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Housing Rights Or Environment Protection: Over 1 lakh Khori Slum Dwellers Will Turn Homeless Following SC’s Demolition Order

Housing Rights Or Environment Protection: Over 1 lakh Khori Slum Dwellers Will Turn Homeless Following SC’s Demolition Order

A Supreme Court June 7 order has left environmentalists and human rights activists bewildered after it ordered the demolition of over 10,000 houses in Khori village, a slum located on the Delhi-Haryan

“Wasted Court’s Time”: Delhi High Court Dismissed Juhi Chawla’s Lawsuit Against 5G Rollout, Imposed Rs 20 Lakh Cost

“Wasted Court’s Time”: Delhi High Court Dismissed Juhi Chawla’s Lawsuit Against 5G Rollout, Imposed Rs 20 Lakh Cost

Delhi High Court has dismissed the lawsuit filed by Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla against the rollout of 5G technology in India. The court has also imposed a cost of Rs 20 lakh on Juhi Chawla and two

Consider to Prohibit Private Ownership of Elephants by Temples, Individuals: Madras High Court

Consider to Prohibit Private Ownership of Elephants by Temples, Individuals: Madras High Court

Taking note of the increasing cruelty and exploitation of the elephants at the hands of their caretakers and owners, Madras High Court has recommended the state government to consider formulating new

“Exercise of Power by Centre under DDA Act is Just and Valid”; SC Gives Nod to Central Vista Redevelopment Project with 2:1 Majority

“Exercise of Power by Centre under DDA Act is Just and Valid”; SC Gives Nod to Central Vista Redevelopment Project with 2:1 Majority

Supreme Court on Tuesday, has allowed the Centre government to go ahead with the redevelopment of the Central Vista project in a 2:1 verdict. The apex court bench upheld that the exercise of power und

NGT Puts A Complete Ban On Sale And Use Of Firecrackers In Delhi-NCR, Till November 30

NGT Puts A Complete Ban On Sale And Use Of Firecrackers In Delhi-NCR, Till November 30

In view of the deteriorating air quality, the National Green Tribunal has on Monday imposed a total ban on the sale/use of all kinds of firecrackers in Delhi NCR from the midnight of November 9 till t

“If Anybody Will Fall Sick, We Will Make You Responsible”; SC to SG Tushar Mehta over Stubble Burning Matter

“If Anybody Will Fall Sick, We Will Make You Responsible”; SC to SG Tushar Mehta over Stubble Burning Matter

Supreme Court on Thursday, has deferred the hearing of public interest litigation over the ongoing stubble burning in the neighboring states of Punjab, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh, till November 6. The

NGT rules environment clearance for Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project ‘ex post facto’ in violation of law

NGT rules environment clearance for Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project ‘ex post facto’ in violation of law

On Tuesday, the National Green Tribunal held that environmental clearance to Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project was granted ex post facto, after completion of substantial work, by the Ministry of En

SC appoints the former judge of apex court to monitor steps to prevent stubble burning

SC appoints the former judge of apex court to monitor steps to prevent stubble burning

On Friday, the Supreme Court appointed its former judge, Justice (Retd.) Madan B Lokur to act as the one-man monitoring committee and to take steps to prevent stubble burning in the states of Punjab,

Centre Moves Delhi HC to Review its June 30 Order to Publish Draft EIA in 22 Languages

Centre Moves Delhi HC to Review its June 30 Order to Publish Draft EIA in 22 Languages

After withdrawing the petition from Supreme Court, Centre has moved Delhi High Court with a petition seeking review of its June 30 order to publish the draft Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) in the

SC Orders Removal of 48,000 Jhuggies Along Delhi Railway Tracks Within Three Months

SC Orders Removal of 48,000 Jhuggies Along Delhi Railway Tracks Within Three Months

In his last judgment of Justice Arun Mishra’s tenure as Supreme Court judge, SC has ordered the removal of 48,000 jhuggies (temporary houses) along the 140 km Delhi railway track. The court gave

Delhi High Court Came to Rescue a 30-year Old Banyan Tree in Chandni Chowk Against Illegal Construction

Delhi High Court Came to Rescue a 30-year Old Banyan Tree in Chandni Chowk Against Illegal Construction

“How can you do this to a 300-year-old tree? It has existed even before the Britishers could even think of coming to India. It is a part of the heritage of this city. How can you damage it in th

15 Goats Detained and Fined Rs 3000 Each in Telangana for Grazing on Saplings

15 Goats Detained and Fined Rs 3000 Each in Telangana for Grazing on Saplings

Yes, you heard that right. In a bizarre incident, Telangana Municipal Committee took 15 goats into custody after the MC employees caught them grazing on the saplings planted under the “Haritha H

Karnataka HC directed Union government to give wide publicity to EIA 2020 to invite maximum objections till August 11

Karnataka HC directed Union government to give wide publicity to EIA 2020 to invite maximum objections till August 11

On Wednesday, Karnataka High Court has asked the centre government to start giving wide publicity to the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) notification issued on March 23. The top court sought the a

Circular allowing A4 size papers with double-sided printing – Supreme Court

Circular allowing A4 size papers with double-sided printing – Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has issued a circular dated 5 March, intimating that judicial side filings should be made in A4 size paper, of the prescribed quality, with printing on both sides, from April 1 onwar

Instructions to Registry to use double-sided printing of documents – Gujarat High Court

Instructions to Registry to use double-sided printing of documents – Gujarat High Court

On 20 February, the Gujarat High Court issued instructions to its administrative wing, to ensure double-sided printing for documents, so as to achieve the substantial save of paper and to contribute t

Notice to the Center for implementation of Electric Vehicles – SC

Notice to the Center for implementation of Electric Vehicles – SC

The Supreme Court on 17 January, issued a notice to the Centre and sought its reply on a Public Interest Litigation focusing on the failure of government policies to provide the adoption of Electric V

Re-grassing after mining to be made mandatory condition – Supreme Court

Re-grassing after mining to be made mandatory condition – Supreme Court

On 8 January, the Supreme Court directed the Union Government to induce a mandatory clause for mining leaseholders, to re-grass the area after completion of the mining operations, to provide a second



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