The Delhi government standing counsel Santosh K Tripathi and central government standing counsel Monika Arora said the class 10 Board exams have been cancelled while those of class 12 have been postponed.
The observation came after amicus curiae and senior advocate Rajshekhar Rao expressed concerns regarding the manner of distribution of the medical equipment, received as aid, by the Centre and Delhi government.
The Delhi High Court has said it is the duty and obligation of a husband to maintain his wife and to provide financial support to her and their children except if any legally permissibly ground is contained in the statutes
The court had last month directed the Delhi government to expedite applications for issuing ration cards, saying they cannot be kept pending for a long time as the cards are required to obtain subsidised food grains.
The DPCC said the fines were levied on the directions of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) which had also ordered that remaining 75 percent of the amounts collected be spent on mitigating air pollution in the city
Hauz Khas Village is in special focus, a PIL stated that there are several unauthorised constructions in the area and its restaurants are allegedly operating without necessary licences like the fire safety clearance certifica
Delhi High Court today sought the response of the Aam Aadmi Party government on the plea of INLD leader Ajay Chautala, serving a 10-year jail term in a teachers' recruitment scam case, seeking two months' parole to maintain s
Delhi High Court today stayed a CIC order which has held that Ministers in the Union and state cabinets were "public authorities" and liable to answer public questions addressed to them under the Right to Information (RTI) Ac