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The Freebie Farce

Supreme court suggested that an expert body, comprising representatives of the NITI Aayog, Finance Commission, RBI, political parties and other stakeholders, should examine the pros and cons of freebies, while acknowledging that it is a serious issue. 

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Punjab and Haryana High C...

The Punjab and Haryana High Court today has stayed the arrest of poet Kumar Vishwas the former AAP leader in an FIR that was registered against him for giving inflammatory statements against the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal among few other charges

Anything for a Clean Swee...

Replying to Kejriwal, Delhi BJP spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor said that the statements of the chief minister and other AAP leaders in the context of the municipal elections reflected their political frustration and lust for power in civic bodies.

Delhi High Court asks for...

The Delhi High Court today asked for a status report on the recent vandalism outside the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence.

Delhi High Court issues n...

The Delhi High Court on Monday sought responses from a slew of politicians, a Bollywood actor and a former Judge, among others, as to whether they ought to be impleaded as party respondents to a petition seeking their impleadment in a hate speech case related to the Delhi riots of February, 2020.

Supreme Court to hear the...

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday agreed to hear the matter related to the legal tussle going on between the Delhi government led by AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.
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Delhi High Court issues notice on PIL seeking immediate appointment of paramedical staff and doctors in government hospitals… The petition claims that there is about 40 percent shortage of staff.

Centre moves Supreme Cour...

The Delhi High Court recently permitted the Delhi government to cut down supplies to fair price shops for those opting for doorstep delivery, noting that “an overwhelming majority” has opted for doorstep delivery. According to the petitioners Delhi government’s door-to-door ration scheme will create an opaque public distribution system that will put numerous beneficiaries at risk, especially migrant workers, covered under the National Food Security Act in Delhi.

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