Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed the government to "unblock" foreign contributions to the tune of Rs 1.87 crore received by controversial NGO 'Greenpeace' from its Amsterdam headquarters, saying the ministry showed "no material to restrict access" to the foreign fund.
Hailing the Delhi High Court's decision to unblock its foreign funds that were frozen last year by the Union Home Ministry, Greenpeace India on Tuesday said the order was a "vindication" of their work and "the role that credible NGOs play" in supporting the country's development.
Government on Wednesday told Delhi High Court that it has sought views of the Law Commission on setting aside of a Criminal Procedure Code provision that mandates furnishing of a bond by a person for release from prison even after his acquittal in a criminal case.
The Delhi High Court has directed CBI to give relevant documents to a senior IRS officer, who is facing trial for allegedly diluting I-T appraisal reports of arms dealer Suresh Nanda's companies, saying the "same would seriously prejudice the rights of the accused".
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said it will pass order on Wednesday on the pleas challenging a single-judge bench's decision to quash the Lt Governor's guidelines of last year on nursery admissions in the capital's unaided private schools.
The Delhi High Court has sought responses from the Centre and the CBI on a man's plea claiming lack of progress in the agency's probe into the death of his marine engineer son, who allegedly jumped into the high seas near Mombasa Port in Kenya in 2005.
The Delhi High Court has upheld a lower court verdict awarding 10 years jail term to a man for raping his two minor daughters saying that "absolutely no motive" can be attributed to the victims that they implicated their father.
The Delhi High Court on Monday the asked Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and the DDA to ascertain the veracity of allegations regarding illegal constructions inside a historic mosque here and pass a "speaking" order on the plea.
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed the city government and police to inform it whether the measures claimed to be implemented by them to curb crimes against women are producing any results.
The Delhi High Court Monday held Pakistani courts and high commission were the competent authority to decide the custody issue of a four-year-old Pakistani girl, who had lost her parents in an accident in Kashmir in June, as the case involves their nationals.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to the Centre and city government on a plea seeking to modify the rules in the National Food Safety Act requiring an applicant to furnish details of Aadhar card or enrolment ID for food security card.