Debt assigned to YIL to revive National Herald: Sonia Gandhi to HC

Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Thursday told Delhi High Court that the party's Rs 90 crore loan to Associated Journals Ltd (AJL), the publisher of National Herald, was assigned to Young Indian Pvt Ltd (YIL) for Rs 50 lakh to revive the publication.

PIL to replace 'archaic' Urdu words from police proceedings

 Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought responses of the Centre and city police on a plea seeking directions to replace "archaic and difficult words and phrases of Persian and Urdu language" with simple Hindi or English words for day-to-day work at police stations.

HC asks AAP govt, cops reply on doctors' security in Delhi

 Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought to know whether any steps had been taken by the AAP government and the police to ensure safety and security of the doctors in the national capital to prevent any assault on them.

Proceedings against Kumar Vishwas closed, DCW tells Delhi HC

 The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on Wednesday informed the Delhi High Court that no proceedings were pending against AAP leader Kumar Vishwas with regards to a complaint filed by a woman party volunteer.

SC rejects PIL on 'misuse' of funds for laptops by judges

The Supreme Court Wednesday dismissed a plea seeking probe into the alleged misuse of funds allocated for purchase of computers for judicial officers of courts in Delhi.

Delhi HC slams AAP govt for declaring farmer Gajendra Singh as martyr
Delhi HC slams AAP govt for declaring farmer Gajendra Singh as martyr

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday slammed the Aam Aadmi Party Government for declaring farmer Gajendra Singh as a martyr.

Delhi HC notice on AIIMS plea to replace forensic department head

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to Sudhir Kumar Gupta on a plea filed by AIIMS for the appointment of DN Bhardwaj as the new head of its forensic medicine and toxicology department.

Complaint against Kumar Vishwas closed before DCW: HC told

The proceedings on a complaint against AAP leader Kumar Vishwas by a party volunteer alleging that her life was ruined as he was not rebutting "rumours" about their illicit liaison, have been closed by the Delhi women's panel, its chief told Delhi High Court on Wednesday.

Steps taken for minority-run institutions' security: HC told

 The central government and Delhi Police have informed the Delhi High Court that adequate steps have been taken for the security and safety of the churches and minority-run institutions in the national capital.

MK Meena shunts out ACB SHO counted close to AAP govt

Delhi ACB chief M K Meena on Monday transfered the SHO, considered close to the AAP government, and made a new appointment hours after the Delhi High Court turned down its plea seeking to restrain him from entering his office.

No arbitrariness in revised MBBS CET merit list: IP Univ to HC

 The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University on  defended its revised results and merit list of its medical common entrance test (CET) before Delhi High Court, after a student challenged the results as her rank dropped 77 positions despite her marks increasing.

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Delhi: HC says MK Meena to remain as ACB chief

In a setback for the state government, Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice to the Centre and has stated that LG-appointee MK Meena will remain as the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief and function according to the law.

Delhi govt moves HC to restrain Meena from entering ACB office

Intensifying its battle against the Lt Governor and the Centre, Delhi Government on Saturday urged the High Court here to issue directions to restrain LG- appointee ACB chief MK Meena from entering his office and "interfering" with the functioning of the anti-graft body.

AAP govt moves Delhi HC against MK Meena's appointment as ACB chief
AAP govt moves Delhi HC against MK Meena's appointment as ACB chief

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government filed an interim application on Saturday in the Delhi High Court against the appointment of Joint Commissioner of Police Mukesh Kumar Meena as Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) chief.

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DNA: Government gives clean chit to Vasundhara Raje in Lalit Modi controversy

Centre on Friday gave clean chit to Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje after reviewing documents submitted by her in Lalit Modi controversy.

No bail to French woman accused in Chilean senator killing: HC

Delhi High Court on Monday refused to grant interim bail to a French woman facing extradition to Chile for her alleged participation in the assassination of Chilean senator Jaime Guzman Errazuriz on April 1, 1991.

HC notice on PIL on quota for disabled in civil services exam

The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre and UPSC on a plea by an organisation for disabled persons seeking quashing of the civil services exam notification alleging non-implementation of statutory three per cent quota for handicapped persons.