The Delhi high court also remarked that the lack of “stern action” from the police has aggravated cases of racist slurs and attacks.
A large number of vegetables and fruits sold across the Capital contain dangerous pesticides that can cause serious neurological problems, kidney damage, skin diseases and cancer, a report submitted before the Delhi High Court said.
The path has been cleared for the nursery admission process to begin in Delhi — much to the relief of hassled parents. Turning down the plea of unaided private schools, the Delhi high court on Monday gave its nod to new nursery admission guidelines.
Nursery admissions in Delhi will not begin on January 15 as some private schools on Monday moved the Delhi high court against the new guidelines, terming them illegal and arbitrary.