DNA reports of Uber cab driver, rape victim matched, forensic expert tells court

A forensic expert on Tuesday told a Delhi court that samples, lifted from Uber cab in which the driver had allegedly raped a woman last month, had matched with the DNA profiling of the accused and the victim.

Court rejects CBI's closure report in DA case

A court here has rejected a CBI closure report pertaining to a disproportionate assets case against a Superintendent Engineer of Delhi Jal Board (DJB), saying it was filed on the basis of "unfounded fear" and "fanciful apprehension".

NRI woman rape case: Delhi court grants anticipatory bail to youth

A 20-year old youth, accused of raping an NRI woman settled in UK on the pretext of marrying her, has been granted anticipatory bail by a court, which said physical relations between them "does not appear to be prima facie non-consensual".

Uber cab rape case: Delhi court records statements of three witnesses

A Delhi court on Tuesday recorded the testimonies of three prosecution witnesses, including two police officials, in the Uber cab rape case of December last year.

Scratches on Uber rape victim's neck suggest strangulation: Doctor

A doctor, who had examined the victim in the Uber cab rape case after the incident, on Monday told a Delhi court that scratch marks were found on her neck showing an attempt was made to strangulate her.

I shall return: Sreesanth
I shall return: Sreesanth

Former India fast bowler S. Sreesanth, who is currently facing trial for spot fixing in a Delhi court, is certain that he will return to full-fledged cricket.

Stabbing for scrap lands rag-picker to 5 yrs in jail

A rag-picker has been sentenced to a five-year jail term for stabbing his fellow during a fight over a share of scrap, by a Delhi court which refused to take a lenient view towards him due to the gravity of the offence.

1984 anti-Sikh riots: No legally admissible evidence to frame charge, says Tytler to court

Congress leader Jagdish Tytler on Thursday told a Delhi court that there was no legally admissible evidence to frame charge against him in a defamation complaint filed by a senior advocate representing the victims in 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases.

1984 riots: Delhi Court reserves order on pleas for transfer of case

A Delhi court on Wednesday reserved its order on pleas of three accused who, along with Congress leader Sajjan Kumar are facing trial in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, seeking transfer of case on the ground of jurisdiction.

Danish woman's gang-rape: Statement of eyewitness concluded

A Delhi court on Tuesday concluded recording of statement of a gardener, an eyewitness in the January last year gang-rape case of 51-year-old Danish tourist in which six men are facing trial.

Narmada Bachao Andolan: Court slaps Rs 3, 000 cost on Patkar, gives last chance to appear

A Delhi court on Tuesday imposed a cost of Rs 3,000 on Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA) activist Medha Patkar for non-appearance before it in cross-defamation cases filed by her and the head of an Ahmedabad-based NGO against each other.

Man jailed for trying to sexually assault daughter's playmate in Delhi

A man has been sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment for trying to sexually assault a six-year-old girl who had come to his house to play with his daughter.

Voluntary castration not an offence: Delhi court

 Voluntary castration is not an offence, a Delhi court has said while acquitting two persons of the charges of forcibly castrating a man as the victim had himself opted for emasculation for securing 'badhai' rights which are available only with transgenders.

Two brothers get life for stabbing man to death 10 years ago in Delhi

A Delhi court has sentenced two brothers to life imprisonment for stabbing a man to death "in a brutal and inhuman manner" 10 years ago.

No law for father-in-law to maintain daughter-in-law: Delhi Court

A Delhi court has dismissed the plea of a widow seeking interim maintenance from her father-in -law in a domestic violence case, saying no law provides that he has to maintain his daughter-in-law and grand children irrespective of the fact whether he earns or not.

Negligent driving: Delhi man acquitted as eyewitness fails to appear

A Delhi court has acquitted a van driver of the charges of negligent driving leading to the death of a person, saying the police failed to produce the only eyewitness of the incident.

Delhi court pulls up CBI for not placing documents in LTC scam

A Delhi court has pulled up CBI for not placing before it documents related to the LTC scam in which names of some former MPs had cropped up saying "callous attitude" of its officers needs to be brought into the notice of the agency's director.

Couple staying separately doesn't mean dowry demand improbable: Delhi court

New Delhi: A Delhi court has refused to grant any relief to a woman against framing of dowry harassment charges saying that only because her son and daughter-in-law were residing separately, it cannot be concluded that dowry demands was impossible or improbable.

Uber cab rape case: Court takes cognisance of chargesheet

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday took cognizance of the charge sheet filed against a driver of US-based cab service provider, Uber, for allegedly raping a 27-year-old woman executive in December last year.

Motorcyclist death: Delhi court acquits truck driver

 A Delhi court has acquitted a truck driver of the charges of causing death of a motorcyclist by driving rashly, saying just because a person was hit by a vehicle and was killed does not mean that the incident occurred due to rash or negligent driving.