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Delhi High Court

Indirect effect of provision denies a woman the right to prosecute for what is rape otherwise: Amicus Rao says in Delhi High Court

Reiterating that the core issue involved is that the consent of a woman or a wife is relevant in law but gets legally obfuscated when a woman wants to prosecute her husband for rape, Amicus Curiae Se...

Delhi HC refuses to quash FIR in rape case over accused marrying the complainant

The complainant herself appeared before Delhi High Court bench and contended that they have solemnized their marriage and they are living a happy life with one another, for the reason she wants the FIR to be quashed. 

Cannot forbid businessman from travelling overseas just for having bank account abroad: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Thursday held that that a mere suspicion of a person having opened a bank account in any other country or investing  in a foreign country cannot be a ground to forbid him to travel abroad.

Delhi HC takes Delhi govt to task for not setting up Covid centre in Jawaharlal Nehru University

The Delhi High Court on Thursday expressed its displeasure over the inaction of Delhi Government to set up Covid-19 centre in the JNU Campus. The bench was hearing the plea filed by the Students ...

Consent primary even among married couples: Amicus Curiae argues in Delhi High Court in plea seeking criminalization of marital rape

The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked whether in the absence of any provision to enable a married woman to prosecute her husband for forceful sexual intercourse without her consent in itself is suff...

Former Maharashtra minister Anil Deshmukh withdraws plea after Delhi HC says CBI will act independently

The Delhi High Court on Thursday said the Central Bureau of Investigation's will not be impacted by remarks made by the trial court against former Maharashtra home minister Anil Deshmukh in which the court had ordered further investigation by the CBI.

Criminalization of marital rape: Delhi High Court appoints Senior Advocate Rebecca John to assist it

Delhi High Court division bench is hearing a batch of petitions challenging the exception to Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, to the extent that it excludes sexual intercourse by a man with his own wife, the wife being above fifteen years of age, from the offence of rape. 

Delhi High Court says removing exception to marital rape in law needs serious consideration

The Delhi High Court has observed that there is no question of penalising marital rape but the question is whether the exception provided in Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code is unconstitutional. ...

Delhi HC says it’s a father’s duty to maintain his daughters, contribute to education, wedding

The Delhi High Court has recently ruled that it is a father’s duty to maintain his daughters and take responsibility of their education as well as their marriage irrespective of the fact that the daughters employed and earning well and have attained majority.

Centre to Delhi High Court: Parliament to decide policy on Uniform Civil Code, not courts

The Central government has said the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is a policy matter for the legislature to decide on. The government said that no direction in this regard can be issued by the court. R...

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