IPL spot-fixing scandal: Charges to be framed on June 29
IPL spot-fixing scandal: Charges to be framed on June 29

A Delhi court on Saturday directed that charges in the Indian Premier League 2013 spot-fixing case will be framed on June 29 and that it will accept written submissions from the accused till June 6.

Sreesanth on focus as court to pronounce order on 2013 IPL match-fixing charges
Sreesanth on focus as court to pronounce order on 2013 IPL match-fixing charges

Three former Rajasthan Royals cricketers, including former India speedster Sreesanth, will be in focus on Saturday when a Delhi court is likely to pronounce its order on match-fixing charges related to the the 2013 Indian Premier League .

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Shashi Tharoor attacks media accusing it of being 'self-appointed liars and scum'

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday attacked the media accusing it of being "self-appointed liars and scum."

AAP MLA liquor case: Delhi court gives protection to man from arrest

 A Delhi court on Wednesday granted protection from arrest till May 30 to a man accused in a case in which around 8,500 bottles of illicit liquor were seized from a godown before the assembly elections here.

Former MCD official sentenced to three years jail in DA case

A 70-year old former MCD official has been sentenced to three years imprisonment in a disproportionate assets (DA) case for illegally amassing over Rs seven lakh between 1995 to 2000 by a Delhi court.

Hashimpura case verdict: UP govt to move Delhi High Court

The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to challenge the 1987 Hashimpura massacre case verdict in Delhi High Court, almost three months after a city court gave benefit of doubt and acquitted 16 former PAC personnel accused of killing 48 Muslims in Meerut.

DDA employee gets 30 months in jail in graft case

A 60-year-old DDA employee has been sent to two-and-a-half year in jail for demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 1,000 by a Delhi court, which took a lenient view towards him considering his family circumstances.

1984 riots: Court asks CBI to verify death of one accused

A Delhi court on Monday directed CBI to verify the fact about the death of one of the accused who, along with Congress leader Sajjan Kumar, was facing trial in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case.

Delhi Court acquits youth of charges of kidnapping, raping minor

 A youth has been acquitted of the charges of kidnapping and raping a minor after enticing her to marry him by a Delhi court, which said he was not on the wrong side of the law and the girl had voluntarily gone with him.

Prohibitory order violation: Delhi Court asks Arvind Kejriwal to appear on May 15

 A court here on Monday asked Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and four other AAP leaders to positively appear before it on May 15 in a case of violating prohibitory orders during their protest in January last year.

Forged letter case: Court to hear arguments on charges against Jagdish Tytler on May 28

A Delhi court has fixed May 28 for commencement of arguments on framing of charges in a case in which CBI had named Congress leader Jagdish Tytler and businessman Abhishek Verma in a charge sheet for allegedly sending a forged letter to the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2009.

Man acquitted in rape case after complainant turns hostile

A man accused of raping a woman has been acquitted by a Delhi court as the alleged victim turned hostile and admitted having physical relations with him voluntarily.

Defamation: Court upholds summons order against MHA staffer's wife

A Delhi court on Tuesday refused to set aside a summoning order against a woman for allegedly defaming her husband, a Home Ministry employee, saying there is sufficient ground for proceeding against her.

AIIMS 'gay' doctor sent to judicial custody till May 16

A Delhi court has extended till May 16 judicial custody of the dermatologist husband of a 31- year-old doctor of AIIMS who allegedly committed suicide due to mental torture caused by his sexual orientation.

Man acquitted of charge of raping 12-year-old cousin in Delhi

A man has been acquitted of the charges of raping his 12-year-old cousin by a Delhi court after the girl admitted that she had lodged a false complaint.

Corporate espionage: Court to consider charge sheet on May 7

A Delhi court here Friday fixed May 7 for considering the chargesheet filed against three arrested accused, including two government officials, in the corporate espionage case for allegedly possessing "sensitive" documents relating to various ministries.

Petro Gate: Delhi court to hear bail pleas of six accused on May 5

A Delhi court on Wednesday fixed May 5 for hearing arguments on bail pleas of six accused, including four corporate executives and a journalist, arrested for their alleged roles in the Petroleum Ministry documents leak case.

Wife won't allow husband to rape someone in her presence: Delhi Court

No woman would allow her husband to establish physical relations with another in her presence, a Delhi court has said while acquitting a man of the charge of raping his widowed sister-in-law in front of his wife.

Jessica Lall murder case: Court to hear perjury complaint on August 28

A Delhi court on Tuesday fixed August 28 for hearing a perjury case against Bollywood actor Shayan Munshi in the Jessica Lall murder case.