The court put up the contempt plea for May 9, when the main petition seeking a ban on "illegal" sale of drugs and medicines online is also listed.
Western Peripheral Expressway along with Eastern Peripheral Expressway complete the largest ring road around Delhi.
The court asked the government to grant admission to students within one week or give reasons for non-admission and listed the matter for further hearing on May 9.
The stay on the interim hike in fees was Monday extended till April 30.
Plea moved in HC after Delhi University refuses maternity leave to female professor employed on ad-hoc basis
The petition was moved by a female professor as the university did not grant relief to her as she was not a permanent employee and was employed on an ad hoc basis.
Delhi High Court ordered that the trees should be of indigenous variety and must be taken care of till the monsoon.
The High Court has sought information from the Delhi government on whether CNG vehicles contribute to the air pollution in the national capital.
The high court in its interim order stayed the trial court proceedings against Dhinakaran and listed the matter for further hearing on March 20.
Justice Valmiki Mehta, 59, is survived by his wife and two sons. One of his son is married to Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi’s daughter.
The court said it has perused the inputs available with the authorities and it was unable to accept the woman's contention that the government's notice was arbitrary.
The court took up the issue as a PIL after it received a letter from Tushar Sahdev and Raman Kalra, who had claimed that the hotel was not complying with the Supreme Court directives.
A call about the blaze was received at 1.30 pm after which four fire tenders were rushed to the spot.
The Delhi government has said that the hospitals have been asked to repair the ventilators or procure new ones at the earliest.
In Chennai, AMMK deputy general secretary TTV Dhinakaran told reporters that the SC directive was not a setback to the party as being reported in a section of the media.
The hearing must be advanced or the authorities should be allowed to proceed under law against the JNMF, the government said.