The petitions seek declaration of IT Rules, 2021, as void and inoperative for being violative of Articles 14, 19(1)(a), 19(1)(g) and 21 of the Constitution, in as much as the said rules apply to the 'publishers of news and current affairs content'
The petition averred that the policy facilitates monopolistic cartel, while debarring the non-super-rich from entering into the competition. It enables the licensee to recover taxes from the public and non-payment of the same to the government
The Delhi High Court on Monday deferred hearing on a petition seeking directions to the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to reconsider its decision regarding allocation of 100 percent PhD seats to Junior Research Fellowship category candidates, leaving no seat for non-JRF candidates
The petition said the rules governing the field are vague and there is no clarity on either the colour of the uniform or what constituted a uniform, thereby giving a wide discretion to law enforcement agencies to prosecute drivers.
The Delhi High Court on Friday deferred to August 27, hearing on the appeal filed by WhatsApp and its parent company Facebook, challenging the order passed by the Single-Judge Bench, wherein the Single Judge refused to interfere with the Competition Commission of India's probe for investigation
The pettion filed by the Delhi Consumer Cooperative Wholesale Store Karamchari Union sought formulation of relevant provisions with respect to employment of existing employees being affected by the New Excise Policy of Delhi government
The plea, filed by Delhi Prosecutors Welfare Association, sought direction to the government to create and make appointments to Additional Public Prosecutors (APPs) and also send a proposal for the creation of two such posts in each fast-track and POSCO court
They have already made a statement that till the personal Data Protection Bill is finalised, they are not going to transfer. How many times they have to make a statement, when they already made it once? There is no need to make every time a new statement or same statement again and again: Delhi HC
It is submitted by the Petitioner that because of the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020, and the nationwide lockdown imposed since March 22, 2020, the students couldn’t attend the schools physically, whereas managed to learn alternately through the online classes conducted by the schools.