The Bench of Chief Justice D. N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan, Delhi High Court today heard a PIL to hold institutions like the Reserve Bank of India and companies like Google Pay accountable for facilitating financial transactions without the requisite authorisation from RBI.
The Advocate Welfare Fund Trust (AWFT) has informed Delhi High Court that it has decided to give Rs 1 crore to needy advocates, irrespective of whether they are suffering from Covid-19 or not. This decision was taken at its meeting on September 2.
The Delhi High Court has asked the AAP government to continue with its welfare schemes, including arranging for the admission of orphan children to private as well as in government schools and also for their employment.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Delhi government to consider the PIL filed seeking direction for the welfare of a person with a disability during the pandemic as a representation and take decisions on it as expeditiously as possible.
Delhi HC has directed the North Delhi Municipal Corporation to file utilization certificate for Rs 8 crores to be released for the payment of stipend/emoluments to resident doctors from March 2020, in a plea filed regarding the issue of payment of salary to the Resident Doctors in Delhi.
As initially enacted for example Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS Act) 1985 (hereinafter alluded to as 'the Act'), there existed no distinction between a drug trafficker and an addict. A uniform sentence construction was specified as punishment for most offences under the Act.
New Delhi (ILNS): The Supreme Court today dismissed a plea filed by Delhi Government, challenging the Delhi High Court order allowing bail to Pinjra Tod activist Devangana Kalita, in connection with the Delhi riots that took place earlier this year.