The state-owned NBCC has said that over 2 lakh trees will be planted to make up for 13,000 trees that need to cut for building over 25,000 flats for government employees.
The counsel argued that “if the present projects were permitted, it would hasten the environmental devastation of the nation’s capital”.
Following the charges, the disciplinary authority of a trial court in 2010 imposed penalty to withhold two increments with cumulative effect, which has thereafter reduced to withholding of one increment with cumulative effect by the Appellate Authority.
Sensing the urgency, a vacation bench of Justice A K Chawla said, “It is something very serious and authorities should have provided them shelter.”
In his fresh plea, he has contended that the authorities have “completely failed to take into account the issues which would be faced by the disabled and elderly population when it comes to basic access to public transport”.
The court was hearing the pleas against the Speaker’s June 7 letter to education secretary Sandeep Kumar, services secretary Nagendra Kumar and revenue secretary Manisha Saxena.
Mishra’s petition states that Kejriwal was not present during any Question Hour in the past 40 months. He also demanded that Kejriwal should bring out an annual report card clearly outlining his performance.
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel had on June 6 directed bureaucrats to be present during the assembly proceedings the next day after their departments allegedly did not supply answers to written questions of legislators.
The judge also issued an administrative order, directing the high court and all district courts in the capital to take immediate steps to replace plastic items.
The bench said that the DDA allotted land for the IFC to various authorities and persons, and thereafter “slept over the matter” without ensuring implementation of court orders to shift the trade of chemicals and dangerous explosives there.
A division bench acquitted him of deceitfully marrying the disabled woman, and said that the lesser sentence would be “sufficient to deter him from indulging in such sexual adventurism in future”.
The High Court observed that the Delhi government’s emphasis that the NGO concerned should be able to sustain itself four months without payment was “baseless and unreasonable” and “wholly irrational and arbitrary”.
The court imposed a cost of Rs 1 lakh on advocate Mehmood Pracha, who filed the petition. It directed that money be deposited with the Delhi High Court Advocates Welfare Trust within four weeks.
The court’s order came on the application of the company seeking permission to mine at least 19 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of coal from Moher and Moher Amlohri Extension coal mines in Madhya Pradesh during the financial year 2017-18.
The Delhi HC said that the emphasis by the Delhi government that the NGO concerned should be able to sustain four months itself without payment was “baseless and unreasonable” and “wholly irrational and arbitrary”.