Dengue: Concerns over inefficiency of municipal employees lying on deaf ears, Delhi High Court said

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday expressed its concern over the spread of dengue in the city, saying the concern raised by it for the lack of efficient functioning of the employees of the municipal corporation is “flowing”. A bench headed by Justice Vipin Sanghi said this year saw a “large increase” in dengue cases, … Read more

COVID-19: Delhi HC begins full physical hearing

The High Court has been conducting proceedings through video conferencing since March 2020 following the outbreak of COVID-19. Later, some benches started holding physical courts on a daily basis on rotation basis. Some of them are also conducting hybrid proceedings, in which lawyers have the option of attending hearings via video conference instead of appearing … Read more

Delhi High Court issues SOP for physical hearing from November 22

The Delhi High Court, which is set to resume full physical hearings from November 22, on Thursday issued its standard operating procedure to regulate the entry of lawyers and litigants inside the court building and said that flu, fever and People displaying symptoms of cough will not be allowed. In the protocol issued by Registrar … Read more

SC allows NGOs to file appeal against HC order upholding Asthana’s appointment as Delhi Police chief

The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed an NGO to file an appeal against the Delhi High Court order appointing senior IPS officer Rakesh Asthana as the Delhi Police Commissioner, four days before his retirement on July 31. The decision was upheld. A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and AS Bopanna said it will hear the … Read more

Uphaar Cinema fire: Victims urge court not to suspend 7-year jail sentence against Ansal

The Uphaar Tragedy Victims’ Association (AVUT) on Monday urged a Delhi court to extend the 7-year jail term awarded to real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal for tampering with evidence in the Uphaar cinema fire case in 1997. Do not suspend the sentence of which 59 people lost their lives. , The association’s counsel … Read more

Delhi High Court expresses displeasure over Manika Batra being targeted by TTFI

The Delhi High Court on Friday expressed strong displeasure that star table tennis player Manika Batra was being targeted by the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) for allegedly dragging the sports body to court by raising her grievances. Justice Rekha Palli said the player cannot be targeted and if he is being targeted then … Read more

HC grants time to Centre, Delhi government to respond to plea seeking door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination for senior citizens

The Delhi High Court on Friday granted time to the Center and the Delhi government to respond to a plea seeking framing of a policy on door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination for bedridden senior citizens. Delhi government’s counsel Anuj Agarwal told a bench headed by Chief Justice DN Patel that the Center has already introduced a policy … Read more

HC asks Centre, Google, Twitter to respond to man’s plea to remove articles on his conviction in criminal case

The Delhi High Court on Thursday sought response from the Centre, Google, Twitter and two media houses on a plea of ​​a man seeking removal of certain articles relating to his conviction in a foreign fraud and blackmailing case, on the grounds that But that he has the right to privacy. Justice Rekha Palli issued … Read more

No political, executive will to weed out illegal hawkers, vendors: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said there is no executive or political will to remove illegal hawkers and vendors from the streets and that except in Lutyens’ Delhi, there is no place in the city that is clear of unauthorized residents. “Then why leave the Lutyens’ Zone. They should be here everything. Let them … Read more

VVIP chopper case: Pending investigation due to lack of full execution of LRs sent to nine countries: CBI

The Central Bureau of Investigation has informed the Delhi High Court that its investigation in the alleged Rs 3,600-crore VVIP chopper case was pending “for lack of full execution of Letters of Request (LR) sent to nine countries and such other reasons”. The agency has said that “a huge amount of documents have been received … Read more