St Stephen's revokes suspension of admin officer

New Delhi: St Stephen's College has revoked the suspension of an administrative officer after acting against him last week for alleged misconduct even as his plea challenging the order is pending before the Delhi High Court.

AIBA urged to take lenient view on Sarita Devi: Centre to HC
AIBA urged to take lenient view on Sarita Devi: Centre to HC

The Centre on Wednesday told the Delhi High Court that it has written to the International Boxing Association (AIBA) requesting it to revoke the provisional suspension of boxer Laisram Sarita Devi for refusing to accept the bronze medal at the Asian Games in South Korea.

2014 midnight raid: HC to hear Somnath Bharti's plea on Dec 22

The Delhi High Court will hear on December 22 Somnath Bharti's plea challenging the NHRC order holding him guilty of "racial prejudice and unlawful acts" against 12 African women during his controversial midnight raid early this year.

Delhi High Court notice to Saradhi on plea of former DU VC

The Delhi High Court Monday issued notice to Delhi University professor P Pardha Saradhi on a plea of former vice chancellor Deepak Pental, who was sent to the Tihar jail in a plagiarism case filed against him by Saradhi.

Expedite appointment of nodal officer for juvenile homes: Delhi HC to govt

The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the city government to expedite the process of appointing a nodal officer for coordination with the Public Works Department (PWD) on maintenance of infrastructure at juvenile observation homes.

HC scraps Delhi Police tender for fresh uniforms, cops take U-turn

The Delhi High Court on Monday asked city police to scrap its tender inviting bids from apparel- making firms to supply new uniforms in view of the upcoming visit of US President Barack Obama in January 2015.

National Herald case: Delhi HC extends stay on summoning Sonia, Rahul
National Herald case: Delhi HC extends stay on summoning Sonia, Rahul

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday extended its stay on the trial court order summoning Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and three others in the National Herald cheating case till the disposal of their appeal.

Redevelopment of Jama Masjid: Delhi HC seeks PWD response

The Delhi High Court has sought the PWD's response on a plea for time-bound implementation of the Jama Masjid redevelopment plan after the North MCD said the project is no longer with it.

Delhi HC dismisses plea for action against internet firms like Uber

The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed a plea seeking action against all internet companies, like Uber, which have failed to appoint a grievance officer in compliance of the court's earlier order.

Inter-country adoptions: Delhi HC expresses concern over lack of guidelines

 The Delhi High Court on Friday expressed its concern over lack of guidelines concerning inter-country adoptions where biological parents are directly giving their child for adoption.

Railway refuse to give land for shelter at night: Delhi HC told

 The Railway on Friday told the Delhi High Court that its land near stations here is not available to make night shelters for the homeless as the people who will stay there will not die of cold but will be killed when they cross the tracks carelessly.

Delhi HC to test MTS internet speed claims
Delhi HC to test MTS internet speed claims

The Delhi High Court Friday asked Sistema Shyam Teleservices Ltd (SSTL), which provides high speed internet under the name MTS, to bring their "equipment" on Monday to test their claim that they provide speeds upto 9.8 Mbps.

Delhi HC slams NDMC for alloting Parade Ground without permission

 The Delhi High Court on Thursday slammed North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) for flouting its order with regard to the allotment of the surface area parking at Parade Ground in Chandni Chowk.

HC reserves verdict on PIL for free books, uniform to EWS kids

The Delhi High Court on Thursday reserved its verdict on a PIL seeking grant of free books and uniform to children belong to the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) category admitted to private unaided schools.

JBT scam: Chautala seeks treatment at RML or Medanta Hospital

Former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala, serving a 10-year jail term in the teachers recruitment scam case, on Thursday moved the Delhi High Court seeking a direction to Tihar jail authorities to provide him treatment either at Ram Manohar Lohia hospital here or in Medanta hospital in Gurgaon.

Not feasible to make helmet mandatory for Sikh women: HC

PILs seeking revocation of the city government's notification to exempt sikh women from wearing helmet while driving or pillion riding two-wheelers were on Thursday rejected by the Delhi High Court which observed that it is not feasible to make headguard mandatory for them.

PIL in HC challenging boxer Sarita Devi's suspension by AIBA
PIL in HC challenging boxer Sarita Devi's suspension by AIBA

 A PIL on Wednesday came up for hearing in the Delhi High Court challenging the International Boxing Association's (AIBA) decision to suspend boxer Laishram Sarita Devi for refusing to accept the bronze medal at the Asian Games podium ceremony in South Korea.

HC agrees to hear plea for regulating radio cabs in Delhi

 The Delhi High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a PIL seeking measures to regulate radio cabs in the national capital, which were allegedly flouting existing norms and guidelines made by the government, days after a 27-year- old woman was raped by an Uber taxi driver.

HC refuses to vacate stay on opening of price bid for new uniforms for Delhi Police

The Delhi High Court today refused to vacate the stay on opening of the price bid of the tender for procuring fresh uniforms for Delhi Police which said they need around 1500 new uniforms in view of the upcoming visit of US President Barack Obama in January 2015.

Delhi HC seeks Centre, Delhi govt reply on Kashmiri migrants plea

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought responses of the Centre and the city government on a plea by Kashmiri migrants that a policy for their rehabilitation, including providing them means of livelihood, be framed.