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Notification for plying of e-rickshaws soon: Nitin Gadkari

The court had on July 31 banned plying of e-rickshaws on the roads of the national capital.


Why did you build RTR as a single flyover, asks HC

PWD given 2 weeks to explain reasons for proposing 3-lane parallel flyover

Worker electrocuted inside HC lawyers’ canteen

Police have registered a case of death due to negligence against unknown persons.


EC order against former Maharashtra CM set aside

Chavan had failed to account for expenses of over Rs 16,000 spent on some of election advertisements, thereby violating the provisions of the law.


Water wars have begun: HC on hijack of water tanks in Dwarka

The two organisations, representing residents of Dwarka, have contended that they require 17.5 MGD of water.

It’s high time

Instead of arguing with the court, government should step up, frame legislation on LGBT rights.

Dispose of case properties under CrPC provisions, HC tells police

Delhi High Court has issued a slew of directions to ensure that the properties are disposed of.

No action on placement agencies, HC summons labour secy

Delhi HC has summoned the Delhi government’s labour secretary to personally explain why no action was taken.

Minority schools need not admit EWS students under reserved category, says HC

The move is expected to benefit around 30-odd minority schools in the capital.


Plea seeking ban on ‘Finding Fanny’ dismissed

The Delhi High Court dismissed a PIL seeking a ban on the release of Homi Adajania’s movie ‘Finding Fanny.

CAG audit: HC to hear discoms’ pleas on Sept 19

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday adjourned to September 19 a batch of petitions, including appeals filed by three private power discoms, against the order of a single judge refusing to stay Delhi government’s decision to conduct CAG audit of their accounts. Apart from the pleas filed by Tata Power Delhi Distribution Ltd (TPDDL), Reliance […]

DDA moots adoption of parks to maintain them

The proposal seeks adoption of DDA parks measuring five acres and more to residents’ welfare associations (RWAs), corporate houses, NGOs and neighbourhood residents.


HC rejects Centre’s plea to lift ban on e-rickshaws

The court rejected the Centre’s argument that there is a vacuum in legislation.


Tatra case: HC grants bail to Tejinder Singh

Court has noted that Singh had not been accused of attempting to influence any witnesses in the case.

PSUs suing each other is ‘sad state of affairs’: HC

CCI had been directed to vacate the property, owned by the LIC, in 2003.


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