The Supreme Court reprimanded the Centre for the delay in the Tribunal Reform Act and the appointment, said … the government does not respect the court's decision, the law was passed against the order … notice issued to the central government
Delhi Government Additional Standing Counsel Anuj Aggarwal on Thursday sought time from the Delhi High Court to take instructions upon a plea by a woman who is a beneficiary under the Delhi Ladli Scheme, 2008, alleging non-payment of the amount accrued to her, under the said scheme, upon maturity in 2012.
The Delhi High Court asked the concerned authorities to treat the plea as a representation and appoint doctors/anesthetists. “This decision will be taken by the respondents in accordance with law, rules, regulations and relevant policies applicable to the facts of the case, as expeditiously as possible
Delhi High Court single bench of Justice Rekha Palli has said that the protest should not result in a super spreader of corona virus while issuing notice to the Centre, Delhi Government, Commissioner of Police, South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) and Delhi Jal Board.
Advocates, who are standing counsels for the Delhi government, say they haven't been paid for the last 4-5 years. They have moved Delhi High Court for the recovery of the money. Delhi High Court Chief Justice D.N. Patel Justice Jyoti Singh said they should be at least paid dues of over 6 months.
A doctor had objected to Delhi government decision to treat government officers, their families in 4 hotels linked to two hospitals if they fell ill during Covid-19 second wave. The Delhi High Court has ruled the govt officers and their families needed the guarantee since they were risking infection.
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 Trinamool Congress’ (TMC) post-victory evolution in West Bengal has happened quickly and in Technicolor. The BJP’s former Union minister Babul Supriyo, who had lost all bearing in his party after his defeat, has joined the TMC.