Justice Prateek Jalan reprimanded the University on the stand taken by it in its affidavit that a candidate could even have submitted her “CW category” incorrectly, and would have given an opportunity to rectify the defects, upon verification.
The Delhi High Court on Monday asked the Delhi Government to consider a plea seeking directions to the government to order schools to not grant admissions for 2020-21 in nursery education amid the Covid-19 outbreak, as a representation.
The Delhi High Court has directed the Bar Council of India to release the Standard Operating Procedure for the conduct of the All India Bar Examination through physical mode which is scheduled on January 24.
The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice on a public interest litigation for the release of undertrial prisoners who have undergone custody for more than half their maximum sentence for crimes they are being tried for, by implementing Section 436A of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).
A divisional bench comprising the Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan while hearing the Public Interest Litigation through video conferencing noted that the petitioner have not approached the authorities with regards to the issue.
A divisional bench comprising Chief Justice D.N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan has issued notice where the petition stated that "Gambling leads individuals to depravity, and makes them gamble with their fortunes as a result of which a large number of persons face financial, economic and family crises."
A bench of the Chief Justice D.N Patel & Justice Prateek Jalan has said that the petition has been filed without doing any homework and the details on the which the petitioner relied have not been indicated.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought the Delhi Government's response on a plea seeking direction to conduct virtual court hearings in Delhi School Tribunal and to provide the necessary facility to initiate the same.
The Bench of Chief Justice D. N. Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan, Delhi High Court today heard a PIL to hold institutions like the Reserve Bank of India and companies like Google Pay accountable for facilitating financial transactions without the requisite authorisation from RBI.
Keeping in view the rising number of Covid-19 cases, following which, the financial crisis being faced by the lawyers due to the closing of District Courts, the MPHCBA has decided to give ration to financially poor lawyers