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SC tells Delhi traders to toe the line for relief

November 15, 2006 12:15 IST

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The Supreme Court says it will consider the government's plea to provide relief to nearly 25,000 traders only if they abide by their undertakings to stop misuse of residential premises for commercial activities.

In its application, the Urban Development Ministry had asked the apex court to spare about 25,000 traders who have given affidavits to stop the misuse of residential premises for commercial activities and covered by the September 7 and 15 notifications, which allows trading activities in over 2,000 roads from the drive.

 



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Sub: Relief / What a Hell???

I wish to share my concern. It's not only the traders are affected, the whole chain is getting affect. Corporate, who have settled offices in ...


Posted by Shilpa Mehta





Sub: Supremecourt's guidance in urban plannning...

Panchkula Nov.15th,Wednesday,2006. this catch 22 imbroglio reflects the state of misgovernance and poor law-enforcing capabilities of our multi-level Authorities that separately and concurrrently look after ...


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Sub: could i build our new house?.

respected sir, i purchesed a land in nazafgarh area. i also registered it at kapashera court. give full revenue to govt. could i build my ...


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Dear Respected most H'nble Jc's, I am unable to understand our Hard earnings put to business is lost due to your wrong intervensions by not ...


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