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‘A’ habit of changing names at DU the HC dislikes

The court has asked DU to consider the issue and take a decision within three months on the policy of allowing a name change.


Rampal unruffled as he appears in jam-packed court

About 1,000 security personnel deployed for the security of the high court complex.

‘He won’t appear in court till health improves’

Sources said that the Satlok Ashram is likely to move an application in the SC challenging the HC’s orders seeking Rampal’s appearance.

Godman with ‘liberal’ views, and on wrong side of the law

The Barwala Ashram spreads across 12 acres, with an in-house hospital, veterinary hospital and a huge kitchen.

Rap for Haryana, fresh warrant against Rampal

HC rejects medical report saying self-styled godman is ill; armed followers stand guard at ashram.


HC: Is conviction of an Indian by foreign court binding on us?

Jethmalani said the HC division bench judgment is binding on the single judge and applies to the facts of this case.

Foster mother of surrogate child moves court for maternity leave

Married for the past 20 years, she was unable to become a mother.

330 schools asked to pay staff with interest, return excess fees

Govt Order comes after High court-appointed committee finds schools hiked fee ‘unjustly’.

Before the despair, some hope

The judge had rejected Jayalalithaa’s bail plea.


After Jaya setback, violence in TN, protesters target Karnataka vehicles

Bus services in Hosur, near the Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border, were suspended by evening.

69.27 lakh voters listed in Pune

There will be around 7,500 polling booths across the district.

Nomination of BJP’s Saoner candidate cancelled

Musale has moved the High Court against the ruling.


Subhash Ghai gets SC breather on Whistling Woods

The SC had in 2012 directed Ghai to return the land allotted to his film academy in 2000 by the then chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh.

HC asks Mizoram to appeal against 45 acquittals

The HC’s order comes almost a year after the court registered a writ petition based on a depositors’ union’s letter to the Chief Justice.

Octogenarian moves HC against ‘violent’ minor grandson

The woman argued that after the matrimonial dispute between her son and his wife escalated, it resulted in a divorce on August 1, 2006.