The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to entertain a petition filed by a retired Army personnel, alleging that the mechanism for awarding gallantry medals to armed forces personnel was arbitrary and unconstitutional.
The plea alleges that Mr. Pujari does not hold a postgraduate degree viz. Doctor of Medicine (‘MD’) or any other similar or equivalent recognised postgraduate degree. Thereby, his appointment is a blatant violation of requirement of the Section 4(2) of the NCISM Act, 2020, claims the plea.
Senior Advocate Bhushan submitted that before the hearing of the petition, a notice was served upon the signing authority of the petitioner organisation by a Delhi Police Officer, directing him to comply with certain directions specified in the notice and to face criminal action in the event
Delhi High Court while hearing PIL filed by one resident of the area asked the Delhi Government to treat the plea as a representation seeking directions against alleged illegal encroachment within the public parks around the area near the Jama Masjid situated in the national capital.
The plea prayed for personal appearance of the concerned authorities for dereliction of duties and indiscipline conduct towards animals in violation of various orders passed by different Courts, including the Apex Court, over time
The National Medical Commission has informed the Delhi High Court that Delhi University (DU) is the implementing authority for the regulations issued by the National Medical Commission, in response to plea filed by a medical aspirant, challenging a certificate
The Delhi government has apprised the Delhi High Court that the Centre has undertaken to supply Covid-19 vaccines to all State Governments free of cost, as per its 'Revised Guidelines’ issued on June 8, 2021.
The Delhi High Court was informed by lawyer Prashant Bhushan that a petition has been moved by him before the Apex Court challenging the appointment of IPS Officer Rakesh Asthana as the Police Commissioner of Delhi.