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‘Shaken out of slumber, turned turtle’: HC raps Delhi govt over rising Covid-19 cases

-The Indian Express The court noted that the quantum of fine for not wearing masks, not maintaining social distancing did not appear to be a deterrent in controlling the cases. The Delhi High Court Thursday pulled up the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government over the rising coronavirus cases in the city, saying why did it wait to take precautions like reducing the number of attendees at weddings when the cases were on the...

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Meet the interfaith couple who moved HC to do away with clause in Special Marriage Act: ‘Discourages those like us’ -Sofi Ahsan

-The Indian Express The objections are limited to technical aspects like soundness of mind, age and existence of any spouse of the parties intending to register the marriage but the notice at times becomes a reason for life threats for couples fleeing their homes and wanting to marry as per their own choice. NIDA Rahman and Mohan Lal met in 2011 in a Delhi college and fell in love. Their religious identities...

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Unregistered telemarketing: Delhi High Court pulls up TRAI -Soibam Rocky Singh

-The Hindu Court was hearing Paytm’s petition. The Delhi High Court on Tuesday expressed displeasure at the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) failing to take action against unregistered telemarketers engaged in unsolicited commercial communications (UCC). A Bench of Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan asked the telecom regulator why it had not taken any action against anybody till now. “Take action against some persons, so that the remaining persons will...

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Statement by Right to Housing activists related to the Supreme Court order on demolition of shanties along the railway tracks dated 31st August, 2020

-Press release by Right to Housing Activists dated 3rd September, 2020 A press release has been issued by Right to Housing activists related to the order of the Supreme Court dated 31st August, 2020 in MC Mehta versus Union of India, WP(C) 13029/1985, that asked for the demolition of Jhuggis (slums/ shanties) along the railway tracks. The press release says that Jhuggis along the railway tracks are already covered by the...

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Delhi HC grants bail to Pinjra Tod member Devangana Kalita

-The Hindu/ PTI The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted bail to a member of Pinjra Tod, a women’s collective, in a case related to the communal violence in northeast Delhi during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in February. Justice Suresh Kumar Kait gave the relief to JNU student Devangana Kalita on furnishing of a personal bond of ₹25,000 and a surety of the like amount. The court directed that she shall...

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