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Kumar and Yadav parted ways after the former decided to join hands with the BJP in July, triggering a battle for the control of the party.
A rape survivor's testimony can be accepted without corroboration, especially in a case where the rapist is her father, the Delhi High Court has observed.
The Delhi High Court today reserved its judgement on the trial court's reference for confirmation of capital punishment given to two death convicts in the 2009 Jigisha Ghosh murder case.
The CBSE had challenged the CIC's January 17 order on the ground that the school records of Irani cannot be disclosed under the RTI Act as it was third party information held in fiduciary capacity.
The incidents came to light after both the individuals moved the high court seeking protection as they apprehended threat to their life owing to separate PILs filed by them.
The Delhi High Court today sought response of the Centre on a PIL alleging that unauthorised constructions were continuing in several south Delhi colonies despite judicial orders prohibiting it.
The Delhi High Court today directed the Police commissioner to deploy more force in Chandni Chowk in Old Delhi to ensure the area is kept free from illegal hawkers encroaching upon it.
BJP's Mukul Roy today moved the Delhi High Court against the Centre and the West Bengal government over his phone allegedly being tapped.
The observation came as none of the authorities, including the city municipal bodies, were able to show they had complied with the court's urgent directions of last week.
The Centre opposed the plea saying questioning of his arrest was an "abuse" of the legal process, claiming there were serious charges of hawala transactions against him.
A Delhi court deferred the hearing on the CBI's plea seeking consent for a lie detector test of nine students in connection with the case of the missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed.
Calling it an "emergency situation", the bench asked the government to consider the option of "cloud seeding" to induce rainfall artificially, as an immediate step.
The Supreme Court today agreed to hear on Friday a plea by AIFF challenging the Delhi High Court verdict setting aside the election of NCP leader Praful Patel as the president of the sports body.
The High Court said October to January was a "critical period" when the air quality in Delhi is poor due to the weather conditions and the stubble during this period acted as a 'trigger'.
The court fixed the matter for February 19 next year and said the government should place its stand then.