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Navy war room leak case: Court imposes Rs 5,000 cost on CBI

A special court has slapped a penalty of Rs 5,000 on CBI for causing an "infructuous" hearing in the 2006 Naval War Room leak case in which arms dealer Abhishek Verma and four former naval officers, including a Wing Commander, are facing trial.

Trouble for Subramanian Swamy, Delhi Police obtain sanction to prosecute BJP leader for inflammatory article

Trouble for Subramanian Swamy, Delhi Police obtain sanction to prosecute BJP leader for inflammatory article

he police on Tuesday informed the Delhi High Court that the necessary sanction to prosecute Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy in a case lodged against him on charge of writing an inflammatory article in 2011 has been obtained.

New policy does not infringe on users' privacy, info not retain when account deleted: WhatsApp to HC

New policy does not infringe on users' privacy, info not retain when account deleted: WhatsApp to HC

WhatsApp, the instant messaging platform, Wednesday said its new privacy policy does not infringe on the privacy of users and no third party can read the messages due to its end-to-end encryption.

Delhi High Court seeks Centre's response on life ban for convicted 'netas'

Delhi High Court seeks Centre's response on life ban for convicted 'netas'

Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice to the Centre on a public suit seeking to declare as unconstitutional certain provisions of the Representation of Peoples Act that allow a convicted person to contest elections six years after their conviction.

Good news for DU students! Top publishers lose copyright case against photocopy shop

Good news for DU students! Top publishers lose copyright case against photocopy shop

The Delhi University argued that calling reproduction of copyrighted books for educational purpose as infringement was “wrong”.

HC seeks Centre's response on plea for electoral reforms

Delhi High Court today sought the Centre's reply on a plea seeking a slew of electoral reform measures, including setting aside of the six-year cap on the period of disqualification from contesting polls on being convicted and sentenced to two years or more.

Kids' death in schools: HC orders setting up of special task force

Kids' death in schools: HC orders setting up of special task force

The bench also said executive engineers of municipal corporations should visit the schools regularly and take steps to ensure that the defects, if found, are rectified.

CBI probe in DA case against HP CM hints at malafide: HC told

 Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, an accused in a disproportionate assets case along with others, today claimed in Delhi High Court that the way in which the probe was conducted showed an "element of enthusiasm" on CBI's part indicating an element of "malafide".

WhatsApp don't have access to users data: HC told

WhatsApp don't have access to users data: HC told

Instant messaging platform WhatsApp opposed in Delhi High Court a plea alleging that privacy of its users has been threatened by a new privacy policy announced by Facebook, saying regulations were in place and the latter does not have access to any data as it provides end-to-end encryption.

Another blow to Kejriwal? AAP govt's new education reform plan under Delhi HC scanner

Another blow to Kejriwal? AAP govt's new education reform plan under Delhi HC scanner

The Delhi High Court has sought AAP government's reply to a plea challenging its new education reform plan 'Chunauti 2018' which seeks to check dropout rate of students and improve education quality with special focus on the weaker students.

Unitech to open escrow account, use money to complete projects: Delhi High Court

Unitech to open escrow account, use money to complete projects: Delhi High Court

 The Delhi High Court has granted an opportunity to beleaguered real estate major Unitech Ltd to complete its delayed housing projects and hand over possession of flats to buyers by opening escrow accounts and using the money deposited in it solely for these projects.

Denying sex to spouse for a long time mental cruelty, valid ground for divorce: Delhi High Court

Denying sex to spouse for a long time mental cruelty, valid ground for divorce: Delhi High Court

Putting an end to a nine-year-old marriage, the Delhi High Court has reiterated that denying sex to the spouse for a long time, without sufficient reason, amounted to mental cruelty and is a ground for divorce.

No eviction of street vendors from national capital: Delhi HC

No eviction of street vendors from national capital: Delhi HC

The court, which fixed the matter for September 28, said the authorities should not evict, disturb or harass any street vendor in the city.

No parliamentary secretary in Delhi now, says AAP

The AAP on Thursday said there are no parliamentary secretaries in Delhi following the Delhi High Court's order quashing their appointments.

JNU sedition row: Interim relief extended for Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya

The Delhi High Court on Thursday extended the interim relief to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, who have been charged with sedition.

Appointment of these 21 AAP MLAs as Parliamentary secretaries cancelled by court - Complete list

Appointment of these 21 AAP MLAs as Parliamentary secretaries cancelled by court - Complete list

In a major setback to the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government, the Delhi High Court on Thursday set aside the appointment of 21 AAP MLAs as parliamentary secretaries.  

Setback to Arvind Kejriwal; HC sets aside Delhi govt order appointing 21 AAP MLAs as parliamentary secretaries

Setback to Arvind Kejriwal; HC sets aside Delhi govt order appointing 21 AAP MLAs as parliamentary secretaries

The AAP had defended its decision to appoint 21 legislators as parliamentary secretaries, saying the move does not amount to the creation of a "public office".

Shift children from Prem Dham Ashram: HC to government

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday directed Women and Child Development authorities to immediately transfer children from Prem Dham Ashram in Najafgarh, where they were kept in "deplorable" conditions, to an alternative home.

Anti-India slogans: Delhi HC asks JNU not to take action against Kanhaiya Kumar, seven others

Anti-India slogans: Delhi HC asks JNU not to take action against Kanhaiya Kumar, seven others

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) administration to not take any action, till September 19, including the penalty against JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kanhaiya and seven others.

Decks cleared for auction of iconic Taj Mansingh Hotel

Decks cleared for auction of iconic Taj Mansingh Hotel

Delhi High Court has dismissed a suit by the Indian Hotels Company Ltd (IHCL), which runs the iconic Taj Mansingh Hotel here, seeking to restrain New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) from auctioning the property.