The Delhi High Court was on Friday informed by some NGOs that more permanent night shelters were required in the city as homeless people could still be seen sleeping on roads and also in view of the approaching winter even as they alleged that its orders on upkeep of such facilities were not being followed.
The Delhi High Court on Friday extended by a week the interim bail of former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay who have been sentenced to 10 years in prison in the Junior Basic Teachers (JBT) recruitment scam case.
The Delhi High Court on Friday reserved its judgement on a plea seeking quashing of the city government's guideline banning "political advertisements" on public service vehicles even as it said that "as one political party got benefit out of it, so you want to ban it".
The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to stay the Centre's notification allowing running of a new category of motorised four-wheelers - quadricycle - in cities across India from October 1 after a petition claimed that these vehicles were unsafe.
The Delhi High Court Friday extended the interim bail of former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala and his son Ajay Chautala till Sep 26. They were sentenced to ten-year imprisonment in the teachers recruitment scam.
The Delhi High Court Friday refused to interfere with the appointment of Justice HL Dattu as the next Chief Justice of India (CJI), on a plea filed by an advocate and former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) woman officer who alleged sexual harassment by him.
A Delhi high court bench spotted doctored photographs of roads and pavements in Dwarka wiped digitally cleaned by the agencies to claim they had acted on complaints by residents about poor civic facilities in the sub-city.
The Delhi High Court on Thursday commuted the death sentence awarded to a 24-year-old youth for raping and murdering his minor neighbour but directed that he be kept behind the bars for 25 years in order to "guard the society from him".
The Delhi High Court, told by an NGO that the 32 de-addiction centres purportedly opened by the government are rarely functioning, on Thursday said that Delhi Legal Services Authority (DLSA) will look into the issue and will file a report.
While questioning the measures taken and the method of policing adopted by Delhi Police for the extensive 'crime mapping' exercise conducted here, the Delhi High Court Wednesday said "no woman feels safe in the capital".
Recording of testimonies of key witnesses in henious crime should be done at the earliest point of time during the trial, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday said while passing a slew of guidelines to trial courts.
The municipal corporations in the city on Wednesday told the Delhi High Court that unauthorised construction cannot be curbed or prevented by conducting inspections but "economic deterrents" should be put in place for this.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a plea filed by an advocate and a former RAW woman officer against the appointment of Justice HL Dattu as the next Chief Justice of India (CJI), alleging sexual harassment by him.