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Delhi HC asks government to release Rs 10 cr to DSLSA

The Delhi High Court on Thursday asked the AAP government to immediately release Rs 10 crore to the Delhi State Legal Service Authority (DSLSA), after the latter said at least 308 cases to provide compensation to rape victims were pending.DSLSA, which ... Prokerala, 2 weeks ago

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Delhi Court sentences man who kidnapped 7-year old girl to three years jail

The court asked the Delhi State Legal Services Authority to pay Rs 1 lakh to the victim as the convict was incapable of paying any compensation.
 DNA3 weeks ago Court sends 55-yr-old man to jail for kidnapping 7-yr-old girl  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Legal Assistance Establishments will provide access of justice, says Supreme Court judge

Supreme Court Judge, Justice Misra today inaugurated the first Legal Assistance Establishment in Delhi State Legal Services Authority at Patiala House Courts Complex.
 India Today6 days ago Don't need money, but more courts  DNA2 months ago

Staffers' ignorance ruins waste management

Earlier this year, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) had directed all Delhi government hospitals and dispensaries, and other healthcare facilities, to display on their websites and notice boards, the rules for management of biomedical waste ...
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Justice Leila Seth, 1st woman CJ of HC dies; donates organs, PM condoles demise

Leila Seth died the way she lived -- in the service of people. The first woman chief justice of a high court in India and author Vikram Seth's mother, donated her organs before her death, her family said. Seth was 86. "She died of a cardiac seizure last ...
 DNA2 weeks ago Justice Leila Seth, 1st woman Delhi HC judge, passes away  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Uber Issues: Why Uber can't use Greyball technology in India

Ride services company Uber Technologies Inc for years has used a secret tool to avoid authorities in markets where its service faced resistance by law enforcement or was banned, the company confirmed on Friday. The New York Times first reported the existence ...
 DNA2 months ago

CBI raids Chidambaram, son over 'favours' to Peter, Indrani Mukerjea

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday carried out searches at several places linked to former Union minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti over alleged favours granted in foreign investment clearance to a firm, INX Media, in 2007.
 Sify1 week ago

Doctors indicted in sexual crimes deserve to be barred: HC

Doctors, indicted for sexual misconduct, deserve to be caught and barred from practicing, the Delhi High Court said today. The high court made the observation while issuing notice to an Indian-origin doctor, who was barred from practising by a US court in ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Centre won't approach ICJ in Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition which demanded that the Centre take up the matter of Kulbhushan Jadhav — who has been awarded the death sentence on charges of spying by a court in Pakistan — in the International Court of ...
 DNA1 month ago Congress attacks Centre over Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence in Pakistan  Sify1 month ago UPDATE 1-Pakistani court sentences accused Indian spy to death  Sify1 month ago Indian co faces HC ire for infringing Bridgestone trademark  Business Standard1 month ago

Paralegal volunteers doing 'super divine duty': CJI

New Delhi: Chief Justice of India, Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar on Saturday expressed appreciation for the "super divine duty" of paralegal volunteers towards many poor, helpless, and deprived people who are the "main clients of the Indian judicial system".
 Sify3 weeks ago
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