No insurance cover to persons suffering from congenital anomalies: High Court

The Delhi High Court has asked the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI) to “explain the reasonableness” of not granting insurance cover to people suffering from congenital anomalies.“What is the objection to giving insurance cover to them (people suffering from congenital anomalies),” a bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao asked […]

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HC tells authorities to Explore Possibility of Multi-level Parking at Karol Bagh to Ease Vehicular Congestion

NEW DELHI: A Delhi High Court bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao, asked the local authorities  to explore alternatives like multi-level parking to resolve the problem of vehicular congestion  in the Karol Bagh area. The bench was hearing a PIL, filed by Neena Narang, a resident of the colony, claiming that due to excessive parking […]

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Delhi High Court granted two weeks time to Centre, Notify rules on pet shops

NEW DELHI: A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao of Delhi High Court has granted two weeks time to the Centre to notify rules regulating running of pet shops and has warned that failure to do so could invite strict action against the officials concerned. The Bench passed the order after the central government […]

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Did not block access to admin block : JNU Students Union to Delhi High Court

The office bearers of the JNU Students Union (JNUSU) have told the Delhi High Court that they have not violated its order on holding protests in the varsity as they did not block access to the administrative block. They also submitted before the high court that its August last year direction to not hold protests […]

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HC dismisses students’ plea against JNU admission policy

The Delhi High Court today dismissed as “infructuous” a plea challenging JNU’s admission policy based on a 2016 notification of the University Grants Commission which capped the number of students per professor for MPhil and PhD courses. “Petition dismissed as infructuous,” Justice V K Rao said. The court said that the regulations made by UGC […]

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HC pulls up AAP govt for 11th hour nursery admission norms

AAP government today felt the heat of the Delhi High Court for coming out with nursery admission norms at the “eleventh hour” which has not only caused “chaos and confusion” but also wasted “valuable” judicial time. “Why do you come out with such notifications at the eleventh hour always? Every notification is in December end […]

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Delhi HC allows schools to collect fee for more than a month

The Delhi High Court on Thursday granted relief to unaided private schools in the capital, setting aside its last year’s direction restraining them from levying fee for more than one month at a time from students. However, considering the grievance of some parents, a division bench of Acting Chief Justice B.D. Ahmed and Justice V.K. […]

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