The Supreme Court orally observed that no coercive action be taken against Sonu Sood until the BMC decides on his application for regularisation
Bombay High Court has granted three weeks' time to Sonu Sood to file an appeal and stayed the order for coercive action by the BMC against the actor.
Kerala CPM MLA calls woman IAS officer ‘without brains’; revenue minister lends his support to official
CPI(M) MLA S Rajendran courted controversy after he publicly slandered a young woman IAS officer in Munnar, saying she lacked brains
Delhi ravaged by own citizens, officials, says SC over issue of illegal constructions, misuse of residential premises
Supreme Court on Friday lamented that after being pillaged by invaders for centuries, Delhi was now being ravaged by its own citizens and officials
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday alleged that BJP-led MCDs were allowing unauthorised construction in the city – if bribes were paid.
The rule of law over sanction to construct buildings has "completely broken down" in Delhi, the Supreme Court said on Thursday, expressing concern over rampant illegal constructions in the national capital
The Haryana government has decided to conduct aerial surveys using drones to keep a check on encroachments and illegal constructions on government properties in the state.
The BMC has filed a police case against kapil Sharma for illegal additions to his Goregaon flat. In addition, an MNS leader has also filed a police complaint against the comedian for failing to disclose the names of the civic officials who allegedly demanded a bribe from him.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked real estate company Supertech to refund the money to flat owners of Apex and Ceyane apartment complexes in Noida which were directed to be demolished by Allahabad High Court.<br />
At Campa Cola compound, some have moved out but continue to visit everyday, determined to make their presence felt in the building and in spite of the threat of a contempt petition.
Vilas Baravkar reportedly left a suicide note naming a senior politician, IPS officer and 50 others.
The court was told that the information about the payment of the penalty to the municipal corporation became available in response to an RTI query. The court was told this information was not available with the court in its earlier hearings.
Documents in possession of the residents show that BMC had passed orders to regularise the work carried out. However, the penalty to be charged was not finalised.
The Delhi High Court has sought status report from DDA and other agencies of city government on a PIL alleging "rampant" illegal construction on public land in and around the capital
In yet another case of illegal construction, Mumbai-based realtor K Mordani Realty has misused provisions under the Development Control regulation to construct eight additional floors in a plush building on Khar 16 Road, which may now result in the building's residents losing a little less than 50 percent (40 percent) of their apartment areas
If you are planning to buy a house, make sure your building is legitimate by obtaining the 'legality certificates' or your fate my end up as the unfortunate residents of Campa Cola building in Worli.<br /><br />
Gundecha appealed to both the residents and the BMC to explore all options, including a review petition in the Supreme Court and giving some more time for the residents to find a way out of the crisis. <br /><br /> <br /><br />
An unprecedented Supreme Court order which permits the BMC to demolish all structures above the fifth floor of seven buildings in Worli's Campa Cola Compound will render 200 families homeless.
Maharashtra Home Minister RR Patil said that the government wanted to send out a storng message by suspending the policeman and added that no one will be spared for protecting illegal construction.