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The Income Tax department today told the Delhi High Court that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi's tax assessment for the year 2011-12 was reopened as material facts were concealed.
The plea sought de-registration of the newly formed party on the grounds that the abbreviation of both the parties would be the same -- AAP -- which could confuse the voters.
A bench asked the city police and the Delhi Government to file a response on the plea and listed the matter for further hearing on November 27.
Delhi High Court junks PIL against BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh as head of Indian contingent at Asian Games
Singh's appointment was opposed by Anil Chamadia who has said that the Wrestling Federation of India president is one of the accused in the Babri Masjid demolition case.
A PIL alleged discrimination in the Indian Air Force (IAF) for not employing women as airmen in the technical and non-technical grades in any of its departments.
Young India-National Herald case: IT department wrongly calculated tax liability, Sonia Gandhi to Delhi HC
IT had said the shares Rahul Gandhi has in YI would lead him to have an income of Rs 154 crore and not about Rs 68 lakh, as was assessed earlier.
The victims of the anti-Sikh riots had last week expected relief from the court, hoping for a decision on the plea filed in 2013 in the Delhi High Court.
The Delhi High Court will hear the pleas of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday against the reopening of their tax assessments regarding the National Herald transactions.
The Delhi High Court today asked the Centre why it has not yet notified the law to prevent discrimination against HIV and AIDS patients despite the statute receiving Presidential assent.
Delhi High Court tells EC to decide on petitions questioning amendments to AIADMK constitution
The court further said criminalising begging was a wrong approach to deal with the underlying causes of the problem and it ignored the reality that people who beg were the poorest and marginalised.
The court made it clear that the provision of the Act which do not directly or indirectly criminalise begging or relate to the offence of begging are not required to be struck down and are maintained.
The court clarified that employers who paid enhanced wages as per the notification shall not recover the money from their employees.
The court said a "very unfortunate" stand was taken by land owning agencies in this matter as none of them has come forward to say that the land belongs to them.