Tis Hazari court allows Chandra Shekhar Azad to visit Delhi for Assembly polls; Bhim Army chief must mark presence with DCP Crime
A Delhi court on Tuesday agreed to modify the conditions of bail granted to Bhim Army chief Chandra Shekhar Azad, who was accused of inciting people during an anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest at Jama Masjid and the Daryaganj area of the National Capital in December 2019.
Chandra Shekhar Azad gets bail in Daryaganj violence case: Court tells Bhim Army chief to leave Delhi for 4 weeks, but 'stay in Saharanpur'
A Delhi court granted bail to Bhim Army chief Chandra Shekhar Azad on Wednesday in the case filed against him for an incident of violence during an anti-Citizenship Amendment Act protest in the National Capital's Daryaganj on 20 December.
Kuldeep Singh Sengar gets life term in Unnao rape case; Delhi court orders ex-BJP MLA to pay Rs 25 lakh compensation to victim
Delhi's Tis Hazari Court on Friday sentenced BJP's expelled MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar to life imprisonment, who was convicted for raping a woman in Unnao in 2017
Daily Bulletin: Phase 5 of Jharkhand Assembly polls, quantum of punishment against Kuldeep Sengar; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Jharkhand Assembly elections: Polling begins for last phase; Karnataka HC to hear PIL challenging Section 144 in Bengaluru today; and more
Unnao rape case: Tis Hazari Court defers hearing to decide quantum of punishment for Kuldeep Sengar till 20 December
Delhi’s Tis Hazari court deferred the hearing to decide the quantum of sentence to be awarded to expelled BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar. The matter will now be heard on 20 December and the court has sought a copy of the affidavit filed by Sengar in 2017 with the Election Commission in order to determine the compensation to the survivor.
Daily Bulletin: 50 detained during anti-Citizenship Act protests at Jamia Millia released; Mamata to address rally at 1 pm; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: 50 detained during anti-Citizenship Act protests at Jamia Millia Islamia released; Mamata Banerjee to address rally at 1 pm; polling in fourth phase of Jharkhand Assembly election commences; day's top stories
Tis Hazari violence: Lawyers of Delhi district courts to hold protest march today, demonstration expected at India Gate on 15 Nov
Lawyers of all district courts in the national capital are likely to hold a march from Patiala house court to the Parliament House in Delhi on Thursday in continuation of their protest against the Tis Hazari court violence
Daily Bulletin: NCP invited to form govt in Maharashtra, Modi to leave for Brazil to attend BRICS Summit; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: NCP invited to form govt in Maharashtra, Narendra Modi to leave for Brazil to attend BRICS Summit; JNU students demand immediate resolution of fee hike; day's top stories
'Nobody can clap with one hand': SC, speaking on Tis Hazari clash, blames both lawyers and policemen
A bench of justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and KM Joseph made the remark came after Bar Council of India (BCI) chairman Manan Kumar Mishra said the situation at the Tis Hazari court aggravated after the police's "brutality" on lawyers
Tis Hazari court clashes: NCW takes suo motu cognisance of alleged attack on DCP Monika Bhardwaj during protests
The National Commission for Women sought an immediate probe into the alleged attack on a senior woman police officer during the Tis Hazari Court complex clashes last week.
Delhi Police-lawyers clash: Two IPS officers transferred to different departments based on high court’s direction in aftermath of violence
Two IPS officers have been transferred on the Delhi High Court's direction in the aftermath of the Tis Hazari Court complex clashes, officials said on Thursday.
Delhi Police vs lawyers: Clashes a reflection of substandard quality of legal education in India, occur regularly in small towns
Conflicts between lawyers and the police such as the ones in Delhi are not at all uncommon and happen routinely in smaller towns, the Delhi incidents got traction because they happened in the national capital
Delhi Police vs lawyers row: BCI demands arrest of cops within week, curb on media coverage; Delhi HC dismisses plea to review suspension
The Bar Council of India has demanded that the Delhi Police officers who shot at lawyers near the Tis Hazari Court complex following a scuffle over parking be arrested within a week's time while terming the police protests against lawyers as 'politically motivated'
Delhi Police protests: Cops claim that despite demonstrations, work was not hampered and public grievances were acknowledged
Delhi Police claimed that the unprecedented protest by its personnel against beating up of their colleague by lawyers did not hamper the work largely and they responded to public grievances.
Tis Hazari clash: Delhi district court lawyers to continue boycotting work amid Bar Council's appeal to maintain peace
Delhi district court lawyers will continue to boycott judicial work to protest against the clash between lawyers and policemen at Tis Hazari court complex on 2 November.
Delhi Police protest: Traffic at ITO intersection affected for hours as carriageway towards Laxmi Nagar remains closed
Traffic was affected for hours at the ITO intersection in Delhi after Delhi Police personnel staged a protest, which was sparked by two attacks on their colleagues, outside the police headquarters.
Delhi Police call off 'unprecendented' day-long protest against violence at Tiz Hazari, Saket courts after officials agree to meet demands
In unprecedented protests by Delhi police, thousands of its personnel on Tuesday laid siege outside the Police Headquarters for 11 hours and staged a virtual revolt sparked by two attacks on their colleagues before calling off their stir following multiple appeals including from their chief.
Delhi Police agitation a symptom of nationwide crisis: Overworked, underpaid, understaffed cops contributing to dysfunctional status quo
The Delhi Police protests at India Gate give all of us another chance to change course: or pay the price together.
Bar Council of India asks associations to identify lawyers ‘indulging in hooliganism’, says protests are tarnishing image of institution
After a series of tense events following clashes between lawyers and the police at Tis Hazari Courts, the Bar Council of India has asked various bar bodies to identify lawyers "indulging in hooliganism" and requested advocates to end their protests, which are "bringing bad name to the institution".
Delhi Police-lawyers clash: Cops call off day-long protest; senior officials tell agitators probe underway over incidents of violence
Tuesday's unprecedented protests by the Delhi Police were triggered by two attacks on their colleagues.