Delhi High Court on Monday asked Lt Governor-appointee Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief M K Meena to act in accordance with the law, while refusing to issue directions to restrain him from entering office as sought by the Delhi government.
Delhi High Court has said that LG Najeeb Jung will deliberate on the proposal given by the Delhi government. Delhi High Court has turned down plea challenging constitutional authorities of Delhi Lieutenant Governor.
Greenpeace India on Wednesday welcomed a High Court order allowing the organisation to use two of its accounts for receiving donations, terming the relief a "lifeline" as it decided to "restart" its pro-environment campaigns.
The Delhi High Court has directed DDA to come up with a framework within four months to curb the "nuisance associated with consumption of liquor" in and around convenient shopping centres in residential areas.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a plea against the rising number of road rage incidents in the capital, and for direction to the government to amend the Motor Vehicles Act and make "deterrent provisions" on road rage.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) "has done nothing" to clean up Lajpat Nagar Central market area which was found by one of the judges, hearing the matter, to be "completely littered."
Slamming the government and the Delhi Police on the issue of raising the force's strength, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Centre why it was "dilly- dallying" over the issue as 15 proposals to increase the number of cops were not yet approved.
Delhi High Court on Monday sought the Centre's response on Greenpeace India's plea challenging suspension of its FCRA registration and freeze on its bank accounts, both domestic and those meant for foreign contributions.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday took suo moto cognizance of an incident in which a head constable of Delhi Traffic Police had allegedly hit a woman with a brick in a fit of rage after she refused to bribe him.
Gramin Sewa autos carry more than double the passengers than they are supposed to and are not only unstable but also "pose a threat" to others on the capital's roads, the Delhi High Court has said and rapped the city government for allowing this to happen.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday rapped the city's municipal corporations for "dereliction of duty" and allowing buildings to come up without complying with regulations saying it may result in death of lakhs of people if an earthquake, like that in Nepal, occurs here.
The Delhi High Court has asked Delhi Police to file response along with last year`s December 18 CCTV footage of some acid attack victims who were allegedly subjected to "custodial violence" at Parliament Street police station here.
Days after the killer earthquake in Nepal, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday said unauthorised constructions and colonies in the city are "disasters waiting to happen" in case of a similar temblor here and asked the municipality whether it has devised any action plan.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notices to the Centre and the city government on a PIL seeking basic amenities, including proper food and medical facilities, at all beggars' homes in the national capital.