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
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought response from the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Ministry of Law on a plea seeking uniform education syllabus for all children aged 6-14 years across India.
The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre and RBI on a plea against the "illegal" surcharge levied on transactions done through debit and credit cards across the country while no such charge is imposed on cash
The Delhi High Court has termed it "very unfortunate" that an appeal regarding a property dispute was pending before it for over 30 years and no satisfactory solution was found despite the fact that 75 judges have heard the m
A PIL has been moved in Delhi High Court seeking directions to the government to recruit married women law graduates into the Judge Advocate General (JAG) department of the Indian Army like similarly placed men.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the city government to take into consideration the suggestion of a petition asking for re-introduction of the odd-even vehicle scheme through awareness campaign and with differential pa
Cairn India today told Delhi High Court that a loss of Rs 1400 crore has been caused to the government as the company was forced to sell its share of crude from its Rajasthan oil field to private players at prices 20 per cent
Days after the terror strike at Pathankot airbase, Google's online maps showing Indian defence installations, nuclear power plants and other "sensitive" locations today came under the scanner of Delhi High Court which asked t
Consumers have the right to get compensated for call drops and this was different from the quality of service guidelines that cellular service providers have to follow under the licence conditions, TRAI told Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court today refused to interfere with AAP government's odd-even vehicles policy to control rising air pollution in the city, observing that restrictions under the scheme were only till January 15.