"The petition is dismissed for lack of territorial jurisdiction," said a bench of Justices Mukta Gupta and Anish Dayal.
The High Court has listed the matter for further hearing on October 10.The High Court has listed the matter for further hearing on October 10.
In 2008, DMRC signed a contract with DAMEPL related to the design, installation, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of the line.
The Delhi High Court has agreed to quash a stalking case against a man after the complainant said she does not wish to pursue it and ordered him to pay Rs 30,000 as cost.
Fair trial is a constitutional goal and a basic fundamental right of every individual and it demands giving an opportunity to an accused to defend himself, the Delhi High Court has said.
The court directed that the cross-examination of the witnesses shall take place in one single opportunity and on the same day preferably and no adjournment shall be sought by the petitioner's lawyer.
The court commissioner informed the high court about the presence of large amounts of construction material including cement bags at the property during an inspection.
In an order passed recently, a bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad said,
The petitioner sought quashing of the FIR registered on September 13 on the ground that the parties have arrived at a settlement out of their own free will.
NIA said that besides the distribution of insurrectionary material, the Pakistani flag was also unfurled on its premises to profess Kashmir as part of Pakistan.
The court emphasised access to healthcare, including mental healthcare, and round-the-clock helpline in CCIs, and taking suggestions of the children living in Child Care Institutions.
It was submitted by advocate Vrinda Grover and Soutik Banerjee that the incident is on October 1, 2021. The data relating to CDR won't be available after October 1, 2022.
Delhi High Court has quashed the notifications of the Food Safety Commissioner prohibiting the manufacture, storage, and sale of gutka, pan masala, tobacco, and similar products.
"The investigation is still pending. The allegations against the applicant/accused are serious and grave and are directly related to national economy and financial interests."
"With all due respect, you suddenly wake up now and challenge the order. Enough is enough. There has to be some end to luxury to litigate," the high court said and dismissed the plea.
The petition said immediate action and remedial steps are needed to eliminate the contagious viral disease which has killed nearly 70,000 cattle in the country so far.
Justice Sudhir Kumar Jain said he was granting "statutory bail" to the two former officials of the NSE.
Appearing for the petitioner, Akash Vashishtha, the advocate argued that none of the agencies carrying out plantations are maintaining proper records.
A sweeper and a security guard died on September 9 in Outer Delhi's Mundka area after they inhaled toxic gases inside a sewer.
Saxena has also sought damages and compensation of Rs 2.5 crore along with interest from the political party and its five leaders.