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Ban junk food in schools, amicus curiae tells Delhi High Court

Issue Date: Feb 20, 2015
The amicus curiae (friend of court) in the junk food case currently being heard by the Delhi High Court has made some recommendations to improve the draft guidelines of an expert committee on regulation of sale of junk food in schools.

Delhi High Court bans e-rickshaws in city

Issue Date: Jul 31, 2014
Even as Central government is planning to allow local municipalities to frame regulations for e-rickshaws, the Delhi High Court on Thursday directed the government to stop plying of e-rickshaws in the city till the delhi transport department comes up with a law to regulate these vehicles.

Gay sex illegal; Section 377 a valid provision, says Supreme Court

Issue Date: Dec 11, 2013
The Supreme Court on Wednesday declared gay sex illegal and said that Section 377 of Indian Penal Code (IPC), which terms same-sex relationship as an offence, is a valid constitutional provision.

Will Delhi High Court help 7-year-old avail expensive therapy for rare genetic disease?

Issue Date: Nov 23, 2013
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Court rejects industry plea meant to stall guidelines on junk food sale in schools

Issue Date: Oct 31, 2013
The Delhi High Court which is hearing a petition to ban junk food in city schools has declined to modify its order on formulation of guidelines on junk food for school children under the Food Safety and Standards (FSS) Act of 2006.

Hauz Khas village restaurants under scanner for spewing untreated sewage

Issue Date: Oct 19, 2013
A number of high-end restaurants and eateries in Delhi’s Hauz Khas village, nestled amid posh colonies of south Delhi, are under the scanner of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) and South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) for discharging untreated waste into sewers.

Food industry challenges validity of panel for junk food sale in schools

Issue Date: Oct 5, 2013
The All India Food Processors’ Association ( AIFPA ) has filed a review petition in the Delhi High Court, claiming that the committee set up by the Central government to look into junk food sale in schools is not legal. The first hearing of the petition was held on Friday. Date for next hearing is October 25, when a decision on the validity of the committee is expected.
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