National Human Rights Commission has issued notices to the Delhi government and Police over reports of inaction in a case of sexual assault of two blind students and sought a report from them within two weeks.
Days after the Centre announced certain austerity measures, the Delhi government has issued similar instructions cutting down the expenditure ceiling for official meetings and lunches and setting a limit on the amount of fuel that can be used by officers.
The Delhi High Court has sought response of the city government on an NGO's plea challenging its order that unaided minority schools are not obliged to provide free admission and tuition to students belonging to the economically weaker section (EWS).
The Delhi High Court Friday directed the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to initiate the process of hip and knee replacement of a 38-year-old poor crippled patient who has been suffering from Reiter's disease.
Home prices in the capital are set to go up further with Delhi government Monday hiking the circle rates -- the minimum valuation at which properties have to be registered -- by up to 20 per cent with an aim to check black money component in sale and purchase transactions.
The city government on Wednesday informed the Delhi High Court that as directed by it, they have deposited a corpus of Rs one crore with DSLSA in Delhi Victim Compensation Account for giving compensation to victims of crimes, including rape.