Delhi Court refuses to quash summons against spiritual leader

A Delhi court has refused to quash summons against a Hindu Mahasabha leader for allegedly defaming a priest during a news channel's debate, saying it was prima facie clear that he had made the imputations with the intention to harm the complainant's reputation.

After exoneration, cricketer Sreesanth takes to nets
After exoneration, cricketer Sreesanth takes to nets

A day after he was exonerated by a court in Delhi in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) spot fixing case, former Indian pacer S. Sreesanth on Sunday started his first workout in the nets here.

No proof of cricketers-syndicate nexus in spot-fixing: Court
No proof of cricketers-syndicate nexus in spot-fixing: Court

A Delhi court, which discharged cricketers S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan in the sensational 2013 IPL-6 spot-fixing case, has held there was no prima facie evidence to suggest that they had any nexus with the organised crime syndicate.

Kerala cricket body to ask BCCI to lift ban on Sreesanth
Kerala cricket body to ask BCCI to lift ban on Sreesanth

Kerala Cricket Association on Sunday decided to write to the BCCI seeking lifting of the life ban imposed on pacer S Sreesanth who has been discharged by a Delhi court in the IPL-6 spot-fixing case.

Drunk drivers are "lethal weapon", says Delhi court

Drunk drivers are a "lethal weapon", a Delhi court has said while refusing to set aside three days imprisonment awarded to a youth for driving his vehicle in an inebriated state.

IPL-6 fixing: Accused stand on no evidence for MCOCA accepted
IPL-6 fixing: Accused stand on no evidence for MCOCA accepted

A Delhi court which discharged all the accused, including former cricketer S Sreesanth, in the IPL-6 spot fixing scandal accepted their defence that alleged Call Detail Records and recorded conversations did not prima facie show any match fixing for money transactions for invocations of stringent MCOCA.

Focus on Neeraj Kumar: Delhi CP then, BCCI ACU advisor now
Focus on Neeraj Kumar: Delhi CP then, BCCI ACU advisor now

A Delhi court's verdict dropping all charges against former India paceman S Sreesanth and two other cricketers in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal has brought back the spotlight on former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar.

Our prayers answered, say Sreesanth's parents
Our prayers answered, say Sreesanth's parents

Cricketer S Sreesanth's parents could not find enough words to express their elation as a Delhi court dropped all spot-fixing charges levelled against their son.

Chronology of IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting scandal
Chronology of IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting scandal

Following is the chronology of events in IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting scandal in which a Delhi court on Saturday discharged all the accused in the case:

IPL spot-fixing: Sourav Ganguly happy for three acquitted cricketers
IPL spot-fixing: Sourav Ganguly happy for three acquitted cricketers

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Saturday said he was happy for the three cricketers cleared by a Delhi court of spot fixing charges and insisted that the Board should not have a problem with the order.

Man freed in rape case as physical relations were consensual

A man working with MTNL has been acquitted of the charges of raping and having unnatural sex with a 38-year-old woman by a Delhi court which said they had an extra-marital affair and the physical relations between them were consensual.

Delhi court acquits youth of charges of sodomising 10-yr-old boy

 A youth accused of sodomising a 10-year-old boy has been acquitted by a Delhi court after the alleged victim failed to identify him.

Protection from trial no shield for corrupt govt officials: Delhi Court

Protection given to government servants against prosecution is in public interest and cannot be treated as a shield to save corrupt officials, a Delhi court has said.

Will work to ensure sensitivity to gender: RK Pachauri

Expressing "delight" over a court order allowing him to enter his office, TERI Director General RK Pachauri, accused of sexual harassment, on Friday said he will work towards ensuring a safe workplace for women.

Danish gang-rape case: Court records statements of 3 policemen

A Delhi court Thursday recorded the statements of three policemen in a case of alleged gangrape of a 52-year-old Danish woman by nine persons here last year.

Land grabbing case: Delhi court extends police custody of AAP MLA

A Delhi court on Saturday extended by two more days the police custody of AAP MLA Manoj Kumar who was arrested in connection with a case of alleged cheating and land-grabbing.

Danish gang-rape case: Court to record evidence on July 16

A Delhi court would next week record prosecution evidence in a case in which a 52-year-old Danish woman was allegedly gang-raped by nine persons here last year.

Delhi: Court orders shifting of temple, deities from housing society

A Delhi court has directed the shifting of a temple and deities from a housing society on a plea of a resident alleging that musical instruments and loudspeaker were causing him disturbance, saying the complainant had a right to lead an undisturbed peaceful life.

Mere refusal to participate in TIP doesn't prove offence: Delhi Court

Mere refusal to participate in a Test Identification Parade (TIP) is not sufficient to prove charges against an accused, a Delhi court has said while acquitting a bus driver of charges of causing death due to negligent driving.