Category: High Court

Delhi High Court Stays Eviction Notice To Top Artists From Centre’s Allotted Accommodation

Source:- New Delhi: Delhi High Court on Friday stayed an eviction notice, issued by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, directing three eminent artistes to vacate government-allotted accommodations.The artists, including two Padma Shri awardees, stated in their plea against the notice that the accommodation was granted to them for their extraordinary contribution in the

Allahabad High Court reprimands Jail authorities who refused to release man for missing middle name “Kumar” in the bail order

Source:- Jail authorities of district jail at Siddharth Nagar in Uttar Pradesh who refused to release a man for 8 months because of missing middle name “Kumar” in the bail order, attracted the ire of Allahabad High Court which berated the “reprehensible conduct” of the jail superintendent. In an order passed on December 7, the

Trump campaign will again ask U.S. high court to upend election results

Source:- (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s campaign said on Sunday it would again ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn results from the Nov. 3 election, its latest long-shot effort to subvert the electoral process and sow doubt over the legitimacy of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. In a statement issued by the campaign, Trump lawyer

Supreme Court rejects UP plea against Kafeel Khan’s release after detention under NSA

Source:- The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed an appeal by the Uttar Pradesh government that sought to overturn a Allahabad high court order releasing Dr Kafeel Khan from detention under the stringent National Security Act (NSA), but observed that the criminal cases against Khan will be decided on merits without being influenced by the observations

Election of 10 Rajya Sabha MPs challenged in Allahabad High Court

Source:- LUCKNOW: The election of 10 newly elected Rajya Sabha MPs was challenged before the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court on Monday. The petition was moved by businessman Prakash Bajaj, who was supported by the Samajwadi Party in the elections. The petitioner’s lawyer, Vivek Kumar Singh, said the returning officer had wrongly rejected

Delhi HC slams CBSE for ‘anti-student attitude’, treating students as enemies

Source:- NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Monday rapped the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for its “anti-student attitude”, saying it was “treating students as enemies” by dragging them all the way to the Supreme Court in certain matters. A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan made the

Bombay High Court seeks to know stand of other democracies on offensive social media posts

Source:- The Bombay High Court on Tuesday sought to know what stand democracies across the world take about offensive tweets or posts on social media, PTI reported. The High Court was hearing the final arguments on a plea filed by Mumbai resident Sunaina Holey, who was booked for allegedly posting offensive tweets against Maharashtra Chief

List defamation cases involving legislators on top priority: Madras High Court [Read order]

Source:- The Madras High Court recently directed that defamation cases pending before it involving MPs/MLAs/ legislators should be listed on top priority. The order was issued as part of its efforts to monitor the expeditious disposal of cases registered against legislators in line with the Supreme Court’s directives on the same. The Supreme Court had