Delhi HC to pronounce order on Disha Ravi’s bail on Tuesday

New Delhi, Feb 20: This was not just a toolkit. The real plan was to defame defame India and create unrest here, the Delhi Police told the High Court while opposing the bail plea filed by Disha Ravi. Disha Ravi deleted WhatsApp chats and was aware of the legal actions.

This shows there was a sinister design behind the toolkit, the Delhi Police also said. She was part of the Indian chapter of the global conspiracy to defame India and create unrest under the garb of the farmers’ protest, the police also said. 

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AgustaWestland: Delhi HC bars ex-IAF chief Tyagi from traveling abroad ml

tyagiFormer IAF chief, S P Tyagi will not be able to travel abroad following a Delhi High Court order. The court has stayed an order of the trial court which allowed S P Tyagi an accused in the AgustaWestland VVIP chopper scam to travel to Indonesia. Justice I S Mehta agreed to the contention of the CBI that the former 71-year-old air force chief, who is on bail, may tamper with the ongoing investigation in the case.

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‘Tone down,’ Delhi HC tells Arnab Goswami on Tharoor’s defamation plea

Arnab Goswami Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice to journalist Arnab Goswami and his newly-launched news channel Republic TV following a defamation plea filed by Congress leader Shashi Tharoor. ” Bring down the rhetoric. You can put out your story, you can put out the facts. You cannot call him names. That is uncalled for,” Justice Manmohan observed.

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When Delhi HC decided to define what a sandal is!

sandalsThe Delhi high court has passed a unique order in which it chose to clarify that a woman’s footwear without a back strap is a sandal and not a chappal.
The court was hearing the contention of the government which had argued a woman’s footwear without a back strap is a chappal and not a sandal.

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SC rejects plea to restrain Delhi HC from giving verdict on AAP-centre tussle

New Delhi, Junly 8: The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a plea filed by the Aam Admi Party which sought to restrain the Delhi High Court from passing an order on its disputes with the centre.
The Bench observed, ” you went to the High Court for a decision and now you don.t want it to decide.

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You are safe in the JNU because of the Indian army: Delhi HC tells Kanhaiya Kumar

kanaihya kumarNew Delhi, Mar 3: The Delhi High Court which granted conditional bail of six months to JNU student leader, Kanhaiya Kumar yesterday had plenty of observations in an order that ran into around 27 pages.
The remarks or observations made by Justice Prathibha Rani who heard the bail plea are extremely interesting in nature.
Observations such as, ” you can sit in the comfort of JNU because there are soldiers defending the country in tough conditions are part of this order.

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