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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) challenges the Congress and the BJP to disclose the sources from whom they are getting more than 80% of their funds being spent in the Lok Sabha election campaign. AAP lamented that the silence of these two
Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday challenged Congress and BJP to disclose the names of people from whom they have got more than 80 per cent of their funds being spent in the Lok Sabha election campaign. The silence of these two parties on the Delhi High
The Delhi High Court Friday restrained Shia Muslim group Anjuman-e-Haideri from holding protest at the Karbala in south Delhi March 31 in a dispute over a piece of land which is currently housing two nurseries. Justice Manmohan said a protest can be
In a landmark judgment, Delhi High Court today held major National political parties BJP and Congress guilty of taking foreign funding and violating the provisions of FCRA and directed the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and Election Commission
IST Share More AAP will favour decriminalisation of homosexuality in its much-awaited manifesto for the Lok Sabha polls, party sources said. In a significant championing of gender justice and gay rights, the 16-month-old Aam Admi Party (AAP) will
This seems to be a question of such significance that a retired judge was on Saturday appointed umpire to determine the correct answer. Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) asked retired Delhi High Court judge Justice Rekha Sharma to be an arbitrator
The Battery Rickshaw Welfare Association, representing operators and manufacturers of battery operated e-rickshaws, in its application has sought to be made a party saying they would be affected by the outcome of the petition. The application which
A special bench of Justice Ranjana Prakash Desai and Justice Shiva Kirti Singh stayed the execution of the death sentence till March 31. The court directed the registry to communicate its stay order forthwith. It also directed the registry to place
The Supreme Court on Saturday stayed till March 31 the execution of death penalty of two of the four convicts in the December 16 gangrape and murder case, a couple of days after the Delhi High Court upheld their punishment awarded by the trial court.
Bench points to "brutality of the crime and the grotesque and diabolical way it was committed" The Delhi High Court on Thursday upheld the death sentence of all four convicts in the December 16, 2012, gang-rape and murder of a physiotherapy student.