"The investigation is still pending. The allegations against the applicant/accused are serious and grave and are directly related to national economy and financial interests."
"With all due respect, you suddenly wake up now and challenge the order. Enough is enough. There has to be some end to luxury to litigate," the high court said and dismissed the plea.
The petition said immediate action and remedial steps are needed to eliminate the contagious viral disease which has killed nearly 70,000 cattle in the country so far.
Justice Sudhir Kumar Jain said he was granting "statutory bail" to the two former officials of the NSE.
Appearing for the petitioner, Akash Vashishtha, the advocate argued that none of the agencies carrying out plantations are maintaining proper records.
A sweeper and a security guard died on September 9 in Outer Delhi's Mundka area after they inhaled toxic gases inside a sewer.
Saxena has also sought damages and compensation of Rs 2.5 crore along with interest from the political party and its five leaders.
Justice Yogesh Khanna issued notice on Jain’s plea and asked the investigating agency to file a “short reply” while listing the case for further consideration on September 28.
Justice Yogesh Khanna issued notice on Jain's plea and asked the investigating agency to file a "short reply" while listing the case for further consideration on September 28.
The bench also noted that the probation officer is required to fill out a form that relates to the preparation of the Social Investigation Report for children in conflict with the law.
The Delhi High Court has directed the city government to ensure the advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) service is installed on the court premises before December 6.
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The Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) unit of the Delhi Police will probe the matter.
Justice Amit Bansal, who heard the matter for two hours, reserved the order on the issue of granting interim relief to Saxena.
The high court, which was hearing the petition by sellers who seek to ‘purchase, sell and store only green cracker,’ posted the matter for hearing on October 7.
When the sweeper had gone down to clean the sewer, he fainted and the guard followed to rescue him and he also fell unconscious, the police said.
The high court bench listed the matter for further hearing on January 17, 2023.
Reacting to the college governing body’s decision, a senior varsity official said the university will not back down and will defend its admission policy.
The college, for its part, said it will accord 85 per cent weightage to the CUET score and 15 per cent to physical interviews for “all categories of candidates”.
Counsel for the income tax department, advocate Zoheb Hossain, told the court that ‘nothing is happening’ and prayed for accommodation on account of the Solicitor General not being available.
The petitioner, who is suffering from a cardiac ailment and has been advised heart replacement, claimed his family treated him with cruelty and brought him "a lot of sorrow".