The Delhi High Court on Wednesday adjourned an appeal preferred by the Delhi Government against the Single Judge High Court Order ruling the statement made by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to pay the rent of any tenant who is unable to pay the rent due to poverty.
Delhi High Court division bench directed the State and Centre to file reports regarding the cause of the fire and the measure being taken to mitigate the fire along with measures for future preventions.
The Delhi High Court has dismissed the appeal preferred seeking Central Government to facilitate diplomatic interventions as well as negotiations with the family of the victim, on behalf of Nimisha Priya to save her life by paying blood money (diyah).
On Monday, the Delhi High Court has instructed and directed the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), along with the municipal authorities and the Delhi Police to put a stop to the unauthorized construction and encroachment in the walled city area of old Delhi and Jama Masjid.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday sought responses from the Centre and the Delhi Government, among others, on a plea seeking repair, operation and maintenance of elevators and escalators across foot-over bridges and public buildings in the capital.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday disposed of a PIL, seeking direction to the Delhi government to recall the decision on 100 per cent physical re-opening of schools with effect from April 1, till the time the school-going children were vaccinated completely.