The usual controversy over who will represent the police in a Delhi violence-related case irked the Delhi High Court which on Wednesday directed a central government counsel to show that he was appointed by the Lieutenant Governor (LG) to represent the probe agency in the matter. The high court which was hearing the Delhi Police’s plea challenging a trial court’s order
Delhi recorded 2,442 fresh Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, taking the tally in the city over the 89,000-mark, while the death toll from the disease mounted to 2,803, authorities said. On June 23, the national capital had reported the highest single-day spike of 3,947 cases. For latest updates and live news on coronavirus, click here
The companies claim the government amended the law prohibiting companies to avail tax credit if they had “forgotten” about it only after few companies started claiming it and even approached the courts. Many companies had claimed that when the new tax regime was introduced in July, 2017, they forgot to claim the transitional credit.
Delhi Riots 2020: “I could see (BJP councillor) Kanhaiya Lal exhorting inflammatory speeches...and he said things like, ‘send Muslims out of Bhagirathi Vihar Colony, kill Muslims, loot their houses”: Nisar Ahmed, Delhi riots complainant
India records 585493 cases of coronavirus COVID-19 infections which includes 220114 active cases, 347979 recovered/migrated cases and 17400 deaths as per the data by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday (July 1). While the recovery rate was at 59.43 per cent.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Delhi government to file its reply on three pleas challenging its decision to convert petitioners' banquet halls into temporary COVID-19 treatment hospitals.