Delhi High Court asks Center to explain its stand on plea for free treatment at AIIMS. Delhi High Court has sought response from the central government, Delhi government and AIIMS on a plea filed by a rickshaw puller who wants free treatment for his 7 year old son – a victim of Gaucher’s disease.
Final version of “Delhi Witness Protection Scheme” presented before Delhi High Court. In order to ensure safety and security of witnesses, the city government has presented before the Delhi High Court its final version of the “Delhi Witness Protection Scheme”.
Adultery can be a reason for granting divorce, says Bombay High Court. The Bombay High Court on Monday upheld a family court verdict granting divorce to a man whose wife failed to produce proof that her second child was the husband’s biological son. The court’s decision came after it had noted how the wife refused to go through a DNA test.
Supreme Court asks for response from DoT on child pornography. The Supreme Court of India has issued a notice to the Department of Telecom (DoT), seeking a response on how it plans to block porn websites, especially those that promote child sex abuse.
Supreme Court rejects plea to review verdict on convicts in election. In a major setback for the government, the Supreme Court of India on Tuesday dismissed its plea to review an earlier verdict holding that jailbirds can not contest elections during their incarceration.
Police must register FIR in cognizable offence, says Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of India on Tuesday ruled that it’s mandatory for police to register FIR whenever a complainant approaches it to report a cognizable offence.
CIC ordered to decide RTI complaints on merit. The Delhi High Court has ruled that the CIC is obligatory to decide RTI complaints on merit, and cannot just leave the disposal of individual complaints on the concerned public authority.
Make compassion hiring on merit basis, says Madras High Court. The Madras HC has ruled that all compassionate recruitment must be based on the qualification
Shocked by Gauhati High Court’s verdict that labeled the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as an unconstitutional body, the Government of India on Friday confirmed that it is in filing an appeal against the controversial judgment with far reaching impact.
In a bid to encourage young officers work without fear or favor, the Supreme Court of India has asked the High Courts to ensure that all judicial officers, particularly lady officers are provided adequate shield against a hostile working environment.