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Delhi high court directs centre to make Jan Aushadhi functional

Delhi high court directs centre to make Jan Aushadhi functional

The court observed in its judgment that a Jan Aushadhi scheme was in place, although not adequately implemented. Photo: Arvind Yadav/Mint New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Tuesday directed the central government to make Jan Aushadhi ..., 1 day ago

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Identify buildings for use as homeless shelters: HC to DUSIB

The Delhi High Court has asked the shelter improvement board to identify buildings in the national capital and seek help from various agencies to make available night shelter space for homeless this winter. "We clarify it is for the Delhi Urban ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago
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Railways refuses to provide its land for shelter homes

A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw, however, was of the view that in winter this year no one in the national Capital should die of cold or be found sleeping on road side. We are not concerned with the space and the ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Railway Land Not Suitable For Night Shelters: HC  Outlook India1 week ago Railway refuse to give land for shelter at night: HC told  Business Standard India1 week ago 'Build opinion on helmet'  Times of India1 week ago

Helmets for Sikh women not feasible: Delhi high court

The Delhi high court on Thursday rejected a couple of petitions seeking revocation of the city government's notification to exempt Sikh women from wearing helmets while driving or riding pillion on two-wheelers. The court said it was not ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Helmet for Sikh women PIL junked  Asian Age1 week ago Not feasible to make helmet mandatory for Sikh women: HC  Press Trust of India1 week ago Govt opposes PIL against exempting Sikh women from wearing helmets  Rediff.com2 months ago
Business Standard India

PIL seeks guidelines to regulate web-based car companies; Delhi HC asks Centre to give detailsNew

The Delhi High court has sought details from the Centre on the steps taken to regulate radio cabs in the capital. In a Public Interest Litigation filed by Advocate Damini Chawla (Petitioner), a Division Bench comprising Chief Justice G Rohini and ...
 Bar & Bench1 week ago HC agrees to hear plea for regulating radio cabs in Delhi  Business Standard India2 weeks ago HC to hear plea to regulate radio cabs  The Week2 weeks ago HC to Hear Petition for Regulating Radio Cabs in Delhi  Outlook India2 weeks ago

Delhi cab rape case: As it happened on Wednesday

8:45 pm: Uber today finally ceased its operations in the national capital complying with a government ban imposed on it three days back. The move by the US-based firm came even as the Delhi Government and Traffic Police engaged in a blame game with ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago LIVE - Delhi rape case: We are doing everything we can, says Uber cab services, Asia-Pacific head  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago LIVE - Delhi rape case: Uber cabs ceases operations in Delhi  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago

Can homeless get shelter at night in underground parking

space, asks HC New Delhi, Dec 10 (PTI) The Delhi High Court today asked several civic bodies here to inform it whether the underground vehicle parking space can be made available to homeless for shelter at night. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini ...
 Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Delhi High Court asks state to ensure night shelters are available for all needy  DNA India1 month ago High Court asks Delhi government on issues regarding allotment of night shelters during winter  Economic Times1 month ago Are our directions on night shelters being implemented? HC to  Business Standard India1 month ago

Constitution does not permit coins with religious symbols: HC

New Delhi, Dec 3 (PTI) The Delhi High Court today questioned the Centre's step to commemorate religious events by issuing coins having pictures of deities embossed on them observing that "our Constitution does not permit this". "As a state you ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago HC questions lack of govt report on pesticides in food  Press Trust of India1 month ago State Should Not Celebrate Religious Functions: HC on Religious Coins  Outlook India1 month ago HC raises questions on issue of coins with religious symbols  Business Standard India1 month ago

Delhi HC says CCI can appeal stays on probes

Doubts were raised whether CCI could file such an appeal, as it was the CCI that ordered the probe against JCB in the first place; the court ruled that CCI has the right. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint The Delhi high court (HC) on Tuesday held that ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

SC stays Delhi HC ban on Comedy Central

The entertainment channel from Viacom 18 to resume broadcast this evening BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 28, 2014 The Supreme Court today stayed Delhi High Court's decision to ban the transmission of entertainment channel Comedy ...
 Best Media Info3 weeks ago Oops, they did it again! Govt takes Comedy Central off air fearing it will corrupt morals  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago No laughs for Comedy Central as Delhi High Court upholds Centre's ban on transmission  DNA India4 weeks ago No laughing matter: Delhi HC bans Comedy Central for six days, values stability of nascentNew  Bar & Bench4 weeks ago
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