Deeksha Singh

Punjab & Haryana High Court to Government: State Reason for Reinstating Officials with Criminal Cases Filed against Them

  In the case of Surjit Singh v State of Punjab and Others, Mr. Justice Anupinder Singh Grewal, ordered Addl. Chief Secretary, Department of Home Affairs and Justice, Punjab, to set out all details of FIRs registered against the serving police...

Delhi High Court Sets Aside Trial Court’s Impugned Order: Directs to Issue Summons

  In the case of Paras ram v. Surender Singh and Ors., Mr. Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva allowed the petition, set aside the trial Courts’ impugned order and directed the trial court to issue summons to the respondents and take a...

Delhi High Court Sets Aside the Order of the Trial Court in the Chief Secretary Assault Case

In the case of Mr. Arvind Kejriwal & Anr. V. State NCT of Delhi, Mr.Justice Suresh Kumar Kait has set aside the 24.07.2019 Order of the Trial Court wherein the court did not allow access to crucial documents in...

Delhi High Court Holds Petition Non-Maintainable While Allowing for Redressal Through CAT

In the case of  Arun Kumar v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Anr., Justice Pratibha M. Singh held that the present petition, along with all pending applications, was disposed of as they are not maintainable, with the liberty...

Delhi High Court Quashes FIR in a Separation Case After Parties Settle Dispute

In the case of  Vinay Saini & Ors. v. State (Govt.of NCT Delhi) & Anr., Justice Suresh Kumar Kait quashed the FIR as no useful purpose would have been served in prosecuting petitioners any further.   Brief Facts of the Case Petitioner...

Delhi High Court States that Interim Protection will Prevail till Trial Court Hears the Case

In the case of R. K. Yadav v. Delhi Development Authority, Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva directed that till a trial court takes up the petitioner’s application into consideration, the interim protection granted to the petitioner shall operate. Accordingly, the petition...

Delhi High Court Dismisses Petitions Challenging Detention Order Under COFEPOSA Act 

In the case of Mohd Nashruddin Khan vs Union Of India & Ors, the relief sought by each of the petitioners was to seek quashing of the Writ Petition (CRL). Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Rajnish Bhatnagar dismissed these...

Delhi HC Disposes of Petition Against ICD, Orders To Release Confiscated Goods If Petitioner Complies With Conditions Laid

In the case of Great India Trading & other v. Principal Commissioner of Customs ICD Patparganj Delhi & Anr. it was directed by the Hon’ble Chief Justice, Mr Justice Prateek Jalan, that the petitioner shall comply with respondent authority...

Delhi HC Directs Respondent to Treat Writ Petition as an Objection under Rule 159(5) of CGST Rules

In the case of Neutron Steel Trading v The Commissioner CGST, Central Ex Commissionerate, Delhi west and Ors., Mr Manmohan J. and Mr Sanjeev Narula J. directed the respondent to treat current writ petition as an objection under Rule...

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