The Delhi High Court on Monday asked the government to consider allotting a suitable bungalow to Congress MP Kumari Selja for which she is entitled, with the and former union minister saying she would vacate her present larger bungalow by September 16.
Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought the response of BJP leader Vijender Gupta for filing an unsigned affidavit in a petition seeking to declare the election of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in 2013 assembly polls as void, claiming he had exceeded the poll expense limit of Rs 14 lakh.
The Delhi High Court on Monday pulled up AIIMS forensic department head Sudhir Kumar Gupta for not serving the copy of his reply to the institute and other parties, observing that he was trying to "delay" the proceedings on a plea seeking his replacement.
The Delhi High Court on Monday sought the response of Bar Council of India (BCI) and Bar Council of Delhi (BCD) on ex-law minister Jitender Singh Tomar's plea to close a case of fake degree against him on the ground that he was already facing prosecution in a criminal case on the same issue.
Delhi High Court on Thursday advised Union Human Resource Development minister Smriti Irani and Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam to reach a compromise with regard to the defamation cases they have filed against each other and referred the matter for mediation.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Delhi government to file a response indicating the steps it was taking to implement the Supreme Court's order that taxpayers' money cannot be spent to build the image of political leaders.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the AAP government's response on a plea seeking direction to restrain Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal from "creating panic" in the minds of people through official advertisements related to the brutal stabbing of a 19-year-old girl.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought response from the government, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) and AIIMS on a plea seeking quashing of the "illegal" appointment of the medical institute's Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO).
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the central government about the steps taken on the Supreme Court guidelines on government advertisements. The court was hearing a plea seeking restraint on advertisements allegedly glorifying Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his AAP.
Delhi High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a PIL seeking 'martyr' status for paramilitary and police personnel who sacrifice their lives in the line of duty, on par with army, navy and air force, terming it as "a matter of concern".
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the AAP government's response on a PIL seeking direction to enforce eviction orders, already passed and awaiting enforcement for last several years, regarding 990 Waqf properties in the national capital.