DELHI HIGH COURT
Coronavirus scare: Plea in Delhi High Court against Centre's bar on passenger travel from EU, UK
The plea has been moved by the father of an Indian student stranded in Scotland and who is unable to return to the country.
Coronavirus: Delhi HC to issue more directions regarding court workings
Advocate and BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay said the photocopy sho...
Delhi High Court declines to entertain Kunal Kamra's plea against flying ban on him by airlines
Justice Naveen Chawla disapproved of Kunal Ka...
Kunal Kamra in Delhi High Court against flying ban on him by airlines
In his petition, Kunal Kamra said he was banned by IndiGo for a six-month period before its internal committee even arrived at a decision while other airlines -- Air India, Spicejet and GoAir -- imposed an indefinite ban on him.
J&K students in Iran, Bangladesh to government: Don't wait for us to contract Coronavirus, help us in time
A petition, seeking evacuation of medical students from Bangladesh, said there are about 581 students stuck there and they are looking for help from Indian authorities.
Delhi High Court suspends breath analyser test through tube process for air traffic controllers
The high court directed the authorities to hold an urgent meeting on Tuesday to explore alternative methods for the test. Justice Prathiba M Singh directed the Directorate General of Medical Services to hold an urgent meeting with the DGCA, the Air Traffic Controllers' Guild (India), doctors and the Airport Authority of India to explore alternatives of BAT.
Coronavirus: HC extends date of interim orders by it & lower courts till mid-May due to restrictions
A special bench, headed by Chief Justice D N Patel, took suo motu (on its own) cognisance of the "extraordinary circumstances" -- wherein courts in the national capital have limited their functioning to only extremely urgent matters since March 16 and the central government has ordered a lockdown for 21 days from March 25.
No security cover, SC’s Justice S Ravindra Bhatt hands over food to migrants on roads
Justice S Ravindra Bhatt was seen personally handing over food packets on Sunday to some of the fleeing migrants on one of Delhi’s roads.
AgustaWestland: Christian Michel moves HC for interim bail citing coronavirus risk in jail
Christian Michel James, 59, claimed that his health condition was critical and incompatible with the current prison status, especially to cope with the risk of contracting the COVID-19 infection which could have a lethal effect on him as he is already suffering from serious pathologies. The plea further cited the PM's speech declaring a nation wide 21-day lockdown on March 24.
Coronavirus: Delhi HC directs MEA to ensure safety of Indian students stranded in Kazakhstan
The Delhi High Court Wednesday directed the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to ensure welfare and safety of Indian students stranded at Almaty Airport in Kazakhstan for the past 2-3 days without food and medical aid due to Coronavirus pandemic.
Delhi High Court dismisses Bina Modi’s plea in favour of Lalit Modi
With this order, now the arbitration in Singapore can’t stay. However, Bina Modi and her two children have the option to challenge the ruling in the division bench in the Delhi High Court. The dispute has to be resolved in the Indian courts.
Plea in Delhi High Court claims Hindus are minorities in various states, but denied minority rights
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar issued notice to the ministries of Home Affairs, Law and Justice and Minority Affairs, seeking their stand on the plea which wants the Centre to define the word ''minority'' and frame guidelines for their identification at the state level.
Delhi High Court CJ Patel’s bench gives police a month to decide on hate speeches
Delhi High Court Chief Justice DN Patel allowed Delhi Police a month to take a call on the legal course to follow to deal with hate speeches that were slammed as “ex facie” inflammatory and violated Section 153A of the IPC which makes attempt to create disharmony between religious groups a crime by a two-judge bench led by Justice S Muralidhar.
COVID-19: Will grant special parole to convicts to decongest prisons, Delhi govt tells HC
The AAP government told the Delhi High Court on Monday that it has decided to decongest its prisons to check the spread of coronavirus by providing convicts with the options of special parole and furlough.
Delhi High Court directs CBSE to take a call over board exams in violence-hit Chandu Nagar
The court observed that prima facie it appears that exams cannot be held in Chandu Nagar area given the inputs provided by the SHO and said that the CBSE should keep this factor in mind while taking any decision in the matter.
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