The High Court asked the government to provide separate data for adults and children, including how many sexual assault complaints were converted into FIRs.
The park, officially known as A N Jha Deer Park, located in south Delhi’s Hauz Khas area is a popular picnic spot and a hangout zone.
A division bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Manmohan disposed of a PIL seeking a ban on the “dangerous dog breeds” and for stopping their registration.
The five-decade-old legal battle began when Rushdie’s father Anis Ahmed Rushdie had agreed to sell a property in the Civil Lines area to former Congress MP Bhiku Ram Jain in 1970 for Rs 3.75 lakh.
The Centre’s counsel informed Justice Subramonium Prasad that India does not have diplomatic ties with Yemen and it has closed down its embassy there.
The bench said that the issue raised by the petitioner required deliberations that only the government could undertake while granting time for the Centre’s counsel to obtain instructions in the matter
Nimisha Priya’s mother moved the high court earlier this year, seeking permission to go to Yemen in spite of a travel ban for Indian nationals and negotiate the ‘blood money’ to save her daughter.
Accused faces charges of siphoning funds collected from flat buyers
The High Court, however, stated that ED can continue its investigation in a third FIR by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) which was registered in 2021 and taken on record in the same ECIR.
The plea was moved by the Indian Professional Nurses Association through Advocates Robin Raju and Aanchal Bumb
Petitioner 'Mission Save Constitution''s request was to get NOC from the respondent authorities to organize the gathering at Ramlila Ground, Delhi.
The company also filed a criminal complaint with EOW on 17 counts, including cheating, siphoning, criminal breach of trust and embezzlement of funds, against Grover and family.
No ground presented to review order passed in Feb 2019, it says
Pooja, wife of the deceased police official, approached the high court after not receiving the compensation announced by the Delhi government for those who died while performing Covid duty.
Senior advocate Rebecca John, appearing for Jain, urged the high court to stay the trial court proceedings as the matter is listed for November 30 for cross-examination of the complainant.
The bench was dealing with an appeal by a man who was seeking to reduce the monthly maintenance to his estranged wife.
Asking to remove the article within 48 hours, HC also directed the defendants not to post, circulate or publish any similar defamatory content against the plaintiff as set out in the impugned article.
Justice Sachin Datta said the high court would pass an order on the interim application.
On November 9, a Delhi court had rejected the revision petitions filed by AAP leaders Satyender Jain and Raghav Chadha in the defamation case filed by Goswami.
Meanwhile, an order was issued for the removal of encroachments from the parks and maintainence of hygienic conditions on the premises.