Security cover expenses incurred by Amit Shah cannot be disclosed under RTI, says Central Information Commission
Central Information Commission said that the security cover expenses of BJP president Amit Shah cannot be disclosed under the RTI clauses
Asian Games 2018: Delhi High Court asks sports ministry secretary to review selection process for Taekwondo
The Delhi High Court appointed the secretary of Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs as one-man panel for reviewing the selection of sports persons to represent India in Taekwondo in the upcoming 18th Asian Games in Jakarta
Delhi HC denies interim stay on Sharad Yadav's disqualification from Rajya Sabha; allows him to keep allowance, govt bungalow
The Delhi High Court on Thursday refused to pass an interim order on a plea for a stay on former JD(U) president Sharad Yadav's disqualification as a Rajya Sabha member
Delhi High Court today told Vodafone that it would be taking a risk if it did not file a reply to the IT department's show cause notice asking the company why its 2011-12 financial records not be subjected to a special audit.
The Centre was on Thursday asked by the Delhi High Court to file its response on the issue of separating maintenance of law and order and carrying out of investigation by the Delhi Police for ensuring better detection of cases.