JNU Row: Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya approached HC which refuses to stay their rustication; asked University for response

JNU Row: Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya approached HC which refuses to stay their rustication; asked University for response

New Delhi: Yesterday, on 10th day of May, Tuesday, the honourable Delhi High Court issued a notice to the Jawaharlal Nehru University in connection with the petitions filed by the University’s students like Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, however, the court decided not to grant stay on the order which was passed by the University authorities. The said two students were punished along with the other students who were allegedly involved in the event which was held in the memory of Parliament attack convict- Afzal Guru on the Jawaharlal Nehru…

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High Court says it cannot interfere ICC’s verdict on Ferozshah Kotla ground’s issue

High Court says it cannot interfere ICC’s verdict on Ferozshah Kotla ground’s issue

New Delhi: The stand of International Cricket Council- ICC on the issue of lack of completion certificate in connection with the Ferozshah Kotla ground’s old house club, which could required the shifting of the semi- final match of World Twenty-20 from national capital, the Delhi High Court, Tuesday, told the Delhi and District Cricket Association- DDCA that it “cannot control” on such verdict. This situation is appearing a greater setback for DDCA, as the court has declined to order on its plea where the permission for the use of R….

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Delhi High Court has extended Interim Relief staying Drug ban for further period

Delhi High Court has extended Interim Relief staying Drug ban for further period

New Delhi: The honorable Delhi High Court has decided to extent the effect of interim relief in favour of pharmaceutical companies and as such it has restrained the Government from enforcing the ban on hundreds of drugs for another week till the court would hear the petitions made by the drugmakers, where they have challenged the order. The court has stayed as such the effect of the Notification which was issued by the Central Government for banning the drugs manufactured by Abbott India and macleods Pharma. It was seen that…

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Delhi High Court grants Interim Stay on banning Sale of Corex Syrup

Delhi High Court grants Interim Stay on banning Sale of Corex Syrup

New Delhi: Today, on 14th March, the High Court of Delhi has granted an interim stay against notification which was restraining sale of Pharma Major Pfizer’s cough syrup ‘Corex’. Further, the Court has also directed the Government to abstain from initiating any coercive steps against the Company. The decision was taken by the Delhi High Court’s concerned bench comprising of Justice- Rajiv Sahai Endlaw who granted such interim relief in favour of the company. Also, the bench found stating that the company has been selling the concerned Cough Syrup for…

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