Seven people were intercepted by an NIA team in Connaught Place in central Delhi as they were carrying 28 cartons filled with demonetised Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes in four vehicles, the NIA had said.
“Consider if the statue can be airlifted. Speak to the Lieutenant Governor… In the US, entire skyscrapers are shifted as a whole,” the bench said. The court also said that if civic bodies can “at even one place show that the law was being enforced, the mindset of the people of Delhi would change”.
Court dismissed the bail application of Mohammad Aslam Wani saying that the trial was yet to start in the case and the stage was not fit for the grant of relief.
The bench was hearing a petition filed by Zarmina Israr Khan, challenging the levying of 12 per cent GST on sanitary napkins.
Under the newly added sections 379A and 379B in the IPC, the offence of snatching entails a punishment ranging from five to 14 years with fine, as against the maximum of three years under section 379, the petition has said.
Justice Indermeet Kaur asked the EC to indicate its stand on Kejriwal’s petition which alleged that the poll panel’s January 29 order curtailed his right to free speech.
A report of Delhi High Court Registrar General Dinesh Kumar Sharma stresses the need to train and sensitise the police on proper implementation of standard norms on arresting accused in criminal cases
Earlier, a plea was filed for proper implementation of Section 43 of the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation), Act, 1995.
The Delhi High Court Monday issued a notice to the Centre seeking its response on a plea to ban the use of photographs of persons holding constitutional posts, including the President and the Prime Minister, in private advertisements. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar was hearing the plea, […]
The HC pronounced the order as it allowed the petition of a gardener and dismissed the plea of his employer, the Central Secretariat Club, on the issue of payment of minimum wages to him
The petitioner said the use of pictures of the President, the Prime Minister, Governors and Chief Ministers in classified ads misguided the public at large
While taking the infant for cremation, it was noticed that the baby was gasping for breath and was rushed back to the hospital. The hospital provided oxygen to the baby, but the infant did not survive for more than 36 hours.
As the submission was made orally by the counsel for the speaker, the court asked him to give a written request for withdrawing the three-page letter that was being heard as a petition.
The high court has said that if the CISF fails to do so then its Additional Director General of Police ( ADGP) concerned shall be present in court on the next date of hearing on November 14.
The letter talks about the role of two senior bureaucrats and how they have tried to “undermine” the legislature.