The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of Law & Justice, to decide the representation by a lawyer, alleging that people are still being booked by the police under scrapped legal provisions.
Delhi High Court issued notice seeking response from the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board upon a plea by a man who is aggrieved by the fact that the DUSIB dispossessed him from his ‘jhuggi’ in the year 2012, without providing alternative residential accommodation, and posted it for November 8, 2021.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday sought response from the Delhi Government on a petition alleging arbitrariness in the process of fixation of fees for private unaided institutions affiliated to the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.
The Centre and the Ministry of Defence were issued notice by the Delhi High Court on a petition challenging the vires of the Essential Defence Services Act, 2021, regarding prohibition of strike by personnel engaged in essential defence services
17 Indian Air Force sergeants have moved the Delhi High court saying a new policy of the IAF dated August 25, 2020 disabled them in career progression and sought that they are promoted as per policy that predated the recent change. The Delhi High Court has issued notice but was not entirely convinced.
The matter was yesterday heard by the Single-Judge Bench of Justice Amit Bansal, who remarked that no time-bound direction for implementing the rule of vaccination of pregnant women can be given to the Government.
The Ld. Counsel for the petitioner submitted that the petitioner is an association of around 40 members, who are all registered for the examination. He further submitted that their only concern is that the exam be postponed for about 4 to 6 weeks considering the ongoing pandemic.