With the Centre categorically rejecting his demand to convert his Tughlaq Road bungalow into a memorial for his late father Chaudhary Charan Singh, Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) leader Ajit Singh on Friday appeared ready to shift his residence to some other locality.
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on Thursday appreciated Chinese President Xi Jinping as being open-minded and realistic, while expressing hope that he can take the India-China bilateral relations forward.
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".
The city government on Wednesday informed the Delhi High Court that as directed by it, they have deposited a corpus of Rs one crore with DSLSA in Delhi Victim Compensation Account for giving compensation to victims of crimes, including rape.
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 Delhi High Court on Wednesday set aside a lower court verdict awarding death penalty to two persons for killing a youth on the night of July 20, 2009 after he objected to lewd remarks of the accused persons against his sister.
The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the South Delhi Municipal Corporation to take action against the 24 properties in Sainik Farms here which according to the city government show structural changes despite a court order banning the entry of construction material in that area.
In what can leave the rationalists completely baffled, the Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti has reportedly claimed that defecation near the pious Kedarnath shrine had caused June 2013 Uttarakhand's devastating floods that killed dozens.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the city government to probe the allegation of an NGO that over 80 kids have been denied admission in schools on the ground that they do not have residential proof.
With many incidents of child abuse going unreported, a drive will be launched to sensitise children to express if they encounter any inappropriate touch, request or demands, even in writing if they are not comfortable orally.