Delhi High Court is seized of the matter challenging the appointment of Gujarat-cadre IPS Officer Rakesh Asthana as the Delhi Police Commissioner, filed by one Sadre Alam and an intervention application in the same plea was also allowed by the court filed by an NGO by the name of CPIL.
The Supreme Court observed that guidelines issued by the Union have in no way made any genuine progress with regards to setting up halfway homes for those cured of mental illness as indicated by the State government and directed the Government to monitor the progress & apprise the court periodically.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the Centre to file a detailed counter-affidavit clearly setting out in detail the law and procedure followed by the Centre in respect of interception and monitoring of telephones.
Senior Advocate Rahul Mehra, representing the Delhi Government, submitted that over 63 lakh beneficiaries have been provided food grain under the scheme and termed the petition to be "politically motivated".
The Delhi High Court on Monday has issued notice in a plea filed by NGO Shree Swaminarayan Mandir seeking directions to the Centre to allow it to fill and upload the Form FC-04 on the government portal so as to enable it to file their annual returns for 2019-20, as the same could not be filed earlier due to technical glitch in the portal.
The Tamil Nadu government informed the Madras High Court bench that it would recommence the supply of cooked meals to school-going children aged between two to six at local anganwadis in the State by September 1.
NGO Christian Educational Society moved Court saying it had supplied all documents but possibly delay in opening the account could have also been due to the pandemic. In the meantime, the NGO is unable to raise or disburse funds from donors abroad.