Entry of advocates in court premises should be allowed based on a ‘smart card’ having a digital chip for verification of identity, lawyers’ bodies told the Delhi HC.
Summary adjudication can be resorted to in certain matters pertaining to intellectual property rights before the Delhi High Court, a committee comprising of two judges proposed.
The Delhi High Court on Friday asked hospitals to grant study leave to doctors for pursuing further studies or for NEET PG preparation.
There are 795 cases pertaining to petty offences committed by juveniles pending for six months to one year before the six JJBs in Delhi.
The court observed that the petitioner was yet to watch the entire movie and has approached it on the basis of the trailer which was stated to contain provocative content.
The bench said that there was a need for a fool-proof entry system, installation of metal detectors, CCTV cameras points, and proper training of police personnel.
The Delhi HC said that an order of preventive detention cannot be sustained on stale or illusory grounds which have no nexus with past prejudicial activity.
Delhi HC and city district courts will continue to hold restricted physical hearings till October 30, said the HC registry on Thursday.
The Delhi HC has cleared the way for the AAP government’s ambitious plan for doorstep delivery of ration as long as there is no shortage of it in fair price shops.
The prerequisite for an efficient virtual court environment is the availability of adequate infrastructure which is missing in the case of public prosecutors.
The bench said that irreparable loss would be caused to the appellant if an order of stay is not passed.
Senior counsel Mukul Rohatgi claimed before the bench that the petitioner was a proxy for somebody who does not want to come in the front and holds personal vendetta.
The Delhi High Court has extended till November 31 the deadline for the seeding of the Aadhaar number along with the UAN and its verification.
The court had noted that in between high-rise buildings in the area, hawkers and vendors have claimed the pavement area which was meant for circulation of people.
Want truth to come out: Delhi government after HC nod to panel to probe deaths due to oxygen shortage
The Delhi government's decision to form a HPC to look into the cases of deaths due to alleged shortage of oxygen had failed to get the lieutenant governor's approval earlier.