Tablighi Jamaat: Delhi HC slams Delhi police, asks if housing foreigners on valid visa was prohibited
The court also pulled up the investigating agency for not being able to state the specific date on which the Jamaat attendees sought refuge at the petitioners' premises
High Court constitutes 3-member panel under ex-SC judge to probe Manika Batra's allegation of match-fixing
Batra, who was left out of the Indian contingent for the Asian Table Tennis Championships, had moved the court earlier this year alleging that the national coach Soumyadeep Roy pressurised her to throw away an Olympic qualifier match in favour of one of his trainees.
World Boxing Championship: Likely to re-examine decision on selected players for Turkey, BFI tells Delhi High Court
On 10 November, the court had issued notice to BFI and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports on the petition by the Arundhati Chowdhary who challenged her non-selection and claimed that Lovlina Borgohain had been selected without a trial for the world championship
The senior advocate moved a significant step towards becoming a Delhi High Court judge on Tuesday, a decision, which deferred multiple times for what many speculated was due to his sexual orientation
From Saurabh Kirpal's likely elevation to Delhi HC judge to Beth Robinson in the US, world's judiciary is finally coming out of the closet
The Supreme Court's collegium has finally approved the recommendation of Saurabh Kirpal as Delhi high court judge, which if passed by the Union Ministry of Law and Justice, will make him India's first openly gay judge
SC recommends elevation of openly gay lawyer as Delhi HC judge; all you need to know about Saurabh Kirpal
The recommendation came three years after it was first proposed in October 2017, which was reportedly delayed due to Kirpal's sexual orientation
Found more meritorious people than hockey coach Sandeep Sangwan for Dronacharya Award, Centre tells Delhi HC
Noting the submissions made by the Centre, the high court sought response of the government on Sangwan's plea challenging the decision of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports which excluded him from the Dronacharya Award (Regular Category).
INX Media Case: Delhi HC dismisses CBI’s plea challenging order allowing Chidambaram to inspect documents
The CBI had opposed the inspection of documents on the grounds that the probe in the INX media case, in which the Chidambarams are accused, is still ongoing, and that it may result in evidence tampering
Sangwan, who claims to be a renowned Hockey coach, said he was ignored by the Centre from being considered for the Dronacharya Award despite being found meritorious by the Selection Committee for Sports Award 2021
Plea alleging non-compliance of IT rules by Twitter infructuous after Centre is satisfied, says Delhi High Court
Last month, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) had told the court that Twitter has appointed CCO, RGO, and Nodal Contact Person in compliance with the new IT Rules
Delhi HC issues notice to Twitter over Rahul Gandhi's post revealing identity of rape victim's relatives
The Bench of Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh while issuing the notice to Twitter only made "explicitly clear" that no notice is being issued to other respondents.
Justice Subramonium Prasad made the remarks while dealing with a bail application in the case concerning the murder of Delhi Police head constable Ratan Lal
The application by lawyers to SC has sought directions for the installation of CCTV cameras and the setting up of armed police posts in district court premises across the country.
The Delhi High Court has extended till 31 November the deadline for the seeding of the Aadhaar number along with the Universal Account Number (UAN) and its verification.
By approaching the Delhi HC, Google said it aims to prevent any “further unlawful disclosures” of confidential findings by the Competition Commission of India.
Justice Rekha Palli further said that if warranted, the Union Sports Ministry may look into the affairs of the TTFI as well.
The submission was made in response to a petition seeking that PM-CARES Fund be declared as ‘The State’ under Article 12 of the Constitution.
Abhishek Banerjee and his wife Rujira Banerjee have contended that they are residents of Kolkata and should not be compelled to join the probe in the National Capital
Delhi HC seeks central government's stand on Manika Batra's plea against Table Tennis Federation of India
The judge said the allegations against the coach Soumyadeep Roy, who allegedly asked Manika Batra to throw away a match, were serious and the Centre should be a little proactive.
The court said that in the present times, citizens cannot be prevented from exercising their rights because of a rigid interpretation of a law that calls for "personal presence".