Deeksha Singh

Amendment Allowed by Delhi HC in the Statement of Defense in the Case of Equitable Set-Off

Here the Delhi High Court permits to make certain amendments in the Statement of Defense with a matter concerning Equitable Set-Off through looking at precedents.

Delhi HC: Retention of Dishonest Government Employee Will Send Wrong Signals

Retention of dishonest government employee, who kept smuggled gold in his possession and for such seizure, and did not make any reports to his superiors will send wrong signals.

Delhi High Court Dismisses Petition in Interim Maintenance Matter After Finding No Proof for Interference

In the case of Amit Dhiman v Boski Dhiman, Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri found no ground to interfere in order passed by the family court regarding maintenance and dismissed the petition in absence of proof that showed respondent was...

Delhi HC Allows Pension to Non-Commissioned Defense Officers on Pro-Rata Basis

In the case of Brijlal Kumar and ors. v. UOI and ors., Justice Asha Menon and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw ruled that officers of defense forces who are non-commissioned are entitled to pro-rata pension, which was only given to commissioned...

Delhi HC Refuses to Take Legal Action, States False Complaint u/s 376 of IPC

In the case of Jaskaran Singh Arora v State, NCT of Delhi and Anr., Justice Suresh Kumar Kait, the court decided not to take any action against respondent 2 and referred to a similar case of Danish Ali v....

Delhi High Court Dismisses Appeal in a Case for Encashment of Bank Guarantees

In the case of United Constructions v UOI through dte. gen md accn project and anr. Justice Manmohan and Justice Sanjeev Narula held that no grounds were proven showing encashment of bank guarantees. Consequently, the present appeal was dismissed. Brief...

Delhi HC Saves Business, Quashes FIR Stating Unacceptability in Law

In the case of Ramesh Boghabhai Bhut v State and Anr., Justice Suresh Kumar Kait, quashed an FIR, accordingly allowing and disposing of the petition. Brief Facts The Petitioner, through a sole proprietorship, has been undertaking the business exporting fresh/dehydrated onions...

Delhi High Court Dismisses Plea for Change of Category From General to OBC-NCL

In the case of Sushma Ambati v. Ministry of Education and Another, Mr. Justice Jayant Nath, dismissed the petition stating that there was no merit to be found Petitioner’s plea for changing of category. Brief facts The petitioner desired directions, that...

Delhi HC Quashed Impugned Order and Directed to Award the Equivalence Certificate if Everything Found Is in Order

In the case of Anubandha Anand v Union of India, Mr. Justice Jayant Nath, quashed the impugned communication dated 14.10.2019 issued by Respondent No. 2 and was directed to process application of petitioner expeditiously. Brief facts The petitioner passed out his...

UK High Court Quashed Fir Filed against Journalist Umesh Sharma

  In the case of Umesh Kumar Sharma Vs State of Uttarakhand and another, Mr. Justice Maithani directed CBI to file FIR on the basis of para 8 of the petition in WP CRL no. 1187 of 2020, a case...

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Petition Filed in Delhi High Court Challenging the New Privacy Policy of WhatsApp

A petition has been raised before the Delhi High Court challenging the updated privacy policy of the instant messaging app, WhatsApp. It is accused of looking into the virtual activities of the users,
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Bombay High Court Says Pleas Against the Rejection of Nomination Before the Polls Is Not Maintainable

Bombay High Court on Wednesday held that a candidate cannot challenge his nomination by filing a writ petition before a court prior to the polls after his nominations have already been rejected by the Returning Officer (RO) for the Panchayat elections of January 15.

Bombay HC: It Will Be Difficult if Civic Bodies Don’t Take Action on Illegal Constructions

The Bombay High Court said on Wednesday that if the Municipal Corporations do not take action on the illegal constructions, things will become very difficult. This observation was made by a bench comprising Chief Justice Dipankar Dutta and Justice Girish Kulkarni while hearing a PIL after the Bhiwandi building collapse on September 21st, 2020 which led to the death of 39 lives. Mumbai Thane, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan-Dombivli, Vasai-Virar, Navi Mumbai, and Bhiwandi-Nizampur corporations were filed as respondents.

Uttarakhand High Court Directed State Authorities To Frame SOP Regarding Kumbh Mela 2021

Noticing the commencement date of Kumbh Mela 2021 amid pandemic from 27 February 2021, the Uttarakhand High Court on Monday expressed concern with regard to organizing and conducting of the Mela and directed State Authorities to discuss and resolve the logistical problems which can come in organizing the Mela during the pandemic time.

Writ Petition Not Maintainable Against Mahindra Finance, Being a Purely Private Body: Allahabad High Court

The Allahabad High Court reiterated that Writ Petition against the purely private body is not maintainable and dismissed the petition which was filed against Mahindra Finance Bank as Arif Khan v. Branch Manager Mahindra Finance Sultanpur & Another.