“It is an inicident of February 9. Delhi Police is probing the matter. Let the police investigate first. We cannot step in unless necessary,” a bench of Justice Manmohan said.
The court’s observation came Wednesday as it dismissed petitions filed by three students who appealed to be allowed to continue their studies in the same school by paying their entire fees, and in the general category.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the police and the government to create a set of rules to control access to the feed from CCTV cameras, which will be installed across the city. The high court’s directive comes amid concerns about privacy and the possible misuse of footage from the cameras, which will be […]
The bench granted the concession after the two cab services agreed to submit an undertaking on not running any diesel cabs for intra-city transport.
The Congress government had recently locked horns with the state election commission over the conduct of the elections to the three-tier local bodies.
The HC order has turned out as a major set back for mining barons V V Mineral, a controversial mining firm facing massive protests and a number of probes in southern districts, and Transworld Garnet India Ltd.
“Extension for time is sought through this application, the same is allowed. Three months more time granted to frame the guidelines,” the court said.
If the service of a judicial officer is counted for fixation of pension, there is “no valid reason” as to why the experience at Bar cannot be treated as equivalent for the same purpose, said an apex court ruling.
The judge said the court is not expressing anything on the merit in relation to the materials relied on by the government in the counter affidavit.
The court was hearing the plea by Anand Kumar Morya, who sought directions to the hospital to provide free and continuous treatment to his brother.
The HC’s observations come at a time when the AAP government in Delhi is considering challenging the Union Home Ministry’s recent notification in court.
The court stated that bars and related establishments do not come under the purview of the Karnataka Police Act.
The court has been monitoring the issue of waterlogging since 2005.
Mehta topped his fifth semester exams, and is part of quizmasters and philosophy clubs at St Stephen’s.
On April 15, the association even issued a statement stating that Thampu had no moral right to remain principal of the college.