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The court clarified that employers who paid enhanced wages as per the notification shall not recover the money from their employees.
He told the court that the he would move an application seeking early hearing on day-to-day basis for speedy disposal of the case.
The High Court said members of the students union disobeyed and violated the court's order in August 2017 which had barred them from protesting within 100 m of the administration building.
The court held cancellation of the residential flat to the family as illegal and contrary to law and said the case revealed a "sordid state of affairs" as the DDA has failed to maintain records.
The woman told the court that the 'nikahnama' claimed by the man was not genuine as she was forced to sign blank papers after being taken frorcibly in a car.
The high court, however, granted liberty to the government to raise the issue of "abuse of process" before the India-United Kingdom BIPA tribunal.
The Chief Minister reacted after the court asked the Election Commission to hear the case afresh because the MLAs were not given proper hearing before the poll panel decided on their disqualification.
A bench sought response of the Delhi government and the prison authorities on two letters sent by the foreign women.
The court said status quo would be maintained with regard to properties attached by the ED in the Prevention of Money Laundering Act case.
The judge also noted that the case was a reflection of "trust deficit to the hilt" between the members of the Delhi Assembly and the bureaucrats.
The Income Tax Department has levied a penalty of Rs 436.80 crore for assessment year 2009-10 on NDTV and the news channel has filed a writ petition against the order by the I-T Department.
The complaint was filed in 2016 by Vaibhav Khuraniya alleging that his company RM Green Solutions purchased a retail franchise of Gitanjali Jewellers from Choksi on an assurance of high returns.
Students yesterday 'gheraoed' the adminstration block demanding a meeting with the vice-chancellor on the issue of compulsory attendance and stopped the rectors from leaving the building.
Delhi High Court has put on hold the interim licence granted by the copyright office to an internet broadcasting firm to communicate online the sound recordings of music labels Saregama and T-Series.
The Delhi government contended that courts cannot create or legislate an offence, which would be the outcome of striking down of the exception in the penal law that does not consider marital rape.