MK Meena shunts out ACB SHO counted close to AAP govt

Delhi ACB chief M K Meena on Monday transferred 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.

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.

HC notice to Censor Board on 'Mohalla Assi' promos
HC notice to Censor Board on 'Mohalla Assi' promos

 The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court on Friday issued notice to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on the promos of Bollywood film 'Mohalla Assi' which have been released over the last week.

Colombo HC grants bail to former minister in financial fraud case

The Colombo High Court has granted bail to former economic development minister Basil Rajapaksa, who was arrested in connection with an alleged financial fraud at the Divi Neguma Department.

HC issues statutory notice to Southern Railway General Manager, Deputy Chief Engineer

The Madras High Court bench today issued notice to Southern Railway General Manager Ashok K Agarwal and Deputy Chief Engineer of Madurai division for not obeying its order of June last year to give compensation for land acquired from a private firm, as per the Dindigul Collector's orders in July 2006.

Nestle India knocks Uttarakhand HC against Maggi ban

The Uttarakhand High Court on Friday sought a response from the state government on why Maggi noodles was banned in the state. 

HC seeks reply on PIL for cancellation of UP CPMT

The Allahabad High Court today asked the Uttar Pradesh government to file its reply on a PIL seeking cancellation of the May 25 Combined Pre-Medical Test which has come under scanner following the arrest of nearly 12 people for allegedly trying to leak the question papers.

HC stays notices to top cop, others by Delhi Assembly

The Delhi High Court today stayed till July 1 the show cause notices issued to the police by Delhi Assembly's Privileges Committee on MLA Jarnail Singh's complaint alleging breach of privilege.

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Rajasthan: High Court raps Chief Secy, DGP for failing to end Gujjar agitation

The Rajasthan High Court came down heavily on Chief Secretary CS Rajan and the DGP for failing to arrest the agitating members of the Gujjar community and ending their agitation.

Learn from Nepal quake, stop illegal construction: Himachal High Court

Taking notice of haphazard development and encroachments in the state capital, where "most buildings are precariously hanging", the Himachal Pradesh High Court has observed that the devastating earthquake in Nepal last month had failed to shake the authorities out of their slumber and curb illegal construction that has turned Shimla into a "slum".

HC's interim stay on release of film 'Phir Se'
HC's interim stay on release of film 'Phir Se'

The Bombay High Court has put interim stay on the release of movie 'Phir Se' directed by Kunal Kohli, after the court found prima facie similarities between the film's script and another movie 'R.S.V.P'.

Haryana CM demands separate high court

 Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday demanded either a separate high court for the state or an equal representation in the existing Punjab and Haryana High Court.

Manohar Lal Khattar demands separate High Court for Haryana

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday reiterated his demand for a separate High Court for Haryana and set up of an additional bench in south-western districts of the state.

Himachal Pradesh HC acts tough against encroachments in Shimla

The Himachal Pradesh High Court has issued stringent directions for removal of all encroachments on roads in Shimla Municipal area, asking authorities to take action against offenders under various laws and revoke licences of shopkeepers indulging in repeated violations.

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Term 'Indianism' used by me was 'torn' out of context: HC judge

 A year after he observed that any person claiming to be a Hindu or Muslim nationalist was working against "Indianism" triggering a row, a High Court judge here has said that the term used by him was taken out of context by some persons.

Delhi: HC refuses to stay DCW summons on Kumar Vishwas

In a setback to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas, the Delhi High Court, Friday, refused to stay a summon issued to him by Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) on a complaint filed by a volunteer alleging that he was not rebutting "rumours" about their illicit liaison.

JK cricket association scam: High Court seeks Farooq Abdullah's response
JK cricket association scam: High Court seeks Farooq Abdullah's response

 Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Monday sought response from former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah on a public interest litigation (PIL) filed in alleged multi-crore scam in the state's cricket association.