A fight between a man and his daughter over property; four subsequent sales transactions involving a lawyer and a builder; all transactions eventually being declared illegal by court these facts could very well inspire a Bollywood movie.
A public Information Officer of the District and Sessions court has landed in trouble for dragging his feet when asked to disclose information on what could possibly blow the lid off corrupt practises in the internal posting of staff in the citys district courts.
Why shell out Rs 15,000 for a bicycle when a new one can be bought for Rs 2,000? This is what Pappu argued before a sessions court after a magistrate asked him to deposit Rs 15,000 for getting his bicycle impounded by the police during investigations into a theft case registered in West Delhi last year.
Rishi Pal was left speechless and shocked when on April 15,1999 a demolition squad of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi suddenly turned up at his premises near Tihar Jail and bulldozed his dairy shop,after declaring him an encroacher.
Former Delhi High Court judge R S Sodhi,always in the limelight for the sensational cases he tried,will represent Nithari accused Moninder Singh Pandher when the latter challenges a recent trial court verdict that has handed him a death sentence.
Service forfeited by three years after he was found napping while on security duty at Rashtrapati Bhavan,Constable Surender Singh has got a breather: the Central Administrative Tribunal has directed the Delhi Police Commissioner to reconsider the penalty.
February 28 is the date former union minister Jagdish Tytler will now be looking forward to. On this day,the CBI will submit its final investigation report of his alleged role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Officials of the Economic Offences Wing were in for a tough day in court on Tuesday when they produced Deepak Kumar and Dinesh,his co-accused in a fresh case and put in requests for their interrogation and remand.
The Delhi Consumer Commission has sounded an alert by ruling that violators taking a consumer courts order casually would invite penal consequences,including jail terms,if they failed to comply with the directives within the time allotted.