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  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Mobile Company in Legal Row Over Endorsement

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Mobile Company in Legal Row Over Endorsement

    Dhoni has claimed that the endorsement agreement between him and the company had expired in December 2012 but Maxx was still using his name to sell its products and also not paying the dues. Delhi High Court on Thursday, ordered the mobile company no...

  • High Court Issues Notice to Makers of 'PK' for Alleged Plagiarism

    High Court Issues Notice to Makers of 'PK' for Alleged Plagiarism

    The Delhi High Court issued a notice today to the producers and directors of Aamir Khan starrer 'PK' on a novelist's plea accusing the makers of the movie of plagiarising certain portions from his Hindi book 'Farishta' published in 2013.

  • Delhi High Court Allows Greenpeace Access to Foreign Funds

    Delhi High Court Allows Greenpeace Access to Foreign Funds

    The Delhi High Court has ordered that Greenpeace be allowed to receive and access funds from abroad, sidestepping government restrictions on its funding that was viewed as a move to tighten control over activist organisations.

  • Unblock Foreign Funds of Greenpeace India, Delhi High Court Tells Government

    Unblock Foreign Funds of Greenpeace India, Delhi High Court Tells Government

    The Delhi High Court today directed the government to "unblock" foreign contributions to the tune of Rs 1.87 crore received by controversial NGO 'Greenpeace' from its Amsterdam headquarters, saying the ministry showed "no material to restrict access"...

  • Homosexuality, History and Hypocrisy

    Homosexuality, History and Hypocrisy

    IS has thrown a man to his death for being gay.

  • JSPL Denies Allegation of False Statement Before Court

    JSPL Denies Allegation of False Statement Before Court

    Jindal Steel and Power Ltd on Sunday denied that it has made any false statement before the Delhi High Court over changing the end-use of two coal blocks in Odisha and Chhattisgarh which had been allotted to it.

  • Delhi's Pollution Will Put Children in Hospital, Warns Supreme Court

    Delhi's Pollution Will Put Children in Hospital, Warns Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court took up the issue of high levels of pollution in Delhi, saying if the situation did not change, children would be found only in hospitals.

  • Court Extends Stay on Maruti Suzuki Penalty Order

    Court Extends Stay on Maruti Suzuki Penalty Order

    On September 3 last year, MSI got relief when the High Court had given an interim stay to the fair trade watchdog's August 25, 2014 order till the final disposal of similar pleas before the Madras High Court, filed by car manufacturers Hyundai and Ni...

  • Court Bars Cipla From Selling Copy of Novartis Respiratory Drug

    Court Bars Cipla From Selling Copy of Novartis Respiratory Drug

    The Delhi High Court, however, said that Cipla could file for a compulsory license if Novartis was not able to meet the demand. If granted, that would in effect breaks patent rights, making a cheaper version of the drug possible.

  • Greenpeace Leader Stopped From Flying to London. So, Who Ordered That?

    Greenpeace Leader Stopped From Flying to London. So, Who Ordered That?

    Amid criticism of the government for allegedly trying to clamp down on activist groups who campaign against industrial projects, a senior member of Greenpeace in India was stopped on Sunday morning at the airport from traveling to London.

  • Greenpeace Activist Says 'Offloaded' at Delhi Airport

    Greenpeace Activist Says 'Offloaded' at Delhi Airport

    Delhi airport authorities barred a Greenpeace India member from boarding a flight to London on Sunday. Priya Pillai, who works as a senior campaigner with the international environmental group, says she had a valid business visa to the UK but the off...

  • Man Acquitted of Trying to Kill Father-in-Law

    Man Acquitted of Trying to Kill Father-in-Law

    The Delhi High Court has acquitted a man accused of trying to kill his father-in-law, saying the case presented by the prosecution remained in the realm of suspicion and cannot be taken as proof.

  • Greenpeace Employee Says 'Offloaded' at Delhi Airport

    Greenpeace Employee Says 'Offloaded' at Delhi Airport

    Delhi airport authorities barred a Greenpeace India staff member on Sunday from flying out of India despite holding a valid visa, a move the campaign group described as "bullying" by the government.

  • Court Order Restraining Drug Sale Disappointing: Cipla

    Court Order Restraining Drug Sale Disappointing: Cipla

    Cipla has expressed disappointment over a Delhi High Court order restraining the drug maker from manufacturing and selling any medicine containing 'Indacaterol', saying that the interim verdict would deny patients access to the drugs they need.

  • Cipla Restrained From Selling Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Treatment Drug

    Cipla Restrained From Selling Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Treatment Drug

    The Delhi High Court on Friday temporarily restrained Cipla from manufacturing, importing or selling any drug containing the chemical Indacaterol which is used for treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) till it obtains a compulsory...

  • Nido Tania Case: Victim's Father Moves High Court Over Dropped Charges

    Nido Tania Case: Victim's Father Moves High Court Over Dropped Charges

    A Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh and father of Nido Tania, a youth who died early last year after he was allegedly beaten up by some men in New Delhi, has moved the Delhi High Court against the trial court's decision to drop the charges under th...

  • Nothing Wrong in PK, Says Delhi High Court

    Nothing Wrong in PK, Says Delhi High Court

    The Delhi High Court dismissed a PIL filed against PK saying that "the film was not offensive"

  • Delhi High Court Pulls Up City Government Over Gramin Sewa Autos in Capital

    Delhi High Court Pulls Up City Government Over Gramin Sewa Autos in Capital

    Delhi High Court today pulled up the city government for filing incomplete reply on the status of Gramin Sewa autos plying in the national capital.

  • Nothing Wrong in 'PK', Says Delhi High Court, Dismisses Plea

    Nothing Wrong in 'PK', Says Delhi High Court, Dismisses Plea

    The Delhi High Court today dismissed a PIL filed against Raj Kumar Hirani directed and Aamir Khan starrer film "PK", saying "the film was not offensive".

  • High Court Asks Delhi Government to Respond to AAP's Posters Removal Plea

    High Court Asks Delhi Government to Respond to AAP's Posters Removal Plea

    The Delhi High Court today asked the Delhi Government to respond to a plea filed by the Aam Aadmi Party challenging the move of removing the party's posters from houses of people willing to put them up.

  • High Court Refuses to Interfere in Sarita Devi's Ban

    High Court Refuses to Interfere in Sarita Devi's Ban

    The Delhi High Court declined to interfere in the one-year ban imposed on boxer Sarita Devi by the International Boxing Association and the refusal of Boxing India to appeal against it.

  • Agra to Make World Heritage Sites Polythene Free

    Agra to Make World Heritage Sites Polythene Free

    The Agra Municipal Corporation will, for yet another time, launch a campaign to ban the use of polythene bags in the city, specially at World Heritage sites, from the New Year.

  • Jessica Lall Killer Manu Sharma to Leave Jail For Exams

    Jessica Lall Killer Manu Sharma to Leave Jail For Exams

    Siddharth Vashisht alias Manu Sharma, serving a life sentence for killing model Jessica Lall in 1999, was today granted parole for 30 days by the Delhi High Court so that he can appear for his post-graduation (PG) exams.

  • Court Relief for AAP's Somnath Bharti in Controversial Raid Targeting African Women

    Court Relief for AAP's Somnath Bharti in Controversial Raid Targeting African Women

    The Delhi High Court has set aside an order holding controversial former minister Somnath Bharti of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) guilty of racial prejudice because of a midnight raid that targeted African women.

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