Delhi High Court Directs the Government to Cater the Issue of Denial of Access to Food to Poor During the Lockdown
In order to cater the issue of denial of access to food to the poor and under-privileged people and to implement the provisions of the National Food Security Act, the High Court of Delhi directs the Government to take various steps to ensure distribution of food grains at all times and to ensure that the ration shops are open at the working hours for both PDS and non-PDS residents.
Excerpt The dispute application no.7 of 2020 filed by respondent no.2 before designated authority. Thereafter the designated authority order dated 28.10.2020 disqualified the petitioner and...
The High Court of Delhi in the matter of Delhi Sainik Cooperation Housing Ltd. v. Union of India & Ors held that right to...
Sr. Adv. Dushyant Dave Steps Down as President of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) With Immediate Effect
Dushyant Dave was elected as head of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) in December 2019. In his brief letter, he said the tenure of the SCBA Executive Committee had already ended and it may not be possible to hold virtual elections as per schedule “due to reservations held by some lawyers.”
Bhupinder Singh Mann, one of the members nominated to the Farms Law Committee formed by the Supreme Court for negotiating with the farmers, has quit from the panel saying that he cannot compromise the interest of the Punjab and Farmers of the country and for this, he is ready to sacrifice any position.