Condolence meet for Lekhi
Judges of the Delhi High Court payed tribute to senior advocate and constitutional expert PN Lekhi who died at the AIIMS on Sunday.
A full court reference (condolence meeting attended by all the judges) presided over by Acting Chief Justice Madan B Lokur was held on Tuesday.
The court functioned only till 12:30 PM as against the normal working hours till 4:30 PM as a mark of respect to Lekhi
Lekhi was one of the defence counsels in the Indira Gandhi assassination case.
Pune: To collect rent dues from parking contractors, the Pune Municipal Corporation will take the help of tax and legal departments. Lands and estate department handed over the tendering process of parking lots to the projects department in October 2019. According to PMC, the project department will seek assistance from its tax counterpart to attach personal properties of defaulters to clear dues. It could also ask the legal department to file suits against the defaulters.
PUNE Maharashtra home minister Dilip Walse-Patil on Saturday demanded action against former director of the Narcotics Control Bureau Mumbai zone, Sameer Wankhede, for falsely implicating Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan in the drugs-on-cruise case. A special investigation team of the anti-drugs agency on Friday filed a 6,000-page chargesheet that named 14 accused, while keeping out the names of AAryan Khanand a few others.
Major roads of Sangam city will be identified with specific varieties of trees. As part of an ambitious project, Prayagraj Development Authority has identified different roads and intersections of the city where specific species of trees would be planted to boost green cover. PDA has identified 23 such spans of roads across the city.
Mumbai: A 36-year-old Malabar Hill resident has been duped of ₹1.57 crore in fraudulent cryptocurrency investment. The accused used a fake website to trap the complainant, a resident of Nepean Sea Road, Malabar Hill in the investment scheme. Malabar Hill police have registered a case. In October 2021, the complainant, a resident of Nepean Sea Road, Malabar Hill befriended the accused over the internet. Since October 2021 the complainant invested 2.83 lakh Australian dollars (equivalent to ₹1.53 crore),” said a police officer.
Bhiwandi The flying squads of the state excise and Bhiwandi Crime Branch have confiscated a tempo carrying around 1,944 bottles of foreign liquor worth ₹8.74 lakh to Bhiwandi for sale, said the police. On being questioned with the accused, police found that they tried to save excise taxes and entered Bhiwandi from Daman city. Based on a tip-off, the flying squad of the excise department alerted the Bhiwandi crime branch.