Supreme Court Warns DDA In Contempt Case Over Tree-Felling In Delhi Ridge

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday indicated it may begin criminal contempt proceedings against the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) vice chairman in a matter concerning the rampant felling of trees in Delhi's ridge forest area. Vishal reports from ground zero.

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