Tribunal head's salary: HC seeks Delhi Finance Secy's reply

The Delhi High Court has asked the Finance Secretary of the city government to file a reply to the contempt notice issued to him over non-compliance of its order to "immediately enhance" salary of a retired additional district judge who is heading two appellate tribunals.

HC seeks Centre's reply on MNS chief Raj Thackeray's prosecution over anti-Bihari remark

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought a response of the Centre on a plea seeking a direction to implead the government in cases related to MNS chief Raj Thackeray's prosecution for allegedly making anti-Bihari remarks in 2008.

Haryana moves HC accusing DJB of wasting water

Haryana government on Friday moved a plea in Delhi High Court accusing DJB of wasting water by not opening gates of its twin pipelines connecting Munak canal to the Wazirabad water treatment plant (WTP) here.

Delhi HC appalled over government's lack of concern about air pollution

The Delhi High Court today said it was "appalled" over how bureaucrats are unconcerned over air pollution in the national capital and how cutting of trees could lead to worsening of the situation and called for some "radical" steps to address the issue.

There should be no attack on religious places: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court, hearing a plea on the security of churches, said on Friday there "should not be any attacks on any kind of religious places" in the country.

Maid murder: Delhi HC refuses to cancel ex-MP Dhananjay Singh's bail

 Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed the plea of Delhi Police seeking cancellation of bail granted to former Bahujan Samaj Party MP Dhananjay Singh in a case relating to the murder of his domestic help but imposed restrictions on his movement.

Delhi govt not to take action against chewable tobacco sellers

Delhi High Court Wednesday restrained city government from taking any coercive action against the sellers and distributors of chewable tobacco on pleas by its manufacturers against ban on sale of the product in the national capital from March 30.

RK Pachauri moves Delhi HC seeking permission to travel abroad

Days after a court refused to hear his plea, TERI Director General RK Pachauri, who is facing sexual harassment allegations from a woman employee, on Wednesday moved Delhi High Court seeking permission to travel abroad for next week's Global Water Summit in Greece.

Rajya Sabha TV appointments: HC seeks RS, Centre's response

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought responses from Rajya Sabha secretary and the Centre on a PIL on alleged irregularities in the appointment of senior officers in the Rajya Sabha secretariat.

1984 riots case: Delhi HC grants interim bail for 10 days to convict

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted interim bail of 10 days to Balwan Khokhar, one of the three convicts serving life term in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, on medical grounds and to attend his son's marriage.

E-zine row: Was warned of 'terrible consequences', says St Stephen's principal

St Stephen's principal Valson Thampu has claimed that he was "advised" by some "boys" against taking the stand he has adopted in connection with his banning of a student e-zine and was also warned of the "terrible consequences" that could follow.

Plea in Delhi HC for disbanding of Intelligence Bureau

A petition was on Monday moved in Delhi High Court challenging the constitutional validity of the existence and formation of Intelligence Bureau (IB) and seeking its "disbanding".

Complied with orders on tribunal head's salary: Govt to Delhi HC

The city government has told Delhi High Court that it has complied with its directions to enhance pay of a retired additional district judge, the presiding officer of two tribunals, and to fix terms and conditions of his appointment.

Screening BBC docu India's Daughter: Activist on bail seeks quashing of FIR

An activist arrested for screening banned documentary "India's Daughter" in Delhi has approached the Delhi High Court seeking quashing of the FIR lodged against him.

PIL in HC on attacks on churches in Delhi

A PIL has been moved in the Delhi High Court seeking protection of religious rights of Christians and a "court-monitored SIT probe" into the recent attacks on churches in the national capital.

St Stephen's row: Kejriwal asks students to follow principles of democracy

Amidst a raging controversy over a ban on a student e-zine by St Stephen's college, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday attended a graduation ceremony at the institute, even as a section of students had urged him to turn down the invite "in support for freedom of speech".

Delhi HC asks CBI to look into info on morphed pic of Azad-Heptulla

The Delhi High Court on Friday asked the CBI to look into the information given by a civil servant on the alleged morphing of photos of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and Najma Heptulla in a book on the country's first education minister.

Passports have been issued on fake addresses: Police to Delhi HC

The city police on Friday admitted in the Delhi High Court that passports have been issued on fake and non-existent addresses due to "bogus" verification by policemen against whom action has been taken.

December 16 gang-rape: HC seeks reply from BBC, documentary maker

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought reply from BBC and the British director of the controversial documentary on December 16 gang-rape case on a plea seeking their prosecution for interviewing one of the convicts who made derogatory statement against women.

Delhi HC stays suspension of St Stephen's student by principal

The Delhi High Court on Friday stayed the order of St Stephen's College Principal Valson Thampu suspending the student editor of its banned e-zine for "violating" discipline, asking whether anyone can be suspended for speaking to the media.