A Maharashtra politician has moved the Delhi High Court against its verdict setting aside the Election Commission's order holding former Chief Minister of the state Ashok Chavan guilty of filing incorrect expenses for the 2009 Assembly elections.
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted 16 more days to a convict to surrender before the trial court in the sensational case of attempt to assassinate the then Chief Justice of India A N Ray near the Supreme Court in 1975.
The Delhi High Court on Monday restrained the Centre from taking a decision on appointment to a newly-created post of Principal Commissioner of Income Tax on a plea alleging that the process adopted to appoint a person to that office was illegal.
The Delhi High Court on Friday framed issues to be decided by it on a poll petition of former Delhi BJP president Vijender Gupta seeking to declare election of Arvind Kejriwal as void on the ground that he exceeded the poll expense limit of Rs 14 lakh.
In a major setback for former Haryana chief minister Om Prakash Chautala, who has been convicted in JBT recruitment scam case, the Delhi High Court on Friday asked him to surrender on or before October 17.
The Delhi High Court on Friday would hear and pass orders on a plea seeking a direction to the Centre and the India Olympic Association to allow nine athletes and a coach to take part in Taekwondo events in the ongoing 17th Asian Games at Incheon, South Korea.
A PIL was on Wednesday filed in the Delhi High Court seeking a direction to the Centre to protect and maintain over 400 artefacts and articles belonging to Constitution-framer Bhim Rao Ambedkar which are lying in a private museum 'Shantivan' in Maharashtra.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought response of the Centre on a plea by a condom manufacturer challenging the government's decision to award a tender for supply of male contraceptive to a state-run agency at a higher price than what the private company offered.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday expressed its anguish over the poor management of mortuaries in government hospitals in the national capital saying "we do not respect the living nor do we respect the dead".
Coming down heavily on police for its "shoddy" probe into rising cases of crime against women in the national capital, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday said this has led to lack of fear for law in the minds of the perpetrators.
Expressing anguish over "serious dearth" of public toilets in the national capital and their bad condition, the Delhi High Court on Wed asked civic bodies, including the NDMC and the Cantonment Board, to come out with a clear plan for providing better sanitation in the city.
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.