The Delhi High Court on Wednesday deferred to September 20, hearing on plea for safeguarding the interest of the children who have lost their parents to Covid-19, and who do not have anyone else to take care of them and face the risk of being trafficked.
The Delhi High Court set aside the order of the District Victim Compensation Committee, rejecting the grant of interim compensation under the Victim Compensation Scheme and directed the DSLSA to reconsider the petitioner’s claim for interim compensation under the period of one week.
Naresh Kumar Sharma seeks setting aside the order passed by Justice Rekha Palli, in a plea by Sharma against his non-selection for the Tokyo Paralympics event by the PCI, the body responsible for selecting athletes to represent India at the Paralympic Games.
The Delhi High Court bench headed by Justice Vipin Sanghi observed, “…it has not been examined, as to how the Gautam Gambhir Foundation could have procured the drug Fabiflu from the license dealers/retailers between 22.04.2021 and 29.04.2021.”
The Delhi HC has framed a FastDAR (FAST- DETAILED ACCIDENT REPORT ) Scheme for resolving a road accident death cases within ten days. The victim's family will received the compensation without having to file any compensation case as the FastDAR will be treated as a claim petition by the Tribunal.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay the Delhi High Court order permitting Delhi's recognised private and unaided schools to charge annual fee and development charges from students till the physical reopening of the schools.