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Restricted functioning of Delhi High Court to continue till November 30
The Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court decided to extend the restricted functioning on the same terms as earlier orders, the office of Registrar General Manoj Jain said. The office order also said that the cases instituted in the years 2018, 2019 and 2020 shall also be taken up, as per roster, from November 17.
27 NSFs to be granted recognition: Ministry in its affidavit to Delhi High Court
According to the affidavit, 13 NSFs, including athletics, bo...
HC refuses blanket order on plea by Unitech MD to allow physical presence for mediation
Justice Vibhu Bakhru said the court was of the view t...
Delhi High Court restrains Arnab Goswami's Republic TV from using 'News Hour' title
The court found no merit in Republic TV's argument that the words 'News Hour' are generic, widely used and as such Times Group cannot claim a proprietary right.
Delhi HC asks government if it will challenge tribunal award in Vodafone tax case
A division bench sought the clarification while hearing the government’s appeal against a single-judge bench’s order on the jurisdiction of another arbitration tribunal.
COVID-19: HC dismisses plea for JEE (Advanced) re-exam for left out candidates
The high court dismissed a petition by an IIT aspirant, who had obtained a rank in the top 96,187 general category candidates in the JEE (Mains) examination held in September this year but could not sit for the JEE (Advanced) examination on September 27 as he tested COVID-19 positive on September 22.
MCA challenges Anil Ambani’s stance on personal insolvency law
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has told the Delhi high court that the personal insolvency law is not unconstitutional and the government had always intended to bring personal guarantors within the ambit of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, people
Coal scam: HC suspends 3-year jail term of ex-minister Dilip Ray, seeks CBI reply on appeal
The trial court had on Monday sentenced Ray, the 68-year old former minister of state (coal) in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, to three-year in jail and also imposed a fine of Rs 10 lakh on him.
Tanishq ad: Plea in HC to regulate news channels from broadcasting content on communal disharmony
The plea said it can be clearly inferred from the Tata jewellery brand advertisement that its purpose was to showcase the spirit of unity and brotherhood amongst two religious groups.
Doctors of three Centre-run hospitals in Delhi protest in solidarity over payment issues
Senior doctors at the North Delhi Municipal Corporation-run hospitals went on an indefinite strike on Tuesday, a day after they had gone on casual leave en masse over their pending salaries.
Plea in Supreme Court seeks transfer of petitions challenging minority status of five communities
The petition, filed through advocate Ashwani Kumar Dubey, said in order to avoid multiplicity of litigations and conflicting views, the plea has been moved before the apex court.
Fortis and Religare 'vehemently' oppose sale of trademarks in Delhi High Court
The court has been hearing a petition filed by Japanese drug firm Daiichi Sankyo seeking to attach and sell trademarks of Fortis and Religare and recover the amount due to it as per the Singapore tribunal arbitral award passed in April 2016.
SC doing its part to deal with stubble burning, Centre & states have to do theirs: Delhi HC
The court made this observation while declining to entertain a plea seeking immediate steps to prevent stubble burning in Punjab and Haryana on the grounds that it would aggravate COVID-19 related problems.
Delhi HC pulls up Delhi govt for not sanctioning funds, making judicial officers run from pillar to post
The Delhi High Court Wednesday castigated the AAP government for making the subordinate judiciary "run from pillar to post" to get funds sanctioned for recruitment of supporting staff which has come to a grinding halt, and asked whether it wanted judicial officers to conduct proceedings from 'chaupals'.
HC stays Delhi govt decision to reserve 80% ICU beds for COVID-19 patients in 33 pvt hospitals
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday stayed the AAP government's order directing 33 big private hospitals to reserve 80 per cent of ICU beds for COVID-19 patients, holding that the decision appeared to be arbitrary and unreasonable.