The Delhi High Court on Tuesday has asked Centre to treat plea as a representation seeking enactment of laws and guidelines regulating the conduct of private detectives and their agencies in the country.
Delhi High Court issued notice seeking response from the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board upon a plea by a man who is aggrieved by the fact that the DUSIB dispossessed him from his ‘jhuggi’ in the year 2012, without providing alternative residential accommodation, and posted it for November 8, 2021.
The mere fact that a petitioner girl is not of marriageable age would not deprive her of her fundamental right, noted the Punjab and Haryana High Court, while hearing a criminal writ petition filed by a minor girl
The Jammu & Kashmir High Court division bench while hearing a criminal appeal said that the request of an Investigating officer for extension of time can not be a substitute for the report of the public prosecutor under the provisions of Section 43D (2)(b) of the UAPA Act.
They have already made a statement that till the personal Data Protection Bill is finalised, they are not going to transfer. How many times they have to make a statement, when they already made it once? There is no need to make every time a new statement or same statement again and again: Delhi HC
The Delhi Court has issued guidelines on declaring an absconding accused as a proclaimed offender. It observed that declaring a person as a proclaimed offender affects his life and liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution and a due process of law must be followed in this regard.
It was averred in the Delhi High Court that the CBSE Board has not yet modified its arbitrary policy of moderation of marks for Class X students based on previous performance, which is in violation of Article 21 of the Constitution.