Tag: Delhi High Court

Nirbhaya Convicts Have A Week To Exhaust Legal Options Against Hanging.

Source:- ndtv.com Vinay Sharma, Pawan Gupta, Mukesh Singh and Akshay Singh – convicted for the shocking gang-rape and murder of a 23-year-old paramedical student dubbed Nirbhaya by the media in Delhi in 2012 – were to be executed on February 1. New Delhi: The convicts in the Nirbhaya case will get one week to finish

Nirbhaya’s parents urge Delhi High Court to speed up convicts’ executions.

Source:- orissapost.com New Delhi: Nirbhaya’s parents urged Tuesday the Delhi High Court to expeditiously decide the Centre’s plea challenging stay on execution of the four convicts in the case of their daughter’s gangrape and murder. Advocate Jitendra Jha, representing the parents of Nirbhaya said he mentioned the matter before the court for early disposal of

Delhi High Court to rule on rapists’ delay tactics.

Source:- deccanchronicle.com NEW DELHI: The four convicts in the Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case are “trying the patience of the nation,” the Centre told the Delhi High Court on Sunday, challenging the trial court’s order staying their execution. The court, which was giving a rare Sunday hearing to the matter, has reserved its order. Nirbhaya’s

Nirbhaya Case: Experts Say Centre’s Demand For Individual Hangings Bad In Law.

Source:- outlookindia.com The Centre on Februrary 1 moved the Delhi High Court for immediate execution of the death convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape and murder case. It argued that individual hangings were possible. Presently, all four convicts have been delaying their executions by taking advantage of the death law. The court has scheduled the hearing

High Court notice to to Centre, Delhi govt over New Pension Scheme.

Source:- tkbsen.in New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to the Centre and the Delhi Government on a petition filed by Delhi Judicial Service Association challenging the new pension scheme (NPS) for the judges in the national capital. Justice A K Chawla issued the notices on the petition filed by Delhi

Delhi: Auto driver fined Rs 10,000 for ‘I love Kejriwal’ poster, High Court issues notice to police.

Source:- scroll.in The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought the response of the Aam Aadmi Party government, the police and the Election Commission after a petition challenged a Rs 10,000 fine levied on an auto-rickshaw driver for displaying an “I love Kejriwal” poster on his vehicle, PTI reported. The driver, identified as Rajesh, was penalised