HC to hear plea against quashing EC order on Chavan

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.

Attack on CJI in 1975: Convict gets time to surrender

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.

Delhi HC stops Centre from appointing Principal Commissioners of IT

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.

Married women safer on streets than in matrimonial homes: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court Monday observed that married women in India are "safer on the street than in their matrimonial homes" as it upheld life imprisonment for a man convicted of killing his wife.

Acid attack: Delhi HC asks Safdarjung Hospital to do plastic surgery

The Delhi High Court on Sunday directed Safdarjung Hospital here to carry out the corrective surgery required by a 21-year-old girl who was injured in an acid attack in August last year.

41 pvt schools should refund excess fees to parents: Panel to HC

A judicial panel set up by the Delhi High Court has recommended that 41 private schools should refund the excess fees they had charged from parents of students in 2009 with interest.

PIL in Delhi HC on protecting school kids from sexual abuse

A PIL has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking directions to the Centre to lay down norms to prevent sexual abuse of school-going children in the national capital.

Delhi HC restrains IIPM from using MBA, BBA name for courses

The Delhi High Court Friday restrained the Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) from using terms such as "MBA , BBA or management course" for the courses it offers.

HC rejects soft tennis players plea for Asiad nod
HC rejects soft tennis players plea for Asiad nod

The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed a plea filed by eight soft tennis players who sought a direction to the Centre that they be allowed to participate in the ongoing Incheon Asian Games.

HC frames issues on Vijender Gupta's plea against Arvind Kejriwal

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.

Delhi HC orders INLD chief OP Chautala to surrender before Oct 17
Delhi HC orders INLD chief OP Chautala to surrender before Oct 17

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.

Asian Games: HC to hear tomorrow plea of Taekwondo players
Asian Games: HC to hear tomorrow plea of Taekwondo players

 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.

1984 riots case: HC denies bail for time being to 2 convicts

The Delhi High Court today said it will not grant bail for the time being to two of the three convicts serving life term in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in which five members of a family were killed.

PIL on protection of Ambedkar's belongings filed in Delhi HC

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.

Tender on condoms supply challenged, HC seeks Centre's response

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.

We do not respect our dead: HC on mortuaries in govt hospitals

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".

HC slams police over rising crime in Delhi and shoddy probes

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.

HC asks civic bodies to come out with plan for public toilets

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.

Doctors not responsible if sterilisation fails, says Delhi HC

Doctors are not liable to be punished for medical negligence if the sterilisation procedure fails and someone conceives a child, the Delhi High Court has ruled.

Need more night shelters in the capital: NGO to Delhi HC

 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.