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SC asserted that courts in the country had to function and that it was going to make sure that governments provided manpower and infrastructure for the same.
National Herald building lease: Centre assures Delhi HC status quo will be maintained till November 22
The publisher had approached the high court on November 12 challenging the October 30 order of the Urban Development Ministry, ending its 56-year-old lease.
The court dismissed the pleas of Nipun Malhotra, a differently-abled person, who has opposed government's decision to buy the buses.
The court said the operation of the order will remain stayed till the next date of hearing on November 27.
The Collegium has deferred its decision on the proposal for elevation of four other advocates -- Krishnendu Datta, Saurabh Kirpal, Priya Kumar, and Sanjoy Ghose.
The Bench said since certain sections of the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) was alleged against Navlakha, the CMM should have been extra careful in granting the transit remand.
The court was hearing a petition filed by advocate Amit Sahni claiming that the Election Commission (EC) provides a common instrument or article, i.e. pen, to voters for marking ballot paper.
A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao issued the notice to the Health Ministry and sought its response to the plea by August 26, the next date of hearing.
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.