Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Rules
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The full court meeting, including speeches by the Chief Justice, two outgoing judges, additional solicitor general, the Delhi government’s standing counsel and senior lawyers, was held Friday afternoon.