Delhi High Court

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No stay on Prelims, but HC takes up issue of seats for visually impaired

Visually challenged candidates to get 20 minutes extra per hour in Prelims, Mains

ACB has no jurisdiction to investigate gas pricing case: Delhi govt to HC

The court has, however, granted two weeks time to the Delhi government to file its affidavit.


Hanging in balance: No executive interference required

There is no reason to abolish the collegium system at the high court level, writes Rajindar Sachar


HC stays transfer of HIV positive BSF constable, directs he be treated

The bench of Justices Kailash Gambhir and Najmi Waziriob observed there was a stigma attached to AIDS.

4-yr-old niece ‘missing’, Pakistan lawyer approaches Delhi HC for help

The plea claims that the family does not have any information about the child’s whereabouts.

Delhi HC junks two pleas challenging Sharma as CAG

Says his appointment as per ‘convention’ established over decades.

From next week, relief for rape victims in 24 hrs

The government will create the victims compensation fund within three months, which will be used to disburse compensation.

City may face civil war over water: HC

The court also asked which agency was responsible for ensuring that the Yamuna is not polluted by discharges from the city.


High court dismisses pleas challenging CAG appointment

The high court said that there was no arbitrariness in the appointment.


HC raps police for failing to take steps to safeguard NE people

Court told that Special Police Unit, which looks into problems of Northeasterners, not authorised to register cases.


Govt plans temporary licences, but HC firm on e-rickshaw ban

The court said, ‘We cannot permit something that is not provided under the law. So make the law.’

Ban on street vendors: Civic bodies submit report to HC

On Friday, civic bodies submitted the modified regulations to be imposed on street vendors.

E-rickshaws will be brought under MV Act, says Centre

HC ban remains: Informs court that body set up to frame rules


HC refuses interim permission for plying of e-rickshaws

Court said that battery-run e-rickshaws will have to comply with the law and they cannot be allowed to ply without registration, insurance.


Steps will be taken to restart e-rickshaw operations: Nitin Gadkari

The high court on July 31 had ordered a ban on plying of e-rickshaws in the national capital.


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