Satish Kumar, an assistant professor in the college’s chemistry department, filed the application challenging the trial court’s June 23 order by which the relief sought by him was declined.
The court, which was hearing a plea by Vishwas seeking stay on the summons issued to him by DCW, however, directed the Chairperson’s counsel to file a “detailed report within two weeks.
The plea comes in the wake of the recent strike by the BJP ruled municipal corporation that led to massive amounts of garbage being dumped in east Delhi after sanitation workers said that they weren’t being paid.
AAP govt’s plea to bar him from anti-graft agency rejected, L-G appointee told to act in ‘accordance with law’
The Delhi High Court has stayed the counselling process for the second stage of the medical common entrance test (CET) at The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.
The move comes a day after ACB additional commissioner of police S S Yadav expressed concern over reported “threats to life and liberty” from M K Meena.
Documents accessed by The Indian Express revealed how Sinha fought relentlessly to prove himself innocent in the over two-decade-long trial.
Lawyers for the discom also said the workers had held gate meetings outside some BRPL offices and prevented customers from entering the premises and even misbehaved with some.
The submissions were made by UPSC and DoPT in their affidavits filed before the bench which said it would hear the matter after the apex court takes up the Centre’s application for clarification.
The court of Justice S Muralidhar noted that there was a “growing trend” among parties in family disputes and their lawyers to place “private and personal details” on record before the court.
The Delhi HC has asked all three authorities to file a compliance report by June 19
On May 27, the woman, was attacked by Mukesh, who entered her house and hit her.
The bench asked the authorities concerned to “expeditiously” decide on the issue of recognition to be given and closure of the remaining unrecognised schools.
The child, Abhishek, had gone to play in the neighbourhood park in Badli on April 30 this year.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Border Security Force (BSF) to pay Rs 10 lakh as ex-gratia compensation to the widow of a head constable who had died due to a heart attack during active duty at the Line of Control in Kutch. The BSF had argued that the death in this case did […]