Category: Delhi High Court

Provide inmates with items permissible under prison rules, nothing extra: Delhi High Court to prison officials.

Source – The Delhi High Court on Friday directed the AAP government and the prison authorities here to ensure that convicts and undertrials are provided only those items in jail which are permissible under the rules and “nothing extra”. The direction by a bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari

Delhi HC should not have made comments: SC

Source – The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that Delhi High Court was justified in examining the sealed-cover report submitted by the Enforcement Directorate while hearing the bail plea of P. Chidambaram on November 15 but it ought not to have made observations on the basis of the material submitted. Writing Wednesday’s judgment granting

Delhi High Court disposes of plea on delay in sanctions in JNU sedition case.

Source – Delhi High Court on Wednesday disposed of the public interest litigation (PIL) seeking directions to Delhi government for immediate grant of sanction to proceed with the trial against former Jawaharlal Nehru Unversity Students’ Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar and others in connection with a sedition case. A Division Bench headed by Chief Justice DN

Court directs DoT to pay BSNL, MTNL officers wages, arrears by December 5.

Source – NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court has on Friday directed the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to pay salaries and arrears to more than 500 officers of the Indian Telecommunication Services (ITS) working in Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) by December 5, 2019. “During the course of hearing, the learned ASG

Taken steps to check snatching, crime against women: Police to Delhi high court.

Source – New Delhi: The Delhi Police has informed the Delhi High Court that instructions have been given to all the deputy commissioners of police (DCPs) to brief and sensitise all police personnel to perform their duties with due diligence to check incidents of chain/mobile snatching and crimes against women. In affidavit filed on

Jessica Lal murder case: Delhi HC asks jail authorities to decide within a week convict’s parole plea.

Source – The Delhi High Court on Monday directed the jail authorities to decide in a week the plea of Jessica Lal murder convict Manu Sharma, who has spent about 17 years in jail, seeking eight-week parole to look after family needs. Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar was informed by the counsel for Sharma that his