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Delhi Govt pulled up for not appointing regular teachers

The Delhi High Court today rapped the AAP Government for not following its directions on appointing regular teachers in its schools. “Enough is enough, nothing has been done since 2011… As appointment of guest teachers is in fashion, so you (government) are also following it,”

Absence of CCTVs in Delhi police stations worries HC

The alleged absence of 100 per cent CCTV coverage at different police stations of the city, today prompted the Delhi High Court to ask the AAP government why close circuit televisions have not been installed so far. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal

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HC asks Centre, WB Govt if Mukul Roy was being monitored

The Delhi High Court today asked the Centre and the West Bengal government to “unambiguously” inform whether politician Mukul Roy, who recently joined BJP, was being monitored or his calls being intercepted allegedly by the state police. The court’s direction came when it was hearing

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SC allows NRI to move Constitution Bench on Aadhaar linking

The Supreme Court on Friday gave liberty to a UAE-based professional to approach the Bench, expected to be set up shortly to hear the various petitions challenging the Aadhaar scheme, with his plea to exempt Non-Resident Indians from linking their bank accounts with Aadhaar. A bench led