The Supreme Court said the steps taken by the Delhi and Central governments in the last few weeks have not worked to reduce Delhi air pollution with it getting worse. The Apex Court said vehicular, industrial pollution is holding back real progress. Centre said Central Vista work not causing pollution.
The Supreme Court sought the response of the Delhi government and the Centre on a plea challenging the Aam Aadmi Party government's decision to allow fresh permits only for e-auto rickshaws. Auto manufacturers complained that autos running on CNG and BSVI petrol are being discriminated against by the denial of permit.
The Civil Judge at Dwarka Courts in the national capital, issued summons in the matter while observing that prima facie case has been made out in favour of the plaintiff association. The Court, thereby, restrained the liquor vend from being opened in the alleged area till the next date of hearing.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its order on concerning rising levels of air pollution in Delhi. The special bench led by CJI N.V. Ramana to continue hearing the plea by 17-year-old Delhi student Aditya Dubey over concerning rising levels of air pollution in NCT of Delhi.
The Delhi High Court has adjourned a petition preferred by 16 successful bidders for licenses for operation of retail liquor vends, seeking to declare the decision of the Delhi government to levy license fees with effect from November 1, 2021 as illegal.
The Delhi Government on Friday informed the Delhi High Court that the Central government has launched a campaign for door-to-door coronavirus vaccination drive across the country, which will be followed by all states and Union Territories.
The Delhi High Court has recently sought the responses of the Delhi Government and the North Delhi Municipal Corporation in a petition preferred by a dengue patient seeking a direction to take necessary measures to control the dengue outbreak in the area surrounding the petitioner’s residence.
The Delhi High Court has recently sought the response of the Delhi Government in a petition preferred by an NGO, comprising nurses, working in private hospitals, seeking a direction to the respondents to change the nomenclature of nursing personnel working in private hospitals from “staff nurse” to “nursing officer”.