The court had noted that in between high-rise buildings in the area, hawkers and vendors have claimed the pavement area which was meant for circulation of people.
It was removed for road widening works and placed on drain which irked party workers
The entrance exams will be held till September 23.
The GHMC and the Housing Department have constructed the mega project consisting of 15,660 units of 2BHK houses in 117 blocks, along with civic infrastructure facilities, in about 144 acres of land.
The age-old, tactile art of pottery is helping people in Delhi-NCR to engage in a therapeutic experience amid the pandemic
The project will be completed and open to public within a month, said officials.
Despite the controversy that is being whipped up in some quarters about the counter terrorism course, this is something that needs to be taken up by other universities
Gujarat Congress said the people who never participated in the freedom struggle and sided with Britishers are now pointing fingers at freedom fighters and India's first Prime Minister.
He said a notice will be issued soon regarding the convocation.
One can have differences over Nehru's policies after independence, but no one can deny his contribution to the freedom struggle, said the Rajya Sabha member, who is the executive editor of Saamana.
The State Election Commission (SEC) has moved the Supreme Court seeking 35 more days to complete the elections to the rural local bodies in the nine districts.
Earlier, Kumar had said there was a “needless controversy” about the course without going into its academic merits.
The Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Executive Council on Thursday approved a new counter-terrorism course, which was under criticism from a section of teachers and students for its content.
As per the complaint, the actor along with an unidentified person allegedly created a defamatory video about Mahatma Gandhi, former Prime Ministers Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi.
The ICHR director now clarifies it was an unnecessary ‘controversy’, that more posters are on the way and India’s first PM would be accommodated ‘in the future’.