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Aurobindo Pharma to buy US units of Sandoz

No coercive steps against pharma firms for FDCs in market: Delhi HC to Centre

The ASG contended that we have dealt with each and every aspect and have even heard each of the firm before concluding.

According to the new Act, the CWC’s responsibilities include taking cognizance of and receiving children produced before it, ensuring their rehabilitation and restoration, and taking action for rehabilitation of sexually abused children, among others. Illustration: C R Sasikumar

To help a child

Delhi’s 10 child welfare committees, tasked with rehabilitating 10,000 lost or rescued children every year, are often pulled up by city’s courts. But with limited autonomy, insufficient training for its members and frequent jurisdictional tussles, the road ahead remains uphill. Abhishek Angad reports:

Delhi HC to SDMC: Ensure area allotted to effigy makers is available without hindrance

A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao also directed SDMC to provide water, electricity and security measures by September 19 at the site allotted to the artisans for doing their work.

HC allows Wockhardt to sell anti-inflammatory medicine

The court allowed the company to sell its drug — Ace Proxyvon — and also asked the Health Ministry to place before it all relevant reports on basis of which it had arrived at the decision to ban the medicine.

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On HC’s auction list, two diesel vehicles older than 10 years

As per the tender notice, the quotations along with a demand draft of the application money should be delivered in a sealed cover to the Joint Registrar (Protocol) by 11 am on or before September 22. 

Indian women’s kabaddi team on the podium at the Asian Games in Jakarta. (PTI)

Delhi High Court to monitor kabaddi match for alleged selection wrongdoing

The High Court case is against officials of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), who face allegations of wrongdoing in the selection of Asian Games teams.

1984 riots: Statement of key witness removed, CBI tells Delhi High Court

The agency, which was handed over the investigation into the riots cases in October 2005, submitted that Jagdish Kaur “emerges as a woman with grit and courage”.

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Delhi High Court grants bail to Kashmiri ‘hacker’

Justice Mukta Gupta granted bail to Teeli on a personal bail bond of Rs 25,000 with two surety bonds of like amount, one of which would be his father.

Why limit debates only to polls: Delhi High Court

The High Court’s suggestion came after it was told of a pre-poll debate, scheduled to be held on September 12 prior to the JNU election on September 14.

AAP has proposed to install 1.4 lakh CCTVs in classrooms.

Nothing wrong with CCTVs in classrooms, says Delhi High Court

Advocate Jai Dehadrai, appearing for petitioner Daniel George, urged the bench to issue an interim direction that procurement of the cameras be put on hold.

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Not enough warning on defacement, says Delhi High Court

The court also directed the Centre and the Delhi government to effectuate extensive publicity with a view to inform citizens about the offences involved in defacement.

Delhi HC seeks Centre response on plea seeking official recognition of Indian Sign Language

The plea also said that the scheme of equality and non-discrimination as contained in Article 14 of the Constitution mandates equal treatment in recognition of languages and requires Indian Sign Language to be treated at par with other officially recognised languages.

HC declines to interfere in fuel price issue, says its economic policy decision

Delhi HC declines to interfere in fuel price issue, says its economic policy decision

While hearing a PIL by Delhi-based designer, Puja Mahajan, a bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao stated that “there are larger economic issues” involved in the fuel price rise

HC refuses to modify earlier order: Appear before House panel, Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash told

Delhi HC questions Assembly panel over change in stand on breach of privilege proceedings against chief secretary

Justice Vibhu Bakhru remarked that earlier, the committee had sought to invoke the jurisdiction of the court to get the order in July, compelling the Chief Secretary’s appearance before the panel.

Delhi HC intends to conclude hearing of appeals in 1984 riots case in 3 weeks

A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Vinod Goel commenced hearing on the appeals filed by the CBI, riots victims and the convicts and said that it proposes to conclude it in 20 days.