A widow has a right to enjoy the property purchased by her husband in her name in the manner she wants and her daughter and son-in-law cannot lay claim over it, a Delhi Court has held. The observation was made while deciding the case in favour of a 65-year-old woman who had moved the court against her daughter and son-in-law’s refusal to vacate a portion of the house and challenging the right of the elderly over the property in north west Delhi’s Shastri Nagar. Lajwanti Devi wanted the portion of the property given to her daughter and son-in-law in 1985 for their personal use but they refused to vacate.
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पहली लिस्ट में 109, अब तक 208 प्रतियाशी घोषित
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ABVP team meets LG on Ramjas issue
The ABVP delegation, in its representation to LG Anil Baijal, raised questions over police inaction against JNU students charged with sedition.
A delegation of five Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) members met the lieutenant governor on Friday and demanded police action against those who raised ‘anti-India’ slogans in Ramjas College and indulged in violence.
They also asked for strict action against those who issued death and rape threats to Gurmehar Kaur, the LSR student in news for her social media posts, and a chargesheet against the accused in JNU sedition case.
The ABVP delegation, in its representation to LG Anil Baijal, raised questions over police inaction against JNU students charged with sedition. "The charges were serious and the entire country condemned the anti-national sloganeering," the representation stated.
The ABVP members claimed that despite getting conditional bail the "accused are spreading intellectual vehemence in academic spaces." The representation also raised the February 21 Ramjas incident "which spoiled the academic harmony". The letter stated there was a scuffle between some students but questioned the police for not filing any FIR yet.
Horn Ok Please is a first of its kind food truck festival where over 20 food trucks from Delhi and NCR are participating.
When it comes to food trucks, the first thing that strikes most Dilliwallahs is the iconic yellow-coloured ‘Chinese van’ (as we fondly call them) in our localities, serving lip-smacking Chinjabi food. But of late even the traditional food trucks have seen a makeover, where they now serve a variety of on-the-go food items.
The Delhi government has introduced nursery and entry-level classes in 150 government schools, for the academic year beginning April. Under the Directorate of Education, 150 Sarvodaya Vidyalayas have been added to the list of schools admitting students to nursery, kindergarten and class one. Applications for admission can be submitted on the government’s website (edidel.nic.in). Students will be given admission after a draw of lots, based on the number of seats available in the particular school. Students who are not picked can contact local body schools for admission.
अब दिल्ली विश्वविधालय में चल रहे वामपंथी विरोध की आग अब दिल्ली के न्यायलयों में भी पहुंच गई ।
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Anil Baijal, the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi has given his approval to the Minimum Wages Bill on Friday. This decision of the LG comes after the approval of 37-per cent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital by the Arvind Kerjriwal government. The unskilled labourers that earlier used to get Rs 9,724 for their work will now get Rs 13,350, where as the semi-skilled labourers will now be paid Rs 14,698 instead of Rs 10,764 and the skilled labourers will get Rs 16,182 instead of Rs Rs 11,830.
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Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal has given approval to Minimum Wages Bill on Friday, as reported by news agency ANI. This development comes close on the heels of Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government’s decision to approve around 37-per cent hike in the minimum wages for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled persons in the national capital. After the Delhi government’s approval, the minimum wages for unskilled labour will increase from Rs 9,724 to Rs 13,350. Wages for semi-skilled labour will be up from Rs 10,764 to Rs 14,698 while those for skilled labour will rise from Rs 11,830 to Rs 16,182.
A Delhi court has sentenced four persons, including a woman, to life imprisonment for murdering a 70-year-old retired Income Tax officer while committing dacoity in her house. The court said huge amount of gold and diamond jewellery of the victim was recovered from the possession of the four convicts who had entered the house on the pretext of taking away an old sofa sold by the woman to her maid, a co-convict.