A Delhi Court has directed the New Delhi-Delhi State Legal Services Authority (NDDLSA) to grant Rs 2.5 lakh interim compensation to family of a nine-year-old Dalit girl, who was allegedly raped and killed, after which her body was forcefully burnt by a priest and three others.
A Delhi Court has sentenced a 76-year-old temple priest to rigorous life imprisonment for raping two minor girls aged seven and nine years repeatedly, stating that the Court would be failing in its duty, if such predators are set free and allowed to circulate, endangering other children.
Bollywood singer & actor ‘Honey Singh’ (Hirdesh Singh) lands in trouble as a domestic violence case against him and his family members has been filed by his wife Ms. Shalini Talwar under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.
After being frustrated because of a delay in Justice, a litigant of Sharhtri Park area Rakesh allegedly broke the computers and smashed the dais of the Judge inside the courtroom of Delhi Karkardooma court.
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.
The Delhi court relied upon the observations in the bail order passed by the Delhi High Court in the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act case filed against three student activists -- Natasha Narwal, Devangana Kalita, and Asif Iqbal Tanha.
On 21 May, in State vs Tarun Tejpal, Goa additional sessions court judge Kshama M. Joshi upheld only one charge, that of Tarun Tejpal being in a position of control and dominance in relation to his rape accuser when he was editor-in-chief of Tehelka magazine.