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The journalist had sought quashing of a second FIR lodged against him by the CBI on charges of extorting Rs 15 crore from a Mumbai builder by portraying himself as an income tax "power broker".
Against Rai, CBI had, on May 3, lodged a case for alleged dubious financial transactions and getting an Aerodrome Access Pass on the basis of false information.
The court said the government will have to monitor the implementation of the recommendations and should not wait for teachers' complaints to take any action.
The Delhi High Court said that there was no proof to show Narottam Mishra incurred expenses, directly or indirectly, on news articles favouring him.
Earlier the Delhi High Court had slapped a fine of Rs. 10 lakhs on each media house, who revealed the identity of the Kathua rape-case victim.
Appear before CBI if you have nothing to hide: Delhi High Court to self-styled godman Virender Dev Dixit
The observations by the bench came after the ashram's lawyer alleged that Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson Swati Maliwal was spreading fake propaganda about their institution.
Priyadarshini Mattoo rape and murder case: Delhi High Court asks convict Santosh Kumar Singh to give his educational details
The court noted that Singh has been pursuing the two-year LLM programme since 2012 and asked how long would he take to complete the course.
Justice Yogesh Khanna, before whom Airtel moved the plea, issued a notice to RJIO and sought its stand before the next date of hearing on July 2.
The court directed the police not to depend on CSR activities and put up more close circuit TVs on its own with signboards saying that people are under surveillance.
The airline also told a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar that the period of suspension of the two pilots is over now.
The airlines have claimed that variations in FDTL were sometimes necessary, as in the latest instance of diversion of around 70 flights from Delhi to other airports due to the dust-storm on May 13.
Federation of Indian Airlines move Delhi High Court for modification of order on flight duty limitations
The FIA said the DGCA had set aside all variations it had permitted earlier in the number of landings and take-offs a pilot could conduct in a day.
The two accused were deported in 2000 from Pakistan after serving life-term for hijacking an Air India plane to the neighbouring country in 1981.
The court dismissed the pleas which has challenged CBSE notification laying down eligibility conditions, including upper age limit of 25 years.
The high court, however, struck down a clause in the notification which bars students from open schools or those who have studied privately from appearing in the test.