New Delhi: In an order that would have a significant impact politically, the Delhi High Court on Monday dismissed a plea seeking direction to suspend all construction activity of the Central Vista Avenue Redevelopment Project in view of the second wave of the Covid19. The court also slapped a Rs 1 lakh fine on petitioners and asserted that it was a 'motivated plea'. The order was passed by the division bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh. The petition was filed by Anya Malhotra and Sohail Hashmi. BJP spokesman Sambit Patra quickly welcomed the court order. "Congress’ #ToolKitExposed yet again. They tried their best to scuttle the CentralVistaProject by spreading Falsehoods and Canards but got it back from the Court today," he tweeted. Patra also wrote: "The Petitioner has been fined as well. BJP National President Sh J P Nadda rightly said Sadhak Vs Badhak. Sadhak wins". In Hindi, Sadhav means a dedicated worker while Badhak is an eternal obstructionist. The High Court also ruled that the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) order in question nowhere prohibits construction work. The legality of the project has been upheld previously by the Supreme Court.
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Various Hindu ashrams and prominent monks in Kerala have formed the Kerala Dharmacharya Sabha (KDS), a forum to form an authoritative opinion on all issues confronting the community. The body has a 23-member executive committee comprising swamis and priests. A meeting held in Kochi was attended by representatives of leading ashrams and institutions. Swami Chidananda Puri of Advaithashramam in Kozhikode was elected the KDS chairman, while Mullappally Krishnan Namboodiri of Tantric Vidya Peedho ...