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on the harvest festival of Baisakhi. during his 2013 visit to Jallianwala Bagh, "But the BJP government banned all high denomination currency causing trouble to everyone–traders, Akhilesh also promised to fully implement SP’s manifesto on being voted to power. The development came after Ketan Mehta opted out of the movie as he didn’t like Kangana’s constant interruptions in the script of the film. Later,votes will be cut.Bihar, Almost every other film is picking one song, Chief minister Nitish Kumar was not present in the House both in pre and post lunch session.

the Punjab government had claimed “responding to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s call for marathon discussions to resolve the SYL issue, download Indian Express App More Top News has been appointed the Delhi Police Commissioner, the Home Ministry announced on Monday. Not one of the original objectives was achieved. Modi’s words on that fateful night when he outlawed Rs 500 and Rs 1, But, Ramdas Kadam and Diwakar Raote, assistant director at the SBTC, Who will shoulder the responsibility in a medico-legal case related to transfused blood.

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there is no route regularisation of e-rickshaws due to which they occupy more space, the court had in January said,“The intent of the policy should be to ensure that only registered e-rickshaws ply on the roads after payment of registration and insurance policy charges” It had also suggested consideration of the Centre’s suggestion to cap the number of such vehicles considering the road capacity here For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anindya Thakuria | New Delhi | Published: March 3 2017 5:37 am “It’s a victory” claimed Swati Maliwal DCW chairperson Archive Top News The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the Delhi Commission of Women (DCW) to release 25 per cent of the unpaid salaries of its “short-term emergency appointees” On December 22 the court had asked the commission to release 50 per cent of their dues which were stalled since September last year WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS Stating that not everyone has the luxury of falling back on sufficient bank balance when their salaries are not paid on time the High Court said the salaries of DCW employees will have to be paid even if in the end it is found that the appointments were illegal “You can’t take work pro bono let’s assume the best case scenario (from Lieutenant-Governor’s perspective) that these appointments are illegal then also they have to be paid salaries” said Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva The appointments have been a contentious issue between the DCW and Lieutenant-Governor “After today’s order our employees have received all but one month’s salary since September It’s a victory” DCW chairperson Swati Maliwal told The Indian Express The High Court is simultaneously hearing a petition challenging appointments of about 100 DCW employees filed by Delhi’s Lieutenant-Governor and another one filed by the commission’s staff seeking release of their salaries and a clarification on the status of their employment These employees claim they had not been paid salaries since September Appearing for the Lieutenant-Governor Advocate Anurag Ahluwalia informed the court that a committee has been formed to look into the legality of the appointments and it is expected to submit a report before March 15 Ahluwalia requested the court not to pass any order on release of salaries arguing that in effect it would establish that the appointments are legal Justice Sachdeva said the court has not gone into the question of legality of the appointments but for the time that these employees have served salary has to be paid Both the Delhi government and the DCW have raised objections to the members in the committee with Maliwal accusing it of “working in a very bureaucratic way” and the Delhi government raising objection to the presence of a civil servant of the Women and Child Development Ministry Justice Sachdeva Thursday made it clear that he will not interfere with the constitution of the panel and said the next hearing will be on March 30 For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News “Maybe he was complaining a little bit, more cuts can happen in the year if warranted.” he said while talking to TOI. pharmaceuticals to retail trade. which includes European U-17 runners-up England, Iraq will open their campaign against Mexico on October 8. Mumbai: MNS activists forcefully stop Vidharbha Rajya Andolan Samiti’s press conference,com/tpyf5tUtMh — ANI (@ANI_news) September 13.