The allegations that the accused forged the Aadhaar card and married another woman in a similar manner are yet to be investigated, the judge said.
There are 795 cases pertaining to petty offences committed by juveniles pending for six months to one year before the six JJBs in Delhi.
The court observed that the petitioner was yet to watch the entire movie and has approached it on the basis of the trailer which was stated to contain provocative content.
Bhavika, a Chandigarh-based aspirant, has 95.5 per cent in her Best of Four and wants to pursue BA(Honours) Economics from either Lady Shri Ram College or Shri Ram College of Commerce.
After their four-match winning streak was snapped, Ricky Ponting's side, currently second in the table, now need a win to guarantee progress and two to make the top two.
Only five fatalities due to coronavirus were reported last month one each on September 7, September 16 and September 17, and two on September 28, according to official figures.
Apart from SRCC, which had pegged the cut-off for its hugely popular B.Com (Hons) course at 100 per cent in 2011, probably none of the colleges had ever kept a perfect score for admissions.
Justice Mukta Gupta said that there was no ground to grant bail to the accused, Sirazuddin, at this stage and noted that the available video footage showed him as part of a mob.
According to food department officials, ration cards, which remain inactive for consecutive three months, are liable to be cancelled.
The body has been sent for post-mortem and further legal action will be taken according to the autopsy report.
The licencing authority has opposed the plea challenging notifications on temporary fireworks and crackers and urged the Delhi High Court to dismiss it.
Voice over Internet Protocol call was coming from a Gulf country and Pakistan every day through this illegal telephone exchange.
Decide representation to withhold release of movie based on religious conversion, Delhi HC tells Centre
Judges while dealing with a PIL by All India Practicing Lawyers Council, said the government has the power to consider the grievances raised by the petitioner and take necessary action.
Union ministry of information and broadcasting and others were directed to decide the representation sent by the petitioners according to rules, regulations, government policies and applicable laws.
The bench said that there was a need for a fool-proof entry system, installation of metal detectors, CCTV cameras points, and proper training of police personnel.